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The ER is under-staffed and overwhelmed. Some doctors handle this situation better than others, making the patient experience hit-or-miss. Don’t depend on them.
was in this emergency room in May for a swollen elbow. couldn't even pick up a bottle of water, My boss took me to this ER they looked at it give me a wrist brace sent me home and got a 600 dollar bill, Ended up finally getting into my family Dr and found out is was a torn tendon. NICE. don't waste your time or money. In there again in June for a rash on my leg about the size of a baseball they did a ultra sound said its just a rash called cellulitis give me a script for 2 different meds 4 days later the rash is blistering and twice the size, called the ER said that my symptoms are getting worse and I was just told come back in and we will look at it again, I don't think so Im already gonna get a bill for the ER and ultra sound why go back and get billed for a second guess at it. Aggravation!!!
Came here for my 10 y/o son having severe abdominal pain. Got us right in within minutes. Customer service, bedside manners and medical decisions were absolutely top notch. Never have I ever written a review for anything but I was super impressed. Another reason I love this town!!
Had to wait over an hour to get into emergency room. Once I was in a room the nurse missed my vein multiple times (which I understand) but then proceeded to leave all of my blood on me and the blankets.
I was seen around thanksgiving after been referred from falcon health (please see falcon health center review) after they refused to treat me for a kidney infection. The physician at falcon health could not be convinced that I have chronic kidney infections and was sure I had a kidney stone. I was sent to the er, where I was made to submit to testing I did not want or need. The end result was that I had a kidney infection, just like what was stated in my initial complaint.
I have asked repeatedly for an itemized statement so I can dispute charges, and I have yet to receive one. And now I have a new bill with late charges.
None of this would have happened if I had been considered an expert of my own body, but I was not believed, embarrassed, made to submit to testing, and now, am financially responsible for multiple unnecessary visits, procedures and personnel cost.