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Ratings for Hopital Du Sacre-Coeur
Terrible place to deliver i dont sugget pregnants to give birth at this hospital, its dirty hospital, bad service!
Submitted Nov. 21, 2016 | flag
worst hospital ive ever been to i had dr stephan Roulier.. he rejected to listen to my problems and demanded for an ultra sound for my kidneys and ovaries.. horrible service i recomende you people stay away .. after i requested for my tests he closed the door on my face
Submitted Oct. 16, 2016 | flag
Father fracture his neck (C6 C7) surgery went well, I.C.U care was ok, but after being moved to another unit everything was bad. Staff not attending patients needs when needed, father almost got bed sores because he wasn't being rotated often, not responding to the " I need attention button". Nurse's slacking off and fooling around.. What a JOKE
Submitted Sept. 22, 2016 | flag
It's a very old place it should be demolished and replaced with UpToDate and modern hospital. I have been hospitalized for a long time and I observed many patient getting an infection after surgery.
Submitted Sept. 16, 2016 | flag
This is the worse hospital ever. Worse service ever
Submitted Sept. 2, 2016 | flag
Awful no running water abusive doctor painful invasive procedure without my consent really
Submitted April 19, 2016 | flag
I won't ever (even) suggest my enemies to go their. Unfortunately have to come here cuz I got fever. My fever was at 103 by the time I get here in the emergency. And after 5 hours I am still sitting and waiting that they gunna call me and check. I don't know y they name it emergency when there is no service. Even in a third world country emergency means emergency.won't recommend anyone to go there.
Submitted April 4, 2016 | flag
My dad had a knee replacement surgery on March 7th, he was moved to Section AC after the surgery, The doctor did a good job, however after surgery care is terrible, the patients try to get assistance from the attendants and after pressing on emergency room button and waiting and waiting almost know body shows up. Myself and my family had to take turns to stay with my dad who is 88 after surgery almost all day long for 6 days in order to help him out with his needs to move , go to bathroom, wash or even to go to physiotherapist. Orderlies or patient attendants do not do their jobs well and you see them walk in corridors and then they disappear for long times. If you are sending an elderly patient to Sacre Coeur Hospital plan to be next to them at least 3 days post surgery.
Submitted March 14, 2016 | flag
This hospital was ok during the tests that needed to be done leading up to surgery. My surgery date had been moved 4 times and was finally rescheduled for March 8th and then on Monday Feb 15th I got a call that there was an opening for surgery on Feb 16th (the next day) so I grabbed the opportunity. The absolute worst part is that I rearranged my whole life at work to have this surgery with less than 24hrs notice and upon waiting to be taken into surgery in my gown on the gurney and ready to go, 45 minutes before surgery, they cancelled it. This is NOT day surgery, this is a major operation. They think they can just play with peoples lives and not care about anything. Sorry Madame, that's all I get..This is a huge joke..Maybe one has to be French to get taken on time into surgery!!!
Submitted Feb. 17, 2016 | flag
Terrible place for the elderly. Some very rude staff and social workers, virtually impossible to communicate with doctors (unless THEY "need" to reach you; they'll ring you even after midnight until you answer), some nurses are not careful the way they should be, etc. A family member went in for a minor issue and is now being discharged with two infections and more problems than she had before. So much more I could say, but I'll leave it at that. Again, NOT a place where your older family members can be treated with the dignity they deserve.
Submitted Nov. 15, 2015 | flag
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