Rate South Calgary Campus
Ratings for South Calgary Campus
Went to emergency here after being in extremely pain for several days. Pain so bad that I'm throwing up from it. The doctor suggested I'm a drug addict and said he wouldn't be helping me with my pain. The only test he did was an x-ray which after being treated like complete garbage, I didn't even stay to find out anything. He said he wasn't going to help me anyways, so why stay and pay for parking to get treated that way. I'll find out the results some other way than having to deal with that doctor ever again. Feel bad for anyone who gets stuck with him. The hospital itself is nice, but I've never been so insulted in my life. And I'm back at home in severe pain that I can't get under control. I'll never go to that emergency room again and will persuade others not to. Terrible service.
I had a successful bilateral knee replacement operation by Dr. Stephen Miller. I was very impressed how the Bone and Joint Clinic operates. My family physician refered me to the Clinic in November 2015. I had my first meeting January 6, 2016. My operation was March 1, 2016. The process was informative, quick and transparent. Each time I visited the South Calgary Campus I was impressed how business like the environment was. No delays and direct responses to my inquiries. Most important to me, the staff was excellent. A special thank you to Trish, "Nurse Alice", each physiotherapist, and the competent nurses who helped me with my recovery. I appreciate what your team ar the South Calgary Campus did for me. Life is great thanks to you!
The most horrible experience, specifically in the ER department. Lacking knowledge and assessment, luckily my mother did not pass away.
I was sent to the ER with a copy of my CTscan and a letter from my doctor. The ER staff were good. The pharmacist who came to see me prior to being admitted was awful! She would not listen as I tried to explain what medication I was on despite the fact that she had already printed off a list from my own pharmacist. She then refused to prescribe 3 of my medications! Not knowing my history or my relationship with my doctor or my pharmacist I found this outrageous. I was in so much pain and was being admitted for bowel reconstruction I did not have the energy to voice my concerns in front of the other people sitting in the room. The surgeon was great. I spent 10 days in the hospital and was left in a cubicle with no windows, curtains drawn around me and no lights on. Apart from blood work done, nurses checking my vitals nobody seemed to care or speak to me until they were anxious to discharge me!! It was a terrible experience. My throat 3 weeks later is still raw from having tubes rammed down it and half of my tooth was broken off!! When you have had emergency surgery and are frightened and alone it would be appreciated if someone took the time to show some compassion and consideration to how you might actually feel. I also did not appreciate a pharmacist diagnosing me and telling a doctor how and why I had my issue not knowing ANYTHING about my medical history!!!!
I had an abdomen surgery at SHC on Oct 19. Was in the hospital for a day and a half. Had an excellent experience right from reception for admitting to discharge. All the nurses (wish I remembered their names) who attended me were very caring, friendly and extremely professional. The nurses on evening duty made sure that my husband was comfortable staying overnight also made him a sandwich from the pantry/snack bar because he had missed dinner and the food place at the lobby was closed. I highly recommend this hospital. Big thank you to all the nurses :)
Very bad service every time you go for ur appt still have to wait so long short staff etc and very mean