Rate Toronto East General Hospital
Ratings for Toronto East General Hospital
To the writer of June 19/2017. A "class" action suit? An individual can't launch a class action suit. The suit must be brought by a number of people, certainly more than one. As an individual, you can sue for whatever reason. Also a written complaint to the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons could help you as well.
Submitted July 11, 2017 | flag
Except for one or two good physicians, this Hospital has the most unqualified staff, with no training and no principles to be working in a health facility. AVOID at all costs.
Submitted July 9, 2017 | flag
I went to the emergency department I was treated bad by the doctor & nursing staff in the green zone .the name is charged but the care is poor .AVOID this place at all cost .good place if you want to die
Submitted July 5, 2017 | flag
Ended up leaving the emergency department and going elsewhere. Inconsolable infant who's been screaming for four hours doesn't even get looked at after triage. Go to a different hospital if you need emergency care.
Submitted July 3, 2017 | flag
Avoid this nightmare. If you need to see a real hospital. Sunnybrook. The plastic surgery wing. Is a complete joke. Avoid Dr. Linda dvali. This immature doctor. Is a below average surgeon. If you this finds you before your surgery. Please get a second opinion. I am planning a class action lawsuit against this doctor. Her staff are so rude. Her bed side manner is terrible. I am leaving this rating. So no one else will suffer at her hands.
Submitted June 19, 2017 | flag
Very good care, well experienced and sensible doctors and nurses, better place to select for deliveries.
Submitted June 17, 2017 | flag
I had an outpatient appointment at this hospital in July/2016. Yes, the hospital is aging, but it is NOT dirty. I was treated nicely by everyone with whom I came in contact. While I did not agree with what the attending physician suspected, this would not in the least encourage me so say anything bad about the hospital. The Dr. didn't run any tests...his decision.
I have had a neurological complaint since Jan./2014..& I have asked my GP to send me to the MGH Neurology Clinic for assessment. At least there, I can be seen in about 2 months as opposed to 4-5 here in my location.
To the writer of July 26/2016..totally agree with you. Changing the entire name of the hospital
was not necessary. I too was born at the TORONTO EAST GENERAL HOSPITAL 69yrs ago.
I lived in Toronto all my life, through my adulthood as well, then I retired & moved out of the city. I still refer to it as "East General". Agreed as well, perhaps a wing or something could have been named after the lad whos family made such a donation, but to completely change the name of a well known hospital went too far (just my opinion).
I am not at all skeptical about attending MGH (Michael Garron Hospital)..I don't understand all the negativity here on this post.
Submitted May 2, 2017 | flag
The most inefficient, disorganized, and unqualified staff and services make this Hospital very disagreeable and unpredictable environment. No management, no oversight, just business as usual, aka nothing to go for, other than very few physicians who would be agreeably to follow.
Submitted April 27, 2017 | flag
My brother has attended this hospital three times in the last two weeks he still ill and we don't know why. This morning he was kicked out as they say discharged we still don't know what's wrong with him. Great way to spend tax dollars!
Submitted April 26, 2017 | flag
nursing care is terrible worst hospital i ever been
Submitted April 21, 2017 | flag
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