As my son is reaching one year old and I look back on my experience here I find it necessary to share. Back in may of 2016 I was 12 weeks pregnant and showed up to the ER with bleeding that wasn’t normal.... more I waited four hours before being seen because I wasn’t considered priority so others got put ahead of me. When I finally was seen they did a quick vaginal exam and told me I was miscarrying. As it was my first pregnancy and I was only 19 I trusted they knew best and left thinking I lost my baby. They didn’t do an ultrasound or anything else and I had told them I fell down the stairs a few days prior. In June we moved and I still felt pregnant so I took a test, it was positive. So I went to the clinic where we moved and they verified and set up an ultrasound. A month later(due to belief it was a new pregnancy) we went in and found out we were 20 weeks along with a baby boy. I emailed the hospital about my experience because I went through being depressed and no prenatal care for 2 months because of their lack of care. I got a small letter back apologizing but nothing more. This is not a place I will ever trust again due to the awful experience I now associate them with.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.6% (0.4% below the national rate)
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