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Ratings for Grey Nuns Community Hospital
I went for a pneumothorax, staff were busy but efficient on Wednesday night. Saturday when I went to have the tube removed the male nurse Brennan was such a sweetheart. He really loves what he does and is dedicated to helping people. Nothing was quick, but with how many people are sick at the same time it's understandable that they're overwhelmed. Thankyou to the staff for everything, I truly appreciate their help when I needed it. There were some really rude people who felt they should be helped right now. Their sense of entitlement is what sparks the bad reviews. Don't be scared of this hospital, they do their best and that's all we can ask of them.
My friend passed away there . She was in palliative care and the staff treated all of us with loving care, the room was kept soooooo very clean and most of all my friend was looked after so well, she was in no pain and she was as as comfortable as she could be in all areas. Her husband as well.
Came in with appendicitis and it took 3 hours to see a Dr. Then 1.5 hrs for CT scan which confirmed that my appendix was twice the size of normal. Took another 4.5 hours for surgery and firming that time my appendix burst. Very disappointed at the lack of service provided. I would not recamend this hospital to anyone. Go somewhere else.
My wife and I had a great experience entering the hospital right until we left. The staff were amazing at attending to our needs and our baby's needs, they were great with our new daughter. And the way the docter kept a us calm and kepts us right on track, and the way she coached my wife through labour way amazing. We will definitely be delivering here again!
I was not scared going in as I trusted the surgeon and the hospital. I changed my mind by the morning of day 3. No one washed their hands or wore gloves. They used the hand sanitizer and ignored my comments and requests. They also deliberately used bandages and tape that I was allergic to and gave me shots of something else to combat the allergic reaction. Which caused heartburn so they gave me something for that which caused vomitting.....I had 26 staples and an unknown amount of internal stitches, throwing up or coughing hurt! Not to mention was dangerous. My surgeon said gooodbye the morning after my surgey and said I would be well taken care of by two other doctors. Like the bald guy wih no gloves and the clipboard and pen in his hands just prior to touching my abdomen? Like that guy? Or the neurotic female "who held my uterus in her hand during the surgery"? That one? All I could think about after she showed me my belly button was how hard did she squeeze it as thats exactly how it felt! When I freaked because I no longer have a belly button, she suggested I pierce a ragged piece of skin that jutted out over the belly button to hide my lack of belly button....complete moron! I insisted I be weaned off morphine and was a model patient so I could get out of there. I left with an infection which shocked my family doctor when I went to get the staples out, it wasnt healing around the missing belly button. I was surprised because it was a lot better since I got back home from the hospital so I was surprised to have to start antibiotics. I now see how much I needed them as a week later it has cleared up significantly. The interns and students do all the work and the senior staff stays out at the desk. They run back and forth and seemed interested forthe most part. I had a great private room but no real support and the god complex runs rampant there. The doctors come in early babble at you and run out the door. They have no answers and definitely dont come near you when there is a second set of eyes and ears. The food was good and so were those hot blankets.
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Dr. Julia Rouget's Latest Rating
Very caring and thorough, I would highly recommend her