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I’ve been here since I was a kid. My sister was born here. As for me being here it seemed they admit people by severity of their pain. I don’t really have anything to say I mean it’s a little shock that it’s rated mostly 1 star. In the end of the day we just want a doctor to help us to make us feel better.
I have to say I love this place because I was born here and now im 14 years old
And all I want to say is thanks.
DO NOT LET THE RATINGS FOOL YOU. This hospital and staff are GREAT!
My family and I are traveling across the country to raise awareness for Angelman syndrome. We were only supposed to be in town for a day but somehow I got a severe infection in my right leg. Since I needed to go to the hospital I looked at some, around the area, and I was a little intimidated from the negative reviews that Mercy Unity Campus had.
However, I started reading them and the majority are people saying they went to the ER and had to wait when others got to go in. I think that is just more about people not fully understanding that patients are admitted by severity. (i.e. if you show up with a fever and no other symptoms and have been waiting 30 minutes but then someone shows up having a heart attack, they will go before you.)
Anyway, the hospital was most convenient so I came to the Emergency Room. I cannot say enough about the entire staff and I do mean the entire staff. Every single RN, MD, CNA, Tech, Cleaning Crew, Food Service, etc.. have been so polite, friendly, caring and willing to do anything. Even the physician was picking up trash that was on the floor for they were all working as a team and not as if anyone was better than the other.
I ended up having a severe infection but they took care of me and made my stay so comfortable that I felt that I had known everyone, so thank you to the entire staff at Mercy Hospital - Unity Campus and know that our family is very grateful to you and your team.
My boyfriend enters the ER, one person ahead of him. His turn comes, speaks with desk person about his issue, goes and sits down. Calls me, to inform me what's happening, and two other people come in. The person ahead of my boyfriend is taken back and I hear him say to the desk person, I'm next right? She replies "no, you've been on the phone, so you lose your place". Are you kidding me? Letting a loved one know you're at the ER and why, is reason to go to the end of the line? This isn't a hospital, it's a carnival. My dog gets better attention at the vet than they gave my boyfriend. Unethical, controling and obviously they hate their job.
This is the worst emergency room we have ever been to. Sadly, we gave it a second chance today. How long does a person need to wait before being seen? And its not me being impatient, just read all the reviews. If you're dying, don't come here because you will just die waiting in the ER waiting area because Suzie who came in an hour after you with a jammed thumb is more important.