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By: Mariska V.
Vanderbilt University Hospital
Good experience while giving birth and the stay thereafter. Though I found the facility itself old fashioned and a bit gloomy (let alone the entrance via the parking garage), the nurses, doctors and other staff (of which we saw many during our stay; there is a constant coming and going of people who check in with you and baby) seemed very knowledgeable, were caring, kind and thorough.
By: Elizabeth A.
Southern Hills Medical Center Endoscopy
Definatly not my fist choice of hospital. My mother went here for leg pain and was discharged with sepsis. She came back the next day with kidney failure they didn't catch.
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By: Josh L.
Vanderbilt University Hospital
First off, Vanderbilt is a wonderful hospital most are very professional and the doctors r great I feel they actually care! The nurses like Mrs Bernie and Marina on 8th floor some of the best ever....Only complaint I had was the 6hr wait time in er to even see a Dr and there was a man in the Er with the back of his head bloody and he sit and waited a good 3-5 hrs just to be seen.....Er needs to decide quicker on who is more important patient and not have them waiting 3-6 hrs
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By: Carol R.
Vanderbilt Center for Surgical Weight Loss
Dr. Williams and his team are Amazing! They truly gave me to tools to get my life back. They also walked every step right beside me.
By: Ash K.
Vanderbilt Burn Center
The area is beautiful. Doesn't feel stuffy like most facilities. The staff is very knowledgeable. With the hospital being a research center the help available is expansive.
By: Logan K.
Bellevue Baptist Medical Center
This is a good walk-in clinic location. They usually move pretty quickly, but that can vary just based on the waiting list. Very knowledgable and helpful staff!
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By: kimpaige76
Vanderbilt University Hospital
I was in a bad Car accident on August 17,2013 and I was Lifeflighted to Vanderbilt. For 3 days I laid in a medically induced coma due to the injuries. Had over 3 surgeries to repair all the broken bones I received from the accident. Upon waking up I didn't know what happened or where I was not to mention I had a breathing tube and couldn't communicate. Scariest feeling in the world. But the staff did their best to keep me calm. I received excellent care from Nursing and Doctors. The only problem I had was the lack of bedside manners my Doctor had but after all he done for me I had other things to worry about and most of all definitely grateful to his amazing work on me. I used to work for this Hospital on the 9th floor and I knew I was in good hands but when you become a patient and not a caregiver it's a hard transition. Life flight ( don't remember anything about that experience But I know they did a great job) Trauma and Critical Care staff were great and I'm truly thankful. So I say to all that was involved with all sincerity, Thank You from the bottom of my heart but from my 3 kids, my mother, and my sister as well. We are all very grateful.
By: flemidr
Vanderbilt University Hospital
This Hospital has been great, we had a patient in the Trauma Unit for 15 days, and the staff was outstanding, they have professional and caring nurses. We were treated exceptionally well. If you have to be in a trauma unit, this is the only place I would want to be. Not enough superlative's to describe the Unit.
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