The NICU and staff at the woman's pavilion we're amazing. I don't know if my son would be alive without them. The only negative I have is the public safety officer can be pretty rude when enforcing their... more rules. My family was forced to walk around the hospital to re-enter the mother/infant wing after walking to the cafeteria. I understand the need for security, but the officer spoke to us on the way to the cafeteria then forced us to walk around the entire hospital on the way back because of no badge. Do your job but be a human too please. Derrick was his name and he pushed us out arguing with us and being very rude.
Less than mediocre service. Went to this ER 3 times and they still didn't get it right. The right side of my large intestine fell into my pelvis area in march. I told them I could feel it moving up and... more down inside me, but they considered it normal. Through time the left side fell. Your large intestines have ligaments holding it up, it isn't supposed to prolapse. My symptoms got worse and worse. And now they have changed. My sacral spine hurts, my rectum is going numb and now I'm urinating like crazy. My entire pelvis hurts now for the last 3 weeks. They fail to realize that misinterpretation of images is malpractice. I went there recently and they tried to treat me for symptoms I had 9 months ago and paid no attention to the symptoms I have now. They didn't even right down the correct symptoms for the radiologist. Their doctors are very dumb and lack knowledge of anatomy and physiology. The ER doctor even lied to me and told me that the radiologist that does the barium swallows was absent. I really needed it because my stomach is hanging entirely on my left side. Due to my abdominal prolapse I have nerve compression and damage in my pelvic floor. I am seeing a neurologist next week to confirm this. 3rd leading cause of death in the united states is medical errors. Now I see why.
Let me just say first time my son got sick in a very long time and every single person that attended my son was very polite ,friendly, caring and just AMAZING ! I did not take the nurses name that drew... more the blood nor the ultrasound ladies name but I did take Mr.Nicholas (X-ray) thank you for being so Great
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 14.5% (1.5% below the national rate)
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