Corinth Hospital ER
A site to look at

Olive Branch, MS

#23 Mar 6, 2013
James wrote:
What's the sites address? I would like to see for myself.
1. Death in procedures where mortality is usually very low*****-WORSE THAN AVERAGE--!!!!
2. Collapsed lung due to a procedure around the chest---WORSE THAN AVERAGE--
3. Respiratory Failure following surgery---WORSE THAN AVERAGE---
There are so many sites on this an I'm not At computer so try this for starts,but it is not the one I read Yesterday--The above statements are on this site: www.healthgrades.com . Magnolia Regopnal health Center,Corinth,ms
Also worse than average is worse than average on readmisson of heart attack patients with angioplasty/stent with in 180 days and stroke. diabetic Acidosis and coma in hospital -Worse than average.. Gastrointestinal bowel obstruction in hospital -Worse than average means mortality is higher.( these are based on mortality rates at this hospital) so survival, Tell me.
MRS DONALD TRUMP

Tupelo, MS

#24 Mar 6, 2013
I must say Magnolia Hospital has always been a shame to most people from Corinth and surrounding areas. I am ashamed of it and the way they treat patients.

My daddy was admitted by Dr. Corder. When Dr. Corder came in he stated my dad could be discharged.(Friday)
Seems he did not write the discharge order for the release so they would not allow my daddy to leave. I assume the reason he did not write it was because the lady that was with him was giggly to him all while he was mumbling to my daddy. I feel every patient deserves eye contact.

I ended up calling me every thing and a liar too. I told her I was taking my daddy home and she could not stop me. Then she played the trump card and told my 80 year old daddy if he left the hositpal medicare would not pay for his stay. I did not feel threaten but my daddy did. He would not leave. Dr. Corder came in on Monday and asked my daddy what was he still there for. The lady friend was with him again. She butted in and told Dr. Corder his daughter called me over the weekend and she thought she had wanted him to stay to be on the safe side. I don't know what she was thinking but I can't admit patients. I called her on it and mentioned that was not the conversation we had and I told her to tell Dr. Corder what she told me about Medicare not paying. She told me Dr. Corder was not there to hear patients complaining....it was his job to see patients. I asked her to step out into the hallway and I told her before I left that hosptial she would go into my daddy's room and tell him what she had said to me about Dr. Corder was there to see patient and not listen to patients complaining about having to stay. I never fully found out who this gal was or what her purpose in life was other that acting giddy around Dr. Corder.....it was not about compassion I can tell you that. I will never step foot in that hospital again. This is my opinion.....it is a want to be hospital. Never will have the guidance or leadership because the board and the physicans. One of the board members never finished high school. It is so very sad to me that this is allowed to go on and so many look the other way and have all my life. I understand this is a blistering post and I am sure I will be misunderstood for putting a name out there but I really do not care. You just wait and see how quick this thread will go down. Magnolia Hospital's motto should be "A place to go and die and you did see a doctor"
American Indian

United States

#25 Mar 6, 2013
I went there one night after returning from a raid on the pony soldiers. I had several bullet wounds and a few knife wounds. I had a big sore on my butt from riddin my pony a long way to the hospital. I waited two moons there and they never did see me. I think they just do not treat Indians. I may turn them in to the Deparment of Indian Affairs and get the whole bunch barred from all Indian casinos for life. I doubt anybody there makes it to the happy hunting ground.
James

Corinth, MS

#26 Mar 6, 2013
A site to look at wrote:
<quoted text>
1. Death in procedures where mortality is usually very low*****-WORSE THAN AVERAGE--!!!!
2. Collapsed lung due to a procedure around the chest---WORSE THAN AVERAGE--
3. Respiratory Failure following surgery---WORSE THAN AVERAGE---
There are so many sites on this an I'm not At computer so try this for starts,but it is not the one I read Yesterday--The above statements are on this site: www.healthgrades.com . Magnolia Regopnal health Center,Corinth,ms
Also worse than average is worse than average on readmisson of heart attack patients with angioplasty/stent with in 180 days and stroke. diabetic Acidosis and coma in hospital -Worse than average.. Gastrointestinal bowel obstruction in hospital -Worse than average means mortality is higher.( these are based on mortality rates at this hospital) so survival, Tell me.
Read through the entire site. I agree that on the first page it appears that Magnolia falls short. After reading the disclaimers and site agreements sections, I found the report is base on satisfaction reports from patients; not a formal process. But the final decision is still up to you. Don't like the hospital, drive to another. Seems simple enough to me.
nearly died

