I normally do not write reviews but I feel compelled to do this (second time as the 1st got deleted by mistake)
I just came home from Somerset Hospital a colonoscopy procedure and I for the... more bulk of my life, I don’t do medical doctor stuff. (1952) Contrary to my misbeliefs and many experiences of others in the area I want to say this was one of the most enjoyable experiences of my life.I have never had a “Doctor’, now I have Dr John Nicholson, DO Family Practice so please understand what is motivating me to write this review. It is to help others who may be in that same indecisive moment. I have a manager that if not for the moment of his procedure, they found and removed cancer and if not discovered right then, he would not be here today. Thank you for your coaxing to me Jason or I would have avoided this yet again.
My procedure was preformed by Dr Mohammad Javad Saadat, MD and when I awoke, I had felt just wonderful and I asked him if I could give him a hug and he replied “I never pass up a hug” and we hugged. This is how the World is supposed to be. His operating room staff and my anesthesiologist were so kind, connecting and caring, like Family taking care of me. I thank GOD. I invited them to come by my home for a swim “mi casa es su case" (formal) make yourself at home; literally “my house is your house”
They said to do it again in 10 years and I will without hesitation at this hospital.
I hope this helps you decide to make Somerset Hospital your medical home away from home. Just wonderful !! Thank you all
I was there a few months ago, i had suicidal thoughts so i was sent to the 4th floor at the hospital. And i must say it was a horrible experience and didnt help what so ever. It's a shame that people have... more to deal with mental illness then you get stuck in a place like that for days, being fed the same medicine as everyone else, as if everyone was the same, with nurses who were nice,yes, but you can tell that they really did not care about their patients, just there for the paycheck. The dr said how he would get the same patients 20+ times, yeah because obviously you can't do your job. I cant see how the inpatient hospitalization there helps anyone who is suicidal. You just feel trapped and just lay in a bed all day with absolutely nothing to do. The nurses would have activities written on the board to help but they would never do them. Then the nurses would just hide in there little office the whole time, not acknowledging anyone. I was the youngest patient there at the time, with others as old as 98. And they got treated like trash, as if a 98 year old can help some of the things they do. Such a shame and such a sad experience. Very dissappointed
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.3% (0.7% below the national rate)
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