St Patrick Hospital

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500 W BROADWAY, MISSOULA, MT 59806 USA

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(406) 543-7271
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500 W BROADWAY, MISSOULA, MT 59806 USA

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Consumer feedback about St Patrick Hospital

Jennifer Seitz
Jennifer Seitz

2 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Its a 2 star review. This pertains to the mental health aspect. In their defense, I did begin to behave like Jack Nichols in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest". Way too many pharmaceuticals used and not much talking. Sleeping is good, drugged coma- bad. Luckily I was allowed to escape after 1 day but I have a feeling most do not. Perma-bedhead isn't a good look for me. Sadness is temporary while a permanent mark of "insanity" lasts a lifetime in the beast system. Just my .2 cents.

Bobbie Ketelhut
Bobbie Ketelhut

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Incredible staff, so caring and meaningful in their every thoughtful move. The icu nurses took care of the mourning family as much as the patient. Thank you!

Team Meads
Team Meads

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I have to express my heartfelt gratitude to the Doctors, Nurses, and staff at SAINT PATRICKS HOSPITAL. I experienced the worst day of my life loosing my mother and everyone was sooo compassionate taking care of the surviving family members as well as a peaceful passing. Thank you.

Geri
Geri

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I recently had neck surgery and was admitted into the pre-op area of the hospital. The intake personnel as well as the nurses in pre-op could not have been kinder, more considerate and knowledgable. Once in the recovery room I had another great nurse that was very attentive and did all that she could to assist in getting my pain under control. Post-op was no disappointment either. The nurse made sure I was comfortable, monitored my pain level and assisted me in getting ready to discharge to home, when I felt comfortable. I worked in a hospital for 20+ years prior to moving to MT and I have never been cared for by a team of professionals that truely had the needs of the patient as their primary goal.

Cat Trahan
Cat Trahan

1 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

You made the horrible hospital list..along with your abusive ER doctor.........
Doctor was kind of abusive and unconcerned . dishonest with me.. Intimidating... I have ptsd and he completely manipulated mlo and profiled. Nursing staff great and sympathetic.... I was traveling alone with my dog and injured my knee on a hike..this doctor had no compassion ...reminded me of what we hear from police today.."just doing my job" and nothing more..never asked about my mefical history. Im world traveled and mouthy..if he abused me just think what hes doing to patients who are afraid to speak up...Fire Doctor Gregory Hameed Kazemi.. Not conducive to good patient care.. Fire Gregory Kazemi......
You still allow this joke of a doctor to abuse patients... We see this across the country now and are compiling a list of hospitals and doctors like this who abuse patients and abuse their power...

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