I am from New Jersey, when my doctor said I was going for my operation he said you can go to 1 or 2 places. California or Chicago.. I asked why He said because the east coast is way behind. They were... more just starting to perform this operation in NYC. So I asked him which he recommends? He said Chicago. SoI was at Rush in 1988 for the operation to correct my Seizure Disorder. This Facility was top of the line (back in 1988). The outcome is I"m seizure free since the operation. I still have seizure activity but that is controlled by medication.. Over all That operation saved my life. I work and always have before and after the operation.
I am in room 31 in the emergency room . I received terrible service . The older African American nurse that was assign to me around 2 pm was very rude . I needed help and press the button on my bed ,... more 20 minutes later came and yell at me saying what did I need ! She was busy. This hospital is ridiculous and unprofessional. Sitting here in this hospital is a big mistake . No one here takes responsibility or ownership. They don't care about the patients. Terrible!
Hospital experience/surgery for my son was good. Valet parking was a different story. Used the valet parking in front of 1725 W. Harrison. I have a new car and was preoccupied with getting my son home... more after 6 hours at the hospital. Noticed that there was mud in wheel wells and fenders behind wheels. Mentioned it to driver and did a quick walk around and didn't notice any obvious damage. They were in a hurry to get me away from the hospital...I should have taken that cue and inspected a little closer. The tire inflation pressure light came on. I should have turned around and went back but I had to tend to my son. Got him home and situated...noticed the damage to the front tire and rim. There was no damage on the car when it was dropped off. Called the Valet and they will not do anything about it because I left the hospital. I recommend to not use the valet...there are some very dishonest people working there. If you do feel like you have to use valet take a few minutes and go over your car carefully. They have you because most people leaving the hospital are not in the correct frame of mind and are usually more concerned about their patient then their car.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 17.5% (1.5% above the national rate)
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