Very slow at getting important test results back(aka collapsed lung or anything related to the heart) 4+ hours of waiting in silence without knowing what's going on with you or even being told what's wrong... more and then not giving you your discharge papers because of a urine test that you've told them multiple times you don't have to go. I'm just saying, it's easier to handle things smoother when you don't get seen by 4 different doctors and then sit for hours waiting for nothing and then being told you can't leave.
I have been using this hospital emergency room for years when the doctor's offices and urgent care are closed. I am used to the long wait times and usually just expect that it will take a few hours if... more they are busy. Recently I have having a scary medical experience. I was 23 weeks pregnant and was bleeding, dizzy, sweating, and cramping. I was terrified I was going to have a miscarriage. The nurse was helpful and friendly and listened to what I had to say...or so I thought. She only did some of my vitals because she couldn't find the thermometer or that finger thing that checks O2 and pulse.
Then a midwife comes in and I felt relieved since they often listen better than doctor. Not this one. She recorded my complaint as back pain and that it was resolved. I didn't have back pain and the pain I did have did not resolve. She told me I wasn't in labor and left the room. She spent less than 5 minutes in the room with me. I was sick for two more days and afraid to seek treatment. It was likely a reaction to the heat but she could have at least listened. Terribly concerned about delivering there.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.7% (0.3% below the national rate)
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