I see the good reviews here are very old. I was admitted in March 2019. Was put in a filthy room, including a filthy bathroom! I received minimal "care". Nurse morale was low & aides did nothing but stop in to stare at me. Food was inedible & I ate approximately 500 calories in the 3 days I was there, nobody offered to help or get me a better meal! I have since learned from 3 other people that Fairview Ridges now has a terrible reputation! I will never again have anything to do with anything "Fairview"! Outageous!!
Went into Fairview Ridges to the emergency room in extreme pain, and I was dealt with very quickly and efficiently. Everyone from the nurses to the admitting clerk, to the admitting doctor's were very helpful and concerned. I was admitted and had surgery the following Monday and again everyone was wonderful, especially the nurses, who I found very efficient and also very funny.
I would highly recommend this hospital to anyone.
Avoid this hospital at all costs! The staff is the worst of the worse, nurses who can't find jobs elsewhere. In ICU, nurses checked on my mom about every 4 hours, if that. They are extremely incompetent, too many examples to put in limited space. We have been here before to have a baby and they almost killed me and the baby, when I complained to my Obgyn, he said that the hospital is horrible, he didn't want his wife delivering there, nice. Also have been for ER a fee times as this is the closest hospital. Never again! Avoid if quality care is important to goi
I gave birth to my twins here. The hospital is clean, although the mom rooms need some updating. The nurses are WONDERFUL... Such life-savers. Likewise, my twins had a stay in the NICU and the nurses there were wonderful as well. I never worried about the care my boys were getting while in the NICU.
I gave birth at Fairview in June, 2011. The nurses there were all very nice. However, no one took the time to explain my pain pills to me. They'd just come in and ask what I wanted. At one point a nurse told me I was too early for a pill since it wasn't yet 6 hours. There was also something wrong with my IV machine, it kept loudly beeping throughout the night and nurses had to keep coming in to try to fix it. Looking back, I wish I'd asked for a new machine as I was exhausted and it kept me from sleep. You get many visitors from the hospital while you're there, including people trying to sell photography.