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03/30/2013
By: naomi.pedroza.3
Phoenix Baptist Hospital
My 20 year old brother had an AVM rupture about a month ago. Maryvale Hospital rushed my brother in a helicopter to Phoenix Baptist Hospital where he was admitted to ICU awaiting brain surgery to stop the bleed. He was unable to move the right side of his body and unable to say much. The entire staff was wonderful which made us feel a little better after everything that was going on. The nurses were caring and prompt to all my brother and family needs. The therapists were compassionate and friendly. We are truly grateful with all the staff! Surgery was a success and my brother is recovering very well. One week after the surgery my brother speech and memory have improved tremendously, began walking on his own and began to move his right arm. He was discharged home with outpatient therapy. Thank You Phoenix Baptist Staff!
03/17/2014
By: Lori S.
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center
I was admitted on 2/13/14 I had general surgery to remove a nickel in my bowel they didn't even wait to see if it would pass did surgery 15 hrs after getting admitted and in early am and tagged it as emergency surgery on 2/14/14 I ended up with sepsis that was caused by the surgery and surgeon the Dr's refused to listen to me about the pressure in my lower abdomen it took 4 days and my abdomen to turn purple with red streaks before they did anything. the opened me up about 5 inches and found 3 bacteria caused by the hospital and surgeon. they injured my kidneys with the antibiotics
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12/24/2015
By: donaldd.a.v.
John C Lincoln Hospital
This Hospital under the direction of my of Outstanding Primary care Doctor have and continue to give A higher level of quality to my life. I am sure that without this combination of care I probably would not be writing this review with this I will close with appreciation To my Doctor For his outstanding wisdom and care also to the people who give their life's to give their time that better the lives of the patient's who I know from the comments of people who share the good that this hospital provides exceptional care Sincerely Thank you Donald J Biddle.
02/09/2016
By: 84441@cox.net B.
CORE INSTITUTE
I had surgery for a broken Tibia. Dr. Emily Squyer performed the surgery. To say that she did a fantastic job is really an under statement.It has been three days since the surgery and I am up walking around with a walker, able to drive a car and I am back to work doing EE Design Test work on UPS Systems. If you ever have the misfortune of having an accident such as I had, I would only recommend one person, Dr. Emily Squire.Al Beran
11/06/2016
By: Walt M.
St Josephs Hospital and Medical Center
I could never get my prescriptions filled in a timely manner. They could never have all medication ready at one time. It would take multiple trips to the pharmacy and they would have to wait for doctors authorization. Very disappointed in Internal medicine in resolving this issue. Very frustrating.
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05/05/2015
By: Kim T.
Phoenix Indian Medical Center
I had my last baby here. I loved it. My NP Theresa Par### was so caring and good to me. Fell lik she likes her job and my baby loves her.
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03/06/2017
By: Lonnie C.
Phoenix Indian Medical Center
Professional service, caring staff the only hospital I have found that my disabled child feels comfortable with
12/06/2014
By: Marci S.
Steingart Orthopedics
I WORKED FOR DR. STEINGART......LOVED IT.....MARCI SHIPLEY
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05/06/2015
By: Kim T.
Phoenix Indian Medical Center
Loved the LDR was so caring to us. Tnk you Theresa
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