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Ratings for Grey Nuns Community Hospital
My mother was admitted to emergency where I gave the nurse on call my contact information and explicit orders to contact me directly if there was any change in her condition. The next day I returned to the hospital to discover that my mother had been transferred to palliative care and was put under palliative sedation. I did not receive any notification from the hospital that this had occurred. Imagine how horrified I was to walk into a room and find my mother unable to respond and no one had contacted me. The head of nursing then tried to tell me there wasn't any record of my contact information. When I asked to see my mother's information, I quickly pointed out where my phone number had been written. I can never forgive this hospital for taking away my chance to say goodbye to my mother.
Evrything was good when i was there but they didn’t change the bed sheets of my bed for 3 days and even nobody came to clean the room and not to change the garbage bags for 3 days i spent in the hospital.these are the bad things about the grey nuns hospital..thank you
Thank you to all the staff that took care of me before and after my Emergency Surgery, I felt well cared for, I was checked up on regularly. My medical care for all other tests were consistent. Great Hospital, in fact I would request only to be brought there. The emergency Doctors did all the necessary tests to make sure I got the care/surgery needed!!!! L Veres
For this hospital to have a doctor like Dr. Chatney operating out of this hospital it is horrible. If I was the admin people I would get rid of him. Horrible surgeon who likes to hack people up and not care for afterwards. Very bad bed side manner. Horrible hospital.
As a patient recovering on unit 42, I sure didn’t appreciate the behaviour of two nurses that were on their night shift (Melissa and Dominique), simply rude, unprofessional and very uncaring. As a patient who was startled out of sleep, just a day after surgery, Melissa had no businesss speaking down and scolding me the way she did, patients are on this unit to recover after surgery not get lectured.
The care is absolutely horrible . They leave my dad in bed far too long, very little in way of getting any kind of rehabilitation so he can get out of there. My dad just lays flat on his back way to long. Next to nothing in way of OT or PT. Been in there for over 10 days with no SHOWER or any kind of clean up even though I have requested this at least 4 times. All I get for this from the nurses ; well will do it tomorrow and when tomorrow comes the showering never gets done. Also staff whether it's cleaning staff or nurses forget to put breaks on the wheelchairs and commodes and as a result my dad fell into the shower hurting his backside which he doesn't need after all he is going through. We didn't request this hospital for reasons such as these. In fact we begged to not have to go there but we were given no choice. Dad has been in this incompetent hospital several times: again by no choice of his own and has had nothing but trouble there. Very very disappointed. By far the worst hospital in Edmonton and we have been in every single one of them. Have 0 complaints about the 4 other hospital s in city; just the Grey Nuns.
Doctors at Grey Nuns Community Hospital
Dr. Jennifer Riess's Latest Rating
Best doctor I have ever had, and extremely helpful and supportive with prenatal care. Also great with kids! All round great person and doctor.
Dr. Michelle Fairgrieve-Park's Latest Rating
Overall a competent, empathetic, and phenomenal doctor.
Dr. Christina Dolhaniuk's Latest Rating
I have been going to Dr dolhaniuk for 5 years and I have to say she is the best there is!
Dr. Julia Rouget's Latest Rating
Fabulous Doctor. She is the best—very knowledgeable, compassionate, helpful and caring. Would recommend her any day. Excellent Doctor.
Dr. Tami Masterson's Latest Rating
Tami has been my Grand daughter dr since birth I Would never go to another dr even. Though it’s a travel it’s well worth it caring compassionate understanding.