On 10-15-17 my husband and I came to St. Jospeh’s to welcome our first child into the world and I’m so thankful we chose this hospital. The staff and doctors are top notch, incredibly attentive and... more exceptionally caring. Being that this was my first child I was definitely terrified but the nurses, especially Christina, were amazing and gave me the confidence and reassurance that I needed to hear. Not only was my recent experience fantastic but this hospital has treated and saved the lives of multiple people in my immediate family (my father had sepsis and was admitted for 3 weeks and my niece was in the NICU for 2 weeks) and for that I will always trust St. Joseph’s to treat myself and loved ones.
I would not even give this hospital a rating horrible job caring for my father who passed away in March. Untrained staff, young and clueless. There were 2 nurse that I felt cared and had compassion but... more other than that even the doctors were rude. The only humanitarian I felt was the chapel man.
I am still with anger and feel that this hospital had some very young staff and was clue less. I had to tell them to turn my dad after 5 hours when clearly in the board it says 2.
Very upset and disappointing to see after traveling far to come see my dad. After my dad passing he came in his dream to ask my mom why did you take me to that hospital? "Did you know what they did to me?". I will leave it at that.....
Me and my wife had 2 twin boys back in April blessed little Angels... But the staff seem to just laugh and joke around like there not working .im upset because we spent months picking are child's name... more and for someone to be lazy and spell the name how they want to not right ! I've called and went down to talk to someone one they are telling me nothing can be done and deal with it . I did not sign the birth certificate they did that's not right . We do not have right as parents no more can't believe this. ( Im be updating my post and putting names out soon as I can to help worn poeple of the nonsense that going on there !! Lost for words how poeple get treated now
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 16.4% (0.4% above the national rate)
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