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By: Blondie B.
Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital St. Louis
This rehab facility is absolutely the best in St. Louis! Beautiful clean facility and great food. They answer call lights very quickly and the nursing staff is attentive and caring. Therapy will work you and get you optimal for discharge.I deducted a star for dialysis all the dialysis staff was very good except for one nurse that was constantly out smoking during my treatment. My family would see her smoking in her car even! She would ask every nurse that walked in to give her a break and then try to get them to date her son! Aside from this one person Mercy Rehab was stellar!
By: Tina P.
Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital St. Louis
Worst experience for rehab, definitely not recommeniding this facility. Nursing staff unattentive and in the 3 weeks here rarely had the same nurse. Most of the techs were nice but it took a long time when patients pushed call light for them to come help with anything, so frustrating. PT staff uncaring and cranky and frequently complained about being short staffed. The Patient case worker main goal was to push patients to home care rather than skilled nursing as Medicare ranks the facility higher if that happens. Staff sets goals for the patients but if you don't meet them at doesn't matter since they force you out after 21 days. Actually leaving the facility was the best thing that happened to us
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By: Chris C.
Shufang Clinic
I have nothing but good news after visiting Dr. Shufang. She is extremely knowledgeable and can work with folks with chronic illness, like me, or pain. I am very impressed, and would send anyone with any, even terminal, condition to her. Chinese medicine is 5000 years old. Western medicine is 200 years old. Chinese medicine builds the body, western medicine breaks it down.
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By: Wenna H.
Shufang Clinic
Dr Shufeng treatment that provides immediate relief: $250 Emergency Room visit that provides no relief $2,500Feeling better short & long term: Priceless THANKS DR. SHUFENG!!Expense is a relative thing.
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By: phyllismulford
Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital St. Louis
As a RN for 30+ years I tend to be very critical and the care I Received for over two weeks was excellent. I am only too familier to rehab medicine due to husband having Parkinson's and dementia. The facilities to worry about would really surprise you. and it was NOT Mercy. I was so sick when I got at Mercy Rehab. and never did it take more than 1 minute to get help. Everyone was cheerful and could not do enough for me. It was such a plesant experience I missed the RNs and PCTs when I got home. PT and O T were dedicated and challanging to me. Always wanting me to improve. To make a long story short, I was carried in and unable to take care oh myself and left in less than 2 weeks doing my own care and using a walker. Thank you everyone. You are StarS.
By: Brittany D.
Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital St. Louis
I couldn't disagree more with the negative reviews below! I owe so much to Mercy Rehab, and I don't know where I would be without them! I have a chronic, progressive, degenerative disease, and lost all muscle control in my body during one of my many hospital stays where I came close to death many times in the ICU over the course of several months. I lost the ability to walk, sit, lift my arms, or even lift my head. When I was stable enough to transfer, I transferred to Mercy Rehab Hospital and stayed there for several weeks. After my time there, with the help of amazing doctors, nurses, techs, PT, and OT I was able to sit in a wheel chair, which was a HUGE accomplishment from where I started. It's been almost 2 years since, and during that time I have stayed in constant outpatient therapy at a pediatric rehab hospital(since I'm currently 20). I plan to switch my care back to Mercy Rehab once I reach the age limit at the Pediatric hospital, and I couldn't be in my capable hands for all of my complex needs. My time spent at Mercy Rehab was a breath of fresh air after being in a city hospital for many months, and the staff made all the difference. During my time there I only had one nurse that was an issue, but thankfully only had her for two nights. Everyone else was beyond exceptional and truly cared about me and my family. I am still in contact with many members of the staff I formed friendships with. During my stay, everything was clean, well kept, nurses stayed on top of my med schedule, and followed any guidelines specific to my care flawlessly. I would recommend Mercy Rehab to ANYONE! They deserve more than 5 stars in my opinion, and I couldn't speak more highly of them.
By: er0790
St Luke's Hospital
We were in and out in literally 20 minutes. Paperwork was very minimal even with us being first time patients. The doctor saw us and we felt confident he knew exactly what he was doing. Co-pay was more since not a primary physican but our PCP could not get us in for at least a week so this was a great compromise.
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