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sue

United States

#112 Oct 30, 2011
INxRN wrote:
Methodist is a perferct place to work, if you are lazy, and unambitious, and if you were at the bottom of your class in school. Let's face it, the better hospitals want better people, methodist will employ the rest of the garbage.
What a dumbass comment. I can see that ur one of those highly educated, top notch, compassionate professional nurses!!! Grow up!
James

United States

#113 Oct 30, 2011
The constitution gives you freedom of choice. If you don't like the hospital drive across the bridge. Problems solved! Now, see if you can find setting more important to cut on, like idiots that have too much time on their hands!
Unreal

Nashville, TN

#114 Oct 30, 2011
INxRN wrote:
Methodist is a perferct place to work, if you are lazy, and unambitious, and if you were at the bottom of your class in school. Let's face it, the better hospitals want better people, methodist will employ the rest of the garbage.
There are good and bad no matter what profession. Just because you work elsewhere doesn't make you better. Just from this post I'm sure that you think you all that but I'm sure there are better than you. I hope if I'm injured or I'll, your there because apparently, because you work at a larger hospital than Methodist you 1 step below God!
jen

United States

#115 Oct 30, 2011
INxRN wrote:
Methodist is a perferct place to work, if you are lazy, and unambitious, and if you were at the bottom of your class in school. Let's face it, the better hospitals want better people, methodist will employ the rest of the garbage.
It's know-it-all nurses like you that are dangerous! You tend to forget that u have limitations and give us all a bad name. Better go to a very large hospital and maybe you will not be noticed!
tru

Dunmor, KY

#116 Oct 30, 2011
amw123 wrote:
The ob unit is great!
I agree !!!!
Interesting

Herndon, VA

#117 Oct 31, 2011
bbbaby wrote:
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How about Double Pneumonia and MRSA! and by the way dumbass ur still walkin around with MRSA, once ya got it your colnized for life!
Sounds like you did your job & maybe more! Listened & Learned Well Plus Common Sense!! Need More like You! The part about MRSA...I need to research obviously! I had surgery @ Methodist & contracted MRSA!! Was told by One of the Dr's (there was 2 doing surgery) that if was from an unsterile surgical instrument! Family was Extremely upset, I was already fighting a childhood chronic illness. The Dr went on to say that there was No way to Prove or Know which Dr was responsible, but that after 6-8 wks of receiving vic (?) & gent (?) antibiotics thru pic line I would be fine & No Worries in the future about MRSA affecting my life!! I don't claim to know medical terminology & the spelling so please excuse! Guess I Wanted to Believe this & maybe the reason I Have Not researched, but often Wonder just How Much it Really has to do with my illnesses (major) since that happened! Also, that Dr is No Longer @ Methodist!!
Melissa

United States

#119 Jan 28, 2012
You guys really gave this INxRN a hard time. She was a bit harsh but has some good points. Bigger hospitals do expect better employees than small hole in the wall hospitals that don't see near as many patients. And I'm sure nurses at bigger hospitals work harder. And expect too. They do see a lot more patients. And bigger hospitals tend to see more critical patients than smaller ones. Henderson's critical patients are shipped out. There's not a lot of busy work that goes on in small EDs. I'm sure that could be appealing to a lazier crowd. I mean really, most people who work at Methodist are only there as a last resort or because they know its easy, slow paced work. Otherwise they would be in Evansville or Owensboro where the "real"
hospitals are.
cubs4life

Massillon, OH

#120 Jan 29, 2012
Melissa wrote:
You guys really gave this INxRN a hard time. She was a bit harsh but has some good points. Bigger hospitals do expect better employees than small hole in the wall hospitals that don't see near as many patients. And I'm sure nurses at bigger hospitals work harder. And expect too. They do see a lot more patients. And bigger hospitals tend to see more critical patients than smaller ones. Henderson's critical patients are shipped out. There's not a lot of busy work that goes on in small EDs. I'm sure that could be appealing to a lazier crowd. I mean really, most people who work at Methodist are only there as a last resort or because they know its easy, slow paced work. Otherwise they would be in Evansville or Owensboro where the "real"
hospitals are.
Funny you say that because the Er doctor at Methodist just moved from the REAL hospital of Owensboro!!! You have good and bad doctors/nurses at every facility!
Beth

