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216 S Kingshighway Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63110
Near Central West End
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I met a doc n we did a neck surgery. 85 days later im getting another surgery because swelling n neck area..well they cut bones off my neck.to pull the spein backi to try to get enlarged vessels to move. they r not moving.well they failed to support my neck. now my chins on my chest. I feel this was a big waste of time. ur surgery team gave me a bigger problem.another disability. I did not like the staff.they were mean to me. 10 th floor neurosurgery floor. 3 ys later I believe they destroyed my neck and life. oh the surgeon didn't tell me there was multiple surgerys following. -plus he made me wait till the holidays were over to do surgery 2. I wont refer anyone to barnes kingshwy. they ruiened me mfor life.
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My wife was sent to Barnes because of a sub-retinal lesion in her eye almost a year ago. We were taken back immediately, they ran a barrage of tests and all were explained in detail, both what they were doing and what the tests would show. They performed a newer treatment on her and rather than have to repeat it, the problem cleared up with little to no issue since. I, myself, will be looking into Barnes for their Burn unit in the near future. By the way, dil---Walgreens offer flu shots for $15, and if you have insurance it should cover that as well. That's how I got mine
My 77 year old father went in for a circulatory bypass in his leg in February of 2009. The nurses let him get bedsores and as a result he had to stay in a nursing home for a month after the surgury. Upon returning for a follow up in November, they needed to do an emergency sergury to bypass the same vein installation that they had previously replaced. In other words, the same surgery. We may or may not take legal action.
To top it off, one of the CNAs threw away his two hearing aids that were in a cup on his dresser. They were worth $2,000.
My wife went in for a very serious treatment and the staff and the doctors the nurses was the nicest and caring people around. And i have nothing but good things to say about the hospital i would tell everyone about it and give it very high marks. But then again i have not received the bill yet.
For the last 3 years I have went to Barnes to get my flu shot not just for me but also my family.Last year I was in Barnes for surgery.I am on a fixed income now so the flu shots mean more now to me than ever.I watched the local news for info so I would know when they were being given out but I seen nothing.I was very dissappointed when I did find out it was already over.My question to Barnes now is where can people on a fixed income get their flu shot Now?And if possible if any shots are left can we still get one.I do not think that Barnes did a very good job of getting out the word on this and I think alot of people missed out.People like me who cannot afford to pay.The shot has always worked very well for me and my family in keeping us from being ill.Now I do not know what to do.Can someone please tell me?
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