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  • My husband had a sudden heart attack in March 2010 and was taken to Jewish Hospital in an ambulance. The paramedic did not let me ride in the ambulance with my husband. I had told  to ride with the firefighter in a separate car. I waited in the emergency room for a hour or so and the was told that he passed away. The doctor and nurse were very cold when they told me the news. I went to the room where my husband was and asked for a full autopcy. I also asked for our Provider name locked. . We had no family or relatives in Cincinnati.  I called for a couple of friends and they came. We stayed in the room waiting for out-of-town calls and Provider name locked. . After about 2 hours, we were told that they have to move the body downstairs and were asked to leave. So we left without the Provider name locked. and my husband did not receive the Sacrament of Last Rite. There was a crotcheted sheet that the hospital put on his body. The nurse asked if I wanted it. Since it did not belonged to us, I said no. Later, some friends told me  that this sheet is usually given to the survivor in memory of the deceased. The nurse should have told us about this when she asked us.  So I did not get to keep the sheet that my husband passed away in.  I suspect that the fact that my husband was  Caucasian and my friends and I were Asian might have affected the way that we were treated. Jewish Hospital outsourced the autopsy to a lab in University of Cincinnati. I had to go through several places (Provider name locked. office, University hospital etc.) to get the full autopsy report.  I have the report reviewed by out of state University and it was lousily written. The autopsy was not thoroughly conducted.  I do not know what else I can do now. I am all alone in town and did not know anyone here. It was so helpless and hopeless. Angie's list is the only place where I can broadcast this. I hope no one will have to go through what I did. DO NOT go to Jewish hostpital when you have an emergency.
  • I have been seeing Dr. Provider name locked. for a number of years. He is very personable. He has taken an interest in me and my medical problems. I never feel short changed or rushed. He is professional.
    - Jay S.
  • My husband and I were very pleased with our experience at B North. Because of a long labor, we spent about 19 hours on the labor and delivery floor. We had three different nurses, all of whom were excellent. The L&D nurse who was with us 7am-7pm even stayed after her shift so that she could see our son enter the world. The delivery room was very spacious, which allowed me and my husband to walk around a lot during the labor. After the delivery, we transferred to the postpartum recovery floor, and again the Provider name locked. nurses provided excellent care to me and my son. Our son roomed in with us (my husband stayed overnight with me), and we were able to accompany him to the nursery when he needed tests or treatments. The pediatrician affiliated with the hospital was also knowledgeable and friendly. Overall, I felt like the hospital staff provided us with lots of information, were respectful of our decisions, and took very good care of us during this very important time for our family.
    - AMANDA H.
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