Literally the worst hospital experience I have ever endured, which is scary since this place supposedly has the best ratings in comparison to surrounding facilities. I went in to the ER in pretty severe discomfort and pain, and immediately was met by the triage nurse with a "What can you possibly want" attitude. Once he saw how uncomfortable I was from the pain, he put me in a room where I was then met by the physician, who I will not name other than Dr. H, and bedside nurse. At first, Dr. H seemed to have some form of compassionate bedside manner. The bedside nurse then came in and administered Morphine without even telling me what he was doing. Good thing I'm not allergic or anything. After feeling that it was obviously more than just saline he put into my I.V., I asked what he administered and in a joking way said, "Oh, I thought you heard the other nurse, must have been her Minnie Mouse voice". To spare having to continue into all the other unprofessional snip-its that occurred, I will jump to what made me discharge myself from the hospital. Having told Dr. H that I had already had labs drawn at the hospital near my home up North, and with him telling me the exact same thing that the labs were normal, I requested to have a scan done of my abdomen for reassurance. Dr. H replied with complete unprofessional mannerisms and gesturing about how it's "Not his money" so he'll do the scan. It was by far the worst form of bedside manner I have ever encountered in any medical facility I have been in and would never recommend anyone utilizing this hospital, at least not the ER.