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St. Michael's Hospital

St. Michael's Hospital

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3
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3
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2
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2
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The hospital needs general overall improvement to the physical infrastructure (which I am aware has started and is to be commended). The poorest part of the service of the hospital is human resources without which the hospital is just a building. Efficiency, staff morale, rapport with patients and visitors by hospital staff needs a double dose of a combination of steroids and morphine in order for the hospital to start serving the public effectively and efficiently. I have been to the ER department on 3 separate occasions and each time I am left to feel like I am either in an episode of the Twilight Zone or the department is a combination of a mental health hospital and a shelter for homeless people. That scenario can be quite daunting and overwhelming for a person who do not want to have to deal with such matters in a confine, and often times crowded space.

Submitted Dec. 3, 2016 | flag

2
Cleanliness
2
Facilities
3
Services
3
Value

I went to St Michaels hospital' maternity ward in May 2016 to deliver my baby. I can not recommended it. My experience was not good. Delivery room was new and spacious, but after delivery rooms are small and crowded. Even though I requested a private room, it was not available and we ended up in the same room with another couple. That first night after I had my daughter was horrible - I was in pain, having bladder problems, sharing the bahroom with another woman and sweating in a 25+C room, because the other couple requested to turn up the thermostat. Very disappointed that I hadon't to spend the first hours with my baby in those conditions. My husbandad and I were disgusted and couldn't sleep all night. The next day some patients were released and we could move to a private room. It was better and not so hot, but the shower head was broken and water was just dripping from it. For almost $300 per night, I would expect better. The nusing staff was mostly nice, with the exception of the few nurses who were rude and should not work there, making mothers more stressed than they are already. Honestly I don't recommend this hospital to give birth at. I had a negative experience.

Submitted Nov. 24, 2016 | flag

5
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5
Facilities
5
Services
5
Value

Dr. Grantcharov was amazing. The day surgery unit was wonderful as was the 16th floor after care.

Submitted Oct. 24, 2016 | flag

5
Cleanliness
5
Facilities
5
Services
5
Value

This is a amazing place! I had emergency surgery he by the amazing Dr Das, his staff and the nurses are all fabulous! They care about every detail and make you feel as if you are amongst family!!!

Submitted Oct. 19, 2016 | flag

5
Cleanliness
3
Facilities
4
Services
5
Value

St Michael's has saved my life, literally, three times. Have great respect for this place. It is an inner city hospital so one should not expect the same atmosphere as a much newer more modern place.

Submitted Aug. 31, 2016 | flag

2
Cleanliness
3
Facilities
5
Services
3
Value

I was scared after hearing so many horror stories. But both my PA and my OR day were amazing. I was well treated and with respect. Had very friendly and helpful staff from beginning to end.

Submitted Aug. 24, 2016 | flag

1
Cleanliness
1
Facilities
1
Services
2
Value

I went to an appointment with an incompetent, rude and arrogant young gynecologist at St Michsel s hospitsl. She didn t listen to I told her about my medical history and she was very disrespectful with my immonologist, a well known profesor at U if T.

Submitted Aug. 24, 2016 | flag

1
Cleanliness
2
Facilities
5
Services
4
Value

As many others have noted, at this teaching hospital there is a mix of awesome to good bad and arrogant specialist. The latter likely have an audi, by way of observation over decades.
Overall, my experiences here have been amazing, from emergency to being in isolation. Food is surprisingly good seriously healthy, once the menu can be accessed. Staff overall are great, even most of the specialists ( non audi driving ones, perhaps, haha)
The building itself is scary old, and some areas look like total germ pits. I sure hope they get their reno completed soon, emergency runs well, but new facilities will help both cleanliness and staff morale further. These people are seriously overworked, so I get that some may not be as compassionate as one would hope for.

Submitted Aug. 18, 2016 | flag

2
Cleanliness
2
Facilities
2
Services
2
Value

This Hospital is a Joke. While some of the doctors and staff are great. Most are morons, I recently was in Emerg with a foot ulcer. The first doctor I saw gave me a bag of antibiotics and sent me home to return in the Morning for another dose. The doctor that saw me in the Morning was awesome I do not have enough nice things to say about her. She was appalled I was sent home the night before without seeing sugery or any home care plans started. I was admitted as I had suspected I would be. I have a medical background. I am repeated in Emerg for issues related to my 20 or so illnesses. while its a teaching hospital and that is greatly needed for our new doctors to learn and gain experience often times they are left unsupervised and asking to speak to a higher doctor or for a second opinion is not something that is easily done. Doctors do not listen to their patients close enough and most treat you like you are stupid. while Dr. Chen, Madroni, Macarski, Abramson and many others there are fantastic most doctors there are not. I do not recommend this hospital unless you know the doctor you are going to see there is good

Submitted Aug. 5, 2016 | flag

2
Cleanliness
5
Facilities
3
Services
5
Value

Hospital is old and going through renovations and an addition is being added. This is an inner city hospital with a high population of homeless in the area which creates problems with panhandling which is a problem for those not used to it. I have had good experiences with doctors and bad ones as well which is par for the course in any hospital. If you can look past the condition of the property, this is a decent facility for care, but has a long way to go before I could say it is extraordinary.

Submitted Aug. 5, 2016 | flag


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