South Crest Hospital Compliment - Don't Go Anywhere Else!!
TULSA, OKLAHOMA -- On 7/27 of 07, I had a medical problem that led me to the Emergency Room at St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma. My information was taken, and in about a half hour I was taken to the back where an IV was put into my arm, and then I was told to sit and wait back by the "rooms" where others were being seen behind curtains who had come to see the ER physician.
EIGHT HOURS later, and without one single person saying a word to me all night, I got up and asked one of the nurses how long it would be before I would find myself in a room, much less in front of the physician. At this point I could barely walk.
Nobody knew a thing. Well I was done. I needed to see a doctor not a curtain all night. I had them remove the needle, and I drove to another hospital called SouthCrest Hospital at 91st and HWY 169.
I walked in, the waiting room was EMPTY. Not a soul. My information was taken, and less than two minutes later my vitals were being taken, and then I went "straight" back to a room by a wonderfully kind and caring nurse, complete with a door, a television, its own bathroom, and a phone. I was given another IV, and within five minutes, I was talking to the doctor. (Dr. E. Monnot) Within another five minutes, pain medication was being administered through the IV, and a lady from the ultrasound department was standing in the room with a wheelchair waiting for that to happen so she could wheel me off for testing. I was brought back to the room, and within five minutes or so the doctor was back in the room to do more testing. The results were back quickly, I was given an antibiotic through the IV, given prescriptions to heal my problem and out the door I went, though a bit groggy from the night and the pain, a very, VERY happy camper with this hospital and its staff.
If you want to be treated quickly, and with respect and dignity no matter what your problem might be or who you are, DON'T go anywhere else in Tulsa but to South Crest Hospital in an emergency!! I surely won't.. It was the best experience a person could have under the circumstances of being sick or in pain from the moment I walked in to the moment I walked out. God bless em!!