They keep their chapel locked all day. You are not allowed to stay with your spouse even if he is suffering from Lekumia. They will make you leave. Horrible hospital. I recommend driving a bit further... more for better care.
I was quite shocked reading other reviews of poor service. I was born here in '81. I've since had two deliveries here, and countless visits to the E.R. throughout my life from being sick or after a couple... more car accidents (not my fault lol). Countless. And not ONE single bad experience. From nurses to doctors, or just desk help, everybody I've ever dealt with was professional, kind, informative and I felt well taken care of. I was happy to have both my girls delivered here. My entire stay was delightful. I had en emergency c-section with my first. I was scared. Wasn't sure what to expect or how I was going to handle it. If it wasn't for the nurses (and my husband of course) I would have been so lost. They really helped me and made me feel safe and comfortable. They took thier time. Showed me what to do. The nurse that assist with breastfeeding was exceptional. I never took a class or anything. Didn't need to either. Nothing like learning the real way. As a woman, it came natural, so the stand by help to assure me I was doing something right was very encouraging. My c-section area was well treated. I went home feeling confident in what I was doing. And the E.R., sure sometimes it was a bit of a wait, but it's understandable. I'm not the only one in need of help. But when it mattered most, they took care of me quickly. Got me set up in a room and started with what was needed. Lots of questions. Always checking on me, making sure I was ok and as comfortable as I can be. Warm blankets offered. I never felt ignored. A few doctors were quick with me, but I understood because my current condition may not have been as serious as the next person. As long as I recieved the care I needed, those things can be looked over. Over all, this hospital has always been the best one I've been to. If it wasn't, I would have NEVER had my babies here. But I'm thankful that they were born here, just as I was, and I can tell then one day when they get older that we were all born at the same hospital. I think that's pretty cool. No more babies for me, plus I'm not living there any more. Hopefully my hospital visiting days are over because honestly, I don't like going to other hospitals, so far they don't compare and there's nothing like your 'hometown hospital' where your familiar with doctors, nurses and procedures. I'm taking much better of myself these days and my family is doing well. If I make any future visits to the hospital, it will be sitting bedside to bring a smile to sombody else's face during thier stay. My family and I thank you Henry Mayo for all your hard work and services.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 16.2% (0.2% above the national rate)
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