Rate Royal Alexandra Hospital
Ratings for Royal Alexandra Hospital
Repulsive hospital. Filthy waiting room, NO WHEELCHAIRS AVAILABLE in the emergency department. (My spouse was unable to walk due to intense pain) I promptly left and took my spouse to Sturgeon Hospital in St. Albert instead. This facility is a disgrace.
Submitted March 16, 2015 | flag
It claims to be a teaching hospital but I am not sure who it teaches. As a patient I received no information from the surgeon, following my surgery and was sent home to face whatever might happen. I learned 5 months after the surgery that here was supposedly a resident on the urology unit. He/She was obviously not at all interested in patients as they were never seen and made no visits to patients. The nursing staff provide adequate care. other than that hope not to have to go there again.
Submitted Oct. 27, 2014 | flag
I have been mistreated poorly and was physically abused by two guards from the Royal Alexandra Hospital.
Submitted Sept. 30, 2014 | flag
Worst 30 days of my life... Doc is never around.. Nurses are just there for the cheque.. Dirty.. Old.. Disgusting... Feels more like a prison than a hospital. Unit31 is a joke
Submitted Sept. 23, 2014 | flag
terrible doctors and staff made my fiance break down in tears several times by with holding her pain meds for no reason they dont seem to care about their patience and most of the nurses are miserable old****s
Submitted June 29, 2014 | flag
After having surgery I developed a massive infection from the surgery and to return to the Royal Alex. I ended up in four bed ward, that became a six bed ward. They shoved two more beds into the center of the room. We had to share one very old bathroom. The fixtures looked like something from the 1970's. The room was cleaned once per day so the bathroom was really dirty, urine and blood spots on the toilet and floor. The room provided no privacy, it was hot and smelled. I was in a lot of pain and felt awful and can say it was the worst experience I have ever been through. I had to wait for over a week before I had the surgery to clean all the infection out of my chest. The Doctors and Nursing staff were really good and it's unfortunate they have to work in a place like this. The only people I fault for the condition of this Hospital is the Alberta Government, I can't wait for the next election.
Submitted May 1, 2014 | flag
I was rushed to the Royal Alex hospital via Ambulance ,as the small town I live doctors could not help me , I waited mier minutes while they cleared out and cleaned out a room as the Paramedics put me in the room , within seconds they had me hooked to machines and doctors in there , this was after I had been sick for 6 months with pneumonia .Within a few hours I had seen several specialists and they had decided to keep me , I was in the hospital for a total of 16 days , which sucked every minute but they wanted to get me better , and the nurses were insanely careing ( shout out to those folks in 6 west ) Great people and always making sure I was ok even though I kept forcing myself to do things on my own . From Doctors to People who would take you to get CT scan , or Ultrasound or whatever were great people . Its definitely a world class facility and the people of Edmonton are very lucky to have those nurses and doctors if they were so bad I would not be here to type this .
Submitted Jan. 7, 2014 | flag
Had 2 eye surgeries done here.... staff was very good as well as the facility
Submitted Dec. 2, 2013 | flag
this hospital needs a patient advocate...people who are there without family are treated like 2nd class citizens....they are all treated like street people. needs a goverment health and patient care audit..
Submitted Aug. 8, 2013 | flag
I had a c-section at Royal Alex in 2010 and was very happy with how I was treated by staff. All the staff were extremely emphathetic and reassuring that everything would be ok. The nurses in the OR were so nice and we even joked a little. A c-section is a major abdominal operation and the nurses really gave me peace of mind. The doctor who performed my c-section did not clip the cord right away in order to allow more blood flow to baby (which I did not request but would have wanted) and I got to have my baby on my chest nursing as soon as I was stiched up in Recovery, definitely less than 30 minutes after birth. Most of the nurses were great post-op, only had 1 that was very pushy and offered to take my baby away and give her formula, which was absord. I was discharged a day early because I was recovering well. Overall, I would recommend this hospital based on a very positive experience.
Submitted June 19, 2013 | flag
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