St Vincent Clay Hospital Inc
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This is easily the most disrespectful hospital I have EVER been to in my entire life!!! Verbally abused by the doctor to the point I was inaudible while BAWLING at the treatment i received, the nurse witnessed and apologized for his behavior and I was so upset and embarrassed for crying in front of so many people I decided to leave. When I called later to get the doctors name, no one would give it to me and hung up on both me AND my mom even telling my mom that since she wasn't in the room to know what happened between him and I she shouldn't be upset. Hands down the WORST hospital. Learn from my mistake, ALWAYS AlWAYS bring someone with you in case something like what happened to me happens to you so you will have a witness.
Great services for the community.
They are the worst hospital ive been to in years have set for over 8 hours waiting on labs and x rays and finally see the dr. and he says everything looks ok bit still hurt like crazy this bandaid station needs to be shut down or new staff that knows what their doing the only reason it takes so long is so they can charge your insurance company big money its all about the money not the well being of the patient thats a fact so if you need to go to the hospital go to terre haute or bloomington at least you get quick service their.
If I could give NEGATIVE 5 stars I would in a heartbeat. I prefer not to write bad reviews but after 20+ years of experience with this hospital I cannot express how deeply our family and friends must insist that you avoid this place like the plague, seriously. Paramedics and other first responders have even told us to choose a different hospital, like Union in Terre Haute, no joke. For example, a few years back my wife went in for a UI tract infection with multiple kidney stones and was kept for 11 days, pumped full of meds and sent home with a hefty 90 day supply of Vicodin! Yet a couple years later, when I was 58 years young, I also went in for a confirmed kidney stone in agonizing pain and they immediately called security and treated me like a drug seeking addict, gave me a Toradol shot, ordered X-Rays, sonogram, blood panel, kept us waiting for 15 hours and discharged me with nothing but a screen funnel to catch the stone >to be tested at a different hospital
So far, I've had good experiences here. Wonderful lab technicians!