Trinity Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, FL with Reviews -
Book appointments, post photos, and write reviews.Open in YP App

Temporary Error.

Please try reloading the page.

user avatar
By: Joe C.
Seventh Avenue Family Health and Urgent Care Cente
The most ignorant non English speaking wanna be doctors in the state...plan on an all day affair followed be rude "doctors" who only care about billing your insurance company...
By: Jerry P.
Bonner, Gregory F MD
Dr. Bonner should not be practicing medicine!!!! He actually refused to see my wife because he said that she was to complicated and didn't even examine her. He came into the room and asked her a few questions and said "I don't think I can help you" even though she was referred by Holy Cross Hospital. He was unprofessional and rude. The following day, we went to another Doctor in Boca Raton ( Dr. Morris Naus) and he examined her and immediately sent her to the hospital as he believed that she had gall stones. That's exactly what she had and now they are removing her Gall Bladder. When a Doctor refuses to see a patient because he thinks that a patient may be to "complicated" that Doctor should be banned from seeing patients. Dr. Greg Bonner should be ashamed of himself and I warn all people that may be :"complicated" to stay away!!!!
By: J nathan S.
Kindred Hospital
I spent 3 months in this place that I would not even call it a hospital. I am an Internal Medicine Physician, so I believe that makes me qualified to review their care. Their mortality rate is 92%, which means only 8% of their patients leave there alive. There were 2 extremely mean nurses. It looks nice on the outside. I could point out the exact room where I spent 3 months, because I could see a stoplight and cars at an intersection from my hospital bed. This rehab hospital is a death pit. NEVER allow anyone you know to go to ANY Kindred Hospital, unless you are expecting a large inheritance and want the patient to die. Once my kidney function returned, they would leave the urine collection bag open, to drain out onto the floor. They placed mats over the piss, in case I fell out of bed. My family said the room reeked of piss, the mats would slide over over the floor, yet they would not clean up the floor. Had I not had one sister who is a pharmacist and another who is a Respiratory Therapist they would have killed me many times by giving me the wrong medications. I was being given 3 pills a day of one drug that is ONLY to be given one pill a week for patients in complete renal failure. My sister the Pharmacist caught this deadly error, and their Pharmacy was too stupid to even know about this problem. STAY THE HELL AWAY FROM ANY KINDRED HOSPITAL, if you want to live. It is too late for me to file a lawsuit, but I want the world to know that KINDRED HOSPITALS are just a death pit. STAY the hell away. They claim to be a rehab hospital but in the 91 days, I was there, I was NEVER taken out of the hospital bed, never got any physical therapy, even though I was billed for over $100k for Physical Therapy. DEATH PIT!!!!! J Nathan Sherlock, M.D.
By: emili0
Fort Lauderdale Hospital
They like to overmedicate at this place, for example:A Tamarac mother sued Fort Lauderdale Hospital and a psychiatrist who worked there, saying they overmedicated her teenage son with a cocktail of mental health drugs — some of which have not been approved for the treatment of children.The boy, Emilio Villamar, died of a sudden heart attack. He was 16.Emilio was found slumped over in his room at Fort Lauderdale Hospital — where he was being treated against his will behind locked doors— with blood dripping from his mouth or nose. He was taken by ambulance to Broward General Hospital, where he slipped into a coma and died.Peter Ventre will lie on your medical records, get a copy.
By: roxy812
North Broward Hospital District Chris Evert Childrens Hospital At Broward General
So the fire rescue took my boyfriend to the ER. I called 2 hours later to speak with him they say he's not there. So I called the entire 5 offices and he's no where on premises so I spoke with his brother who had the same problem. We called the Non emergency line as well as the fire department and gave us assurance that they dropped him off at that hospital. Now we went there he was in a room and everything getting ready for surgery at 5am.Now its 11am and we called to see how he was doing and he's still nowhere to be found? Now that I dont understand. ..
By: Karen W.
Fort Lauderdale Hospital
