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I have never in my life written a review before but I feel as though I have to do one for this hospital.
This is LITERALLY THE WORST hospital ever ...They are racist as well . The nurses are lazy as hell they get mad when u call them for anything ...they have nasty attitudes and are mean for no reason . They treat you bad and tell you that you can not record anything because they are a private hospital ...they kick your visitors out because they wanna treat you bad In private I just saw them kick out a man with sickle cell while he’s still in pain crying ...I don’t know if the things they do is legal but someone needs to check in to it because it’s just sad so see
If I could give a zero, I would! I will say that the nurses are very kind however, I have an extreme problem with the double billing. First a mammogram special: Pay $99 for the mammogram and $95 extra for 3-D. Then I get another bill for the same thing (after I paid upfront)! They say oops and two months later... another bill! I will be calling on Monday to say "Oops, you did it again"! Then my son goes in and I am double charged for a CT scan! They say oops and yet it hasn't been fixed! Finally, my mother goes in and they incorrectly inform her of what her charges will be if she chooses to stay with them or use her veteran benefits. Most of my issues have been with billing however, if given the choice, I would drive the extra miles to go to Fairfax, Fair Oaks, or Stafford hospitals just to make sure that I have a good experience!
Most disinterested people in the world in doing their jobs. Rude bordering on bullish. Housekeeping continues to be the most professional department
My uncle had a complication to his surgery and his doctors were amazing. I already reviewed Basel Ramlawi and a lady named Ty who were so nice and just amazing to us. We are so grateful for their care.
I am super disappointed in the ICU nurses in north tower, women and children critical care unit. We lost my uncle for a moment, that’s traumatic for us. We waited hours to see if he was ok after a complication from a routine surgery. They could practice some sensitivity training. I can understand if we were a “wild” group but we we weren’t. And snipping at us to not speak to him was just really uncalled for. There’s a way to go about that and this lady failed. It was a horrible feeling that none of us should have had to experience after all we had gone through. It’s unfortunate that experiences like that put a stain on the rest of the visit. Praying he isn’t in the ICU much longer. I understand your job has to be extremely difficult and stressful but remember that the families and patients have had a rough go and a little bit of tact and sensitivity can go along way. This was after a shift change so around 7pm so she hadn't even dealt with any of us yet. On Saturday afternoon the nurse in there, (Kelly I think) was so nice.
Dr. Timball does ER room visits for friend of the anesthesiologist. I heard the anesthesiologist ask for the doctor to come out or if they can bump this kid in front of everybody else instead of waiting. As the rest of us have to sit in the lobby and wait. He hurt his foot he could wait in the lobby with the rest of us. And they wonder why their reviews are great. Poor customer service