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They don't run this hospital like it's a hospital, they run it like it's a WELFARE FACILITY. I left before even getting to a room. The nurses in triage are the most IGNORANT and rude I've ever dealt with (mainly nurse Paula). I waited well over an hour before only getting my temp & blood pressure taken. When I finally get called, nurse Paula sees me walking towards her and shuts the door in my face and began having girl chat with another nurse. I sat and waited about 5 minutes for their chat to be over. She comes back & I tell her what was going on and she says "do I really need to write that down?" She talks to you in such a nasty tone, you would swear she's trying to catch you in a lie or something. She says "something about you just isn't adding up", as if i did something wrong simply by answering a question. She dismisses me rudely and I go back in the waiting room and I'm waiting almost 3 hours now. As I'm waiting I hear the nurses and security gaurds talking badly about patients, loudly and obnoxiously. I ask for some simple nausea medicine while I wait, I'm told I'm out of luck until I get in a bed, and that's it's going to be a while before I'm seen even though I'm the only one in waiting room. By then I had enough, I call a taxi to go home and I let the nurses know I'm leaving. As I was waiting in the waiting room for my taxi, Paula sees me and says "weren't you leaving?" Once I leave I call the nurses supervisor to complain, I was told I was going to get a call back in 20 minutes. I haven't got a call. To sum it all up, the staff is EXTREMELY RUDE/GHETTO and they make it known they are only there for the paycheck.
Excellent staff wonderful Doctor Mark Henry did an amazing job with my surgery. The staff there made me feel very welcome and calmed my nerves about having this surgery.
Came in cause I didn't know what was happening with me so instead of going to Lbj I thought I'd go here. I sat in the lobby for about 1-2 hours just to get no results at all. All they did was press down on my stomach and decided nothing was wrong. So they sent me on my way without actually doing any testing or ex rays This will be my last time coming here...
Wish I could give them less stars, my husband was hospitalized due to a work injury and has had a horrible experience here. The nurses and Doctor were very rude and seemed to not know a single thing about what they were doing. Security is also an issue, DON'T BRING YOUR LOVED ONES HERE!
I was delivered to Saint Joseph’s by ambulance on 12/16/17 at 4am. Blood pressure 186/110 Heart rate 190. I was greeted by a nurse Carrie who immediately signaled red flags. She started asking about marijuana these days and how good it was. She was using slang like; let’s figure out the haps and coolio. Meanwhile I am very close to if not having a heart attack. Then a cardiology tech comes in the room, Brandon. Brandon was kind and gentle but clearly didn’t know very much about the task he was performing. Another guy from across the hall said “Brandon you duh only tech tonight?” I replied for Brandon what’s new. He said what did you said. I said sometimes I can hear what people think. He said you sure were right about that one. He left and covered me with a thin stained white sheet. The nurse comes back in and sits on chair. To explain this nurse more; she looked similar to nurse Jackie and I think she may have had similar vices. Her eyes were glazed over blue and red. Pupils pin point. She had verbal and physical ticks that I’ve seen in opioid users. Very jerky hands and erratic movements. Doctor follows shortly, and I am even more afraid. He is a short man with a lazy hand tucked in his disheveled coat holding with a weak grip a file board. He walks up to me almost never lifting his feet fully off the ground. Shuffles over. He finally reaches me and I see his eyes. They are sunken in and look dissociated. He talks to nurse who is slouching in a chair about what they should do. My heart is escalating and blp through the roof. He starts ordering saline bags for an IV. I’ve never had any type of experience like this so I stop her and ask why are they ordering an IV. She sarcastically said, “because I’m a nice nurse and I like this DR. What?! I didn’t even understand what she meant. So she gets up and ticks outve the room to get fluid. The dr slide out slowly without speaking anymore to me.
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