I was there to visit my brother, and the ER doc, Terry McCuiston, MD, was totally rude and a complete jerk to my brother. So, therefore asked for a different provider and Terry McCuiston threatened to... more call the police. I simply asked him for a different provider. I asked him why he would call the police for asking a question, and he walked off. I began to realize how things work in that county. Never go there!
I left work to go to the ER because I didn't have time to make an appointment for my actual doctor at primary care and I was hoping to get fast medical attention so I could return to work. I had a yeast... more infection, I bought monostat for myself and it didn't work. In fact, it made me worse so that's why I went to the hospital. The nurse brought me to my room, and then left I guess to get my charts or whatever. I overheard the nurse talking about me saying I shouldn't even be at the hospital and I should have just went to Walgreens. She included some profane language, which I censored out for this review. Next the nurse came in to exam me and she paid no attention to how much pain i was in. She also barely looked at me, maybe a few seconds tops. They did nothing else for me during my visit besides tell me I must have an std and that I should go somewhere else to get more tests ran. They prescribed me a medication that is also making me feel worse. I have been to the ER twice before I had way better service. This experience I just had makes never want to return.
Richard Wilson, the night shift doctor, clearly had better things to do than his job. He came in irritated, ROLLED HIS EYES, and left within 2 minutes. Never even tried to figure out what the real problem... more was, just acted like he knew before listening to what was actually wrong. He was very unprofessional, telling me a stabbing pain in my GROIN was a pulled muscle in my hip just because it hurt more when he moved my leg. How would you know just from that? But I guess he didn’t care. RICHARD WILSON needs to find a new career.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 16.5% (0.5% above the national rate)
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