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After my last visit, I will probably not utilize St. Vincent Emergency department ever again, which is very sad. I called many times because there were issues with meds that were not prescribed to me and the physician was rude and rushed me out of the room and I felt as though I did not mean anything to them, I guess because I was seen for something other than COVID???? Not happy! :o/
Visit with a friend. The staff were very helpful. They helped me find the room and had an enjoyable experience.
The nurses and techs on 7 east were outstanding, caring, and patient during my last stay which was very difficult. I can't remember all their names but they surely remember me. They weren't the doctor's, but these staff members are the heart of the care system. They advocate for you with the doctor's and did the absolute best they could in a complicated case. Thank you ladies and gentleman. You are heroes.
Ascension St. Vincent Hospital - Indianapolis / 2001 W 86th St, Indianapolis, IN 46260
Took my mom to get a colonoscopy d/t excessive diarrhea. Scheduled it a day before her birthday to make sure she would be able to enjoy her big day. Unfortunately she still had some extremely hard stools that required her to have to come back the next day ( her birthday) and do the stool prep all over again. The next day she came back and had the test done and was successful. Praise God it was normal. The Staff bought her a large cupcake and made a birthday card for her to celebrate her birthday. I am so thankful to the staff for not only doing a fantastic job but for helping my mom turn a bad morning into a blessed Birthday.
We recently had an opportunity to see the birthing center process and administrative oversight of the IU Health Ball Memorial. I would plead to any expecting mother; find another location to bring your child into this world?!? We traveled to Indiana with our daughter who was 36+ weeks, against my concern, to a family Christmas. The adventure started off we first were funneled through a security checkpoint due to the late hour and the hospital being on security lock then down a long empty corridor where a Christmas tree was on a stretcher. My 4-year-old turns to me, with a lit-up Christmas tree laying all alone and asks, “Why isn’t anyone helping the Christmas tree, I thought this was a hospital?”. I rebuttal with someone who was trying to play a joke, the Christmas tree is okay. Then after traveling through their main lobby, we find another Christmas tree with the Grinch at the top. Cute and a funny store but as a God-fearing family, our children know the significance of the Star/Angel on the top. So, my child again pulls on my sleeve and says “Daddy, why isn’t the star up there to light the way?” Digressing, we were blessed with our first granddaughter on Dec 7th in the early hours. Though she was a nuchal cord birth and only 5 lbs. 7 oz she got a 9/10 Apgar and passed the car seat test within 24 hrs. of birth and all other tests were good/great. Due to the long drive and mom/baby being healthy we asked to leave before their 48-hour minimum to not force a newborn and mother into a vehicle for 10 straight hours and that’s when things changed. We were first told that we could not leave, and any attempt would have us arrested. Then I explained to them the legal rights of the child fall to that child’s parent and even offering the phone number and dates of appointments for baby/mom with their regular doctor. Then they started making threats about calling Child Protection Services and I quickly thwarted those accusations and false medical jargon they use to push people around. After realizing that I was not as uneducated as the normal hospital clientele they called in a “CHAPLAIN NURSE”. She was one of the major aggressors in this entire calamity, she was a small late-forties 5-foot blonde-haired Chaplain nurse for the birthing ward. When our doctor could not convince me of their Draconian ways, they called this woman over, who attempted to control the conversation with over-speaking and bullying tactics. Since she was too close-minded to have an intelligent conversation I walked away and refused to listen to the rest of her tirade. She then called the hospital police, in an attempt, to scare me into accepting their will. Now, I have attended a lot of different types of churches in quite a few states and NOWHERE have I seen a “CHRISTIAN” act like this woman. We were then pulled to the side by a concerned doctor who tried to express the backlash for questioning the administration and offered a patient advocate for assistance in circumventing the bureaucratic process; she was as useful as a knife is for eating soup. After finally accepting that we were not going to leave before they allowed us to and personally apologizing to the nurses and personnel that had we mere bystanders in the event; the administration decided that we needed to keep a UV light for a Bilirubin count of 7.5 (Which I was later told by the baby’s actual doctor that was unnecessary and he had never heard of that for such a low level). After trying everything to keep us there and failing, one of the head nurses asked us to leave our granddaughter for a week or two and come back and get her. She assured us that everything would be okay and sometimes this is standard. Quickly, that idea was put to rest and she assured us she was only checking. I know the story sounds like a science fiction novel, but pictures don’t lie. If you are not able to use another facility, please be hands-on in every decision, every patient move and never let someone who cannot defend themselves out of the sight of someone who loves them and can protect them.
I feel so bad for missing survey of same day surgery staff. I have to tell you, I've been to hospitals all over this country and never so pleased with one such as here. The same day staff, administrators and nurses were incredible. Yes, dont forget the sign in folks, wow, they made me feel better about going in. From the minute I stepped into Ball Hospital to the moment I was wheel chaired (thank you Betsy) to the car it was an incredible experience. Of course Dr. Kim, a very caring and compassionate doctor, also Nick for caring and making sure I slept. AND the nurses you took excellent care of me. You ladies I cannot praise enough. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Also don't forget the nurse, forgive me on names, but the one that helps you get dressed for home, everyone except the hot blonds (lol) thank you. Thank you to the lady passing out the masks when you walk in to the ones who check you and send you in the right direction. It's a shame we can't give hugs these days because you are all loved. Thank you again for what you do and the caring you show doing so. God Bless you all!
IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital / 2401 W University Ave, Muncie, IN 47303