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I went to the ER this evening with severe ( unprecedented) pain. Registration took a mere matter of minutes. Afterwards I was taken to an exam room, where blood tests were administered and a series of questions were thoroughly asked. Although it was somewhat busy, I was given one-on-one personal attention by both the PA's, phlebotomists , and interns. A CT scan was also ordered and the young lady who performed it was very informative as far as telling me what was going on. At all times I was asked about my pain level and was kept informed as to the progress of my case. Finally, the Dr discussed her diagnosis with me and addressed follow up actions I should take.
I could not be happier or more pleased with the treatment I received at Warren General! Everyone with whom I came in contact treated me as though I were the only patient in the building. My only regret is not catching the names of these individuals! Thank you for helping me and getting me back to feeling good!
Yes I came into do blood and urine and always nervous about the
blood. Laura did an absolute amazing job because I felt no pinch and went ten times more smooth than ever givin blood. If I need bloodwork again I recommend Laura!
I've only been to the digestive disease department in separate building and it was a chamber of horrors. The office needs new lighting at least, it felt so drab I thought I was visiting the Munsters. The novelty of an old exam table from WWII or before wore off quickly. But worst of all was the physician assistant (pa) who barely listened and seemed to focus on one part of my story for a diagnosis without running blood tests or doing much of an exam. I felt like I had seen a sham witch doctor. I was prescribed pills that I was told were for diarrhea but after reading the paperwork that came with them should hardly be prescribed without further testing. I really don't want to go back.
A great place to work. Everyone looks to make patients comfortable and welcome.
Took my daughter to the ER because she's been sick a while. Dr. Pierson was the most unprofessional doctor I've ever saw. He never kept us updated with the waits. And when I told him I wanted my daughter checked for dehydration he refused and said she was fine. The following day took my daughter to Kane Hospital, which there they listened to my complaints and ran tests which Dr. Pierson refused to do on my daughter. Only test he (Pierson) did was a strep test. (Irrelevant. Her symptoms had nothing to do with that) And sure enough, she was VERY dehydrated, and sick. I will be calling and filing more complaints on this unprofessional doctor. His bedside manner was a disgrace. Told me several times, "There's nothing I can do about it" "You wasted a trip" So uncalled for.