...... A VERY HIDEOUS "HOSPITAL" , WITH A "NURSING STAFF"..........THAT I WOULD BEST DESCRIBE, AS NOTHING MORE THAN "WHITE TRASH" FEMALES.......NOT HAVING A " I Q" OF MORE THAN 50..........LAZY....STUPID... more ...REPULSIVE.... WHO APPEAR TO BE "FELONS"............ AND SHOULD NOT BE TAKING CARE OF PATIENTS.
........I HAVE ALSO NOTICED SEVERAL IDIOT "MEDICAL STAFF" AND "DOCTORS" , JOGGING AROUND THE PARKING LOT OF LUTHERAN HOSPITAL.......I GUESS THAT IS ALL THEY ARE GOOD FOR!
I don't understand the bad reviews here. I had heart surgery and the entire staff was competent and capable. It always disturbed me that two or three doctors would stick their head in the door and ask... more how I was doing so they could charge a fee, but the nursing staff and other professional team members were superior. They pretty much took care of every need I had and did it quickly. These people, especially Dr. Dave Kaminskas, deserve nothing but appreciation for the job you do. If you are sitting in an emergency room for 9 hours, it might not be an emergency. You were alive enough to complain. Appreciate what you have instead of complaining about what you don't have.
A close relative had surgery to remove a portion of lung due to Cancer, she is a life long non-smoker and in her 80's. We were told that there would be a possibility that the anesthesia administered could... more cause temporary mental issues, especially due to her age. The possibility became reality. Our loved one was seeing things that were not there and generally being unruly. Staff including Doctors, Nurses and other medical staff were very friendly and helpful.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.0% (1% below the national rate)
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