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The PA that did my exam was not only knowledgeable but she was also extremely personable. I have had some really bad experiences in my lifetime with Cherokee clinics, however today I was scared. My family has been scared. The results were in my favor today, however when I went in, I was scared. Immediately she calmed me, she answered questions, she asked me questions, and she completed the exam like a human being with regard to my feelings. She spoke to me as if I was a person just like she is. The clinic got me in on time. After waiting for a month and half, the clinic got me in on time. It was a good day for me, and my own pc recommended this clinic. That should say a lot.
Absolutely the worst hospital in the country. Took the idiots in the ambulance, two hours to get me there. (Took them 45 min to figure out how to use the carrier, to get me out of the house). They did not even stitch up my tounge, from seziers, for three days, until I asked.told my family, nothing they could do, from liver failure. That I had a week to live. I tried to leave. Held me down, beat me up , drugged me, confined in a bed I couldn't get out of.
Woke up, after a week of this, in Tulsa .a real hospital. Thank God. Ten years later, I'm fine.
Figure it's just because I'm white. O well. Just thought I'd share . Stay away.
I have been to the urgent care numerous times and always had great service, sometimes longer waits than others. Mostly in and out within 2-3 hours though. I have also had multiple surgeries there and an 8 day hospital stay. Dr. Hope Baluh and all of her staff were absolutely wonderful. If i had to do it again, I’d go back to Baluh in a heartbeat. Keep up the good work everyone! I, for one, appreciate it!
Would give it 0 stars. Got in at 10:30pm and left at 2am. It would have been nice had a nurse or one of the uniformed staff members on night shift acknowledged my existence. I suppose that’s entirely too much to ask. you get what you pay for.
My husband has Prostate cancer with Mets to the bone and MDS which causes him to have frequent blood transfusions (weekly) and also lots of pain, nausea, vomiting and fatigue. We have had several transfusions and were recently admitted to the hospital for 1 night to get his vomiting/pain under control and have another transfusion and I must say we have had the very best care from everyone that has been involved!! Caring, compassionate and very efficient from registration, lab, physicians and nurses!! Thank you for treating my husband like you would your own!!