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Had to take someone to the emergency room recently. There was virtually no wait. The staff was friendly and helpful and processed the patient quickly which resulted in immediate medical treatment. Was quite pleased with how quickly everything went. As a side note if you're ever desperate for a Thanksgiving day turkey take a ride to Staten Island Hospital's outside street parking spaces. You should be able to get one real easy.
My son had surgery there Last year on his lung Dr. Adam Lackey did the surgery great Doctor thank you
If the patient doesn't have a family member/friend to advocate for them at all times, they will be ignored. Even if they have someone, the staff moves slowly. Waited 4 hours to give a dehydrated patient fluids in their IV - and that was because we called the off-hours hotline at the Nalitt Center and had them call in the order because the doctor on the floor hadn't done it! Doc ordered a GI consult to get an NG tube - 48 hours to get a GI consult and only got that after getting administrators involved - only to find out that the resident didn't need it to order an NG tube! Then he wouldn't put it in because Nutrition hadn't indicated which formula to use - except the next morning we found out that they did, the doc just didn't read the notes! I could list so much more but I think I've said enough. Make sure if you have to go here, you don't go alone. Bring someone who doesn't mind pestering people for what is needed.
My son was born here
Best place for Turkey Sight seeing and minutes from the boardwalk & park
My mom was there for one week. This was the worst expirience in my life. I work in the medical field and to be honest the staff in general need to be more compasionate with the patient. Admission process and discharge where really bad. When a patient is going home, they need to address what the patient needs. Medications, vaccinations, teaching on new medications, etc. Not appoitments for follow up, just the number to make appoitment that when you try to make it whoever answered just keep transfer you from one extension to the other. Residents, a difeerent one every day and they do not have a clue of what's going on.