It's 11:20am and I got here following my mom in the ambulance. I came in through the main ER enterance. I asked for an antibacterial wipe which was right behind the security guard, to wipe down my mom's phone since she was the last to use it and I'm not sure if what she has is the flu or not. The security guard looked at me with a blank stare like he had no idea what I had asked him. He didn't even answer me. He looked at the old man volunteer for like help or something and the volunteer said it was probably better that I stick my hand under the antibacterial foam dispenser and he was very adamant about me getting away from the security guard. Like what the hell is that? The wipe container was right behind the guy and right next to the old man. I should've told the paramedics to take my mom to Palms West instead.
I delivered my first baby here and it was an amazing experience, the nurses were so nice and made days here so comfortable they brought me into a big room which had an incredible large bed for me my baby and husband! Not to mention my last day they organized an amazing dinner night for me and my husband so far there's nothing negative to say about this hospital 😊
Not happy. Live in England, my eldest sister of 85 years is a current patient. My other sister rang from England and spoke to my sister who slurred and seemed completely out of it. No explanation from nurse 'Alvis' if she had been given medication. My eldest sister is extremely articulate and would not normally slur or forget her words. Informed after another phone call that no medication had been given, sorry do not believe this. We still do not know why she has been admitted, no information given.
I spent a week in labor and delivery due to a complicated delivery when my daughter was born in 2016, the nurses and staff were always kind and competent and did a great job taking care of me. My daughter spent 5 weeks in the NICU and without question, she was in the best place she could be, with the best people taking care of her. We were treated like family and it gave me so much comfort knowing she was with truly wonderful people when I couldn't be there.
I sometimes did the 40 minute commute twice a day and never once thought it was too far considering the quality of care. We had a great experience in a very difficult time.
I had my youngest child there and it was such an awesome experience I was in awe. For example, my husband got to sleep with me because there is a queen bed in the post natal unit. It's a shame Im not having any more children because I would repeat for sure.