My father lives nearby, he has been in several time to the ER for pain. They never got to the cause of it and just prescribe him pain medicine. The last time my father was there Dr. Rhonda Brown said my... more father was probably not in pain but just old and depress. She then said there was a language barrier because she couldn't explain my father's pain. My father was suffering and as a Dr she is very unprofessional and unethical. Today my father was diagnose with an infection in his spine. Just to show that she fail her duty as a Dr. Very incompetent.
Adventist knew that my husband was suffering from a life threatening condition yet they failed to treat him for this condition. Then they lied about the circumstances of his discharge from the hospital.... more Had it not been for Providence my husband would have died last week because of the negligence and malpractice of Portland Adventist Medical Center.
Treated my husband as if he were a malingering drug addiction while he was dying and in excruciating pain.
Nurses behaved like they were at a frat party, withheld pain medication for 2 hours past... more scheduled doses. Treated me like dirt in spite of the fact that I was watching the love of my life suffer and die while staff did nothing.
No sign of a doctor for 3 1/2 days. Then lied about the diagnosis, treatment and discharge.
My husband is alive right now because 24 hours after Adventist said he could go home, I took him to Providence. Providence diagnosed him within 4 hours, admitted him and performed life saving surgery the next morning.
If you want to kill someone, take them to Portland Adventist.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 16.9% (0.9% above the national rate)
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