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  • This doctor is all personality, smiles, etc. When he was administering my bronchoscopy he erred and punctured my left lung. I had to spend two nights in the hospital instead of one while they drained the liquids from my lung. He was apologetic and gave me his personal business card with his home phone number and emphasized I could call him anytime to ask questions while I was in the hospital. I tried call him a couple of times and he never answered.
    - Charles W.
  • I was very pleased with Dr. Tate and her staff. She made me feel very comfortable and explained all options and the surgery. She did a great job and I feel so much better now. Her staff was very professional, kind and on top of everything.
    - Judy L.
  • Remember that you are going to a teaching hospital and you should make sure you are treated by an experienced physician vs. an inexperienced resident or fellow. Ask questions and be a strong advocate for your own care. Despite months of appeals and reviews by their "Clinical Excellence and Patient Safety" department, they've determined that they followed all protocols and that I should pay them. Following protocol is not good patient care and a teaching hospital should make sure their residents and fellows are adequately supervised. Needless to say, I will never go to UCH again for any type of care.
    - Marieke S.
  • Dr. Hergott enters all consultations with an understanding of the results and decisions made at the last visit. At this consult we discussed currrent issues and the possible effects of stress. Based of recent increase in BP Dr. Hergott reviewed several potential strategies for managing the situation and changes in the current medication dosing. He set a near term followup visit to review the status consequent to the medication changes, and based on the outcome, to potentially revise the medication strategy.
    - norman w.
  • Finally I went to the emergency room at St. Joseph's where the ER doctor diagnosed me in 5 minutes. I wrote a letter to Kaiser explaining the situation, but Kaiser refused to pay for the ER visit, EVEN THOUGH IT WAS THEIR MISTAKE. The doctors at Kaiser are inexperienced and overworked. I was sick for 4 months due to Kaiser's mistake.
    - bruce m.
  • I requested a report and was charged for interpretation but did not receive further information. My insurance was changed by my employer so follow-up with Dr. Prayer was not possible. I called after receiving the bill for interpretation because there was no interpretation provided. I never heard from them again until mid-June 2014. Now it is too late to pursue even out-of-network insurance payment. I thought the issue had been resolved with the call in March 2013.
    - anne b.
  • Pleasant man greeted us and got us signed in.  Met with a very friendly nurse in the room who asked me some basic questions.  The visit was about 4 hours so order of things is a bit hazy, but a doctor came in with another doctor and we discussed all possibilities of injury.  Mom had two big cuts on her arms.  They did not require stitches, but we were there 3 hours or so before anyone even cleaned or attended to them.  A square of gauze was just put on the big one when we got thereand it immediately bled thru.  Everyone who came into the room would say "We need to clean that up." but that was done last and after doing so, the doctor left the bloody gauze just sitting on the counter.  
    I was told that someone would be coming in to go over her medication list (never did not that it was important)   There was a lot of waiting and different nurses coming had xrays and cat scan which were clear.   Doctor said was just waiting on final read from radiology before letting us go and then they would want to see her walk with walker before discharging.   After another 45 min or so wait, mom was complaining she needed to urgently go to the bathroom.   She was hooked up to pulse, blood pressure monitors, so could not get her up to take her myself.    I went out in hall to flag someone down.  First nurse walked down hall and avoided eye contact when it was obvious I was standing there needing something.  Another nurse could not help me but had me put on call light.  I pressed it and after a few minutes someone came on intercom "Can I help you?'      I stated that my mother needed to go to the bathroom.    The woman did not respond at all.   No "ok we'll send someone down" ..not anything... 
    Next thing I know they are trying to just get us out of there without reviewing the radiology report with doctor or doing the walker test they had wanted to do.   It seemed as if they were just avoiding having to take her to the bathroom and just wanted to get us on our way after having us there for 4 hours.
    After pressing the issue, they did find a walker and walked with her to the bathroom. I walked in front of them into the bathroom which had a big "hat" full of urine sitting on the floor.  I advised nurse and she went in, closed door and cleaned bathroom while we waited.
    Overall with the exception of a couple bright spots...the nurse Lindsay and the man who checked us in, it was a miserable ER experience.   I expect long wait times in the ER, but my 89 year old mom has Alzheimers and it was difficult to get her to sit still and not tear off the monitors ...she must have asked me 30 times why were there.   In addition, the monitor thing was loudly  beeping

     at us constantly. Someone came in and "fixed" it at one point, but it started up again shortly thereafter.  
    Extremely long waiting periods, lots of confusion between staff, not sanitary conditions.  I grew up with Sanford, but would drive the extra couple miles to Avera if there must be a next time.   I checked the doctor on Healthgrades....there were only 2 reviews but had a 1 star average review.
    - LISA C.
  • I visited this practice for the first time and saw Dr. Sunmee Lee on the recommendation of a friend. She is extremely professional yet warm and personable-perfect for an OBGYN.  My one negative comment would be regarding support staff. I have called the practice twice and both times waited over 8 minutes on hold after choosing the phone option to "make an appointment". That's a bit frustrating especially for such a call that in theory, should be quick.
    - Evin W.
  • She is a wonderful psychiatrist. She is very professional. She is very knowledgeable with medication. She does good work with adolescents as well as with adults. The cost is in line with most other professionals.
    - Leslie F.
  • Everything went very well.  I had her deliver my baby and she was great to work with.   Answered all issues/ concerns I had throughout latter part of my pregnancy (I was a transfer to Dr. McVay since I just moved to the area from different state).  Her caring and willingness to answer any issues/concerns patients are great and made me feel easy and comfortable with everything.
    - K N.
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