The team in the ICU were incredible. So many b.s complaints I'm reading on this thing. Generally they all go something like, I waited in the E.R. for 5 hours to be seen then just left and went home....wow.... more Here's a tip for those road scholars. The E.R. isn't for runny noses or minor boo boos. It's there to save people who are actually dying you entitled little assholes. If you waited hour's and clearly lived you weren't seen for a reason, you shouldn't have been there to begin with. EMERGENCY means dying,bleeding out, organ failure,heart attack, gun shot wounds(that are life threatening) babys coming, c sections, car accidents, poisonings, compound fractures and so on. So there ya have it. These people save lives every day...every day. So if your waiting? Be thankful because there's someone who's actually dying, fighting for their lives in front of you. If your life is on the line they will do whatever they can to save it. Thats enough for me.
Literally waiting two full hours with our one year old son with a possible concussion. While the staff walks around doing little to nothing. Terrible customer service. This is a shame! This place should... more be closed down for how long it takes for them to treat patients. There's no excuse whatsoever.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 13.5% (2.5% below the national rate)
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