We have been here for 2 1/2 hrs. My mom sick with a head ache for 4 days. From bulging disk in her neck. She has been throwing up the whole time. The wait time is horrible. They took her back by herself, She is 73 years old, what's up with that. The only good thing I can say, is the staff we have talked to has been nice.
I have been at the winter Haven emergency room in the past and it was not a good experience but when I had to go there this past week the experience was total a good one.. And the doctor not only made sure everything was explained to me so I could understand he even called me 2 days later to see how I was doing.. Thank you Dr. Mitchell MD...
This is the most horrible ER I have every been in. To start, it is dirty and the staff members are lazy and non-careing. I would not recommend this place if your life depends on it.
Worst ER experience ever. Not only the wait time but my over all experience. That Dr.Hasandzekaj was extremely rude when he came in to talk to me - made me feel awful for ever even walking in to that place. He never even returned to my room to explain what was going on, he just sent the nurse back with a prescription and discharge papers after a very long time. I ended up just going elsewhere to be examined for my own good. Please, for the health of his patients someone truly needs to check in on this Dr. and evaluate
Had a terrible experience, not with the ER staff as a whole, but in particular Dr. Hasandzekaj. He was very rude, and in the opinion of myself and my two visitors, should not be interacting with patients. Perhaps he should reserve what medical knowledge he does have for research instead of direct patient care. After two weeks of illness, four days of vomiting, and two days of dark urine, I consulted with a nurse (not at this location) and was advised to go to the ER for dehydration. I was 19 weeks pregnant at the time. The front staff was very helpful, as well as the tech team. Thankfully, I was taken back quickly. However, it stopped there. The doctor entered my room after only reading my triage and basically told me I was there for no reason and would be leaving. He didn't discuss my condition with me at all. He asked a nurse, who was very kind, to give me a potassium pill and then I suppose be discharged. It wasn't until I threw up on myself and the nurses arm that any action on his part took place. (After I threw up on her, she advised she would tell the doctor, which she did and later brought in an IV.) I was in the ER for a total of three hours and saw the doctor for maybe seven minutes. Of those seven, three were his initial attempt to remove me, and the remaining four we're spent chastising me about taking antibiotics. He deduced that I had a virus, for which antibiotics are not useful. I advised that I didn't prescribe them to myself, but was prescribed them by another doctor, not unlike himself. Was he under the impression that I was a medical professional myself? If so then he surely wouldn't have treated me like trash.