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Expecting momma

Somerset, KY

#1 Nov 30, 2010
Is this ob good? And is it clean i have to have c -section and i was wondering?
Imo

United States

#2 Nov 30, 2010
Hazard is nasty, always has something going around. I recommend Whitesburg.
What

Brodhead, KY

#3 Dec 16, 2010
Imo wrote:
Hazard is nasty, always has something going around. I recommend Whitesburg.
Whatever. It's just fine. The ICU had an issue for a while which is fixed. UK in Lexington had the same problem a year ago. The OB floor is great. We delivered there. Everyone was very nice and took great care of us. They were very fast to respond to anything we needed. It seemed very clean in the OB area while we were there. I'd recommend it.
Sally

Lewisport, KY

#4 Dec 16, 2010
hazard arh ob floor is not the best place to have a kid arh in general is not a place to have kids. when i was pregnant with my oldest child who is now two. my water started leaking about 3 months before she was due each time i would go to the er keep in mind i went alot they would tell me i was pis*ing on myself when i knew better, my amniotic fluid level dropped to 6.92 when it is suppose to stay 12 or higher. so i recommment going to prestonsberg to highlands regional medical center they are a great place and also you dont have to eat the hospital food because they have a food court with great homemade food.
Someone

London, KY

#5 Dec 16, 2010
I personally would not want to deliver there again. Ive had some bad experiences with them in the past, so I went to Whitesburg my last pregnancy. I know that there is acinetobacter going around on the ICU up there and the last I heard they were still having problems with it. I had to take my little boy to the ER last week and there was an IV needle and blood laying in the floor, very unsanitary if you ask me. But as far as the doctors go, they were really nice to me in my first pregnancy.
hahaha

Hindman, KY

#6 Dec 16, 2010
Imo wrote:
Hazard is nasty, always has something going around. I recommend Whitesburg.
lol whitesburg is a chop shop you wouldnt believe the number of lawsuits against whitesburg right now haha
It will due

Harrison, AR

#7 Dec 16, 2010
If you have no other choice then aye its okay but I'd recommend the drive to Lexington. They sent me home at 4 centimeters dilated. They don't give you stool softners or at least they didn't me when I actually got to deliver. Didn't really care if I'd used both bowels by the 3rd day because I hadn't. The epidural guy took over 45 minutes to find. The nurses in the baby area are okay for the most part except one. She didn't want to do my sons footprints so she decided to just send the ink home with me. They basically just don't care to much. No medicine for post birth really. I can go on and on.
Baby Momma

United States

#8 Dec 16, 2010
I was in for dehydration about a month ago. The nurses were the best! It looked very clean, but IMO, all hospitals are unsanitary. Just because you can't see it, don't mean it ain't there.
Yeah

Somerset, KY

#10 Dec 16, 2010
Yeah. I had a good experience there too. Very nice nurses. Dr. Kingery took care of me and was great. Looked clean to me.
Expecting momma

Harrison, AR

#11 Dec 22, 2010
Well i see dr whitaker and thats where she delivers so i guess i will try it!
walmarthasink

Eubank, KY

#12 Dec 23, 2010
It will due wrote:
If you have no other choice then aye its okay but I'd recommend the drive to Lexington. They sent me home at 4 centimeters dilated. They don't give you stool softners or at least they didn't me when I actually got to deliver. Didn't really care if I'd used both bowels by the 3rd day because I hadn't. The epidural guy took over 45 minutes to find. The nurses in the baby area are okay for the most part except one. She didn't want to do my sons footprints so she decided to just send the ink home with me. They basically just don't care to much. No medicine for post birth really. I can go on and on.
If i was a nurse i would have told you to buy your own ink at Wal mart..As far as i know the nurse isnt your own personal baby book keeper. At least the nurse gave you some ink be thankful for that....I loved it there. i never thought the nurses were there to do my personal stuff that i can do myself..I would recommend it to anyone...I know from experience to ask for something for pain and to help poop...I thought every nurse there was very caring...
know

Hindman, KY

#13 Dec 23, 2010
It's not bad, but by far the cleanest and safest place is ST. Joseph East Women's Hospital and the best Dr. is Dr. Berry Campbell.
lmao

Harrison, AR

#14 Dec 23, 2010
walmarthasink wrote:
<quoted text>If i was a nurse i would have told you to buy your own ink at Wal mart..As far as i know the nurse isnt your own personal baby book keeper. At least the nurse gave you some ink be thankful for that....I loved it there. i never thought the nurses were there to do my personal stuff that i can do myself..I would recommend it to anyone...I know from experience to ask for something for pain and to help poop...I thought every nurse there was very caring...
You have got to be a fool. They are supposed to do foot prints. Handing a new mother ink to do it herself seems a bit lazy. And why the hell should someone that has come to the hospital for labor have to worry about telling nurses what to give them and what to do? You must be one of the shitty workers up there. Do your dam jobs. They didn't even give my friend the Rh- test. They had to ship her off to Lexington in labor. They are supposed to give you everything you need and medicine when you ask for it. Before and after labor. Nobody in labor or out of labor recovering should have to be checking over their medical charts to make sure the employees are doing their job. You are an idiot.
walmarthasink

London, KY

#15 Dec 24, 2010
Your the idiot.....Nobody does the footprints for the hospital records but the nurse that is taking care of the baby and you dont have to work there to know that ..Now who is the idiot? Who is the biggest idiot? Sounds like you have no clue about the situations anyway...For your record people in labor can not be put in the back of an ambulance..and she had plenty of time for her rh test they do that when you first go to the ob doctor in the office....if she had been going to the doctor she would have gotten rhogam before she was 28 weeks....dumdass....I know because i have been through all of this....3 times...I dont work there to know this....
lmao

