Went to the ER was put in a room almost right away which was great. Then a nurse came and took a history blood and soon there after to get a ct scan. An hour after that the first doctor came in got a history... more did a few test and left very friendly. So from there we wait, in the 50 degree hospital freezing, for 5 hours without seeing a soul. Finally after a total of 6 hours of being there a new doctor comes in asks all the questions the previous doctor had asked earlier and then went and looked at all the labs done hours earlier to tell us nothing was wrong. It took 6 hours to run all the basic labs to come to the diagnosis of nothing is wrong. And to top it all off the second doctor was probably one of the rudest people I've ever come across. For the most part the rest of the staff in the hospital is nice but avoid the ER at all cost.
Brilliant place. I went to the E.R. and was in the back within 30 minutes. That's a grand record for ANY hospital I've ever been to. I'm never going to Comanche County Memorial again after the experience... more I had with Southwestern.
These doctors are some of the most sincere, analytical and thorough I've EVER been to. They made sure no detail was overlooked, answered every question I had, and were extremely considerate the entire time.
Even when it came to having my blood drawn, I'm generally very difficult to get blood from. This is the first place where they drew successfully with the first stick (PAINLESSLY), and that's a huge shocker to me. When I tried CCMH, they tore up my veins trying, and left a foot-long bruise from my wrist on upward. The nurse that took my blood here at SWMC made it look effortless.
SWMC gets five stars, easily. They took a little longer with lab tests for blood work and metabolic screening, but that's probably because of the process involved, and the sincerity in their effort makes it well worth the wait. Dr. Ross and Dr. Oliver, a huge thumbs up to you both. Thank you for your patience.
For anyone that wants a place that actually cares, go here. In comparison to CCMH, this place beams and Comanche County doesn't hold a candle.
I had a shoulder replacement on Thursday and wanted to post about what wonderful care I received from their dedicated and friendly staff. Starting with admitting, check in volunteers, Lorie in Pre-Op,... more Nancy and the OU students, Holly and Merritt the CRNAs, Regina and Sarah in Recovery, floor nurses Jackie, Brianda, Mary, Hanna and Jeannie. I'm sure there were many more that assisted during my stay. A big THANK YOU! to my Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Stephen Davenport and my friend Dr. Wayne Johnson for assisting. My experience could not have been any better!
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.6% (0.4% below the national rate)
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