Jonesboro, AR

#27 Mar 6, 2013
James wrote:
<quoted text>Read through the entire site. I agree that on the first page it appears that Magnolia falls short. After reading the disclaimers and site agreements sections, I found the report is base on satisfaction reports from patients; not a formal process. But the final decision is still up to you. Don't like the hospital, drive to another. Seems simple enough to me.
Well it's that simple for those of us who know. For those of us who were lucky enough to live threw their mistakes but what about those who don't know? What about those who weren't as lucky. We're not tslking about a car getting a bad mechanic.
What

Desoto, TX

#28 Mar 6, 2013
www.healthgrades.com The Mag scored Better Than Average on most of the indicators listed.
A site to look at

Olive Branch, MS

#29 Mar 6, 2013
James wrote:
<quoted text>
Read through the entire site. I agree that on the first page it appears that Magnolia falls short. After reading the disclaimers and site agreements sections, I found the report is base on satisfaction reports from patients; not a formal process. But the final decision is still up to you. Don't like the hospital, drive to another. Seems simple enough to me.
Perhaps the comments were recorded from patient Info.I don't believe they could rate
The hospital worse than average on deaths and outcomes without having Checked the hospital mortality records. This comparison could not come from patient surveys because the dead could not answer for themselves. Hospital records are the only other source to cover a span of 180 days.
I checked it out

United States

#30 Mar 6, 2013
I looked at the site today. The website stated that it's source was from Medicare records. I'm not trying to discredit the website but I would also like to see what percentage of patients treated at Magnolia use Medicare, which are typically elderly people. If you only take numbers from that one demographic then I'm sure the mortality rate might appear higher because of the age of the patient. Again, I'm not trying to outright discredit the website or totally defend Magnolia because up until this point I've been fortunate enough to not need serious or extensive medical attention but I know someday I will. All I'm saying is that when you look at stuff like the ratings posted on this one website there are other factors that need to be considered as well before you make a final opinion on something like that.
?

United States

#31 Mar 6, 2013
About 60 percent
please dont

Corinth, MS

#32 Mar 6, 2013
Everyone on Medicare is elderly and since all hospitals are judged by the same criteria that still means magnolia kills more than an average amount of their Medicare patients...as long as they get paid...those doctors have condos to pay for man...
Social worker

United States

#33 Mar 7, 2013
Although most medicare patients are elderly, those recieving disability are also on Medicare after a 2 year waiting period. Lord knows this county has many disability recipients that are far from retirement age.
Bubba

Corinth, MS

#34 Mar 7, 2013
we carried a woman in to corinth E R .in a ambulance they checked her and made her set in the waiting room and she was in a bad way.
if you want to die go to corinth hospital or e r they will help you along. dames place i every seen.
Hospital Woes

Olive Branch, MS

#35 Mar 7, 2013
Bubba wrote:
we carried a woman in to corinth E R .in a ambulance they checked her and made her set in the waiting room and she was in a bad way.
if you want to die go to corinth hospital or e r they will help you along. dames place i every seen.
Even just using Medicare patience to compare with other hospitals, we received Worst Than Average rating for Death among all hospitals for none critical procedures. We also showed, no Malpractice no discipline actions taken on any doctors. So we have a worse than average chance of dying by choosing to have minor problems handle at our hospital by a doctor who is being protected by not letting the public about his records. Look on the Internet. Trust worthy sites are making these comparison on hospitals., but hospitals are hiding info on doctors.
shaken

Corinth, MS

#36 Mar 7, 2013
Wow so happy I seen this. I almost died at Magnolia ER not long ago. I was given the wrong type of med for what was wrong an not treated for other . I was give someone else papers an didn't realize it till the next day. I wasn't assessed properly or even questioned about meds an when I last took those meds. Only ask if I had A certain question that I answered yes to and would any other time have oxygen an was not. I was told by my own doctor not to go back there. It was the worst thing I have ever been through. I wonder if the other person even know what was wrong with them since I have the one paper of theirs that tells the diagnosis. Shame on them shame on Mag ER! It has left me with other problems !
unknown

