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My wife has nerve problems. We have been to Newton hospital several times and we were hoping she didn’t have any problems while on vacation. Well unfortunately she did, we showed them the list of meds that help but nope. The nurse that worked on my wife smelled like she hadn’t had a shower in a week. She really smelled bad, how sterile could the ER be with someone who smells that bad. Dr. Duncan seemed very arrogant when I tried to explain what my wife’s Nerve/Pain Specialists had told us, even to the point of using profanity. Very unprofessional, I sure wouldn’t want this place to be my primary care facility.
Both Dr.'s Duncan and Hornback have truly worked small miracles for our little family! Super clean place filled full of very knowledgeable individuals. It can sometimes be difficult to find the right place to tend to ones health, but I trust my doctor (Duncan) fully and haven't had a doctor half as intelligent as he is in many years!
My real Dr. Is two hour South (Cass County Memorial Hospital). They have maybe two decent Dr.'s in Lake City.
I would suggest you go there in an emergency, but transfer to Carroll or Fort Dodge (tops in heart care) as soon as practical. Truth its just hard to handle major issues in a rural hospital.
My Mother was treated well at her end of life here at SMCH ( she was diagnosed with ALS). The nurses transferred us to a big room to accommodate all our family as we said goodbye. The provided us with drink and snacks and helped us with anything we needed.
Fantastic ER staff and service. Love the small town care!