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04/02/2015
By: Veronique H.
Franciscan St. Margaret Health - Dyer
I don't like to leave bad reviews but frankly, as of this day, I can't get over how dirty the floors were in the ER. Twice in November of 2014 i had time to scrutinize and contemplate the floors and oh my! Dirt and traces of blood were on the floors, right were they treat patients. Absolutely filthy! I checked the corridor and same thing. I don't think they ever clean the floors over there and sanitize the place. Beware! You don't know what kind of disease you're going to catch while waiting. Now, Every time I drive by this hospital thats's the only thing i think of, really sad. I am repulsed by it,.
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