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Seeing a new primary care physician. I completely understand about the ER issues that have been described in the feedback posts! I've got multiple health issues and use a walker for assistance. I never ever get the call light button by me I know it sounds petty but not when you have to pee! Hopefully I'll be finding a doctor outside of this hospital but I had no choice due to medications that I take! St Catharines is a whole nother story
So my very visibly sick husband was admitted via EMT. After treating him and not finding anything wrong they tell him he has to leave. He was in a lot of pain and too weak to even stand let alone walk. But they told him he had to go because they needed the room for other patients. He didnt get up to leave because HE WAS TOO WEAK TO MOVE. You know what they did? They called the police. THEY CALLED THE POLICE to have him removed. The police sat him in a wheelchair and wheeled him to the door. Its extremely cold outside. He did not have a coat and he was yelling and crying in agonizing pain. But they put him out. They did not treat him well at all. I HATE THEM.
Just went here for a medical emergency for my fiancé and not one person could care less. There was only one exceptional nurse who made me feel any better. I know it was the night shift at 3am but seriously they couldn’t care less about his well being or my mental state.
Terrible ER experience. Rude and unpleasant staff. They treat you like you are nothing. Never again!
This is so sad to see all the horrific reviews here. Being a lifelong resident of Kenosha; As well as being born in this Hospital. Unfortunately I had a very similar experience so I know these reviews must be factual. It's so sad for this Hospital to have such a horrible E.R. staff (that's the Dept which is being brought up over and over here). Sure they must see a lot of garbage late at night or on 3rd shift, but that doesn't excuses the lack of humanity and compassion. It can't be blamed on people not having insurance or being on drugs (because both were not the case w/me). It was the actual nursing staff! The doctors were excellent; I can't say a negative word there.
Though the e.r. staff leaves nothing but a horrible memory. To be fair maybe 2: out of 8 seemed compassionate, but the actual ones caring for the patient, checking vitals (nursing assistants?) were mean. "Mean?" It doesn't seem like it should fit but I can't think of a better word...
"When the actual e.r. experience was worse than the medical problem that you went there for, it says a lot."