Where to start... No Care, No worry, no urgency mixed with a few professionals, and non-professionals.
I had 4-5 really professional people, seemed higher paid than most. They did an outstanding perfect job.
Learned how to work the IV machine my self, out of necessity.
ER patient, showed me where the wheel chairs were, after the helpdesk had no care. Male intake nurse said, 'no she needs to walk up its more accurate!' deep breath, don't argue, even though she is at level 10 pain.
Managed to get stuck on 6th floor in a patient elevator, no clue why i'm allowed in a patient elevator to start.
Carpets too dirty for Stanley cleaners normal services.
Physically Broken clock.
ER bed was moved, the lady sent could not push bed, a family member had to. Upon moving bed, you realize floor has not been swept or cleaned in some time, paper, wrappers, and garbage from other patients all about the rooms floor.
Signs crossed out and replaced with Tape and Magic marker
Also no security, at all feel free to walk up to any room or floor u like, simply stop at the security desk if you need help in your adventure in terms of a room number. But, No ID or Photos required here.
so if this is the place for your loved one.