Paducah, KY

#121 Jan 29, 2012
I had the pleasure of getting to visit the ER dept a few days ago, I was having abd pain and low back pain for several days which common sence told me I prolly had a uti was waiting to get into my own dr but the pain got so intense that I couldnt hold out any longer. I signed in, went straight to the nurse who checks you out, she took my symptoms n took me directly to a room, they didnt seem busy and only a few ppl in waiting area. It took a nurse 45 mins to come into the room after I got there, she talked to me, took a urine and left the room, a hr n half later the nurse pract. came in and said my urine looked fine and nothing seemed
out of the ordinary, although I was in tears because it hurt so bad, she said she could tell I was in pain and was sorry she couldnt help me because she couldnt find anything wrong, go home and rest and see my md if it continued!!! are you serious? a 4 1/2 wait for nothing! I was still in pain when I left. No catscan or xray or blood was taken, how did she know nothing was wrong? I went home eventually cried myself to sleep and woke up 5 hrs later in worse pain than earlier, woke my daughter n told her I needed her to drive me back because I couldnt stand it any longer, she refused to go there n drove me to Deaconess, to make a long story short I had a 8 mml kidney stone that was stuck in my bladder, it was horrible and couldnt pass on its own, They took me to surgery and put a stint in to help it pass and couldnt believe I had been sent home from Methodist earlier that day!!!
hey

Florence, KY

#122 Jan 29, 2012
They charged me $300 dollars for sitting in the waiting room for two and a half hours. I went In last year because I had the flu with i could handle but along with that I had the worst migraine I have ever had. I had taken medicine for two days and nothing helped on the second night I went to the Methodist er. Signed in they called me into the room to get my info and I sat in the waiting room with sunglasses and a hoody on trying to bare the pain then I noticed almost two hours had passed!! I told them I had been here for almost two hours, my head is pounding, and I'm fixing to start throwing up again. The woman at the desk said they will get to me very soon and gave me a 7up. Thirsty minutes went by so I left! Sitting at home feeling like your dying is better than sitting there feeling like crap. A month later I get a bill for three hundred dollars!! Wtf they did nothing for me! I was in the waiting room the whole time. I hope that place burns to the ground.
Melissa

United States

#123 Jan 29, 2012
cubs4life wrote:
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Funny you say that because the Er doctor at Methodist just moved from the REAL hospital of Owensboro!!! You have good and bad doctors/nurses at every facility!
You really want to go there??? No. You don't. Trust me. Im pretty sure the ER doc your speaking of was forced out of Owensboro and was gone for a bit before he landed a job there at Methodist. He didn't leave a "Real" hospital for yours. I promise you that. Not by choice. You can't honestly think that? You really think he just left Owensboro for Henderson? HA! That's
funny.
please

Columbus, OH

#124 Jan 29, 2012
Melissa wrote:
<quoted text>You really want to go there??? No. You don't. Trust me. Im pretty sure the ER doc your speaking of was forced out of Owensboro and was gone for a bit before he landed a job there at Methodist. He didn't leave a "Real" hospital for yours. I promise you that. Not by choice. You can't honestly think that? You really think he just left Owensboro for Henderson? HA! That's
funny.
First off that "doctor" your taking about who left Owensboro did so bc he got in trouble for taking up for his staff... Secondly he is an amazing doctor!
Melissa

United States

#125 Jan 29, 2012
please wrote:
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First off that "doctor" your taking about who left Owensboro did so bc he got in trouble for taking up for his staff... Secondly he is an amazing doctor!
I never said he wasn't a good doctor. I wouldn't say "amazing" but regardless. Yes, good. Especially for Henderson. I only said that he DID NOT leave Owensboro to go to Henderson which was implied in a previous message. Henderson just happened to be where he ended up. Maybe
after all other options were exasperated.

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