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I arrived with my daughter who is deaf because she needed emergency care, and it was the best experience we have ever had at a hospital. The nurses and doctor listened to our concerns, they were warm and kind with treating her and were absolutely amazing with helping her feel comfortable. Thank you for all of your collaboration efforts in treating my baby precisely, and for really listening to her. You don't find that type of care a whole lot. I'm so grateful we chose your emergency room. ❤
My father died, but they brought him back to life. He's doing pretty darn well now. Apparently they do this stuff all this time. This place is awesome.
Call to inquire about walk in clinic and was treated rudely and told there was no more walk ins available but they could see my wife at 1:45. Arrived promptly and waitied forever!! Not seen even by a PA till 3:15...the triage rooms if that is what they can call it had 3 very inappropriate staff members blaring music whom did not even know if the doctor was in when asked?? Floors were filthy and wasn’t a single pleasant person to be found.. if you truly need attentive care and are in pain I highly recommend that seek treatment at an emergency room or anywhere else for that matter to receive proper treatment. Very disappointed and they are definitely no Southwest General.
Didn't really understand what a "1" star rating would be. Now I understand perfectly. Surly attendants and general ineptness. This group of cretins kept my husband awake for nearly 36 hours and then didn't understand why he was having a panic attack. They seem to have zero experience with veterans with PTSD...since they didn't seem very interested in my telling them that he needed sleep or he could have a flashback episode. As of this moment, I am stuck in his room to keep him safe and I haven't had much sleep myself. When I asked for a cot...I was curtly told that "we don't have any" and "there's a couch at the end of the hall". Despite telling everyone who would listen in the ER that he needed a bi-pap machine for sleep, he was never provided with one. When I arrived today and found out they wanted to keep him another night, I mentioned the bi-pap again and was told "most people bring their own". So I headed home and got the machine ...imagine bringing your own equipment to a hospital! My husband has had lots of procedures and has spent a lot of time in hospitals. I can honestly say this is the absolute worst experience we have had in 20 years. If you care for your loved ones. .take them elsewhere. Of course there are exceptions to the overall ineptitude of the staff here...several nurses and other attendants actually seemed to care. However it seems many are less than engaged.
this is a very good hospital i caught mrsa while a patient they called me 2 days after i got discharged from billing saying if i did not make arrangements to pay the bill they was going to refuse treatment to treat my mrca [o have medicare insurance