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I want to say a big thank you to the guys who worked on September 10 and helped my son to be born. dr.Erhard and nurse Moly and all those who worked on this day in the shift are very kind and helpful people. They did their job very well. Tomorrow, two months have passed since that day, and I and my baby feel great. Recovery after surgery went very quickly. Thank you so much for your job!
If, at all, you can either go to a different ER, or can wait till morning to make an appointment with a clinic - do so. It would be leagues faster than these guys, as well as safer, and likely more accurate.
I came in for my own sudden medical problem, and the entire experience was awful.
I had to be dropped off by my husband because he had to get back to his work, and there was no clear or easy to read signage about where to drop off emergency patients or where the entrance was. Their signs were very confusing and it took me about 5 minutes of aimlessly walking around to finally find the entrance.
Due to my PTSD, hospitals don' exactly make me feel safe, but I needed help that I was unsure could wait for my doctor at the time, but I kept that to myself.
They were quick to put me into their system and give me a wrist band, but I had to wait about an hour to be called from the waiting room. It was 10:40pm. The nurse did not bother asking me about any current health problems i have already, and no one after asked either. The more time I have to sit waiting, it triggers a panic attack and feel ill. I asked 3 different health "professionals" if my current medical problem was life threatening or if i could wait for my own primary care provider and they all told me their on duty doctor would have to look first.
The nurse was still friendly and said they will get me seen. I don't remember how much time passed before a friendly man came in from a different department to get something from the dresser in my room. He got a gown and blanket for me before leaving, as the nurse never gave me instructions.
It was nearly 12 and after discussing with my husband, we decided to check ourselves out and call my doctor in the morning. By the time I officially was self discharged, it was after 12:30, as discharge was slow.
The place was empty when i came in and empty when i left. I never saw anyone wash their hands or wear gloves. It all gave me very bad vibes and felt unsanitary to me. Luckily, i do have a care team and was able to talk with them first thing in the morning to get a quick phone consultation on my problem and set an emergency appointment to see me. I felt much better having someone competent explain how to care for myself until i am seen. Again, go somewhere else if you can. Speedy and safe care is /not/ the Swedish Edmonds Campus goal.
After reading the reviews here i am glad i left, as it seems i could have been kept waiting.
Guessing its a hit or miss with this place but I wouldnt take the risk if given the chance again. Swedish makes it very obvious they don’t care about your emergencies, don’t waste your time here. The only thing you’ll be doing is funding their boujee building instead of quality service.
Observed to see a Oncology professional talking to a Cancer patient in the lobby for others to hear... should be done in privacy...
They do not execute Benign Hematology well... they prefer Oncology practise...
If you have a Clotting Disorder...even travel out of state for an EXPERT ADVISE AND, TREATMENT...THEY REFUSED TO DO DISORDER TESTING AT SWEDISH EDMONDS CANCER INSTITUTE...
WILL BE GOING OUT OF STATE FOR PROPER MANAGEMENT...
FOR PATIENT WITHOUT CANCER...
SEEK OUT THE 'AMERICAN HEMATOLOGY ASSOCIATION'
TO FIND AN EXPERT IN BENIGN HEMATOLOGY... OR, TRAGEDY CAN OCCUR...
FIND THE DIAGNOSIS, TESTING, TREATMENT THAT YOU NEED...FOR THE SURGEON GENERAL HAS ENFORCED IN USA...THAT ALL DOCS AND NURSES, RECOGNIZED CLOTTING/ BLEEDING DISORDERS- An
American Epidemic by 2014...
( many community hemotologists , thrive in the Oncology markets... but, u want the Benign Hematologist...)
Ps: Harvard Medical School is projecting that approach in medical specialty- BENIGN HEMATOLOGY, WITHOUT ONCOLOGY DISCIPLINE...
The patients with good reviews im willing to bet their insurance is good with a high deductibles. I know because i have had great insurance and they treated me great all kinds of tests racked up charges right.ip to my deductible amount. But when i got molina they treated me like garbage and i mean garbage