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  • D
    St Marys Hospital Medical Center

    There were no good experiences at this hospital. They are very unorganized and the hospitalists (in house doctors) don't seem very knowledgeable. As one example: my mother had a hip fracture. The surgery was done at St. Mary's but it was a complicated case and she had to be transported to another hospital with a surgeon who had more experience with her type of break. She was in horrible pain and had to be carried from her bed to a chair and could only sit upright for about 15 minutes at a time. When she was transported to the other hospital, which is a 45 minute drive, they had her sit up in a wheelchair in back of a van despite many protests! She was in horrible pain. My father had heart problems and was experiencing trouble breathing and light headedness. He went to St. Mary's emergency room because this is where his doctor admitted patients. Even though my mother brought all his meds and explained his history, the doctor diagnosed him with an ear infection! After protesting, a cardio doctor was called in; my father was experiencing congestive heart failure and arrhythmia and had to have his heart shocked back into rhythm.

    There are too many other incidents with both my parents and myself to write them in this space.

    So, even if I needed emergency care and St. Mary's was the closest hospital, I'd ask to be brought to the closest funeral home'd save a trip.

    - Denise H.
  • B
    BlueCross BlueShield of Georgia
    My health insurance is quite expensive to begin with, but then I also receive bills after each visit that are generally at least $120 or more. The company does not cover much of a doctor's visit, a small portion of the appointment fee and very little if any services performed while at the appointment, especially blood work. I have a flex spending account with my insurance, but every time I try to access it through there website it says that I am not a member. Every time I have to call the customer service number, which is all just an automated voice message. It takes forever to actually get a representative on the line. When I finally do get a person to help me, they are not very helpful. I get told the same thing every time, that I am registered in there system and that it should be working for me to log in. After about ten minutes of telling them that it still is not working, they reset everything, and then I am finally able to get in. It's a very frustrating and annoying process to go through each time I want to look at my account.
    - Ryan M.
  • B
    Aurora BayCare Medical Center
    We go to Aurora Medical Center and Aurora Bay Care for all our family medical needs. It is an beautiful building and the people are extremely nice and knowledgeable. You can always feel like you are receiving the utmost best and latest medical treatment possible. I feel very confident in choosing Aurora over the other local hospitals and emergency care facilities.
    - James D.
  • A
    Aurora BayCare Medical Center
    Aurora had very good preparation classes I took before delivery in both the labor options and breastfeeding. The class on labor was very good, as it gave a very good idea of how they typically handle it in that particular hospital. I learned they had a 95% epidural rate, which I didn't want, but I was doing a hospital birth in case I needed one, so it was reassuring to know that they were familiar with them.
    The hospital has a very good check-in procedure; you just walk up to the L and D unit and they get you to your room, as long as you pre-registered a couple weeks earlier. The nurses change shifts every 12 hours, but they are careful not to let it interfere with patient care. They also have all the necessary technology needed to be available when you need them; the nurses have pager/phones that are hooked up to the nurses station so someone always answers your call. They were very nice, but they didn't really help with the actual labor much, as they are used to doing epidurals. I don't believe that nurses are really expected to help you through contractions and such these days; they are more highly educated than a nurse from, say the 1970s. If you want a birth coach, you need to rely on your partner or hire a doula or midwife; most hospitals don't have enough staff to have a nurse assigned to you during your entire labor, and aurora was no exception.
    My doctors were not aurora doctors, but had privledges, and the hospital staff didn't have a problem with them. The delivery staff was great and worked like a well oiled machine; they were all in their late 20s, or early 30s - I delivered at night, so I'm assuming the older staff have the day shifts. The male delivery tech followed the doctor's orders to a T and really helped him do the maneuvering to get my large, 10 lb., baby out. The nursery nurses were great about letting me hold the baby right away and asking us if we were ready to let them do the weight, bath, etc. The best part was the way they got everything done and the room cleaned up within an hour, and that included at least a half hour of patching up on me.
    The best part about the hospital is the 24-hour lactation staff. I had trouble getting the baby to eat, so they had me pump until she woke up more and had my husband tube-feed her until then. After I told them I wanted to breastfeed, none of the staff ever mentioned formula or bottles, even when it was difficult. The lactation consultant came promptly every time I needed to feed the baby and helped me get the latch right; if I wouldn't have had them, I don't know if I would have suceeded.
    The only negatives I experienced were that after the baby is born, you aren't a priority anymore. Totally understandable if the nurses are in the middle of a delivery, but I expected that they would have a couple CNAs on staff to handle things like getting me new linen or water, etc. when the nurses were busy. As far as I know from my stay and from other visits in the unit, it is only staffed by full RNs; they have housekeepers and dietary staff, but no in-betweeners like CNAs who can take care of the little things.
    I would highly recommend the hospital, especially if you want an epidural birth; they would be okay with natural birth too, but you would need your own support persons, as the nurses aren't really trained in it.
    - Bridget V.
  • A
    Johnson, Dr. Peter R
    I don't have to go anywhere else as they do everything. The other hospitals here send us elsewhere if we need to have something extensive done, but with Aurora BayCare, I don't have to go anywhere else for absolutely any and everything. I see one doctor there who is my OB and he takes care of everything. He delivered my babies. I had cancer screening and he took care of that. He also sets me up for colonoscopies. I would refer them to a friend or family member.
    - Jennifer C.
  • A
    St Marys Hospital Medical Center
    Parking is easy. They do have valiet service, which i used a few times when i was having difficulty with balance. I normally don't use the valet parking service, but if i need to again i know it works well. I park my car. Go up to the infusion room, check in at the desk 15 minutes before my appointment. She tells me i can go directly to the infusion room. My infusion has always started on time. no issues with it, whats more to say? I've always been asked if i want anything to eat or drink during the infusion, which i neved do, but i am always asked. Did once have bothersome killer headach and they were very nice in dimming the room and allowing my to be away from chatter of other patients---St Mary's is very good about individual stuff like that...
    - lynn v.
  • A
    CVS Pharmacy
    I emailed my Prevea doctor in the AM, he faxed a prescription over late AM, and the pharmacy had it ready for pickup early evening. I've just not gotten over to pick it up yet, and they keep calling to remind me.
    - Patrick M.
  • A
    Target Pharmacy
    I have used, and will continue to use, Target Pharmacy for my main pharmaceutical needs.  I've always dealt with polite staff and knowledgeable pharmacists at this location.  The whole process is fluid, with my prescription almost always ready when I get there.  If it isn't, I can do some quick shopping and then stop back.  Getting a 5% discount at Target after 5 fills is a nice plus too (on top of the 5% from the Target card).
    - Steven S.
  • A
    Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium
    Felt very welcome.
    - Sarah F.
  • A
    Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium
    Went well. Friendly.
    - Virginia W.
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  • Doc Wellbee

    3957 Pleasantdale Rd Ste 107
    Atlanta, Georgia
  • Humana

    600 WI-54
    Black Creek, Wisconsin
  • Humana

    1263 Main Street
    Green Bay, Wisconsin