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Went here because I was told by urgent care to go to the ER. 4months pregnant and was experiencing vomiting dehydration kidney pain etc and feeling pretty sick from an antibiotic I was given from a previous dr to treat an infection. When I got there not one person was even there in waiting room yet it took an hr to be called back. When I got to a room to be seen ...they took my vitals, didn’t even mention the fact that my blood pressure was really high, they came back in a bit later with a handheld fetal doppler to make sure baby’s heart rate was ok... the nurse didn’t seem to know what he was even doing with it, he asked “where do they normally check, do you know”? I was shocked because it’s and emergency room and he didn’t know where to check for a heartbeat!? at this point I am worried about my care. They did labs. And all they did was tell me to continue to take the antibiotic that made me feel worse than I had before. That caused dehydration and sickness for me And the. offered me a nausea medication (I looked up med to see if it was safe to take during pregnancy because they didn’t seem to know how to care for pregnant women as they didn’t even seem to have a clue how to use a fetal doppler to check heartbeat) sure enough the medication they were trying to prescribe me said online that FDA warns against using that medication during pregnancy as it can be dangerous to mother and baby and cause birth defects. A few mins later the nurse comes in saying something completely different than what the dr had just told me. At this point I decide to just have my husband bring me home because they did absolutely NOTHING for me and nurse and dr weren’t even on the same page with aftercare and both said different things.
Traveling from CO to the Dallas area, we stopped at the ER for a family member’s very severe toothache...pain & swelling. The staff & doctor were kind & professional. We were in & out in less than 30 minutes with treatment & prescriptions. Very grateful & impressed!
For a "Hospital" it is very understaffed, can't handle most emergencies and despite the size of the place there is no OBGYN. But it's a good place to go for a sore throat.
Went in because I couldn't get in to see my regular doctor. Told the nurse practitioner what my doctor usually gave me for a severe cold. She refused to give me any shots to help me get over it faster and put me on mild antibiotics. I will not go back. The doctors or nurse practitioners need to listen to their patients. Believe it or not people do know what works best for them.
Took my 17 month old in because she had severe diarrhea and vomitting and I was told via phone by her pediatrician to get her IV fluids. Dr Stewart saw her and diagnosed her with an ear infection and wanted to send us home. He refused to give her fluids. It didnt sit right with me so I argued with the nurse to speak the the dr again. He came in and realized her labs showed pneumonia in her left lung. He was discharging us before he even had all the lab results back. They transferred us to Cooks childrens in ft worth. I had to request tylenol and Motrin for her after she had a 103 fever while waiting 4 hours to be transported.
DO NOT TAKE YOUR CHILDREN TO THIS HOSPITAL.
it was the only one available for us since we were out of town, but next time I'll drive the 2 1/2 and take her to ft worth.