Wakemed, Cary Hospital
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My dad went to the emergency room experiencing stroke symptoms and was admitted right away. He spent 11 days at the hospital, including 2 in ICU. From the moment we entered the hospital until the day he left, the treatment and care provided him was exceptional. We were kept informed by his team of doctors and given a plan for his discharge to the acute rehab center at WakeMed Raleigh. Special thanks to Olivia on the second floor, who was Dad's absolute favorite. Hopefully we won't be visiting the hospital again soon, but if we have the need this is where we'll go without hesitation.
Dr. Cook and staff A Bay emergency room were incredible. Honestly I was surprised at how smoothly our visit went. Based on my family's experience I would highly recommend.
I waited for over 3 hours tonight/ morning and still wasn't seen. The only thing I got was triaged and I hope I don't get a bill for that when it only took 5 minutes. I'm really frustrated because I went for leg pain that woke me up because it was hurting so bad. I got there around 12:20 a.m. and left at 3:45 a.m. Went to Apex and they said I would be billed twice and they didn't have the machine there to check for a blood clot. So that meant me going back to the Cary hospital at 8 I was told. Don't think so. 😕
I was admitted for three days for emergency surgery & follow-up care after a femur fracture two months ago. Everyone on staff was great and made the experience as tolerable as possible, and I really appreciate that they helped calm my nerves before surgery. My recovery has gone very smoothly and so in retrospect I'm very pleased with the quality of medical care I received there. The food was also good. Private rooms throughout the entire stay. I realize everyone's experience is different but I honestly can't think of anything bad to say. Yes it was expensive, but welcome to the 21st century. If I break my other leg I wouldn't hesitate to come back.
Had semi emergency appendectomy on Friday evening. Insurance approval was on its way but had to sign a personal guarantee for $24,000.00 before they would admit me! I was released, rushed out, same day. Hospital still has not called to see if I'm alive....5 days later! On bright side, staff was great.