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I cannot believe how you nurses treat your nursing assistants and try to keep it hush hush so no family members can hear the way you talk to them.This hospital staff should be ashamed of themselves and need a serious reality check. Find your HUMANITY and talk to them like a person should be and not like you have such a high education that you feel the need to treat them like this I sure hope your bedside manner DOES NOT reflect what I heard! Trumbull... Find a whole new team of nurses for your ICU
The lady at the front desk needs to lose her job. It’s every time I come in, she has a sour attitude. I just had recently came in for chest pain, I sit down and she just stares at me! There was no hi or anything! Then she proceeds to throw my insurance card! I thought she was having a bad day the first time I came across her, but this is the second time. You are the first person a patient sees, you should not have a front or act like you’re mad at the world! If you don’t like your job QUIT!!!!!!!!
Golly gee, well let's talk about the care I received at this dirty, smelly, "Tales of the Crypt" feeling hospital. Let me start by saying I'm grateful that my health is ok, after a scare with my BP and breathing. Technically, the hospital ran all of the appropriate tests, it's the way things were done, starting with the snippy, attitudinal registration to the recommendation of medical supplies, but refusing to give me a prescription for it.
My nurse, Carlos, was the only highlight to my visit (other than not leaving in a body bag, of course). He was kind, helpful and had an excellent sense of humor. The woman who performed my chest exray was nice as well, but I didn't really take to her recommendation to throw my favorite pair or socks away instead of looking for a pair of hospital socks/slippers as asked.
The door to my room wouldn't close, the water didn't work, no trash can in the room ( you don't want to know about where I ended up leaving my sanitary pad....promise), no chairs, access to the tv remote...*sigh*. To top of my adventure in ward hell, the PA came in to discuss my diagnosis. A seemingly nice gentleman with a hearing challenge. Not that I have anything against individuals with impairments, eeeeeexcept when they're discussing my very private health condition with me and everyone within a 200ft radius, including the convicts being guarded in the room next to me. I will stop here for fear I'll get a finger spasm and have to return the Trumbull Memorial hell.
Gave birth too both of my baby's here their staff is a blessing such wonderful men and women. Their ER seems a little understaffed but that sadly seems too be the problem with all Hospitals.
All people do is complain about TMH , it's the only Center for heart attacks with a cath lab and also a stroke center and they are well versed in trauma. St Joe's is a joke and a dump they DONT have a catch lab or stroke center 24/7 you just lay there at st Joe's until they send you to St E's.