HealthEast hospitals embracing a 'bab...

HealthEast hospitals embracing a 'baby-friendly' approach to birth

There are 3 comments on the Star Tribune story from Aug 16, 2014, titled HealthEast hospitals embracing a 'baby-friendly' approach to birth. In it, Star Tribune reports that:

With her new born son in her arms, Michele Khouli talks about her first birth and her hospital stay at Woodwinds.

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Treated Friendly Also

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Aug 16, 2014
Yep, Woodwinds was a good one to go to several years ago. Hopefully they still are. Quality Healthcare is changing. It takes only one over powering employee to make it a miserable experience. The other two were good several years ago also, but now they are not.
Embrace Truth

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Jan 21, 2015
Treated Friendly Also wrote:
Yep, Woodwinds was a good one to go to several years ago. Hopefully they still are. Quality Healthcare is changing. It takes only one over powering employee to make it a miserable experience. The other two were good several years ago also, but now they are not.
Hospital Quality Care that once was can change in an instance, if just one healthcare employee has a bad attitude toward a patient for any reason and slanders the patients Medical file. Electronic records will not be changed. The patient will be labeled and in danger every time they enter that Hospital or any Facility connected with it and quality care is over. Complaint forms are just a way to appease the patient until they forget about it. It's Pitiful.
Blood Drawing Idiots

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Jan 22, 2015
Best Judge Judy Today. A E.R. nurse who was obviously unqualified to draw blood, tried 3 times hurting the patient who could not speak but tried to give hand signs for the nurse to stop and was ignored and on the 4th try the nurse pushed the patient down on the bed and sat on her attempting to go through the patients neck. To that nurses surprise the patients daughter walked in and seen the whole thing. The daughter complained and the nurse no longer works at that facility but the kicker is, that nurse actually had the audacity to try to sue the family for loosing her job. She (that nurse) did loose the case, and certainly justice was done, but even Judge Judy says 2 try's and it's time to get the Doctor. Hint, Hint to those blood drawers who don't listen and put patients through hell with no concern at all.

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