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I came to this ER late last night with trouble breathing.
From the moment I walked in till the time I left I was treated professionally.
The doctor and the nurses were absolutely amazing in treating me and getting me the medication for my diagnosis, and making sure I was stable enough to go home.
They could see my daughter was scared, with everything going on, and they all made sure to make sure she was comfortable and understood everything.
And, I can’t forget, my nurse Stephanie, she definitely deserves and extra 5 stars for her bedside manor and her awesome sense of humor.
Thanks to the St. Luke’s Care Now and St. Luke’s Hospital Quakertown Emergency Department,
On Sunday August the 5th (2018) i visited the St. Luke’s Care Now.
I had during 6 days already a swollen leg.
At both departments they helped me directly, were very friendly and helpful.
After the visit at the Care Now they send me over to the St. Luke’s Hospital.
Because of the swollen leg they were afraid for thrombosis.
After several tests and an echo of the leg the diagnosis was NO thrombosis.
I left the hospital Very Happy (and reassured)!
Many thanks to ALL of Care Now and the Hospital Emergency Department(s).
Thanks / thanks / thanks – dank u allen zeer!
Met vriendelijke groet,
Jan Dubbeldam / Holland / Europa.
Went to the ER with chest pains, which was actually pneumonia. The nurses and doctors who helped me were all very kind and respectful. They saw me immediately and made sure I was comfortable. Everyone seemed to have a good sense of humor too which made the whole experience much lighter.
I took my wife, who has m.s., to the er for a fractured ankle. She didn't even receive enough pain medication to cover her until she could get to the family dr. let alone the orthopedic dr. I did discuss the issue with them and it didn't help. Now i know why people say to stay away from st. Lukes hospital.
The doctor was absolutely horrible and had no idea what was wrong with my arm or what to do since being pregnant. My nurse Stephanie was extremely helpful, sweet, and amazing at drawing blood! Wish the doctor was better at listening and trying to find a solution, instead of rushing me out with only an arm sling, but the nurse made the experience bearable.