Fort Lauderdale Hospital is owned by UHS. In the BuzzFeed News investigation — which was based on nearly 300 interviews, including 175 current and former employees of the company, as well as a cache of internal documents — employees said they were under pressure to fill beds by methods that included exaggerating people’s symptoms and distorting their words to make them sound suicidal. Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts denounced UHS’s alleged conduct. “People seeking mental health services deserve high-quality treatment — not abuse at the hands of companies that are locking patients up to turn a profit and defraud taxpayers,” she told BuzzFeed News. “The Department of Justice must put an end to these shameful practices for the safety of patients across the country.” In the compelling 24-page BuzzFeed News article headlined, “INTAKE: LOCK THEM IN. BILL THEIR INSURER. KICK THEM OUT. HOW SCORES OF EMPLOYEES AND PATIENTS SAY AMERICA’S LARGEST PSYCHIATRIC CHAIN TURNS PATIENTS INTO PROFITS,”Thats what they did to me, this place is an atrocity. Finally the feds are stepping in.
user avatar
By: Nina K.
Maxim Medical Center PA
It's been about a week since my vampire facial and the results are absolutely amazing! My skin is smooth, the overall tone improved, the wrinkles and my scar are gone! Dr Chumak is fantastic and the staff is courteous and professional. I would definitely recommend this office to my friends and family.
By: David M.
Fort Lauderdale Hospital
The secretarial staff is the most unprofessional I have ever come across in all my years on earth. They curse, scream, have private inappropriate conversations all within earshot of people sitting I the lobby. The nursing staff is a little better but not much. One nurse was running a meeting one evening and talking about Gods love, etc. I was awoken at 4 o'clock in the morning by this same nurse gossiping about another employee screaming at the top of her lungs where ever other word she was cursing. I emerged from my room and walked down the hall and looked at her like she was crazy. Her manner changed immediately to sweet and soft spoken like she was earlier. The medical doctor that saw me should not work in substance abuse. When I told her that I was ashamed and ready to get myself on track she said she hears this everyday and I probably won't. I was dumbfounded. Shut this place down please.
By: Talley R.
Fort Lauderdale Hospital
Where do I start ? This place is a joke. I think people may come out of here worse than when they go in. The Dr that saw me said " people that are bipolar like big asses ." I kid you not . It's dirty , the staff is rude and uncompassionate, and everyone is just thrown together no matter what the issue is. This could be terrifying to some . There was a patient that exposed himself repeatedly to patients and one that followed another female patient into her room and had to be tackled. It's basically pills and follow orders . No therapy, no organized groups . It's a joke . I watched the cleaning lady use a toilet brush to clean the bathroom sink first , then the toilet , and then use the brush on the sink again . That has to be sanitary , right ? Please don't bring a loved one here. I made it through but I new I needed a medication adjustment and have a medical background so I felt pretty confident that I could handle it . stay away !!!!!!!!!!
By: Melissa D.
Fort Lauderdale Hospital
DO NOT LET YOUR CHILD GO HERE!! First of all this place is disgusting. My son had a episode 2 where he tried to hurt himself. I had him at Joe DiMaggio Hospital. He had to be transferred because they didn't take his insurance to be Baker acted. I let him be transferred here. They would not let me transfer him anywhere else after he got there. It would only let me talk to him for 10 minutes a day and only visit him once for one hour. The staff is rude. I spoke to the doctor he said that my son did not need to be there because he was not going to hurt himself and was going to let me take him home the next day. And then the staff lied and told him that he had done a lot more than what he had really done to change the doctor's mind. The doctor believe this stuff and not the mother. And kept him there an additional day because I kept fighting with them to get my son out of that disgusting place. They give children injections without parental consent and medication without parental consent!!
Tips & Advices
This depends on the center. Some may allow brief visits by family members. Patients should ask about visiting rules before inviting people to stop by.
No. Patients should arrange for someone to drive them home and stay with them for 24 hours following the procedure.
This depends on the procedure. Most centers ask that patients arrive one to two  hours before the procedure begins. Following the procedure, the patient will stay at the center until fully recovered from being sedated. This may take between one and three  hours. After that, if the patient isn't experiencing abnormal pain, he or she may leave.
Different states have different rules regarding requirements for surgery centers. However, ASCs are required to be certified as a Medicare and/or Medicaid Ambulatory Surgery Center supplier before they enter into an agreement with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
The most common types of procedures conducted at surgery centers are:
  • Gastrointestinal
  • Ophthalmology
  • Orthopedics
  • Pain management
Some of the most common procedures include:
  • Cataract surgery
  • Colonoscopy
  • Pain injections

Just a moment...