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By: Linda C.
Kindred Hospital St. Louis - St. Anthony's
I was admitted from another hospital, where imbecame septic with MRSA, doctors were not sure they could save my ankle and foot, or if i would be able to walk again. 2/3 rds of my ankle had to be removed, and no prosthesis could be used due to rejection. I spent two months there with the antibiotics, and learning to walk again. The small amt of bone left, and scar tissue formed to act as the whole ankle bone. I was a nurse, knew the odds were against me, but the staff was excellent. They nutured me and took care of my every need! I truly love the staff! Also, the facility was spotless, the food was good, and i enjoyed when they brought in the therapy animals. My stay went quickly! God bless you all!
By: Mary K.
Kindred Hospital St Louis
We love Kindred Hospital! Everyone was super nice and treated us like family. My dad was in Kindred for about 3 weeks. He needed respiratory, physical, occupational, and speech therapy after falling down a flight of stairs. Everyone was compassionate and took wonderful care of my dad. They rallied and cheered him on to get better. The receptionists were very friendly too and made us feel welcomed. My dad is moving to another rehab facility and I hope the care will be just as good. Kindred set the bar very high. With that said, I have to admit I was less impressed with the doctors. The pulmonologist (Dr. Omed) has zero bedside manners. He heard report from the respiratory therapist then he made eye contact with me from the hall and didn't even bother to come in to meet me or see my dad. I was not happy. Another doctor had zero bedside manners also. I think Kindred doctors need to take some bedside manner courses. They can take lessons from the nurses and therapist.
By: Jean O.
Kindred Hospital St. Louis - St. Anthony's
Respiratory and therapy staff was very professional and caring. Nursing staff need some work. It didn't seem like the RN and Techs work as a solid team and that hurt them. Discharge planning team was great. I really want to say good bye to Staci but she wasn't there the day I left.
By: Michael M.
Alkaade, Saad, MD - St. Alexius Hospital
This is a great hospital. They took really good care of my wife. Her back surgery was top notch and the care was extremely good. She really liked her nurse who came from The Lutheran School of Nursing. I highly recommend.
By: Claudette G.
Kindred Hospital St. Louis - St. Anthony's
Everyone was very nice and helpful. One of the best hospitals I've been too. Thanks everyone for therapy you all are super.
By: Jerald W.
Kindred Hospital St. Louis - St. Anthony's
The experience was good. I will say most of the staff was good as well. The food was terrible I never got what I ordered. I want to say the most outstanding nurses were Beth, Melba, Mindy and Sherry. Stephanie from housekeeping was great and I don't want to forget Stacy she was the only one that could fix my tv and she brought chocolate ice cream to me every day. Thanks to all the staff that got me back home.
By: Mary N.
Kindred Hospital St. Louis - St. Anthony's
I've been hospitalized several times in the past 2 years and I can honestly say this facility and staff was outstanding. Everyone was so friendly I'll give it 3 thumbs up! Thanks Mary
By: Amir S.
Kindred Hospital St. Louis - St. Anthony's
Service was outstanding! Nursing staff was very helpful. Dr. Haque was good, sometimes in and out like a flash. Andre, Tiffany, Nicole and Shirley were very compassinate. Thanks Amir
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By: John B.
Hyland Behavioral Health System Of St Anthony's Medical Center
There is nothing Christian about this hospital and their lab facilities. They charge the insured 40 to 50% less than what they charge the uninsured or Christians in a health ministry. Avoid this hospital and their predatory pricing schemes.
By: Louis C.
Kindred Hospital St. Louis - St. Anthony's
This was as my second time at Kindred hospital it was great the first time and even better the second time. Nursing, therapy and admin was very professional. Thanks Louis
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