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02/15/2017
By: Angela T.
Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center
Worse hospital and ER ever! Been to the ER numerous times and I've never been seen in less than 4 hours. Then had what was supposed to be a same day surgery. The surgeon nicked a vein inside of me and I lost a lot of blood. So they had me stay overnight. By the next morning I was severely hemorrhaging, seriously, blood everywhere. Nurse paged the surgeon, no response. Then a total of 5 nurses were sending him 911 pages every 10 minutes. THREE HOURS LATER he finally showed up, wreaking of cigarette smoke. He took me back into surgery, which took over 3 hours, because he couldn't find the vein he nicked. I ended up needing a blood transfusion because I had lost so much. Stayed overnight again, all night receiving blood transfusions. So my "same day surgery" ended up costing me 8 days in the hospital and almost took my life. I would not suggest this place to my worst enemy. Best hospital to go to if you want a caring staff and doctors who will go out of their way to make sure you're getting the best treatment possible is Edward Hospital in Plainfield! Have been there too many times to count and I've never had even the slightest complaint.
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02/15/2017
By: Marianne S.
Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center
This is not a serious option for an ER. Took my daughter there for an injury. Watched very sick people walk out and/or get ignored or treated rudely by RNs. They took all tests quickly then sent us back to waiting room for over 3 hours to get results, treatment. Waiting room was filthy and uncleaned. They just couldn't handle the ER at all. Find someplace else if you really have an emergency.
08/19/2016
By: Natalie S.
John Dongas MD
The most insensitive dr I've ever been to. He dismissed all my symptoms and told me to loose weight and get off the medicine I take and I'll feel better (however, I started feeling this way and that is why I take the medicines). I left there balling my eyes out.
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06/16/2016
By: Areli F.
Midwest Respiratory.
Laurie one of the individuals in the front is a rude and clueless individual that likes to make assumptions about patients not paying their bills with other doctors. She isaid rude and ignorant and try as much as she can to not give you the office managers name. I figured Kelly the office manager is very busy so I will write a letter to every single doctor to let them know what kind of service their front desk people are giving there and over the phone.
05/03/2016
By: Crystal B.
Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center
My nephew used this hospital and he has not had a complaint yet..... As a matter of fact he is laying in one of the beds now. He could have chose another place but he chose here
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01/11/2016
By: Valerie W.
Basinger's Pharmacy Primary Care
I came to your facility for the first time on 1-7-2016, I met with Allison Curran, P.A. I was thrilled with how she wanted to get to the bottom of what was going on with my stomach issues. She told me to get blood work done, and I did so on 1-9-2016. The young man who was sitting at the reception desk, I told him I needed blood work, and he told me to sign in. Maybe he did not hear me real well because he was wearing headphones. I am a new customer/patient I did not know that there was 2 sign in sheets. I was not informed of that by the young man. After of an hour of waiting I asked him, what was going on. I was not rude in any way. He did not ask my name, he just told me that there was people ahead of me some of which had appointments. I asked him, if I could make an appointment for labs. He told me that I could either sit down and wait or leave. I was pretty shocked because I work in an office and would never ever speak to someone like that. I was finally called back into the Primary Care area. I explained the situation the young lady and she called in Linda Hushaw, APN/CNP and the situation was explained to her, she went out of her way to help me get my blood drawn immediately from the lab area. It is truly a shame to have some of the nicest people at your facility only to be ruined by a few bad apples. The person that sits at that desk is the face of your business and it is not doing you any good to have headphone wearing rude people in that position.
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12/03/2015
By: Mari J.
Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center
This hospital is close to home, but after seeing the outpatient areas run down, dirty carpets, stuffing falling out of ripped up furniture and inefficient admitting computer system.... I think I'm going to plan on going to Silver Cross. The inpatient side is all brand new, but yhe lab & xray waiting rooms look like a 3rd world country.
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07/06/2015
By: Christine B.
Dr John Giroux
Not practicing in Joliet anymore - you can find your medical records with Dr. Aurora in Orland Park. Phone # is 815-717-8960
01/17/2015
By: Michael D.
Saeed Darbandi MD
Have been seeing Dr. Darbandi now since Nov of 2014 for leg pain and veins . It is now Jan 2015 NO MORE PAIN IN MY LEGS AND NO MORE VEINS !!!!!! Just a WONDERFUL DOCTOR AND STAFF !!! Thank you SO SO MUCH ... Gayle D. Shorewood . IL
04/26/2014
By: Sandy P.
Aziz, George, MD
Dr Aziz is a very competent Cardiologist. A relative of mine had been seen by another Cardiology Group. His symptoms were obviously cardiac in nature, with a positive past history but his cardiologist did not give any credence to his complaints. One of my relatives friends suggested that he should go to Dr. Aziz as he has heard great reviews. My relative was seen by Dr Aziz and was sent directly to St. Joes for a 4 vessel bypass. If it was not for Dr. Aziz my relative would have had a massive heart attack which would have resulted in death. Now i have told many a friend about Dr Aziz and his wonderful group and have taken my mother to him. I know he is a compassionate Dr who will give you the time of day. Over the years we have met several Cardiologist in this group and I must tell you I am glad to say that I would trust anyone one in this group and you will too. If you have any doubts, stop in to their clinic and ask anyone sitting in the lobby their opinion. Many like my cousin have switched to this Cardiology Group. Thank you Hear Care physicians and staff...Love you all
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