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Doctor in the ER was a total douche. He was rude to my wife, asked questions like "what I dont understand is, why are you crying?" And acted like she didn't tell him all her symptoms the first time around. He was also kind of unsanitary. While he was explaining the lab results to us, he kept biting down on his finger... Also told my wife her fever had gone down since arriving and that she barely even had a fever anymore. We went home and immediately took her temp again only to see it was still at 102°...
If that wasn't bad enough, the room we sat in was pretty gross. I've never been to a hospital this bad in shape. How is it still around?
Literally the worst hospital I’ve ever gone too. Dr was chewing on his finger and then didn’t even do a full exam, checked my ear and looked in my throat and gave me antibiotics. After asking why I was crying BECAUSE I FEEL LIKE DEATH.
I was born there, my mom said that it was a really nice place. Of course things do change after 14 years..So I'm giving you guys 3 stars because I don't remember what it was like...
Entering the faculty was a pleasure. So kind and helpful at the desk. The lady, gentleman and the security guard all were very polite. The lady kindly showed me a outline of the number of labs completed/waiting on etc.. with my brother.
Only complaint extremely long. Close to 4 hours.
But “better” than it used to be.
Father was referred to M. Maskill for diabetic foot. 1st visit, no labs, no tests, gave my father a false diagnosis of Osteomyelitis and told him his toe had to be amputated. Scheduled my father for surgery a week after his first visit with no labs, no tests, false diagnosis and my father in to poor of health for surgery. I rushed my father for a 2nd opinion and after running all necessary labs, tests, and health screens. Determined he did not have Osteomyelitis with infection to the bone, did not need amputation. Now receiving proper treatment for a Diabetic Foot Ulcer. Trust the Docs last name Maskill, he means it.