It's taken me a few years to get to this point but I want to state my many experiences here: I have been through the ER here multiple times. I have seen a few specialist out off here as well. Once I was... more told I needed a psychiatrist because I had an anxiety problem: turned out I have a condition called POTS. I was told I was a drug seeker and they didn't listen to me about my heart/chest pain: later found out I have severe asthma (exertion induced). The time I saw a nutritionist she said I was anorexic and needed to stop dieting (saw her for unexplained weight loss and hair loss); I was diagnosed with Lupus years later. Once an xray tech decided to diagnose me right then and there with a liver and thyroid disorder because she saw a cyst in my liver. My last personal experience was when I came here after a terrible episode of pain/explosion in my pelvis: was told I was just an anxious pregnant woman (they only ran my hCG): 2 weeks later so was diagnosed by my OB with an ectopic pregnancy and needed immediate care. I already had a serious inflection from when the tube ripped. This "care" has been consistent throughout many years, not just isolated incidents. The last experience sealed the coffin. My husband came here and was told he just had anxiety; nope, it was shingles. I swear I will never be back. I advise anyone who is going here to have an issue that is easy to identify visually like a burn, broken leg or serious cut. Don't come here if the issue takes a more thorough investigation.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 14.6% (1.4% below the national rate)
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