There are (3) things that really stood out while being treated at Memorial Hospital. 1. The delicate, professional care that I received was above any/all expectations. I went in for an emergency C-section nearly on my death bed. My BP was 220-110, all organs were failing. I was hours away from non-existance. My husband didn't think I was going to make it, nor did he think our baby was. The team of nurses, doctors and state of the art treatment facility came through and gave me a jump start in life and a miracle baby born 2 months ahead of time. 2. The NICU was really responsive and catered to every need of our baby. During all hours of the day and night my baby has the best care he could have. He was monitored for breathing and was on a feeding tube. The nursing staff made a Valentine Card from our baby to us Mom and Dad. Additionally, the nursing staff encouraged our baby to get better and wrote a poem that was placed above his bed. They could not be more caring. 3. When we went in for the treatment of the C-Secion and the Baby's visit at the NICU, we came with no insurance. We did not ever feel that we were second class. Eventually, our insurance kicked in right in time, but the Doctors and Nurses were not biased in our care. I strongly recommend Memorial Hospital to any and all individuals that want the best medical care to go to visit the Medical team at Memorial Hospital. Thank you Memorial Hospital. We apprecitate you all very much!
I read the review of the woman that had her baby @mem. north. My heart goes out to you. I have had opposite care @ penrose, my mother was an LPN #2 for Dr. Brown an Obg/ Gym. the care and attitude were not acceptable. A friend told me.the attitude was.because I was.houseless at the time. that should not even be an.issue you picked.this career path do ur job and stop the B.S... or get out ,most I had encountered were in it for cash and benifits . that's a joke. I.can.say this I was.an.scrub.tech.. seen it all .now at memorial north the care and bedside manor have been great for the most part. I live closer to penrose and memorial, but I choose to make the drive to mem. north.
On Februaty 9, 2012 my 8 year old daughter was transported via ambulance from Pueblo to memorial children Hospital, she was diagnosed as having a ruptured Appendix and was very sick little girl. Our 5 week journey began....we were in EXCELLENT hands from that point on, Dr. Baesl and P.A. Reynolds put my husband and I at ease with a wealth of information and was very patient with us. During our 7 day stay in the hospital I was very impressed with every one we came into contact with, the RN's and Techs were very compassionate and down right AWESOME. Thank You to all!