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nothing good to say about the emergency area. I think the worse thing was how dirty it was. Definitely had to come home after my 6 hours there and have a hot shower. I feel most nurses do their best under awful conditions
Submitted April 7, 2015 | flag
some of the doctors are fine, but almost all administrative staff and nurses are very rude and unpleasant. They make you sick to your stomach and never want to see them again. Long wait at emergency, unbelievably rude and cold staff, makes me sick to even think about them, why do they work in a hospital if they are so nasty and cares about nobody?
Submitted March 3, 2015 | flag
Writing 2 hours and staff is so disorganized at urology
Submitted Feb. 5, 2015 | flag
My opinion has changed dramaticly over the last 2 years..... Horrible drs who dont answer the phones when i left messages, 4 month wait only to find out its a 6-8 month backlog for a support group, by mail!
Submitted Jan. 21, 2015 | flag
Piece of shut this hospital is. Crooks and liars. Fake doctors. It's like the Truman show in this hospital. Every one is an actor. There are no real doctors or nurses here. Just a place to get worse. They take oaths and do not follow them. They are only there for each other and to make money. Swipe your ohip card and that's as good as it gets. This place needs to be shut down and investigated by a team who is not hired by Ontario ministry of health. A complete outside review should be done. Do not go here people unless your looking to get worse and potentially have serious harm done to your health by these fake doctors. This entire hospital is a shame to any good establishment out there. A corrupt system with corrupt doctors. No knowledge of anything.
There rule is" do not question us. You do not have the right to question your health. Only we decide. Otherwise go somewhere else" free ohip is a joke. You get what you pay for and this hospital best describes that sentence. Clowns.
Submitted Dec. 13, 2014 | flag
Crashed my bike and went to emergency at about 10:20pm in severe pain as I felt like I had broken ribs. Left the hospital just before 3 am in the morning. 4 and a half hours to get an x-ray, tetanus shot and prescription for pain meds for bruised ribs. I was thirsty so my girlfriend asked a nurse for some water and she told her to go to Tim Horton's in the lobby. When my girlfriend came back to tell me, the patient in the next bed pointed out the water and ice dispenser just 20 feet away. The same nurse came by later offering water, perhaps her coworker overheard my comments and spoke to her. The doctor was fine but it was over 3 hours wait before I saw her and another 20 min wait for the x-ray. The nurse who gave me the tetanus shot and pain meds was also fine. Had to pay $16 for parking near emergency.
The socialist healthcare system is broken and collapsing fast.
Submitted Aug. 13, 2014 | flag
I was 25 weeks pregnant feeling unusual pain and tightening in abdomen, it made me panic and I was alone at home. I called for emergency, arrived at credit valley. One nurse complained to my face, the ambulance is not a free ride. What constitutes an emergency for a pregnant woman, (who was alone at home and had no help)? Do we all have to bleed all out in order to "get a ride?"
Submitted June 10, 2014 | flag
I have had quite a few VERY bad experiences in the ER department for me and my kids, wait times were horrific, tests weren't run that should have been run (requested by my GP)and so on, but, I did have both my children in this hospital and the care was fantastic in L&D and in the mom and baby section. I really can't praise this department enough, but i don't think i would ever go back to the emergency room.
Submitted April 11, 2014 | flag
I've been going to Credit Valley Hospital since 2000, after getting salmonella poisoning, I've been to the emergency department to many times to count but everytime I've gone, I've aleays been treated with respect, I understand some of the comments that other people have posted about the er dept & yes depending on what ur there for the nurses & some of the doctors can be very disrespectful. I'm one of the many few who are prone to getting kidney stones but everytime that I have gone to ths er, all the doctors have been supberb, although there are a few nurses who shouldn't be in this field. Recently in 2011 i was admitted to the hospital for kidney stones & I was always treated with respect, the staff all knee me & everytime I came in they knew to just hook me up to an iv because of the pain I was enduring. I think Credit Valley is the best hospital & anyone would be lucky to get Dr. Lewis, Dr. Jones, these 3 female doctors.are the Greatest.
Submitted Jan. 11, 2014 | flag
since the new management team took over, the hospital has gone down hill. The CEO has to get her head out of the sand and focus on pt care, not her own agenda. If she truly cared about the patients in the hospital the hospital would have maintained the standards that Mr. Dean Sane had implemented. Need new management team. RN's what is wrong with you, get yourselves a union. Do you have so little respect for your profession that you don't want a union. Every other professional body has a union. Almost every hospital in Ontario has a union...Don't think you are special, just the opposite, stupid is more like it.
Submitted Aug. 30, 2013 | flag
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