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valerie rushing

Alcoa, TN

#66 Jan 14, 2012
funny wrote:
You have made me look quite intelligent. And you have accomplished the exact opposite for yourself. I have only stated the complete truth. Bye bye pitiful lady. You truly do need more help than any local hospital can give. Im sure Mayfield will take your Medicaid card.
I don't have a medicaid card. If I did parkway would of treated me differently. They will close down and you will be without a job so don't have too much pity for me, besides egomaniacs like yourself always wind up with what they deserve.I am sure everyone you know despises you including your own illigitamit children.

United States

#67 Jan 15, 2012
It is amazing how crazy this whole post sounds funny how people stereotype and helots each other over a hospital I do happen to live in the Fulton area have been to Fulton er several different time and have had some positive and negative experiences but for goodness sake the people that work there are human doing a job I am also in the healthcare profession and have no ties to parkway there are rude nurses and drs I am not fond of there but come on do u really think posting on the internet about them is gonna truely change anything I must say it was interesting to read the post when I believe the experiences were real u should also keep in mind there truely are laws and guidelines and th er is truely there to stabilize and render short term care while no u r not always admitted for seizures if they deemed u were stable sending u home is very realistic also not to say u might not have needed further treatment although pointing u were in CCU one time icu both very different floors and levels of care and a trip to er for someone known to have seizures isn't always needed speaking from experience with my child who has seizures and is followed by her drs and treated with meds enough on that now for the Dr prescribing meds someone was allergic to one u should know your alergeries and double and check all eds u take before taking them and check with your pharmacy and make sure they have your allergies on file many time those errors can be caught and rely people the drs and nurses taking g u are of u don't care what kind of insurance u have because news flash they get paid whether u pay the bill or not nurses r paid hourly a d drs are contracted by a company that pays them whether u pay the hospital or not in er 9 out of 10a drs and nurse don't even look or care to know how u r paying your bill and the hospital or Dr can't refuse to see anyone if it is for a cold,broken bone, stroke, or seeking meds they have to see u if u request to be seen
valerie rushing

Alcoa, TN

#69 Jan 16, 2012
They should change their name to parkway stabilizing center. I didn't take the time to decipher all your cute shortcuts. You is not that hard to type instead of u. Neither is are instead of r. You are right they are going to get paid wether they care or not. If you die or not they will get paid. Congratulations you made your point.
sherree tyree

United States

#70 Jun 16, 2012
back when greg(dr. cox)&i were lovers,he was a very cruel pompus ass dickhead!his bed side manner lacks the charm of a jackass!i just hope that r 2 children(boy 7&girl 5)won't turn out 2 be like him at all!he's nothin' but a white witch doctor&lame ass lover 2 boot!!!

Centertown, KY

#71 Jun 17, 2012
thats funny

Ft Mitchell, KY

#72 Jun 18, 2012
DR Cox prescribes 120 loritab a month for a family member of mine who has a history of drug addiction

REALLY How great is this
elbow grease

Oak Grove, KY

#73 Jun 19, 2012
I thought that Dr. Cox had two older girls? I also thought that he was gay????
been there

Cookeville, TN

#74 Jul 7, 2012
I have been there twice, my daughter had to stay for 3 days. I will say everybody who worked there treated us right. Its the smallest hospital I have ever been to. No complaints, so far so good.
right to chose

Dunmor, KY

#75 Jul 9, 2012
wondering wrote:
And to Paul, that's a ridiculous statement. If you are in an accident you will go to the nearest ER via ambulance. You can't pick. And if you aren't hurt bad enough to go in the ambulance from the scene, you should probably go see your family doctor instead of racking up a huge er bill. That is, if you're planning on paying your bill. Or maybe the citizens are footing your bill...?
Sorry but if your in an accident you have the right to chose any ER you want.
No Way

Owensboro, KY

#76 Jul 9, 2012
right to chose wrote:
<quoted text> Sorry but if your in an accident you have the right to chose any ER you want.
If your hurt bad enough you can't choose. They take you too the closest facility.

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