350 Parrish St, Canandaigua, NY 14424
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Additional Specialties: Geriatric Medicine, Birthing, Delivery, Gerontology, Chemotherapy Side Effects, Oncology, Pregnancy & Childbirth, Senior Health, Cancer, Malignancies
350 Parrish St
Canandaigua, NY 14424
Specialties: Geriatric Medicine, Birthing, Delivery, Gerontology, Chemotherapy Side Effects, Oncology, Pregnancy & Childbirth, Senior Health, Cancer, Malignancies
Services: CT Scan, Rehabilitation Services/Outpatient, Robotic Surgery, Chemotherapy, ESWL (Kidney Stone Treatment) Services, Psychiatric/Emergency, Neuro-Surgical Services, Hospice, Diagnostic Radiology Services, Spine Surgery, Blood Bank, Wound Care/IP, Ambulatory Surgery, Radiation Therapy, Outpatient Services-InHouse, Acute Care, Dietary Services, Respiratory/Pulmonary Svcs, Joint Replacement, Pharmacy Services, Physical Therapy, Obstetrical Services, Intensive Care/Surgery, Pediatric Services, Nursing Home Care, Cardiology/Non-Invasive, Social Services, Medical/Surgical, Infusion Therapy, Occupational Therapy Services, Rehab, Emergency Services, MRI (Magnetic Res Imaging), Operating Rooms, Angioplasty, Post-Op Recovery Room Services, Clinical Laboratory Services, Audiology Services, Rehabilitation Services/Non-CARF, Vascular Surgery, Ambulatory Surgery Onsite, Speech Pathology Services, SNF Care, Oncology Services, Ultrasound, Reconstructive/Plastic Surg, Ophthalmologic Services, Nuclear Medicine, EGD Procedure, Anatomical Laboratory Services, Inpatient Surgery Services, Neonatal Nursery Services, Orthopedic Surgery, Anesthesia Services, Intensive Care/General, Outpatient Surgery, Psych
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Worst hospitals I have ever been to. The nurses are understaffed, overworked, stressed out, and rude. The ER Dr's are pompous ,arrogant , and rude. They all have the bedside manner is a wet mop. The wait time is so long to be seen, you will literally be there for 3 to 4 hours before you will even be seen or taken back to a room. And once you get there the medical staff is atrocious. A person could quite literally die from neglect at this hospital.
I would like to tell you a story about last Friday Feb.5th 2010. My father has COPD and emphysema. He was having very labored breathing. Stats were 172/98 for BP, Oxygen level was 70 and heart rate was 120. When I got to the hospital I went to park my car . I came in and found my father in a wheel chair and being served. It was just seconds before they wheeled him into triage and started treatments. These people knew what they were doing. We were scared and they took matters into their hands and did an acceptional job. Within moments we were moved into a room in the ER. We had nurses, DRs, Aides helping him. They were just the best team ever. I wanted to express how my experiance was and how they took charge and helped my father who was very very sick in a timely fashion. I realize that some people get irritated when someone comes in and gets in ahead of them but they take you in as demanded by illness. I want to express my deeoest gratitude for all their hard work and cheerful attitude. I wish I could remeber all their names but can onlr think off 2 and that is Melissa and Peter. Like I said they all were so totally awesome. Thankyou alll so much!!!! Heidi Barend-Guerrie