I saw Dr. Asilinia for my first visit. I have been having symptoms for six months and finally I felt like I was going to get a diagnosis and a course of treatment and some relief. Her assistants could... more not have been more nice or thorough. Dr. Asilinia asked me questions I had not even thought about. She was kind and listened to every word I had to say and didn’t make me feel like what I had would run its course like previous doctors had. She gave me a special diet to follow for 2 weeks, got me scheduled for a colonoscopy, and best of all, dictated the notes of our visit right in front of me so I was able to make two corrections!! Her nurse told me to call her at any time if I had any questions until my next appointment! I cannot tell you how I felt that I walked out of there like a fog had been lifted. I’d been so depressed and a prisoner in my home for fear I would have an accident. I highly recommend KU Med! I will go no place else in the future for any treatment for any specialty. I just have a feeling the entire hospital is run the same way. But if you any gastroenterology problems, see Dr. Asilinia!
This hospital is a joke!! They have hurt me and traumatized me twice now. I will never come back!! I was here two and a half years ago and I was so traumatized my husband had me moved to a different hospital... more and I did outpatient therapy for 6 months because of what happened to me. I was in for internal bleeding and ended up getting septice while I was here. I complained of a headache one morning when the doctor came to my room. She grabbed my ponytail as hard as she could yank my hair tie out started looking around in my hair. I asked her what she was doing And told her she was hurting me. She said she was looking for head lice I said how does head lice make me have a headache. She said because you're a dirty and nasty person. Which I'm not I'm very clean and I have OCD. Then she put somebody in my room because she said I gave myself septice how in the world am I going to give myself septice. That makes no sense at all this person followed me everywhere I went I couldn't even pee in private. Which made me start having flashbacks of being hurt as a child. Now I'm back with internal bleeding and severe tachycardia. I did not have to wait to be put in a room but I waited for hours before anybody would give me nausea medicine. Then the GI doctor came in and grilled me like it was an police investigation. I was in severe pain and ask for pain medicine but was refused. The next morning the hospitalist came to my room told me I was faking it and he was waiting on GI to see what they were going to do but he did not think they were going to scope me. GI I finally showed up at 6:30 and attempted to tell me that she was going to send me home that night and the reason she wasn't going to scoop maybe wad becuase the propofol is bad for your mind when you get older and she doesn't want me to have problems with my mind as an elderly person. And if I start bleeding I just need to come back. I called my lawyers this morning they told me to let them discharge me and we will be suing for negligence and malpractice!! I will never come back here or use any of their services or go to their sister Hospital
Took my wife who was in excruciating pain from what was determined to be three blown disc in her lower back.
We arrived at the around 7pm and after checking in told to wait in the waiting room. ... more />
Which we did for two hours before being finding called back to a room, where we waited an additional four hours before they even address her pain. In all we waited 12 HOURS!!! This is totally unacceptable service! One positive note was our nurse Tim but other than that it was a horrible experience that no one should of had to go through.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 16.5% (0.5% above the national rate)
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