Rate North York General
Ratings for North York General
Went to the ER with worries of a miscarriage. -ER physician and RN were very kind & compassionate -Ultrasound tech in medical imaging department was insensitive & unprofessional. - Unfortunately I waited an extra 2 hours waiting for an injection they forgot to order for me. My friend confirmed they “missed” me, but they corrected the issue immediately.
Dreadful My daughter had a baby and hemorrhaged.No Anesthetic and the wonderful Lady OBGYN who delivered her literally saved her life in the delivery room.Afterwards she fainted twice and had a mini seizure in the washroom .She could not get out of bed fortunately family was able to be there for her and the baby's needs.Had severe complications and was kept in Mum and Baby room after the baby went home. OBGYN (not the attending) decided to take control (even though he was no where to be found for the delivery)and left her in the the mum and baby room. A cardiologist was NOT consulted even though an echo was done at 13 weeks and issues were found. We have our daughter in spite of dreadful care in this hospital. Thank God for the wonderful lady OBGYN who was there to care for her when the doctor who had treated her through out the pregnancy was missing. When he did appeared he decided to play Heart Specialist. Nurses for the most part are abysmal..horrid place...NEVER EVER AGAIN
Many years ago this hospital use to be #1 in GTA. Now it is a severely overworked, understaffed and underfunded hospital. Waiting to see some specialists is a nightmare, which isn't right to suffering patients. Too many people using the emergency department that do not need to be seen by an emergency physician. Something has got to change in this hospitals administrative process. Too slow and way too crowded to provide adequate care to the community.
Dr. Bader stopped abruptly my Mom’s anti-seizure medication without discussing it with me and without my consent, which caused prolonged seizures and damaged my Mom’s brain. Her seizures lasted for 1 hour, she was 3 days in ICU, she wasn’t able to open her eyes for 1 week. She is on multiple anti-seizure medications now, very drowsy and fragile. All other doctors in the stroke unit were nice and knowledgeable, they responded to my calls and found time to discuss my Mom’s situation with me, not like Dr. Bader. When I submitted my complaint to the hospital, I received a reply that Dr. Bader discussed pros and cons of stopping the medication with me and offered another medication which I declined. It was never a case, I have multiple witnesses, I haven't signed any consent.