- Ron Tizzard
- November 21, 2012 - 08:06
Comment, while is not directly 'on point'...through the years, I attended Emerg with my wife, and on my own behalf. Staff - we both found to be excellent both from the perspectives of Patience, Support, Acknowledgement and 'professional Care'. Suggestions - limited space...in all the Emergency Care areas...cramped tight, dowdy space which adds to 'waiting pateints' anxieties....NOT TO MENTION THE MORALE WORKING IN SUCH AREAS FOR EXTENDED HOURS ON ANY GIVEN DAY. WHY DO THESE AREA HAVE TO SEEM LIKE BUNKERS, IN THE BOWELS OF THE HOSPITAL...IN AND OF ITSELF THAT IS A CONCERN WHICH SHOULD BE ADDRESSED.... STAFF - GET TRIPPLE - 'AAA' ---LOCATION ----BOTHERSOME.
- I'm Just Saying ....
- November 21, 2012 - 06:46
Is it just me, or what? This is a voluntary thing as I understand it. It is not status quo unless one doesn't want the info given out? Personally, I have no issue with health update given to caring folk who call in about me. Certainly saves time & evergy from having made a trip to the hospital to see someone only to find a sign on the door saying "NO VISITORS". Duffy, don't know what you're smoking but you make no sense whatsoever. Are you down on Eastern Health; the staff or the world in general? If you see a health professional with that disrespectful attitude, then it's no surprise you are not getting the response from others that you are looking for.
- W Bagg
- November 20, 2012 - 20:08
deadly, now when my 85 year old aunt who lives alone strokes out, I'll never know where she is. Shoulda killed 2 birds with one stone and added an addendum to bill 29
- November 20, 2012 - 18:18
Instead of throwing money away on useless dribble why not fix the Third World Emergency Room Operation at Carbonear. You can wait there for hours and hours while some leave for St. Johns in hopes of care and others complain about a "I got a belly ache or a hang-over" and want to see a doctor because they do not want to take off work to see their doctor during the week. Betwen the inefficiency, lack of staff or laziness (I don't know) and the ones that abuse the system - it has stopped working. It is a complete failure from my experiences and those that discuss the operation after a visit.
- Fred from Brigus
- November 21, 2012 - 07:54
Duffy if you have a pain in the a$$ you probably are a pain in the a$$.