Worst experience in an ER. The Doctor a Fellow actually lied to me and my husband. When I realized the blatant lie, I asked to speak to her again and she changed her story and became evasive and said she... more had to go see another patient. A Fellow a Doctor telling a blatant lie to a patient is unacceptable and there should be repercussions. On top of that I arrived via ambulance on a backboard with a neck collar and I never got out of bed they moved me from bed to xray and back. The attending Dr. came by for 2 minutes and Neither Him Nor anyone of the MEDICAL PERSONNEL did a basic check to see if I could walk, range of motion or anything before discharging me. I was talking to the nurse about my pain and another Male nurse chimed in to tell me I could write whatever I wanted and he didn't care and I was not even talking about writing anything at all. My husband asked for a wheelchair to take me to the car because it hurts to walk. The discharging nurse seemed bothered by the request and he never brought me a wheelchair never wheeled me to where my husband would pick me up, nothing. I left the hospital not being able to put any weight on my foot and not able to move my hip without pain. I truly felt disregarded and dismissed. It was an experience that left me feeling like I truly was irrelevant that they could not careless as to my medical issues. This was just subpar treatment.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.6% (0.4% below the national rate)
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