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11600 W 2nd Pl Lakewood, CO 80228
11600 West 2nd PlaceUSColoradoLakewood80228
(720) 321-0000stanthonyhosp.org
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St. Anthony Hospital is a Level I shock trauma center and offers innovative health care services in cardiology, stroke, neurosciences, orthopedics & oncology to patients across Colorado & the region.
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"Things change once on a patient care floor."
"Until his primary care doctor suggested he have a CT scan due to his symptoms."
"Nurses and doctors do not feel the need to update their patients family."
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Almina Kaselis
a month ago
I give no stars. Horrible. To get someone on the phone you have to be transferred several times and when get someone they tell you with chewing bubble gum voice about confidentiality and patients rights while the issue is related the minor and I am not asking any particulars just as a mother inquiring the reason she was admitted and brought by police. What confidentiality we are talking about? I think the nursing staff needs to learn simple human behavior and re take exam what is confidential and what it's not. Rude, unprofessional attitude. That's why my daughter is back into this hospital 3 time in a month. One cannot receive needed treatment with such horrible unprofessional superficial approach. No surprise that this country when it comes to medical help is behind among developed countries.
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Sharon Duffy
a month ago
On February 26, 2016 I drove myself to the ER at Saint Anthony's Hospital because I was experiencing weakness, chills, and uncontrollable shaking initially the check-in was acceptable and performed in an efficient manner however once I was brought back into the exam room things changed a nurse came in and took blood and recorded all of my symptoms and then left for an hour then another nurse came in 45 minutes later and basically asked me the same questions another 45 minutes later the ER doctor walked in and told me that sometimes they find nothing wrong and all tests are normal as if to imply that what I was experiencing was all in my head lying there for another hour hooked up to an IV to rehydrate me I needed to go to the bathroom and had to yell from my bed to a nurse at the nurse's station to help me unhook myself so that I could do so another 45 minutes later the ER doctor came back and told me all my tests were normal and that he was going to discharge me I was left alone for another half hour until they could discharge me there could have been more attention and concern given to me people do not go to the ER unless they feel there is something terribly wrong and the staff should have been more empathetic to my needs I followed up with my primary care physician within 48 hours and my issues are ongoing even though the ER doctor told me my tests were normal there were several markers on my blood tests that were out of range on a scale of 1 to 10 I would give my overall experience at Saint Anthony's Hospital ER a 2
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Derek Blomquist
2 months ago
This ER is a dangerous joke. My girlfriend has been experiencing pseudoseizures, among other symptoms, fairly often in the last several weeks, and has been into the ER several times for this. Each time they run a few tests, tell her she's fine, give her some Adavan, and send her home. There have been multiple incidents where it has become obvious that the majority of the staff just doesn't care. She has been laughed at by nurses, and she has had blood drawn to be tested only for it to be left on the counter in the exam room. But the worst of it all happened last night. I took her in (upon her request) because she was starting to convulse, she could barely move on her own, and she was unable to speak. When the nurse came into see her, after asking a few questions he promptly removed me and my girlfriend's roommate from the room and took us to the waiting room, claiming that all of her symptoms were an act and an attempt to get attention and that our supporting her was enabling her. They didn't even run any tests to make sure that she really was ok, they just assumed that since she had been in for the same thing so many times without any obvious cause that she must be faking it. She suffers from anxiety, depression, bulimia, and anorexia, and this nurse seemed to think he knew all about that sort of thing because he had been married to a bulimic. He claimed that it was all a show and that they were going to leave her alone until she realized it wasn't worth it and decided to talk. I later found out from her that they threatened to place her on psychiatric hold; they assigned security guards to her to keep her from doing anything crazy, and these guards openly made fun of her; they took away her weighted blanket that she had brought in to help calm her anxiety, and this sent into another episode of convulsing; and through the entire ordeal they insisted she was faking the whole thing, and I was not allowed to see her until she finally came to and they released her. She came back into the waiting room in tears and said she had never been treated worse in her entire life. Whether or not they could have done anything to help her, they could have at least tried. What if she had had something like an aneurysm or a stroke? They wouldn't have known until it was too late because they blew her off and pretended nothing was wrong. Since when do you get to decide to refuse treatment and tests based on your subjective, uninformed judgement of a patient's perceived wellbeing (or lack thereof)? I'm frustrated because not only did they not even try to treat her, they inappropriately manipulated her. I understand the job of the ER is basically to make sure the patient doesn't die and to provide care and temporary solutions for emergency situations. However, this ER has failed to follow through on that multiple times, and we no longer feel that it is a safe place. We will not be going back to this ER again under any circumstances.
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Gregory Smith
in the last week
One star is the lowest rating provided. This is undeserved! Should be zero or negative number. Provided a lengthy detailed review a month ago and it has since been removed! In short, I waited 2 1/2 months for a study and they called me the day I was driving up from Denver for the sleep test to cancel my appt. Scheduled me another month out. If your reason for a sleep test involves altitude testing, try the Castle Rock Adventist hospital. It's a new hospital, great people. Were able to schedule me the same week I called them.
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Windy Mercer
4 months ago
I was thrown from a snowmobile on Christmas Eve last year. I was air lifted to the trauma center with numerous broken bones. I had two surgeries, two transfusions, and 5 weeks of care. I've never seen more professional Doctors, nurses, etc. I was in the hospital far from home. My husband and children had to return to work and school respectively. I was by myself, except for visits from canine volunteers and musical volunteers. It sure did help me mentally. My physical injuries were well taken care of by very caring nurses. I nominated four nurses for awards. I wouldn't do that lightly. If I ever need a hospital again, I hope that it is as good as St. Antony's.
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Jose Aboytes
2 months ago
Very profesional and good antendance for my part im feeling a sink , the doctor very profesional .......i love this play, just the housekeepin man very avalible with me, he bring me coffee....God bless hem
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Leslie Fetchen
3 months ago
Woke up in the middle of the night with severe heartburn, and decided to come to the hospital. When the ambulance arrived at the hospital, there were 4 ER staff waiting for my arrival. Within a minute I had IV's, a blood draw, and an EKG going. Got admitted and moved to a regular room quickly. Had a cardiac cath procedure first thing this morning which diagnosed two blockages, and they put in stents to open the blockages. Every person was professional, warm, caring, and kind. Could not have asked for a more positive experience at any point. These are smart, engaged health care professionals who bring their brilliant minds, their bodies, AND their hearts to work. Gratitude for them all.
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jake trahan
4 months ago
Since when did going to the hospital entail condescending "doctors" and nursing staff that take 45 minutes to put in an IV? My wife had become extremely dehydrated due to vomiting so we decided to bite the bullet and go to the ER, in the staff's eyes it was a pretty cut and dry case, pump fluids and send us on our way with a light Zofran script, so why did it take 4 1/2 hours? And when my wife asked for help with nausea, vomiting and discomfort did it take 2 hours for any action other than billing to take place? How much are we paying for Healthcare these days? And how much does the hospital make on charging ridiculous amounts of money for simple products like a bag of saline ($600) is a little bit of service, some bedside manner and just little bit of hustle so much to ask? Way to go being exactly what's wrong with Healthcare, and America for that matter, I've had better service going to the VA!!!
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