The hospital it self is fine but our experience in the ER was not so good. My elderly father with heart issues was brought into the ER by ambulance, my mom and dad sat in a room for 6 hours. They were... more helped at the beginning but then they saw no one for 6 hours. They were not told anything or even checked on. My dad wet his bed because he could not get up. No food no water. He was admitted and the developed a sore hip 6 hours same position wonder why. They got there at about 11:30 am and did not go up to a room until after 6pm. He deteriorated quickly and passed away a week later. Very troubling for my family. The heart icu nurses were wonderful caring and compassionate.
A friend of mine who died was discharged to the sidewalk in the middle of Winter with a collapsed lung for being homeless. After being told that he was not allowed to go home for days due to the seriousness... more of his condition, the his hospital DOCTOR did this within an hour of finding out the he was homeless and the temperature was subzero in his hospital gown and jacket. Criminal charges have never been filed. If only he had not lost contact with me so that he was not homeless. He was part of a select talented few who had been approved for the Minnesota Arts High School. Ironically he was a biochemist student with a very high IQ shortly before becoming homeless. In loving memory.
Mom went in to this hospital ER in an ambulance for heart attack symptoms. Arrived 430 pm. Took 8 hours in ER for them to tell us she has a “turned stomach” issue. 1230am. Seemingly no sense of urgency... more at all this in this ER. People are nice, just move slow as turtles! I will not advise going to this ER unless you have no other options.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 14.7% (1.3% below the national rate)
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