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Will be looking into better place to go. Silverware still had food on it. Sausage was raw told them would hate to see what food was left on plate under my food .
Was in 5 days was told for 3 days was getting released by Dr associate. Told Dr would come by never seen Dr in 3days . Finally just walked out unreleased. Dr Associate told me they were going to walk me to see if I needed to have oxygen at home ,I laughed she looked at me ask why I was laughing ,told her I have had oxygen at home for 2 yrs . She said oh you have it already . You would think the Dr.would make sure the people that work for them knew things . Never had bedding changed ,never ask if I needed shower things ,wanted me to drink lots of water but never brought water but once . To much more to list . Like others wish I could give zero score. Really need to figure out who and how to report problems to and everyone report them . I know health department going to like the pictures I have of food on silverware and raw food being served
Came to the Bowling Green Medical Center to have back surgery. From the pre admission testing, the surgery, and recovery plus a few nights stay my experience couldn't have been better.
Everyone I came in contact with were very helpful, compassionate, and caring. Since I live a few hours from Bowling Green, my sister and I were blessed to be able to stay at the Hospitality House free no charge. Hospitality House is Beautiful. We felt like we were at The Hilton. The staff are very helpful and genuinely care.
I would highly recommend the Medical Center and the Hospitality House.
I want to say thank you to the staff that works in the ICU. The nurses was amazing and went out of their way to make sure my family and I was taken care of and informed about my dads condition. Because all of your hard work and how fast you moved my dad is still alive. I cant thank you enough for all you did. Thank you and God bless you!
I came because I was badly sick and they had me waiting inside for almost two hours. They didn’t see what’s wrong with me just checked my throat and told me I have an allergy. Then 3-4 women came to me and asked me questions about my life, age, school etc. I don’t know if this is the way how it works but they did not treat me. After waiting in pain for almost two hours they said I’m good to go. I wanted to ask couple questions and the nurse left. I knocked on a door to ask nobody came then I knocked again two white ladies came and answered my questions. I told them how I don’t like hospitals in the US because they leave me for two hours with no reason then while I was going out, a black lady told me “if you don’t like America go back to your country”!!! This is so rude I said “excuse me?” She said “get out of the hospital or I will call the security” like what the hell??!! I came to get treated from my sickness and a black lady who isn’t worth my toe nail talks to me like that? I will never come again here even if I die!
My mother was a recent patient in the ED. She had recently undergone dental surgery and was bleeding profusely. As she is on Warfarin, significant blood loss is a potentially dangerous event. Her nurse let my mother know that she shouldn’t have come to the ED and there was nothing they could do for her. I am a former emergency department nurse myself and am appalled by such behavior. My mother was sick, scared and weak. This person had two directions in which to go. She could be kind and compassionate or rude and dismissive. Sadly, she chose the latter.