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My grand-daughter had her first child at St. Peter's 3 days ago. I visited her daily, at different times, and was very impressed with the nursing and medical staffs. Also liked the high level of security surrounding the entire maternity floor. The environmental service staff keeps the patient rooms, restrooms, public areas immaculate. I was genuinely surprised at the level of friendliness throughout the entire staff, notably different from visits over a decade ago! I genuinely hope that these standards will remain in place and not be allowed to erode through time! Great Job!
Want to thank RN Desiree Anderson, & Nurse Tek Gale Banks for their exceptional care. Nurse Anderson, was incredibly professional, informative and attentive. Rarely do you find a nurse that encapsulates everything that a nurse should be. Gale is a ray of sunshine. She is accommodating and has the personality that makes you feel like you are at home as opposed to being in a hospital. It’s refreshing and relieving to experience such incredible care and it’s nice to know that nice people still exist.
Not happy, they treated her great in the beginning great team answered all questions,when it was time to go home everything checked out good according to the team. 8 hours later back in the hostipal with double pneumonia.if anything stand behind your work and the patient.
Update: I'm happy to report a new and excellent experience. The ER visit was efficient, pleasant, and very professional. Again this was a cardiac matter and the EKG and blood work were completed in the first 15 minutes. We were kept fully informed at all times. I felt pressured into an overnight stay, which may or may not have been necessary. Explanations for this contradicted themselves when I was finally admitted to the floor. (A blood test must be done in 6 hours, so you should stay. Nope, it was actually done in 3 hours, we could have waited in the ER. Observation copay: $200, ER copay $75, you be the judge.) When a bacterial illness began the next morning, a very nasty nurse made the inpatient experience even worse. (I'm looking at you A.)
Terrible, terrible ER experience. There is a huge difference between being admitted for Observation and being admitted as an Inpatient as far as your insurance coverage is concerned, as well as what they will pay for in FOLLOW UP CARE.My husband was diagnosed with Afib, required treatment and titration of medication. When registration wanted to admit him as "Observation" status, we said that was inappropriate. Then we got a FOUR HOUR RUN AROUND over whether this was a registration issue or a medical issue. The final 2 hours we were totally IGNORED.
My husband recently had left hip replacement surgery with Dr Fletcher. His surgery and stay on the sixth floor Orthopedics was great. Nurses and other staff members were great 😍. Especially like Day nurse Renee and tech Angel were very helpful. OT and PT staff very thorough and helpful!