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  • I can't say enough good things about Dr. Aguilar. I needed emergency back surgery in November 2016 due to an infection. He has a terrific bedside manner, didn't rush through any appointments, and spent time with my family to answer any of there questions. The surgery was a major success and he even corrected some issues I was having with my back outside of the infection. I highly recommend him!
    - Fran R.
  • I've been seeing Dr. Beyers for about 18 years now. I've never had a bad experience with him. He is always willing to answer any questions I may have and spends as much time as needed to ensure I am comfortable. He is very thorough in diagnosis and treatment plans as well.
    - HAROLD L.
  • My cardiologist was very friendly as was the cardiology attending. She made sure that I was comfortable with the plan she came up. For convenience, I was also able to get an echocardiogram on the same day (so I didn't have to make the trip twice). Of note, UPMC Presbyterian, Montefiore, and Shadyside are all teaching hospitals. I actually prefer this because they tend to be more academic with many of the best in their specialities. The trainees (fellows, residents, medical students) just mean that you have more doctors taking care of you (while a supervising attending physician oversees everything).
    - Catherine T.
  • I got an infections in the area of the surgery. I've washed out of there. Upon my discharge I was not given a pad to change. They had an open garbage can and it was dirty. they had to cut my leg back open to get cleaned out the infection. I wasn't happy with Shadyside Hospital. It's really nothing good about their sanitary. I would never ever go back to Shadyside, absolutely not. I would never use them again in the future.
    - Glenn B.
  • He went into cardiac arrest and broke two vertebrae when he fell. He was in pretty bad shape. I could tell that people did not anticipate his recovery and the orthopedic surgeon wanted to operate. They kept postponing it because of the cardiac ICU and my husband made a full recovery because of them. I give them credit for that. They did what they were supposed to do. The cardiologist met us in the emergency room and was very nice. He was amazing. The hospital put him in a study to study people with his condition so they followed up. If they had not done what they were trained to do he would not have pulled through.

    - Glenn B.
  • The brain injury unit they put him on was a secure unit. They locked him in so he could not wander on the floor. He also was secured to a wheel chair because he fell at another hospital. That way he had somebody accompany him if he had to go to the bathroom. At night they have these tents that they zip people in so they can't get out of bed. He is too large for the tent so they had a sitter sit in his room all night and he did not like that. When they get up from bed the bed is alarmed in case they try to get out of bed. He was only there for nine or ten days. They put a defibrillator in his chest because he had had a cardiac arrest. I have no complaints about his care. Because the patients visitors may be staying there for a while they had a laundry there where they could wash and dry their clothes and supplied their own little laundry rooms. It was very accommodating. There was furniture in his room in case he had visitors.

    - Glenn B.
  • He was reassuring, very informative, very affable person, he let's you know, he was concern and I like my doctor. He's amazing. I would recommend them to everyone. I would use them again in the future.
    - Glenn B.
  • Catherine Anderson, an internist, reviewed all of my tests. She talked to me for 10-15 minutes which was exceptional and had a good bedside manner. The ambulance stayed with me until I got a room. I was in the hallway on the gurney for half an hour. I waited in the room for someone to come in for another half hour. They had all my information but didn't know how sick I was. Someone should have came in to confirm what was given by paramedics.
    - Barrett B.
  • I checked in with the outpatient services and it was without any wait time.
    The check in at the imaging department was quick with friendly staff. The wait to get the xrays was a little longer than I would want. The xray technician was very friendly and professional. She treated me with respect and helped me whenever needed.
    The process went along without incidence.
    - A R.
  • If anything happens, that is the closest hospital, so I keep everybody in one place. I went there when I was diagnosed with cancer. I used the ER there a number of times in the last year. The people are always nice, and they treat you great. I have nothing bad to say about them, I have been treated very well there. For my surgery, I had to go for chemo first, and they had to shrink the tumor as much as possible before the surgery.  The punctuality depends on what the day of the week is, and if it is a holiday. If you go to the ER on a holiday, there is usually a wait. The staff is excellent.
    - Alice K.
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