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Ratings for Royal Jubilee Hospital
Long term stays can be horrible and you see and hear things that you would never be aware of in short term. Some nurses give lazy a new meaning, refusing to answer bells, yelling at patients who are a little difficult. Complaints go nowhere, nurses are not always charting and some will even disregard dr's orders on meds. Patients are not bathed often enough. I could go one with more and some things quite disgusting by nurses. Not all nurses are bad some are very good but with so many that this is just job not a career they should give pt's a break and become waiters or waitresses. No one seems to know what is going on - disgusting
Submitted Nov. 16, 2015 | flag
My daughter age 1.5 put her tooth through her lip and needed stitches, not only were the staff fantastic, we were in and out in four hour. They do not have a pediatric ward but the staff were set up with toys and things for distraction and were so great with my daughter and let me be right in there. Much thanks
Submitted Nov. 16, 2015 | flag
I spent 1 day at RJH fora planned day surgery. The experience was excellent in every way. The nurses were kind and professional and the surgeon along with the anesthesiologist listened to my concerns prior to the surgery preformed. I felt safe which made me feel less anxious thereby reducing my pain level and recovery time. Thank you for all your hard work and being so caring.
Submitted Oct. 9, 2015 | flag
One thing all the nurses on floor eight don't keep there month shut the broken there conduct about private with patient I was there there was a SIGHNS about infection deases I watch her she never shut the door so people can catch it , she run out with the same close this need to be corrected.
Submitted Sept. 27, 2015 | flag
The staff at this hospital has always been amazing, and the quality of care has been a good safe caring experience every time I have been there. Doctor Lodia and Dr. Partlow were absolutely amazing, from the girl with - the NOT SO gout foot - Thank you so much!!!!! My kids thank you!
Submitted Sept. 23, 2015 | flag
I hadn't realized that nurses have become extinct, and have been replaced by hard-partying, tattooed, stupid mega-loudmouths, who are unable to listen, and speak as if to a deaf child.
Neither had I known that mentioning a wheat allergy would get me starved all week except for a daily sheet of cement that promptly broke my dental bridge.
The moral? Eat anything, and disregard any allergies, while pretending you have never seen a nurse, or have any idea what a nurse is, looks like, or does.
You'll be fine.
Submitted July 23, 2015 | flag
Had to stay for more than a week. Floors were absolutely filthy. Cleaners came randomly and late at night. No bedding change. The overnight attendant for our room of 4 patients was indeed a 'Nurse Ratchet', arguing we me about medication, I was there for grafting surgery. Her cleanliness/hygiene was astonishingly poor. While making her rounds one night, the chap before me had a urinary condition and a catheter set up to drain into a receptacle for measurement. When she came to me next, I noticed she had no gloves to remove, nor did she wash her hands! Imagine my disgust when I refused, only to be berated and rudely told of summoning Security to 'assist' me. One week after I was discharged, the newspaper reported that my ward and entire wing was closed due to a scabies outbreak! No, I will not go back to that facility.
Submitted July 22, 2015 | flag
Absolutely the best hospital in town. I, unfortunately, have had multiple surgeries in the last 6 years. Several of them have been emergencies. I have always got great care. The staff are friendly, helpful, knowledgeable with terrific senses of humor. The food is good considering it is institutional. It is quiet, clean and the support staff are wonderful.
Submitted July 5, 2015 | flag
The ER was extremely unprofessional when my husband was brought in after being drugged at a bar. He has never used drugs before and when I tried to explain to the nurse that he had fallen and became unconscious, she told me that she knows he drank too much and he would be fine. She refused him help until I got very upset and then she let him "sober-up" but never had a doctor see him. She then told me to go home and they would call me when he was ready to be picked up. When I insisted on staying, (because he was unconscious when we arrived and didn't know where he was) she informed me he would "figure it out by all the doctors and nurses walking around". Thankfully he ended up being okay several days later, but had no recollection of the night or the following day.
The nurse was not only rude but extremely unprofessional and put my husband at risk with her blatent disregard for his life and well being.
Submitted July 2, 2015 | flag
i was being treated for cancer and spent a few days in an isolation room last fall.. everyone was awesome!! the be patient care centre is fantastic.. the view from my room was beautiful.. so many awesome improvements over the old hospital.. the biggest thing for me is cleanliness.. the old place was filthy and not well cleaned at all ( i spent a month there and i saw what was done in patient rooms!)
in the PCC i was quite comfortable and the nursing staff were A-1....
the folks in nuclear medicine are top notch and so darn friendly and helpful also!
over all this has been a positive and supportive time..
karla port hardy
Submitted April 23, 2015 | flag
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