Ratings for Lionsgate
Had day surgery at this hospital yesterday 15 February. I can't say enough good things about the staff, and how they treated me. I really would like to thank the staff. Especially the recovery room. It was so pleasant to be treated as a human person. Very considerate, compassionate and caring staff. Thank you all you are amazing.
In a 4 bed ward sharing a bathroom is difficult and not very sanitary. The cleanliness is very poor...Kleenex on floor remained there for more than three days. There is little pride in doing a good job when outside companies are hired to clean....It is just a job, they aren't part of the team. So glad there is a drive to support a new patient tower with one bed with bathroom per patient...much better idea. The staff was very competent, cheery and caring. If you need to diet, its a good place to be as the food may be nutritious,? but it is often awful!! The care is though is excellent and that is the most important thing.
My wife had mastectomy surgery and met nothing but caring nurses day and night who put my wife to ease. Can't thank them enough. We noticed all the staff seemed to be happy working there which gives you comfortable feeling. Sure you have to wait for beds being available, but we were called to come in ASAP with a last minute cancellation. Surgery took place without delay
I went in with a construction accident. Made me wait 6 hours in terrible pain. Actually put people ahead of me with tiny slivers. Then failed to perform a simple 30 minute surgery after 3 attempts. Had to see a dr in Toronto to repair their garbage. Would try to avoid this place in the future.
great hospital, caring staff, excellent recovery room staff, very speedy recovery from major back surgery. the physio within the hosp however was dismissive, irritatingly brief, incompetent, incomplete and just plain awful. she was NOT at all a Lion's Gate rep....a freelancer I hope, I hope, I hope.
Lions gate was beyond dis functional. It would take pages to record the whole experience, but it included being sent home with a broken tibial plateau, being called back for surgery, being forgotten in admitting, being ridiculed in recovery, being discharged without supervision, being brought back, all in on long hellish ordeal. DO NOT go to Lions gate!!!!!!!!!,