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Ratings for St. Mary's Hospital Center
I was born at St Mary's, all my children were born there. I've been treated there for 2 broken arms, strep throat and an infected cyst. Every time I've been there I have had the best medical care and all the staff are always so nice. It's the best hospital in the world and I would never even dream of going anywhere else.
I was born at St. Mary's and my 3 children were all born there. Over the years I have been treated for 2 broken arms, a broken finger, strep throat, and an infected cyst. Each and every time I have received the best medical care and the staff - everyone from attendants, secretaries, nurses, doctors, surgeons....were all exceptional. Best hospital in the world and I would never dream of going elsewhere!
Submitted Sept. 23, 2015 | flag
Overall a very good hospital center. I would not hesitate to go back to St. Mary's Hospital Center.
Submitted Sept. 16, 2015 | flag
where do i begin with this shame of medicine called st-mary's hospital.
1 - In 2010 I go to emergency room for an issue, several doctors see me and give me a diagnostic for something else in some other area where the pain is. 2 weeks afterwards, same pain occurs, I go to general hospital who finds and fixes the problem.
2- Had 2 family doctors, both are resident students. First was very nice and okay, although I never really went anywhere with her. She finishes her residency 6 months after and another one comes in and handles my file and from there on it went downhill. Does not really listen to you, interrupts you in the middle of your speech and just gives you the diagnostic; hell she even once gave me a dose of a medicine that does not exist on the market.
In both cases they just diagnose you and say we will give you this medicine and they go sign it by their supervisor and comeback. In over 20 visits, they never came back with a different medicine or ask more questions.
I changed to royal victoria /Mcgill and it is night and day. The resident (yes another student) listens, takes his time of asking questions gives me a plausible diagnostic and medicine. He goes to his supervisor and sometimes comes with a slightly different diagnostic and other medicine than the one he wanted to give me beforehand.
In 4 months I have done more stride than 3.25 years with the incompetents at st-mary's
Submitted July 21, 2015 | flag
J'ai d'abord été traitée pour une terrible fracture de la jambe droite en 1970; j'y ai accouché en 1978; j'y suis maintenant suivie pour un cancer du sein et je n'irais pas ailleurs; délai court entre la biopsie, la chirurgie et la prise en charge en oncologie. Je suis 100% satisfaite. Merci
Submitted July 14, 2015 | flag
À peine 6 mois après avoir été opérée au pied droit à Ste-Mary. Le siège du métro sur lequel j'étais assise s'est décroché et je suis tombé par terre avec le siège par-dessus le pied... droit! La douleur était endurable mais mon pied enflait à vue d'œil. La clinique de mon orthopédiste m'a conseillé de me rendre à l'urgence de l'hôpital où a eu lieu la chirurgie. Le meilleur des conseil: arrivée, triage, rencontre avec médecin, radiographies et lecture des résultats, tout ça en + ou - 2hres. Wow! Finalement, les nouvelles étaient bonnes, rien de cassé, mettre de la glace et repos pendant quelques temps. Merci centre hospitalier St.Mary.
Submitted June 30, 2015 | flag
I was born at St. Mary's many, many years ago and even my mother said she was very well cared for when all 3 of her girls were born. I lived close by for years and my doctors work there, so I am there quite often. I have yet to meet a doctor who is not very competent there - or a nurse, technician, orderly, etc., etc. Everyone helps everybody else and the patients themselves and the place runs like clockwork. I feel so safe and well taken care of when I am there.
Submitted April 15, 2015 | flag
I went to St-Mary's emergency several times and I think it's getting worse over time. Tonight I went there with my friend because she had high blood pressure (162/95 which is according to their triage nurse who doesn't even speak good English or French isn't high enough) as well as nausea, dizziness, huge headache. We were not able to see the doctor at all and four hours later decided to go to the Jewish General instead. If I had enemies I would recommend this hospital to them. I thought it's called EMERGENCY for a reason but unfortunately during the night time there is no doctor to look at your test results and prescribe you the right medication. One more thing is that the security doesn't look to do their job letting several people (teenage) to go into empty triage rooms. This place is a joke.
Submitted April 13, 2015 | flag
Great hospital! Have been seeing a wonderful woman ophthalmologist at the ophthalmology clinic and could not be more satisfied. The clinic is very well run and very nice, looks brand new. Had cataract surgery 2 months ago by laser (...yes, laser! only hospital that has this technology). The nurses in the pre-op area were just fabulous, as was my surgeon.
Also delivered both my children there by ceasarien section and felt very cared for during my entire hospital stay both times.
Love this hospital. Has a much more homey feel about it than most other hospitals.
Submitted April 13, 2015 | flag
AL DUHAN SURGERY 1980, MY WIFE RHONDA DUHAN, 1990. WE ARE EXCELLENT. THANK YOU OUR STAY THERE WAS GREAT. LOVE JOHN SUTTON. AL
Submitted Feb. 28, 2015 | flag
Both my parents have been treated at this hospital. The staff is amazing!
Submitted Feb. 21, 2015 | flag
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