Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre

Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre

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30 reviews

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5
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5
Facilities
1
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1
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My Family doctor accidentally didn,t put the milligrams on my prescription for pain medication.I am waiting to have a Spinal Fusion and am in constant pain due to issues with lower vertebrae.I went to Abbotsford emergency to have my regular prescription filled out properly"Easter Long Weekend".Dr Harold Wiebe approaches me and the first thing he say,s"Why are you on all the Dope?"I replied I don,t take "Dope" I am prescribed medicine for my back issues and I found it very unprofessional to refer to it like that.He said Do you want a prescription? Yes."Than shut your mouth"I hope no one else in an emergency goes for help only to be degraded and humiliated by this arrogant person.Of note he was wearing shorts and running shoes with no socks.Ask who you will be seeing and hope it is not Dr.Harold Wiebe.I will file a complaint with the College of Physicians next.He also appeared to me to be either drunk or feeling the effects of a night of over indulgence.

Submitted March 26, 2016 | flag

1
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3
Facilities
2
Services
3
Value

The cleaning staff (Sodexho) are either a few good ones, with many that do not clean. Room was not cleaned on a daily basis. The meals are unhealthy frozen food. Salad is pathetic to even call it salad. You have to have friends and family bring in food to you. Had to wait 4-5 days to get fluid drained from abdomen/chest as it is not considered a priority if your lung are unable to move and exchange air. Thank god for oxygen or I might not have made it. More beds needed. A new hospital should be able to handle the community population, which it is not able to do. Oncology dept. rooms should be single rooms, not shared rooms. What are they thinking when they did that. Nurses are usually awesome. Although some are inexperienced and need mentoring. Quit using LPN's and hire RN's, Provincial government!

Submitted Feb. 19, 2016 | flag

4
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4
Facilities
1
Services
3
Value

Service is slow, and rooms are crowded with people

Submitted Jan. 23, 2016 | flag

2
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4
Facilities
1
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2
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DR at this hospital are robots for Fraser Health . They try to rush people out the door without looking into what's going on . They make you feel like you are a sheep not a person

Submitted Jan. 19, 2016 | flag

5
Cleanliness
4
Facilities
1
Services
1
Value

I took my 10 month old son there and they did absolutely nothing for him... he's had heart surgeries so we have to be cautious when he gets sick so I brought him in when he had a fever (it was 37.5 when we got there but jumped to 39 within an hour of being there) and a cough and they acted like it was nothing. Made me wait for (only) a urine test becauae it took forever for him to pee and then told me his fever was from teething and sent me home... it's been 3 days since i had him in emerg and his fever and horrible cough still haven't gone down like they said it would (I should mention he's been like this for about a week and a half)... driving to chilliwack today to se our family doctor because abbotsford emerg doesn't know how to do their jobs...

Submitted Jan. 12, 2016 | flag

5
Cleanliness
3
Facilities
3
Services
2
Value

not built big enough, parking sucks and costs money too

Submitted Dec. 6, 2015 | flag

1
Cleanliness
1
Facilities
1
Services
1
Value

There all rude and treat people like poo. unless your on drugs then they help you with is so dumb I've been going there on and off for a year and a half trying to find out what's wrong with me and that have not a clue they told me I must be being crazy or junkie when they have enough to blood to make a whole new me and there's no drugs in my system they kept me there for three days with no food or and drinks while I was prago and my child died and decomposed in my body and for a month longer I kept going back they couldn't find anything wrong so I went to the woman's hospital in van and they said I had a decomposed baby in me from dec27 to jan16 I've been so sick still and they know nothing

Submitted Nov. 22, 2015 | flag

5
Cleanliness
5
Facilities
4
Services
5
Value

I delivered my son here and was super impressed with the L&D team and the maternity ward!! They were very efficient at getting us into a room, all of which are private rooms, and before the nurse even saw me, they had the necessary bloodwork done. The nurses were very friendly and professional at the same time - took the time to introduce themselves so it wasn't just a room full of random "strangers" and my nurse wasn't afraid to offer what she thought might help me while in labour, even though my midwife was there as well. The team worked very efficiently. During my stay, whenever I needed something, even if just to ask a question, the nurses were all friendly and accommodating. Such a great experience! (And the cafeteria food is actually good :)

Submitted Oct. 27, 2015 | flag

1
Cleanliness
1
Facilities
1
Services
1
Value

such shi**y service and mean nurses. It was a terrible experience

Submitted Oct. 18, 2015 | flag

3
Cleanliness
3
Facilities
3
Services
3
Value

The nurses are generally nice, but often seem inexperienced. There was one named Brian (Bryan?) whom I liked and was professional and helpful, but another named Deanna seemed like she was trying her best not to seem disgusted with me. While the food doesn't make any bit of sense! Why would you give somebody who may experience constipation post op because of getting knocked out and is being given opiates dairy? Everything is salt and milk and the excuse for a salad (iceberg lettuce and shredded carrot)... the nurses don't control that of course, it's courtesy of Solodex, well they can try living off that for awhile and see how they like it.

Submitted Sept. 15, 2015 | flag


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