Honestly the worst ER room I've ever been to with my fiancé. They will not take you seriously unless you are near death, and maybe not even then. The waiting room is dirty with the smallest parking lot... more ever. The 1st time we went, the doctor immediately got her gender wrong(idk how, he had a chart in his hand of her info), they had us sit in the empty waiting room for 6 hours until she was throwing up and in severe pain. Then they told her the scans would take 30mins to come back but let her know not 10mins later that "the scans showed nothing". Did they even check?! Went to another hospital and found out it was a large kidney stone that needed immediate treatment. The waiting room staff and doctors/nurses couldn't care less and make that well known, stomping around, glaring at everyone and giving bullsh*t answers. They are biased against anyone who are not Christian and anyone who is not heteronormative or neutotypical. Do yourself a favor and avoid this place if you can. I don't know why they're still open. Someone needs to do something about that.
Exceptional surgeon dr paul cristostomo i would drive across state lines to have him be my dr sgain. This mans bedside manner is. Second to none. And loyola has scored majorly to have him working there... more again.i havd seen dozens of drs snd ths man is completely special. You know hes up there when the staff praise him as much as you do as the mere patient..thank you dr paul.
I had a very poor experience at the emergency room at Gottleib. Prior to going in, I had surgery and had taken one pain pill that morning. My family took me to Gottleib frightened because I was shaking,... more my hands were curled, and had trouble recalling basic events. When I Before even looking up my medical history, the nurse told my mother that I was high on drugs and the doctor seemed to follow suit. I was horrified and asked them to check me for drugs because I knew that wasn't the issue. Despite having a history of epilepsy, the doctor didn't look at my medical records or history until I was about to be discharged. He never even did a physical exam on me. I would never take someone I loved to Gottleib. The hospital is owned by Loyola, but the doctors are not the same. It wasn't until hours later that I realized I'd had a seizure. They made a scary situation absolutely traumatizing.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 16.6% (0.6% above the national rate)
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