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I had three of my children in Tampa General. I would never choose a different hospital. Awesome staff from housekeeping to midwifes/doctors. Always felt taken care of. Thank you!
My 91 year old mom was admitted Sunday evening as was there through Tuesday afternoon. She was on the 6th Floor of the C Tower. When asked by one of the supervisors about the experience she said everyone was exceptionally helpful and caring. She couldn't single anyone out because everybody that interacted with her was excellent.
A year ago I wrote a review about the terrible service. Had to have surgery today and I have to say what an amazing turn around! It was really great service! Everyone took great care of me and communication was awesome!
A MATTER OF LIFE!!!!!
I went to Tampa General Hospital emergency service at 01/12/2019 with my son (2 years old)
He has had high fever for four days, no flue, no any more symptoms, just high fever.we tried Tylenol, Motrin but it didn’t work.
Dr.solution: use both medicine (Tylenol and Motrin) every 3 hours and She send us back home.
2 days later; we went to St. Joseph's Hospital emergency service with Same problem: just high fever.
Dr.solution: we can not send you home, we need to find reasons for high fever. You need to stay here!!!
LISTEN!!!!! YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENED!!!
ST.JOSEPH HOSPITAL FOUND INFLAMMATION IN HIS BRAIN !!!! Next Day!
If we went back to Tampa General Hospital,my baby would have suffered more and maybe ... We are still in hospital, I cried everyday for my son.
I’M STILL CRYING WHEN I WRITE THIS...
I was there with my son two days in a row in August 2018. My son was so, so very ill. He was running fevers of 106, vomiting and by the second time I took him back he was vomiting coffee ground type blood. I know the second day they did nothing beyond looking at him and taking a quick listen. I honestly can't remember if they did anything the first day beyond Motrin and Tylenol for the exceptionally high fever (maybe a urine culture too?)The first day I took him his eyes actually rolled back in his head and he went completely limp. Granted this was from the fever, it still was alarming to me and they treated it like no big deal. The doctor's that saw him both days made me feel like I was a crazy mom and wasting their time and resources. My son was only 21 months old and had never had any real illnesses other than a small child to this point. I took my son to the pediatrician the next day and they were alarmed at the "care" we received and sent us directly to St. Joe's upon seeing and evaluating him, even cautioning me about the potential need to call an ambulance for him. My son ended up having pneumonia which could have been caught two days earlier had they just done a simple chest x-ray and believing me that something was really wrong with my son. I will never, ever trust TGH with the care of either of my children ever again. It doesn't seem like they care for their patients at this facility any longer, which is horrifying as a parent. Not sure what changed.