Its pretty pathetic when they take their patients right away to have visitors. I went to see a family member with my 1 year old child with me and was told we could not go up because it is now hospital... more policy no children under 12. Oh but if it were myself or her father she would have been aloud. I understand if you give visitors a warning that hey their is an outbreak or ex. It's flue season and let us decide but you are taking their right away. I mean for all they know my family member could have been dying and we were there to say our final goodbyes which thankfully isn't the case but you are going to take that away from someone. Way to go CRMC you have ranked #1 in being heartless, but y'all will have to live with that.
I've had several surgeries and precedures done at this hospital since 2004. All the staff from housekeeping to the doctorshave always been very good to.i could go to a much larger hospital a whole lot... more closer to me, but will not give up the care I receive here for a shorter drive. They must treat their well also. I've seen most of a the same faces, especially in OR all these years. That's a very comforting when your wheeled into the operating room and feel like you know the people that are taking care of you and they even remember you too. I can't say enough great things about Dr Cordista and Dr Venu. Without Dr Cordista I wouldn't be here today and Dr Venu is the most caring compassionate doctor I've ever heard of much less have the privilege of knowing.You centainly can't go wrong here!!
I'll never forget the night I brought one of my patients into this hell hole. We came into the ER aroind 11: 30 PM and waited on the ER doctor while my 83 year old patient was in agony, and then about... more 20 minutes later, this "doctor" waltzes in and laughs at my patient. My patient was vomiting up blood and was in pain and was screaming, this doctor just laughed at him. Then he left. At that point I had been taking care of this special man for several years so I knew that this wasn't normal. Then a team of "nurses" came in to shove a tube down my poor patients throat to see what was in his stomach. They did way more harm than good.
Long story short, they wound up transferring my dear, sweet patient to a much better hospital down in Tallahassee where they discovered that he had ruptured his esophagus and then after arriving at the hospital, his poor body couldn't take anymore, and he had a heart attack and he left this world. This was about 6 years ago and I think about that sweet man every day. Even though he was in his 80's, and I was in my early 30s, he was truly the best friend I had. And I wish that I could have done more for him. But I did hold his hand every night even though he would beg me to get in bed with him and hold him. I never did. But sometimes wish I had. Just so he could have felt that somebody loved him.
I quit nursing school after I lost him and immediately got in the massage therapy program. I couldn't do nursing anymore, or have my heart break like that ever again.
Do your self a favor and never go to CCRMC in Moultrie Georgia, Colquitt County. I'd rather chew broken glass than send anyone I cared about to that uncaring, sociopathic place. That night haunts my dreams.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.8% (0.2% below the national rate)
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