Worst experience ever for a hospital. My mom had to go to Er. We got there. She started having a seizure as we asked for the emergency staff to come help, they walked like they did not care and as I yelled... more at them to hurry up they only upped their pace a little bit. Brought a wheel chair instead of stretcher and very unprofessional. When she was admitted, the doc was saying her symptoms were scary but never explained what. They tried giving her medication she was allergic to and the next day food she was allergic to. I am so mad. My mom could have died. We still do not have the professional diagnosis. They said go to your primary care doc. That does not help when she was so ill. They also did not give us copy of the test results. I would not recommend this hospital. Only plus was some of the nurses seemed to be knowledgeable but were under doctor orders.
Have had truly good care there on several occasions. Efficient at entry, radiology and other specialties are good. much improved since the remodel in refurbishment of this hospital – whoever directed... more it and I for efficiency, looks and good medical care. Emergency is somewhat slow, but that is expected due to the nature of the specialty.
The night of 4/20/17 I brought my 11 year old in either with a severe headache or a migraine. We sat a little over two hours. We were called back, asked what was wrong, then we were told we had quite a... more wait to wait to be seen.
The lady that calls patients names was taking a step out her door yelling, staring at us every time. Then she realized nobody could hear her from the waiting area, so then every time she yelled, looked at us, walked to the waiting, called the name nicely. Would of been nice for her to walk to the waiting room the whole time. Instead of yelling in front of a crying child because her head hurts and hurts worse everytime you yell in front of her!
I left my daughter for three minutes to use the restroom, when I came back this lady was sitting right next to my daughter, ladies eyes looked like they were about to pop out of her head.
The hospital was full of junkies, drug addicts. And they all were able to be seen before my child. So we left.
Back in 2000 I was hit head on by two cars that were racing. This hospital left me taped to the emergency board from the ambulance for hours. I had released all bodily fluids because I had died and was reading Consciousness by the ambulance drivers. This hospital helped the people that caused the accident out first. The drivers admitted they were on drugs and we're drink. This hospital didn't do any tests on them.
But if I go into the hospital seriously hurt, your hospital looks at me like I'm a druggie. I can pass all UA's because I am not.
Your hospital keeps supplying the same druggies with pills and they all turn around and try to sell them to hurting people like me. Now this is sick. Thanks for supporting the addicts for so long and not helping those that really need the help.
Your hospital sucks!
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.8% (0.2% below the national rate)
There is no indicators supported for this facility. If your hospital is part of major country or region based indicators that you value, please suggest it to us via our suggestion box in the bottom left corner and we’ll consider it's integration.