Methodist hospital... if you have a family member admitted, don't leave them there alone because they will suffer...
Just terrible, it took 15 minutes to get assistance I should have learned... more the first time we were admitted... I've seen a lady struggle to make it to the rest room after pushing the help button and do to lack attention/caring, She didn't make it... I told the orderlies of the solution... There solution was to put this elderly women in an adult diaper... This is crazy! Now my family member in the same predicament, I ask the nurse for help that didn't come. Then I went to the counter where they chart down patient information... the clerk look at me then looked away. I waited to see if he would ask if I needed help? He never did. So I had to ask another nurse for help, the same one I'd ask 10 minutes earlier... and finally someone helped... but when she asked about the situation... aperently it was my fault for not trying to move the fresh out of surgery patient... I informed her that I was net employed by this hospital... I don't understand how people can be so jaded... A job filled with nobility and honor, but the people who work them, don't care at all... ???hello human kindness???
I give this hospital one star because so far my daughter and granddaughter are still living. But that's all. There is no joy surrounding the birth of my granddaughter, there is no wonderful bonding moments.... more Both are very sick, the staff didn't follow their own protocol so someone who shouldn't have a band, a bullet felon not allowed contact with children, had a baby band to see the infant who was transferred to another hospital and no one who actually had the capacity to love and care for hey can see where without her mother who is too sick to actually go to the hospital where the baby has been pretty much alone for six days. The mom signed out if Methodist too early because the baby was transferred and no one can see her without her physical presence. No one can take the violent hello off the baby band lost. No one can help me. It's been six days. My daughter haS spent the last 20 hours in the ER at Mercy San Juan where the baby ended up in NICU, unable get treatment because the staff in ER keeps moving her up with someone with a similar name. I hope when the staff at Methodist labor and delivery meet their maker they come up with a good excuse for their attitudes and actions. Both mom and baby are sick, baby from a common problem Group B Strep we still don't know what's wing with mom, but due to incompetence that began at the OB and carried forward through every phase of our families birth experience they have endured six days of unnecessary physical and mental suffering and the gauntlet isn't anywhere near being over. Our entire family has been robbed of previous bonding time with our new baby, or New baby has little to no human contact other that NICU nurses at Mercy who aren't willing to help me fix the baby band problem in anyway but otherwise have been great.Have your baby anywhere but here.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 16.2% (0.2% above the national rate)
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