I had a family member that was an establishes pt with Dr. Blessings Nollah for esophogeal cancer and was newly diagnosed with brain cancer and brain bleed and was never seen by a cancer doctor in over... more 24 hours. The neurologist, Dr. Baker, came in one time and did not answer questions because we needed to talk to Dr. Vijay Goyal who said she was stable on Saturday and he would see her on Sunday. She was having neurolical deficits. On Sunday Dr. Goyal, who was on call never came in because she had her own doctor. Dr. Nollah called her and said she didn't want to toot her own horn but she has been there and is doing all she can after my family member wanted transfered to James Cancer but would not come to see her. The nurses avoided the family and the patient didnt get appropriate care. They barely checked on her or communicated with her or the family. So uncaring and unprofessional it is a disgrace to those in the medical field. Not one of them talkes to her about how she was feeling overwhelmed, scared and giving up in front of them....no social worker no spiritual support not even an I am sorry. So it was decided by patient and family to transfer her to James Cancer after attempting to communicate concerns to house supervisor who never showed her face for conversation. Where is the patient involvement in the plan of care? Non-exsistent! So disappointed and just want everyone to know that you may not get proper treatment from this establishment or these physicians. By the way she was admitted to ICU at OSU, a place that stable patients dont see during their hospital stay! That is scarry itself!!!
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.3% (0.7% below the national rate)
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