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Working Citizen

Logan, WV

#2 Jul 29, 2009
This is probally from some cheese, eatting check drawer with a free medical card that expects the world to bow at their feet. Get real and get a job.
Student Nurse

Martin, KY

#3 Jul 29, 2009
Wow another thread from a Jealous person! I'm so sick of you people getting on here to slam Paul B Hall. Oh, but when you need your pain shot or some pain pills you can find your fat ass at the ER. Well your opinion is like a asshole and everybody has one. I worked at Paul B Hall until I entered the Nursing Program and it is a great place and I plan on working there after my Graduation. Good Luck at your next choice.....
mem

Salyersville, KY

#4 Jul 29, 2009
i do work you prick that bunch of dumb asses almost killed my mother because they are so stupid they cant even read a x ray or put a tube in the stomach to pump bile i don't need no one to bow at my feet i can do my job and damn good at it and that is a hell of a lot more than i can say for the scum that works at that death clinic band-aid station or what ever it is IT IS FAR FROM A HOSPITAL
Big Balls

Lima, OH

#5 Jul 29, 2009
Well you dumb who`re you all ki`lled my unlce so Fu`ck you and paul B Hall ok Fu`ck you All
just me

Paintsville, KY

#6 Jul 29, 2009
Working Citizen wrote:
This is probally from some cheese, eatting check drawer with a free medical card that expects the world to bow at their feet. Get real and get a job.
Sounds like this is words coming from an employee at Paul B... I worked there for three years... and i wouldn't take my dying dog there... It is not clean, people are unsanitary, and they do there job... and another thing judging ppl who draw medical cards proves you have no right in the nursing profession ..... get a life..... and another career if u are a nurse b/c you need it...
my2cents

Louisa, KY

#7 Jul 29, 2009
I am convinced that employees do not practice proper aseptic technique. If they did, so many ppl that get released would not have MRSA and in some cases C-diff. If you are ever in that hospital or ANY medical facility for that matter, make sure employees are washing their hands before and after taking care of each patient. MRSA can be deadly.
Nurse

Englewood, CO

#8 Jul 29, 2009
my2cents wrote:
I am convinced that employees do not practice proper aseptic technique. If they did, so many ppl that get released would not have MRSA and in some cases C-diff. If you are ever in that hospital or ANY medical facility for that matter, make sure employees are washing their hands before and after taking care of each patient. MRSA can be deadly.
MRSA has not just recently become rampant in the public, it has just been finally spoken about. And yes you should ask medical personnel if they have washed their hands. C-Diff is from high doses of antibiotics and it is contagious if you are in the room with a patient who has it. Hand washing for medical and everybody is the most important thing you can do for yourself and everyone else. Just a little lesson.

Since: Jul 09

Paintsville

#9 Jul 30, 2009
Nurse wrote:
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MRSA has not just recently become rampant in the public, it has just been finally spoken about. And yes you should ask medical personnel if they have washed their hands. C-Diff is from high doses of antibiotics and it is contagious if you are in the room with a patient who has it. Hand washing for medical and everybody is the most important thing you can do for yourself and everyone else. Just a little lesson.
what exactly is this 'C-diff'? is it a rash or is it a cold like virus?
just_because

Somerset, KY

#10 Jul 30, 2009
the hospital sucks,and should be shut down
enough said
cactus jack

Melvin, KY

#11 Jul 30, 2009
Dawn Selvage wrote:
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what exactly is this 'C-diff'? is it a rash or is it a cold like virus?
C-Diff is a bacteria that lives in the colon,it is a natural,usually harmless thing,but,when you get massive amounts of antibiotics,the bacteria are not killed and come out in the stool in spore form on surfaces,sheets,anything the waste touches.If the person doesn't wash their hands,whatever they touch gets contaminated.That is the simple version,keep scrubbin'.
big deal

