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If you are pregnant - especially in the 2nd trimester or earlier- AVOID the ER here if you have complications or suspect a problem. I went here at 15+ weeks for contractions. A RESIDENT (Jennifer Weidner) saw me in the ER- ask to see someone on staff and NOT a resident. She refused to send me up for an ultrasound and fetal monitoring. She didnt take me seriously and sent me home. They had taken blood samples (which I found out later were not tested- had they been, they would have seen elevated platelets and WBC). I returned a few hours later-delivering my dead baby. Again I had Weidner; long story short she almost sent me home AGAIN prematurely; at this point 2 OBs were called, told Weidner I could have hemorrhaged and required a blood transfusion later. After my D&E, no mention of what happened to my son's remains, no option for testing, no counseling. In the ER you will see a resident; ask to see an experienced doctor. Or,AVOID this ER altogether and find a non-teaching hospital.
Submitted Oct. 20, 2013
Staff and service are VERY GOOD. They really care and are dedicated to providing the very best care to patients. Very disappointed in the cleanliness of the waiting rooms, bathrooms and cafeteria. They are filthy. I cleaned my own chair in the cardiac waiting room before sitting in it and the rag was brown. If they are afraid of patients catching infections they need to invest in a cleaning staff that is rigorous. The cleanliness has not improved since my daughter was hospitalized there for 3 days 2 years ago. A dirty hospital is not a good value.
Submitted March 8, 2013