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I don't know about any other areas of the hospital but the joint replacement center is the BEST. Dr Hanby is excellent. The nurses and aides were great. Craig, Ed and Sydney are excellent nurses. Amelia and Amber excellent aides. Another night nurse we met , can't remember name but she introduced and helped us with boot camp info. Derek with lab was awesome. I am an RN and hard to impress with care but I am IMPRESSED. thank you
The ICU was fabulous! The rest of my mom's stay was not. You should not have to fight for standard care. Do not leave your lived ones alone especially if they have problems communicating. They also no longer serve meals in the cafeteria. Sandwiches and salads only. They can afford clinics on every corner but no decent food for patients, family or staff. I so wish the ambulance had taken her to Northwest Medical. This is ridiculous!
My daughter had an allergic reaction to something unknown and we were in triage before we sat down to wait. Then we had a nurse wisk us back to the room before we sat down again! We were immediately joined by another nurse and the doctor saw us within 15 min or less and the entire staff was pleasant and attentive. Best ER experience to date and for my daughter's first visit to the ER I couldnt have asked for a better example.
I feel stuck in this terrible healthcare system. Im from Fayetteville and live close to Washington regional. If you think you will get great care your not correct if its very complicated. The mayo clinic is for the rich and they pushed me away since my insurance wouldn't help me further after I visited the one in Florida at the neurology department. Back in 2013 I was punished bye a doctor after she misunderstood a situation in the E.R at Washington Regional and the doctor admitted to grabbing me after I had a lot of violent seizures and was took bye ambulance against my will. I am a strong person with a lot of heart but the way Arkansas does healthcare got my father and grandma killed bye overmedicating them. The Healthcare system is failing in this country and a lot of doctors know it and cant stand it.
The staff was nice and caring, but misdirected. Regardless of what my husband told them about his symptoms, they were laser focused on believing it was heart related. We repeatedly spoke of swelling in neck, throat and lymph glands and this input was disregarded. The next day, our primary care physician diagnosed and prescribed medication for tick fever. Our day in the ER was a waste of time and money, and could have caused us to miss the real cause of the problem had we not been proactive enough to follow up on our own.