New Albany, MS

#37 Mar 7, 2013
MRS DONALD TRUMP wrote:
I must say Magnolia Hospital has always been a shame to most people from Corinth and surrounding areas. I am ashamed of it and the way they treat patients.
My daddy was admitted by Dr. Corder. When Dr. Corder came in he stated my dad could be discharged.(Friday)
Seems he did not write the discharge order for the release so they would not allow my daddy to leave. I assume the reason he did not write it was because the lady that was with him was giggly to him all while he was mumbling to my daddy. I feel every patient deserves eye contact.
I ended up calling me every thing and a liar too. I told her I was taking my daddy home and she could not stop me. Then she played the trump card and told my 80 year old daddy if he left the hositpal medicare would not pay for his stay. I did not feel threaten but my daddy did. He would not leave. Dr. Corder came in on Monday and asked my daddy what was he still there for. The lady friend was with him again. She butted in and told Dr. Corder his daughter called me over the weekend and she thought she had wanted him to stay to be on the safe side. I don't know what she was thinking but I can't admit patients. I called her on it and mentioned that was not the conversation we had and I told her to tell Dr. Corder what she told me about Medicare not paying. She told me Dr. Corder was not there to hear patients complaining....it was his job to see patients. I asked her to step out into the hallway and I told her before I left that hosptial she would go into my daddy's room and tell him what she had said to me about Dr. Corder was there to see patient and not listen to patients complaining about having to stay. I never fully found out who this gal was or what her purpose in life was other that acting giddy around Dr. Corder.....it was not about compassion I can tell you that. I will never step foot in that hospital again. This is my opinion.....it is a want to be hospital. Never will have the guidance or leadership because the board and the physicans. One of the board members never finished high school. It is so very sad to me that this is allowed to go on and so many look the other way and have all my life. I understand this is a blistering post and I am sure I will be misunderstood for putting a name out there but I really do not care. You just wait and see how quick this thread will go down. Magnolia Hospital's motto should be "A place to go and die and you did see a doctor"
If you are smart you will never use Corder again, either. If he let her say what she did about him not answering complaints in front of him and he didnt put her in her place, he is not a fit doctor for anyone! Hope your father is doing better.
Lilly Pod

Corinth, MS

#38 Mar 7, 2013
The ER has problems, but my dad was in the cath lab yesterday and they couldn't have been better. I'm not an expert by any means but those nurses were excellent.
shaken

Corinth, MS

#39 Mar 7, 2013
There are some good doctors and nurses at Magnolia but........ For every doctor that does not do right by his patients it makes 5 good ones a bad name as well as the facility. Instead of the facility standing behind wrong care and dangerous medical practice they should stand behind the patient.
Nurses I understand take orders from the doctors in ER but when they witness the doctor do wrong, order the wrong meds , witness patient abuse they should speak out if only in a private way. Of course they should be trained to call a doctor out when the meds ordered are harmful to the patient.
nurse 2

Corinth, MS

#40 Mar 7, 2013
nurse wrote:
Think you're sick now...wait till you get that big bill! Try to keep fluids in ya and go see your Dr. tomorrow.
Sure that's where they are getting all that big money to expand!! Fools that run up there all the time and let their insurance get scammed!! While they pay their help nothing. You know? Every nurse thinks if they tell people they work at the hospital they are big shots. New nurses start out and 18 hr if they lucky and not gonna get much more than that 5 years from now. They jump to hire you young fools because you think 18hr is rich and by the time they deduct everything out of you check you don't bring home as much as a CAT worker. Now if you want to make real money and get experience go to Collierville hosp and work weekend. Around $40 hr. don't continue to be slaves
nurse 2

Corinth, MS

#41 Mar 7, 2013
A Waste wrote:
<quoted text>Napper spent millions for new emergency-room and guess what you will still set and wait for hours while Doctors and Nurses play with each other.Was there Fri. night set for over 2 hrs left and went to a real hospital N.M.M.C. and seen a Doctor and was on my way home in less than 1 hr. after getting there. Another Napper waste of money how much longer can we afford him?
As long as there are fools that will work there for nothing he will always be there to build with your pay check
nurse 2

Dallas, TX

#42 Mar 7, 2013
Right wrote:
<quoted text>Always been that way and will never change.Sell it to Baptist or NMMC
and get someone who can and will run it.
Prather, Gregory and some of the older doctors toss their money so they can keep control of what's going on. If they sell out they know they will probably be the first to be put out

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