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A great place! Took a family member there twice and fortunately the first time the cause of the symptom was minor and quickly found, and the second time all tests came back negative and we believe the cause was a side effect of a new medication my family member just started using that week. Both visits were 1) quick at registration, 2) professional in the diagnostics, 3) great with communicating with the patient AND with me, and 4) great with what the next steps should be.
Went to the ER on Saturday feeling like death. The worst physical pain I’ve ever been in. The lady at the desk was pleasant and the er was empty so I was seen right away. The three male nurses that helped me were the absolute best!!! They showed empathy, and were really concerned about my well being. Also making sure I was warm and comfortable, even turning the heat on in my room. They were so hilarious making jokes while taking care of me. The x-Ray techs were caring and careful. The most painful time of my life but the best customer service ever! I’d hope no one has to go to the hospital but if you do go to this hospital. It’s the best!!! Happy new year ❤️
They acted immediately in ER, saving my life, which was followed up with excellent care during my initial stay, and then again for the surgery soon afterwards. My nephew and his wife were so impressed by the hospital that they have chosen it for having their baby, and they’ve made all the arrangements! I am now looking forward to returning for a joyous occasion!
Excellent services from Ms. Beth day surgery nurse, very passionate and caring. She took care my wife. We never met any nurse like her. Also, great job for Ms. Becky volunteer at surgery waiting room, very attentive with many people come and go.
On January 23 of 2019 my son will breath his first breath in this world around 7:30am at this hospital. My wife and I are skeptical to a place that is foreign to us. It's only natural to feel such feelings. With this in mind;
note: Murphy's law.
This message isn't for the enlightened, truth seeking, humanistic, caring humans at this hospital. This for any of you egotisical narcissist who believe they are greater than everyone. That day is not your day. Go orbit your self-centered gravity elsewhere. If none seem to get the picture then you'll be met with a cold slap in the face with the truth. I don't condone in violence that is encouraged with hate. I do strongly believe in violence driven by love. I love so much that I will lose my humanity to protect who I love.
God-willing all will go well.
Thank you for taking the time to read.