Harrison, AR

#16 Dec 24, 2010
Apparently you don't know much because they do do footprints. That is why they keep ink up there. The hospital never gave my friend the test at 28 weeks and when she went to the emergency room for pain at 40 weeks exactly they sent her right off in a trans-star ambulance to St. Joseph. You don't know as much as you think or hmmm maybe the hospital is as screwed up as ppl say it is or why else would they ship her off in an ambulance at 40 wks? Either your the idiot or the hospital is. My friend was a first time mother and when they asked her about the rh test and she was clueless as to them doing it they checked her records and one has never been done. She was seeing Dr. Carrie.
walmarthasink

London, KY

#17 Dec 24, 2010
To lmao you just made me lmao because you cant read...My post states the nurse is not her babybook keeper meaning to give her ink to use in her baby book to take home to do that does not mean to put in the hospital records...dumbass..read her post again you might understand better...i guess...
Well

Harrison, AR

#18 Jan 3, 2011
lmao wrote:
Apparently you don't know much because they do do footprints. That is why they keep ink up there. The hospital never gave my friend the test at 28 weeks and when she went to the emergency room for pain at 40 weeks exactly they sent her right off in a trans-star ambulance to St. Joseph. You don't know as much as you think or hmmm maybe the hospital is as screwed up as ppl say it is or why else would they ship her off in an ambulance at 40 wks? Either your the idiot or the hospital is. My friend was a first time mother and when they asked her about the rh test and she was clueless as to them doing it they checked her records and one has never been done. She was seeing Dr. Carrie.
You should have a blood type (Rh test) done at your initial OB visit with the doctor. The blood is usually drawn at the office and may be done in the clinic or sent to the hospital depending on where you're at. Rhogam is then given at 28 weeks, postpartum (after you deliver) and anytime you bleed heavily during pregnancy if you are Rh Negative. The Rh test itself is not done at 28 weeks, unless you have never had it done by the doctor sooner for some reason.....which shouldn't happen. This still shouldn't result in having to be transported anywhere. The Rh issue is that it makes your body build antibodies to future pregnancies if you don't get Rhogam and thus, can cause miscarriages in the future pregnancies. It should not cause an issue with a current pregnancy. Many people have delivered without getting Rhogam even though they were Rh Negative (but, again, should get Rhogam to protect future pregnancies). Maybe there was some other issue that was going on to require transport.
Sweetchick

Whitesburg, KY

#19 Mar 25, 2011
lmao wrote:
Apparently you don't know much because they do do footprints. That is why they keep ink up there. The hospital never gave my friend the test at 28 weeks and when she went to the emergency room for pain at 40 weeks exactly they sent her right off in a trans-star ambulance to St. Joseph. You don't know as much as you think or hmmm maybe the hospital is as screwed up as ppl say it is or why else would they ship her off in an ambulance at 40 wks? Either your the idiot or the hospital is. My friend was a first time mother and when they asked her about the rh test and she was clueless as to them doing it they checked her records and one has never been done. She was seeing Dr. Carrie.
Apparently you don't know much either because for your information, Carrie IS NOT A DOCTOR!
lol

Whitesburg, KY

#20 Mar 25, 2011
Sweetchick wrote:
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Apparently you don't know much either because for your information, Carrie IS NOT A DOCTOR!
She's supposed to be a midwife and nurse practitioner, but she's a sorry excuse for them!
Crappyworker

Knoxville, IA

#21 Mar 25, 2011
lmao wrote:
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You have got to be a fool. They are supposed to do foot prints. Handing a new mother ink to do it herself seems a bit lazy. And why the hell should someone that has come to the hospital for labor have to worry about telling nurses what to give them and what to do? You must be one of the shitty workers up there. Do your dam jobs. They didn't even give my friend the Rh- test. They had to ship her off to Lexington in labor. They are supposed to give you everything you need and medicine when you ask for it. Before and after labor. Nobody in labor or out of labor recovering should have to be checking over their medical charts to make sure the employees are doing their job. You are an idiot.
I happen to be one of those "crappy" workers and I will tell you just like I have many before you...I do a 10 hour job in 8 hours. I would just about BET that I could work circles around your butt. If YOU think that YOU can do a better job...work my job for a week and we will see. Truth be told, you wouldn't last a week and that is a fact. Some, NOT ALL, but some of the patients we see on a daily basis think that we are a stupid MOTEL. I have actually had some ask me to do their PERSONAL laundry. HELLLOOOO???? I dont think there is a laundry mat sign above the door. I have had pop cans thrown at me, I have been cursed at, spit at and numerous other things all because I DID NOT take them to smoke, wash their freaking jeans or rush right straight to the med room and get their pain pill which was NOT due for another 2 hours. I have pulled patients that weigh twice as much as me and never complained. I have heard so much of this acinetibactor crap til I am sick of it. OMGoodness, do you people honestly think that Hazard ARH is the only hospital that has it. I encourage you, if you do, please visit other hospitals outside of the state. YOU WILL SEE THAT IT IS NOT JUST HERE!!!!! We are not your personal maids. We do have other patients that need attending to. You are pregnant...YOU ARE NOT SICK!!!! I can understand if you are high risk, having problems or really need attending to. But not printing footprints???? COME ON!!!! We are also not a photo shop! People need to realize that we are NOT a motel or bed and breakfast. We are here to take care of our patients. And if we get behind or need some time to reach your doctors or whatever, there is a logical explanation. We are not being a crappy worker. Granted, I will tell you that there are some. But not all of us are lazy. Remember that the next time you decide that you wanna throw a little hissy fit because something isn't JUST RIGHT.

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