I've been to hospitals in MD. I have a chronic disease that is kind of rare. Every time I need to go to the ER's in Montgomery County, MD, I'm treated like a drug seeker and the staffs are always rude... more and the doctors swear they know about the disease then try to give something I can't have. Then blame me for it. Today, I went to Sibley. I was seen within 10 minutes and taken right to the back. I am a tough stick to get blood and start an IV. They were nice not to keep sticking me and got out the ultrasound machine. The first Doctor I have (Abele I think) was compassionate and caring. The doctor (her last name began with an S)who took over for her was also friendly and compassionate.
Nicole was an awesome nurse and was always there when needed. The one thing that could have been different was that I did not have an allergy bracelet and I am allergic to a lot. So, I felt like I was repeating myself a lot. If I ever need ER services again, this is where I'll go.
I've been going to this hospital for the last 40 years. It has always been one of the nicest hospitals in the area. Now it's under a new ownership and management my Johns Hopkins... it is still a wonderful... more place to be if you're not feeling well. They will take good care of you here. I just have to add the new bathroom doors in the emergency room are super heavy and hard to open specially if you're not feeling well or you are an elderly person
The first two times I came here everyone was so respectful and very caring. I had to come to this er on Monday Augs 1st due to sever Stomach pain and Nurse Angela
DR Agrai was amazing and went above... more an beyond to take care of me they were the most respected and caring people i have meet in an er room and hospital. Nurse Angela was the best nurse I have ever had any medical place. Then the day nurse Leslie was the most disrespectful person I had ever meet she slam my door in my room then took I IV pump and disconnected and said you need the meds and any time i ask her for anything she would get pissed. I had to come back to the er cause I was getting worst and the Doctor Eltaki was very rude and disrespectful and told me I should of went to the military hospital then here. I won't be coming back here again it's like that saying one bad seed can destroy a place and it has
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.0% (1% below the national rate)
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