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Ratings for Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital
Had an appointment for 2pm, Fracture Clinic, waited more than 2hrs.
Submitted May 19, 2015 | flag
I've gone to this hospital a few times for mental health reasons. With any hospital, waiting in emerg will always take long, so this I don't mind since the only pain I felt was in my head... I felt bad sometimes getting called in before patients that were visibly in pain. I was admitted to the children's psych unit in 2013 and again in 2014 at the adult psych unit. Despite feeling horrid, I felt a little at ease since most of the nurses are very friendly. Only one nurse in the children's unit was very rude. I believe the psychology dept. at this hospital is amazing and I highly recommend this place over Mississauga.
Submitted April 27, 2015 | flag
This hospital is a joke. After spending six hours to receive an ultrasound i was sent to emergency to receive my results only to find out the lady describing the results could not read the handwriting of the doctor who wrote the report. Due the unreadable handwriting the whole ultrasound and report had to be conducted all over again. What a nightmare Dr. Khan and all other staff "offcials" are
Submitted March 24, 2015 | flag
I went in with a kidney stone,I knew I had it,,I was told to typify my pain..you know the three that hurts most,kidney being second then I wait and whilst The Nurse sitting on her... takes my BP,right and ask the questions again about my pain whilst the Doctor write all the investigation to be do....Six hours later I am treated by another FP who has'nt even laid a hand on me...Im told I will not pass it, I did.......what if I really needed their helP?
Submitted March 12, 2015 | flag
I regret that I didn't read these review before we brought our one year old baby to this notorious hospital and allow the evils abuse him! here is my nightmare:
We encounted Dr. Deeth who is terribly irresponsible, coldblooded, unprofessional and rude . She was impatient to our questions and ignores our concern when we brought our baby to her. She and her nurses traumatized my baby's private area by roughly doing a simple urine test for fever. Neither did she help us nor apologize for her accident which cause my young baby suffering, the worst thing IS THAT she lied to the supervisor about the truth. We had a terrible experience with her and she is the worst doctor we've ever seen!
The hospital is terrible too, we registered at 7pm but got home at 2am! These nurses just enjoyed chatting and paid no attention to you, unless you asked them if the test result come out they wonld't just leave you in the waiting room for 5 hours. My husband saw the test result document in the stack half hour after test, but the nurse lied and said it just came. We wonder how could a hospital still running with such poor quality staff and doctors, it 's a shame to call people like dr.deeth DOCTOR which I usually see it as a respectful word!
If you don't want someone like dr deeth and her nurses to abuse and torture your kid, take them to sick Kids in Toronto no matter how far it's from you home.
Submitted March 2, 2015 | flag
Worst emergency room I have experienced. Not one doctor has seen my son over 6 hours waiting. This hospital should be better prepared for holiday coverage. What a shame !
Submitted Dec. 27, 2014 | flag
IF THE SAME personal is going to the new hospital ........dear god help us!
Submitted Dec. 4, 2014 | flag
My mom was admitted to this hospital and it was a nightmare, not only was there a mouse running around but the staff are not easy to work with. The nurses were very rude. VERY bad experience and dirty hospital.
Submitted Nov. 14, 2014 | flag
Horrible experience for my adult daughter who came in with suspected appendicitis. She was bleeding, had tenderness and much abdominal pain, and slight fever. Although she was supposed to be a fast track patient she was in the hallway and it took about 5 hours for an ultrasound to find 'inconclusive' evidence of appendicitis and then another 3 hours for a CT scan to find 'inconclusive' evidence of appendicitis. All this time she saw a doctor once and was treated like a nuisance by the ER nurses who didn't order pain meds (don't know what is going on yet) although she was in lots of pain. In fact the nurses ignored her, and me, when I asked about giving pain meds, and decided to move her bed further away down the hall so they didn't have to deal with us. All we could hear was the nurses laughing and giggling at the nurses station about something or another. Didn't sound professional. Finally the lab results showed ruptured bleeding cyst on her ovary, and a severe urinary track infection. They gave her a 'general' antibiotic and she was good to go...what?!!!!
Submitted Nov. 13, 2014 | flag
A hospital can be old and still provide excellent accommodation and care, something that is sorely lacking here. I endured four days in this hospital after major surgery and while I have nothing but praise for the skill of my surgeon and the rest of the OR team, the same cannot be said of the rest of the staff. With the exception of one nurse who was on the floor the first night of my stay after surgery, everyone else I encountered seemed to be perpetually annoyed and seemingly more concerned with making sure nothing got in the way of her break. From blood running down my arm, unchecked, after being given a needle, to pills left on my bed table without water in the jug, to some guy taking blood from my arm when I was half asleep and not putting pressure on the site resulting in a baseball sized bruise, almost every encounter was awful. The final straw was when I was left clinging to the door jamb about 3 in the morning, too dizzy to get back to the bed and the orderly who answered my rings after 5 minutes, came in and went back out leaving me there while she asked someone what to do. No thought as to maybe helping me back to bed first especially when I told her that I felt like I was about to pass out. This place is a law suit waiting to happen.
Submitted Nov. 13, 2014 | flag
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