The last time I was seen in er, I needed "comfort meds" whilst morphine withdrawal. I was treated with such contempt and disgruntlement. I was polite, patient, and persistent. The doctors I saw were knowledgeable... more and compassionate. It is the nursing staff that are miserable. But that depends on many different variables.
I had the unfortunate experience of having to use the emergency medical facilities. LGH is listed as an in-network provider with my insurance company and I have used other LGH services and facilities many... more times. Afterwards, I received a LARGE bill—one that should have been covered by my insurance. When I called my insurance company, I was told that it was because the doctor was not an in-network provider. This information was never relayed to me. When I called LGH billing, they said they have no control over how individual doctors bill. I told them I think this is consumer fraud! The consumer assumes that because the entity is listed as an in-network partner, that everyone under that umbrella is too. I told her if I had known otherwise, I would have made a different choice. They absolutely should disclose UP FRONT that the treatment you receive may not be covered even if LGH is listed as a participating partner. THEY DONT! So... if you go to LGH, to make sure you are covered, you should ask each person touching you if they are an in-network provider. SHAME ON YOU LGH!
One star beacuse i dont have a choice..this hospital is the worst of the worst.i went with a back pain 3 times already and they didnt gave nothing but a headache.true story.this hospital and state laws... more are sucks way behind
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 14.0% (2% below the national rate)
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