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I think people who works at the emergency here don't know the meaning of emergency and do not treat patients with care or any concern. Emergency room is full of people with non-emergency situations while people who need urgent care has to wait bleeding and in pain. Ontario provides free health care which is nonsense thinking that these hospital staff and doctors are being paid with our taxes. Although I am complain about this hospital and its service right now there is no government related offices that I can complain to make a difference... That tells me what a b_llsh_t system we are living in.
Submitted Oct. 6, 2016 | flag
Humber hospital has GTA's highest death rate-
It's covered up by the College of Surgeons and Physicians. 100% transparency is needed. Cameras needed in the surgery rooms to hold all medical staff accountable and to eliminate/reduce mistakes and negligence. Patients have the right to see what has been done to their bodies during surgeries, especially when under anesthesia. Patients require a digital copy of their surgery.
Submitted Oct. 5, 2016 | flag
Last month Sept. i had a right breast infection surgery at HRH . Doc and operation nurses were taking care me for about 1/2 an hour. Guess what? at the end of breast infection surgery was over they forgot many meshes like a small sponges in my deeply right breast infection. After 3 days surgery i got that out from the CCAC clinic. All of them turned to black colour and stinkly smell. I still have the picture record when they were changing wounded. Then i talked to the Doc about it, he said did not do it, maybe nurses... Then he did a right breast surgery again because it was causing my health in dangerous and my both legs was swollen and fever and painfull... For me, i hope everyone who is chosing to go HRH more carefully and keep eyes on your surgery... Finally, i hope they are working with their heart and care to paitences because we are same person... I forgive them all because Jesus love them too and God bless all of you guys and all paitence...
Submitted Oct. 3, 2016 | flag
Bad experience horrible hospital. Staff there don't give a **** it's just horrible
Submitted Oct. 1, 2016 | flag
This is the worst hospital in toronto re...doctors services etc...same Humber with best facilities
Submitted Sept. 29, 2016 | flag
What a frightening experience. Dad went in for pneumonia, out a week later, then back in a few days later with another but worse. Apperently the first was not serious I learned, thou at the time they said it was the most dangerous. It was a nightmare from emerge to the room. It was like no information was passed to anyone. They tried giving him water, and ice cubes which can kill him cause of aspiration. Luckily family was present on every occasion. If you know anyone there, DO NOT leave them there alone please! Someone stayed with around the clock. A few great nurses both male and female. Roland an Anna (awesome). Many nurses clueless and don't give a ....have to always chase them down to do there job properly. Doc arrives 30 hrs after said Fad had 23/48 hrs. Dad's a Champ! Made it out, a week later and still recovering. Never again. St. Michaels or Mount Sinai is what I will demand in the future. So many horrific memories with the care recieved.God bless to patients and family members that have to walk through those doors.
Submitted Sept. 15, 2016 | flag
Shittiest hospital ever. They dont give a crapabout people
Submitted Sept. 1, 2016 | flag
Please stay far away from this hospital. They mistreat you, misdiagnose you, and lie to you. If you value your life, please do not go to Humber.
Submitted Aug. 19, 2016 | flag
the new hospital is incredible,but as all these previous comments have said, the staff and waiting times are atrocious for people who are ill and need immediate attention. i was in emerg with critically low hemoglobin and platelets for over 12 hours before I was given life saving blood transfusions. then, i had to wait 6 hours to be taken to a room. Why? because the hospital only employs 15 porters for the entire facility who are overworked and completely stressed. They told me that other hospitals have over 40 porters! What is Humber thinking? Is this how they make their hospital more efficient, by stressing staff and patients needlessly? And forget those call buttons for the nurse. They never come. I've been in other hospitals when they respond in under 5 minutes. Here, it can be up to half an hour before they come in, yet you can hear them chatting at the front desk. What if you were having chest pains, or a heart attack? You'd be gone by the time they came in. I was sick and threw up in bed, and I had to wait, dirty and nauseous for half an hour before anyone came. And you can go hours and hours wuthout seeing your nurse. They don't do vitals like they should. You feel abandonned and forgotten and a burden to them. My mother almost died here needlessly. And if it wasnt out of necessity I would have never gone here. Even the cab driver who took me here warned me against coming here. Without a doubt this is the orst hospital inToronto. And ai agree with all the comments here. If you or your loved ones want to die, come here.The hospital itself is beautiful now, but that is only a facade. Everything else is still the same. Insanely long waiting times, poor nurses with bad attitudes (and in some cases predjudice towards the patients), miscommunication, lack of information, and a lack of confidence. Does the director of this hospital ever read these comments? Another reason to stay away. No one cares. Someone in customer care should be monitoring this site and taking these comments seriously before major disaster strikes and a scandal ensues in the press and in public.
Submitted Aug. 13, 2016 | flag
The new hospital is much improved and the staff and doctors are incredible, caring people.
Submitted Aug. 3, 2016 | flag
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