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I had a positive experience. The personnel is super friendly and knowledgeable
I went there last night 11/12/18 and feel like I did not get any answers and now I’m left with a $400 bill. I went in with headaches and dizziness and they hooked me up to an IV and gave me liquid Tylenol. They got a urine sample after the IV so of course I wasn’t dehydrated but could have possibly been dehydrated before the IV. Also when they took blood they ran out of thyroid tests (which thyroid disease runs in my family) and told me to go elsewhere for that, but if I’m paying $400 you’d think I’d be able to get all the tests. So they said nothing was wrong. After the IV and Liquid Tylenol I still felt weird. I went home and started doing my own research and realized I either have post concussion syndrome, which I fell and hit my head a few days ago, or I have vertigo. They never asked if I hit me head or anything and I was so worked up I forgot all about it. So now I will be going to another doctor to tell them what I discovered myself and now will have to pay $400 for care that didn’t solve any of my issues.
My wife got blood drawn and it was a good experience. The lab tech with the beard was great and Robert from admissions was very helpful. Thanks!!!
My son crushed his ankle in Denver, many years ago. There is little that is worse than a crush. He was taken to a Denver hospital where they were going to fuse the ankle which would have immobilized the ankle, preventing him for skiing, bike riding or any activity requiring the bending of his ankle. It would have drastically altered his life forever. With that news, he got out of bed, crushed ankle and all, signing out against medical advice and high tailed it back home to Vail where they fixed his ankle. It was a tough case but they did it! Today, nearly 20 yrs later, he is back in the hospital, with a broken tibia, that broke just above the metal plates that have been holding his ankle together for the past 20 yrs. The Steadman Clinic surgeon fixed the tibia last night for a second time. It is an amazing place with amazing medical/surgical professionals. Cream rises to the top. Vail Valley is 8,120 ft above sea level! Thank you all from the bottom of this mom's grateful heart!
I broke my Radius on a one wheel stupid skateboard thing. they fixed my radius Dr. viola. the place is a little hard to deal with but very nice hospital. Thanks Dr. Viola