Betsy Layne, KY

#12 Jul 30, 2009
If ya'all think MRSA is exclusive to Paul B. Hall you must not have TV...probably all of you would have it if someone checked your nostrils. Do you remember a few years ago when they were closing schools and mothers were freaking out because they were scared to send their little kids to school? Get a life, if you lived in Ashland you would hear horror stories about KDMC, my friend works there and tells me the same crap that she hears about people talking about her place. I am glad I don't work in a hospital where people bash you for trying to help them. My mom was a nurse for years and that was enough of hearing people abuse them and for your information; she (now 80+) has been in hospitals from Lexington to Pikeville and Paul B. Hall has been just as good as any of the rest. In fact the care was much better than what she got in Lexington and a whole lot cleaner. Guess every experience is different but I wonder if your anger does not shade your insight. Also, having been in different hospitals, I have noticed that hospitals might be more strict than here so they stay cleaner because of that fact. Ever wonder if we make our own problems? Look at the litter in Eastern KY and the litter in Central KY we are the creater of such....just a thought to ponder.
Pissed off

Lowmansville, KY

#13 Jul 30, 2009
Paul B. is the worst hospital I have ever seen. Dr. Robets in the ER is so disrespectful. He judges patients by their looks. He is very sarcastic and looks down on people that have medicaid. I have reported him. Many others have had problems with him also. What does education have to do with a medical emergency? He degraded me because of my education, which is none of his business anyway.
tinkerbell

Martin, KY

#14 Jul 30, 2009
Pissed off wrote:
Paul B. is the worst hospital I have ever seen. Dr. Robets in the ER is so disrespectful. He judges patients by their looks. He is very sarcastic and looks down on people that have medicaid. I have reported him. Many others have had problems with him also. What does education have to do with a medical emergency? He degraded me because of my education, which is none of his business anyway.
Well apparently you havent met Mr. Belhasem! But any way, I've never met a Physican who is very nice. They are there to doctor you not entertain you. For entertainment see the County Deputies lol. One day you may have an Emergency and wish you had Dr. Roberts to save your life. Wow and guess what Karma may be there and bite you on the ass, what goes around comes around.....

Since: Jul 09

Paintsville

#15 Jul 30, 2009
cactus jack wrote:
<quoted text>C-Diff is a bacteria that lives in the colon,it is a natural,usually harmless thing,but,when you get massive amounts of antibiotics,the bacteria are not killed and come out in the stool in spore form on surfaces,sheets,anything the waste touches.If the person doesn't wash their hands,whatever they touch gets contaminated.That is the simple version,keep scrubbin'.
thanks for the explaination! i am a jerk freak so i wash my hand more than the normal human..lol
thanks alot for this information!

Since: Jul 09

Paintsville

#16 Jul 30, 2009
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JMO

Park Ridge, NJ

#17 Jul 30, 2009
Paul B. Hall is a great place for you to go if you need a pain shot or just want to get a few extra pain pills to do til your next office visit with the nearest pill pusher. However, if you have a serious medical problem you better drive the extra 20 minutes to Kings Daughters Medical Center in Ashland; or at least go to Highlands Memorial in Prestonsburg. Because there is nothing good happening at Paul B. Hall.

Since: Jul 09

Broken Arrow, OK

#18 Jul 30, 2009
Dawn Selvage wrote:
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wisetou

Virgie, KY

#19 Jul 30, 2009
Pissed off wrote:
Paul B. is the worst hospital I have ever seen. Dr. Robets in the ER is so disrespectful. He judges patients by their looks. He is very sarcastic and looks down on people that have medicaid. I have reported him. Many others have had problems with him also. What does education have to do with a medical emergency? He degraded me because of my education, which is none of his business anyway.
I do not know this dr./man. Does anyone know where he came from? State, country, etc. Also, where did he attend medical school? Has he ever been in trouble with the AMA? These answers could help understand him better.
black momma

Martin, KY

#20 Jul 30, 2009
I have an Ideal- If you dont like the place find you another hospital. Wow that was just too dam easy.

Since: Jul 09

Paintsville

#23 Aug 1, 2009
YourAntiDrug wrote:
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germ*
my bad, thanks for the correction. i really do know how to spell! i don't know why i used a j...lol thank you!

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