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By: Ginger O.
Specialty Hospital
Don't ever think about allowing a loved one to be placed in this slaughter house My mom was checked in after lunch & by 3 am she was dead! They don't watch the patient & allow them to suffocate. !!!
By: Kathleen D.
St. Vincent's Ambulatory Care
Evertime i have been there i have had excellent service. Had cancer six years ago the oncology department and dr. Stone took very good care of me I am now cancer-free and healthy. Then I had a heart problem and the Cardiology Department fix that so I am nothing but very pleased with this Hospital!
By: Cathy T.
Coastal Cosmetic Center
Went in for a BR and was so happy with everyone from the receptionist to Dr. Fee. I had gone to another Dr for a consultation and just didn't feel comfortable with what was going to be done. Just had a feeling. But as soon as I entered the office of Dr. Fee I knew I was at the right place. Dr. Fee took the time to answer all of my questions and made me feel at ease. Now waiting on the actual BR!!!! I'll report back.
By: Melissa P.
St. Vincent's Ambulatory Care
Unless I or a family member are deathly ill and have NO other choice, we will NEVER go to this hospital again! We were given inaccurate information by their staff, which caused us to incur hundreds of dollars for medical expenses that we should not have been responsible to pay. When this information was given to the hospital and charges were disputed, they indicated that their staff would not have given the information (even though they, in fact, had given misleading information) and refused to lower the fees that were charged. Again, unless I or a family member are dying and have no other choice, we will never go to this hospital again nor support it/any physicians associated with it again!
By: Matthew D.
St. Vincent's Medical Center Southside
I went here because of a surgeon I wanted for my procedure, he did awesome. The post op Team was by far the worst ever. Please check all options before going through the fiasco I had to. Just RUDE at a time of crisis when that's the last thing you need.
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By: Brianna F.
St. Vincent's Medical Center Southside
I would have rather been treated down a dark ally somewhere ! I left in more pain than what I arrived in, the staff were absolutely moronic, when doing the initial check for bed sores required by law I had a male nurse and make tech, I expressed that I was not comfortable with them checking me and wanted a female nurse to check me but they ignored my request and checked me anyways, my tech told me they didn't have ice packs after the neurologist just ordered me to have one on 15 minutes out of every hour, they put me on 4 different narcotics, I was so delusional from sleep deprivation that I was hulucinating, they refused to let me sleep at all, would come in at all hours of the night because they forgot to put my compression socks on, has information on smoking for me (told them I smoke every once in a blue moon), had to finish admitting me,nobody offered to help bathe me, or help me take a shower and there was no way I would have been able to do it myself because of the amount of medicine I was one, I felt disgusting and dirty, the nurses didn't explain that there "room service" and that you have to call to order your dinner so I starved that night waiting for them to come ask me what I wanted and I was to doped up on medicine to think for myself to ask, I was depending on then for help, morning rolls around and he doctor comes in and asks how I feel, tell him I feel way worse and says ok well we are sending you home, doesn't give two craps about me, nurse comes in with discharge papers, I express my concern to her and she just looks at me like I'm stupid, states my issues aren't big enough to keep me in (even though my MRV scans show I have damage done severe enough to impair my vision of not acted upon immediately), then proceeded to RIP my IV out, which I have two witnesses to, my arm starts bleeding profusely, and continued to bleed until I got home which was 45 minutes away.
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By: Simmie W.
St. Vincent's Ambulatory Care
My wife had a heart catheter at St Vincent's,Riverside on 02-20-15 from the time she opened her eyes after the procedure about 4 pm until about midnight when she finally fell off to sleep she was hysterical .It was as she had a stroke,but no one could diagnose it,she does not remember any part of this.the emergency response nurse didn't know what was happening so he sent her to get a ct scan which did't show anything wrong.The next day when she woke up her mind was clearer but when she went to the restroom she noticed a bump on her buttock .After we got home I looked the bump up online and found that was a staph infection (MRCR).I noticed that in the stall she was in after the catheter was dirty there was trash on the floor in several areas . after she was sent to a room her IV monitor would alarm for 2 or 3 hours before some one would come in and reset it.My wife has had several heart catheters in the past and came out fine but this was the most horrible experience we have ever encountered
By: kyoung1
St. Vincent's Ambulatory Care
Do not go to any other hospital. St. Vincent's is simply the best. They really do care about the person not just treat the patient. Great, World Class. Thank You St. Vincent's.
By: Christina C.
Plaza Surgery Center II
The surgery went fine,but afterward they were terrible. Using an HSA account for medical expenses we needed to go monthly on the bill since the HSA account only accrues on a monthly basis. After telling me it was fine to pay monthly they sent us to a collection agency. When I called about and asked why they did that, I was told that is their policy. No phone call, no letter stating they were going to send to collection agency. Nothing, they just sent it. When I complained, Julie hung up on me! Very poor service. Very frustrating.
By: mr.johnston
Coastal Cosmetic Center
I had an appointment at 10:30, by 11:15 they said the Dr. was finishing up with the other consultation. At 11:25 there was no sign of this person to see me. After basically an hour I left as my time is just as valuable as the next persons. If this is an indicator as to how they treat new potential patients, no thank you.
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

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