St Mary S Medical Center in Wellington, FL with Reviews - YP.com

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12/10/2013
By: Jvg415@aol.com G.
Wellington Regional Medical Center
Thought you would like to know our experience at your hospital when my wife was brought into your emergency room suffering from a seizure. Your emergency room staff and facility were wonderful and extremely pleasant and efficient. We got an admission room within 2 hours and was treated well at 8:30 at night on Saturday Dec. 7th. By 11:00PM everything was completed and my wife was left to relax and sleep from then on other than the usual nighttime testing. The next day the staff was exemplary even though my wife can be difficult at times. The Gal in the MRI dept was wonderful, efficient and caring as well. She had records and discs for me promptly to take to our Neurosurgeon. It was a busy weekend and everybody tried hard to get things done as efficiently as possible. Monday on the other hand, things changed. The staff seemed disoriented, not a smooth operation as on the weekend, less attentive to the patient, incapable of caring properly for the patient, less clean plus scheduling and discharging difficulties. Overall experience was good but work needs to be done on some staff education and abilities. Nurse Richard, nurse Michelle and other unnamed persons were great and the MRI radiology staff, especially on the weekend were great. Sorry I didn't get more names. Thank you for an overall good experience in our difficult times. Joel V. Goldstein (jvg415@aol.com) for Carol Goldstein (the patient)
05/30/2016
By: Maria R.
Institute for Women's Health and Body - Wellington
I have been going here for 9 years. I love my doctor services. Dr.Emerik, but the staff is very rude. Doesn't make you feel welcomed, from the moment you walk in they don't even greet you and the front staff always engaged in there own conversations. The nurses in the back on there cell phones and don't even greet you. Having personal conversations so unprofessional. The nurse that I had was ok but not welcoming. Omg and when you call this place you are literally on the phone on hold for 30 minutes and you can hear when they pick up the phone and put it on hold again. And every time I call they are very rude no curtesy.
10/10/2016
By: Makevia H.
Institute for Women's Health and Body - Wellington
Dr. Herbst is an excellent gynecologist. He took his time to explain every procedure that I had. He is very knowledgeable, professional and thorough. He has an excellent staff which makes every visit enjoyable. I absolutely love Institute for Women's Health and Body in Wellington. I highly recommend this practice to anyone.
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