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Saint Peter's University Hospital
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Saint Peter's annual commemoration of the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King.
#TBT pic, 2007, part of the team of nurses who worked at the Just for the Health of It Fair, which would become an annual event at Buccleuch Park in New Brunswick.
Saint Peter's Wound Care Center earned the Robert A. Warriner Award for Clinical Excellence, a national recognition for outstanding clinical outcomes in wound healing. Congratulations to the staffs of the Center's New Brunswick and Monroe offices. #woundcare
Congratulations Marge Drozd, Director, Community Mobile Health Services Department, on being honored by the Institute for Nursing, the foundation of the @NJNurses, as a leader who makes a difference. #SPNursingExcellence
Surgeon Andrew Camerota, MD, (bottom, left) on a medical surgical mission with the International Surgical Health Initiative (ISHI) in Peru. Dr. Camerota performed more than 25 cholecystectomy hernia surgeries.
Some of our nurses spreading wholesome #Halloween fun today.
Thank you resident doctor Alex and PICU nurses, Jenna and Madeline, for sharing Christmas love with your patients and families.
Santa with Sebastian & Saint Peter's President Les Hirsch at today's #MagicofChristmas Toy Drive delivery Magic 98.3 Magyar Bank
Look who came to visit Saint Peter's before heading back to the North Pole to get ready for the big day. #Santa
Thank you members of the Bishop George Ahr High School PiNK - Power in Knowledge - Club for presenting breast surgeon Lisa Hopkins, MD, with the group's annual donation to the Saint Peter's Breast Center. #GivingBk2SP Visit for more info about the Saint Peter's Breast Center.
Members of the Child Life and Nursing staffs, The Children's Hospital at Saint Peter's University Hospital #Superheroes
We congratulate Amy Fegan for being recognized with The Daisy Award for Extraordinary Nurses. #SPNursingExcellence The Daisy Foundation
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"I must say I was extremely impressed with the service and the nurses on staff."
"Signing in was easy, and I was set up quickly with the security wrist bands."
"Dont waste your time with these folks."
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Robert Chacko
a month ago
Please be aware financially it can cost you!!! I've had great experiences with the staff Doctors & Nurses. The patient experience that I have experienced through them has been great. However the Hospital itself has decided to put MONEY FIRST over its patients. They made a business decision to become a Tier 2 hospital for all insurance policies while their doctors remain Tier 1. Meaning you will have copay for your Doctor but now you also have to pay for the facility fees out of pocket because insurance will not cover for it...
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Victoria Nichols
3 weeks ago
During my second pregnancy my husband and I were debating between delivering at St. Peters or RWJ. My doctor was at RWJ but our pediatrician was at St. Peters. So, we did the tour for each hospital. The tour at RWJ was horrible, but the tour at St. Peters displayed a warm, nurturing and loving environment. So, we were sold with St. Peters. I went in as soon as my water broke (as instructed by my doctor), before contractions started. They put me into the labor room , but they refused to allow my husband back there due to my 2 year old son. We did not have anyone to watch my son. I then requested to work only with the attending doctor, instead of the residents. Well, the chief resident then comes in to ask me why I didn't want residents. I told them I wanted a single doctor with more experience. The situation quickly became uncomfortable and I concieded to allowing the residents. I saw a different resident every couple hours, as my contractions gradually began. I was also placed on an IV (which restricted me to the bed) so I couldn't get up to pee. I only saw a nurse every 2 hours so I had to pee in the bed. I sat in my own urine for hours before I was checked on and the residents never offered to change anything. The residents then decided that I needed to be placed on pitocin to speed up my labor (something I stated I did not want in the beginning). Without my husband in the room to back me up, I was pressured into going on pitocin. The contractions came hard and fast. I couldn't move out of my bed, I was alone and in senseless pain. After one check up from a very insensitive resident, I just laid down and cried. I had never felt so helpless in my life. After about 45 min, the whole team of residents fly in saying the baby's heart rate had dropped and that they may need to do an emergency c-section (something I also never wanted to happen). They roll me from side to side, place an oxygen mask on my face, remove my pitocin line and administer a counteractive agent. Meanwhile, I'm still balling and had gone limp. They finally sit me up, getting my daughter's heart rate back up and one resident states "she's telling us when she wants to come out." I am left alone again for two hours. No one came by until shift change. The next set of residents were even worse because they didn't even bother the check my cervix. The new nurse, however, was my saving grace. She actually saw me as a human being, more than some policy, and saw how much I needed my husband. She got my husband back there! 10 min after my husband walked in the door, I suddenly needed to push. After only 15 min of pushing, my daughter arrived and my husband got to cut the cord! I am happy that my husband was there in the end, but everything leading up to it was deeply scarring. 1. my husband was almost robbed of seeing his daughter being born due to some policy (I am More than a policy!!!), 2. even after several calls to the church itself, we could not find anyone to watch my son so that my husband could be in the room with me, 3. I had no advocates to help me stand my ground on what I did and did not want. My daughter was placed in danger because some residents wanted to rush my labor, even though I had naturally increasing contractions, no materal fever or any sign of infection. I was pressured into making decisions I did not want to make. I was alone and in pain and I did Not receive any nurturing treatment that was portrayed in the tour. This horrifying experience had led to a deep set fear of ever getting pregnant again! Fast forward a year, we move to a new state and receive a surprise bill from St. Peters. After making 4 uninterrupted monthly payments, we get a letter stating that our bill had been sent to collections! Nothing was ever said every time I called to make a payment. This hospital ruined my birthing experience and any desire to ever get pregnant again. Now, they are trying to ruin my credit!
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Evelyn Davino
8 months ago
I was at the hospital for one night stay on April 21 through April 22, 2016. I must say I was extremely impressed with the service and the nurses on staff. Ms. J who was the registered nurse who took care of me on the night I was admitted was a very helpful woman. She really made sure I was cleaned and got my rest. Diana was a sweetheart she was very helpful and was on point with all of my requests. I can't forget AJ who came by to mop the floor to make sure I did not slip and fall not once but twice!! Everyone at this hospital really took pride to make me comfortable and make sure I was taken cared of. Loved, loved, loved the staff and the hospital!
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Praveen Paruchuri
3 months ago
I had a bad experience. I was told my appointment date as 14th Oct.When i reached the office , front office folks kept me waiting and then told that my appointment is on 18th and not 14th. I told them that it is 14th and was informed by their office over phone.She refused to accept and denied to squeeze us. Also the front office folks for Dr Rupinder Gill are not pleasant. Dont waste your time with these folks. I am not sure if the Doctor and management are aware about such unpleasant staff in their office.
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Kiran Kumar
a month ago
I was so worried about the reviews .Last weeks my wife delivered a baby and both are fine .I am so happy about the treatment and three days went very happily .we got the good nurses (Gabbi and Erin)were very helpful. Thanks for the hard work guys.
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2 months ago
I sad to write such a review. The medical carefrom doctor was great and prompt. However the patient was clear for meals did not have dinner for 2 days, I have to run and buy food from street for is not she did not got the food that consern.itis that nobody care to address the problem as it never exist... patient still at room 561 as I am posting my review on today
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Raymond Bateman
2 months ago
Was billed $15,000 for 45 minutes on a baby monitor. This place is a joke. I do not recommend it to anyone.
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Alice Small
8 months ago
My brother (certified radiologist ) did an internship there and he loved the respect of the hospital staff. My dad did his radiation there over 30 years ago and is still here at 93 years old. My Aunt just had surgery. Thank God for the support of doctors and staff! God Bless Each of You!