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02/20/2014
By: kristina.atkinson
Kindred Hospital Dayton
My father fell out of bed multiple times, they left him sitting in his own messes till his bottom was raw. He was sent there for rehab, and they claim to be a rehab hospital, bt the social workers says rehab is not what they do. What do they do..... nothing, the place is half empty and eerie. The nurse are temos, and horrible. The PCT's were better than the nurses. The only thing good aboutthat place were the cooks in the cafeteria.
02/18/2013
By: usafguy
Wright Patterson AFB Medical Center
First of all, these clowns at YP have the name all wrong! It's Wright Patterson Air Force Base Medical Center not Rice! Ridiculous! A simple check would have gotten this correct. Where do they get their information? This an Air Force base hospital. It caters to active duty, and retired military personnel and their dependents. It is a very good hospital.
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