Humber River Regional Hospital

Humber River Regional Hospital

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Long Long waiting times. Service is poor.staff is not friendly. Worse waiting rooms..

Submitted Oct. 31, 2014

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I could not agree more with all of the terrible ratings I have just read. When my mother was there and the Dr. treating her was 'SUSPENDED' even the social worker said "it was a good thing".
Hospital is filthy with doctors who don't last more than 3 weeks. My mother required a small bedpan but after enquiring they said they did not have one. Retrieved one myself from another floor. Visitors come at all hours paying no attention to the hours. Dog on leashes in the halls. Woman in the next bed needed help eating, when her dinner came the nurse stuck a fork in the mashed potatoes and then covered it up to look as though someone "tried" to feed her. Lazy nurses and they are well paid. One nurse who came on said to me: "This hospital is not run like other hospitals, most times we do not have time to read the charts". The night my mother died I sat outside the nurses station and watched a light on at the end of the hall for 20 minutes. When the nurse finally answered it she said: so and so is whining like she is having a baby". Nurses in Critical Care stand around in groups talking. While in the Chapel the janitor yelled at me to MOVE somewhere else. This as my mother was dying. My brother went to the desk to ask for a Chaplan and the reply he got was "what is that". You can talk to anyone in 70 different languages but you cannot get your infection treated. I took my mother via ambulance to St. Joe's to get her situation straightened out but she had to return to the "snake pit" and even then with the proper instructions from her specialist they could not treat her properly and do their job. One Sunday I got off the elevator and there was a dead body just left there at the elevator. God help you if you end up there.

Submitted Oct. 27, 2014

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What a disaster..this place is a dump..worse they are totally inept ..DON'T GO HERE!!!!

Submitted Oct. 25, 2014

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I give this hospital less than a 1, my husband was brought to emerg by ambulance and it took them 8 HOURS to diagnose his heart attack! He is a very healthy man who lived a very heart healthy lifestyle but has been left with massive damage to his heart because of the irresponsibility and lack of knowledge of this hospital. The ministry should shut them down, forget a new state of the art location.

Submitted Oct. 21, 2014

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Had a real dreadfully time with Dr M d'Souza she don't know what she is doing n saying to patient and their family she need to go n get reevaluated thewe the person u should trus with ur love 1 n n they only make u believe 1 thing n do something les so all fellow readers don't for get the name Dr M d'Souza I for sure would never go thru those door again.

Submitted Sept. 25, 2014

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I rushed my two year old son to the hospital after he took a hard fall and smacked his head on the concrete. He had concussion symptoms and was vomiting. The hospital staff was very fast in having him seen by the Dr. They had to sedate him and perform a CT scan to make sure he had no bleeding in the brain. I was very nervous about him having the sedation. The Dr assured me that it would be okay and I was with him during the whole procedure along with the ER doctor , a respiratory specialist and a amazing nurse. The care he received went above and beyond my expectations. He was admitted for the night and watched carefully, the nurses made us as comfortable as possible. Yes the hospital is old, and looks dirty and needs some repairs however the new hospital is slated to open in a year and that one will be closed. I was unsure about the cAre we would receive with the comments on this page. We are not from here and at home we are blessed with brand new hospitals that are state of the Art and excellent Drs and nurses. I realized today that you can't judge a book by it's cover and that the number one thing on my list is the great care. Thank you to all the Staff in the ER, radiology department and the nurses on the paediatric ward for the exceptional care and compassion we received. From one very grate fully mommy of a crazy rambunctiousness two year old.

Submitted Sept. 14, 2014

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Extremely filthy washrooms and patient rooms. Complained about dirt in patient washroom where my mother was staying. How can a hospital be allowed to operate with all these faults. I have not heard one positive thing and certainly my review of how we were treated would cover a lot more than can be allowed here. Something needs to be done about this horrible place mascarading as a place where people can be treated with dignity and respect and treated for the reasons they came in there in the first place.

Submitted Oct. 25, 2013

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Horrible service, unfriendly staff, long waiting hours and cannot be trusted for proper and prompt healthcare.

Submitted Oct. 19, 2013

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We wanted to litigate, but because of the pain we endured due to my sister's sudden illness and soon passing, we decided that we couldn't relive the pain we. I still wish we had done something. But for now I'm speaking out by way of the internet. Thanks to everyone who has started to speak out; maybe our voices will be heard.

Submitted Oct. 12, 2013

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I cannot believe that this hospital still exists. Nothing will be done unless people and patients start to complain and refuse to be treated and make your voice heard anyway you need to. Unless they attract brighter minds, the new hospital will be exactly like this one. Who cares how many ways my new hospital bed moves or that all my information is computerized, if you don't have the medical expertise to give me. Their motto is that they care? What a joke that is. But is anything going to change, no because people accept that level of service and stay there. Horrible, just horrible.

Submitted Sept. 30, 2013


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