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By: Mari V.
Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital
I had 4 children at MIH, from 1988-2001. I had a wonderful experience. Everyone was very helpful. I can still remember the nurse Yvonne on mother baby 23 years later. I like to follow up on previous ratings of 1 out of 4 from others. It is truly unfortunate that many people do not have insurance, even with the so call "Obama" affordable health care act. Bon Secours is truly in a class by themselves.Many institutions on the peninsula will not care how you will pay your bill, but you better figure it out fast!At Bon Secours they have a program called "Advanced Patient Advocacy!" These wonderful people will go the extra mile to help you secure financial help.People need to realize hospitals provide a service/they pay their employees, medications, update equipment ect. Hospitals are in BUSINESS to help you, yes that is true,when you go to the grocery store, do you 1st sample the goods at home then pay later?Before you become indignant ask them if they have programs to help you.
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By: Mary A.
Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital
relative was in this hospital for a couple of weeks. I would not say that the Dr's are the best there it appears to me like a clinic. It's like certain things are not done on the weekend and most of the employees are on bankers hours. ( like a clinic) one Dr on call at night. Most of the nurses were very good this is one good thing about the hospital. However if you think you or your love one is very sick you need to go to another hospital.. Also they didn't fight at all to get him into a decent rehabilitation center. I recommend another hospital if your love one may have a serious illness.

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