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#TBT to the construction of our South Tower. The new 6 story building is home to the Crittenton Orthopaedic Center of Excellence. http://ow.ly/Qft91
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"Patient care is so much more than medications and assessments. It's about sitting with your patients. It's about talking to them about where they came from, what they're doing, their kids, their family." Meet Lauren Belmonte, RN. http://ow.ly/QftxG
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Next weekend is #LakeOrion Dragon on the Lake. Join us for a 5K, Dragon racing, local arts & crafts and more from Aug. 28-29. Crittenton is proud to be a sponsor. http://ow.ly/QfpII
Welcome to Dragon on the Lake, a community festival celebrating art, music and the legend of dragons, brought to you by the Orion Art Center. For over 30 years the OAC has worked to nurture artistic spirit, with classes, camps, scholarships, exhibits and special events. Two things we love: infusing art into the community and connecting people with each other. Dragon on the Lake does both.
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Our Young Expectant Parent class is designed for young women who are expecting their first baby. This class is free and diapers are given at the completion of the class. http://ow.ly/QfoHy
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Marva, a Crittenton Inpatient Rehabilitation patient, was unable to move her right leg before surgery. Read about her back surgery and how she worked with our rehab team to progress from being unable to walk to now walking with no assistance. http://ow.ly/QfojY
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Are you concerned about your heart health? We have a special screening for people 50 years and older that checks critical heart metrics like fasting blood sugar, peripheral vascular disease, blood pressure, body fat analysis and more. http://ow.ly/QfnOw
Crittenton's Community Health & Education Department offers a variety of classes, programs and support groups. Search for a class today.
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September's Wellness Series class is all about Skin Cancer Awareness. This is a free event and can help you stay sun safe and understand you skin cancer risks. Light refreshments served. http://ow.ly/Qftpg
Crittenton's Community Health & Education Department offers a variety of classes, programs and support groups. Search for a class today.
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Real men take care of their health. However, over 17% of men don't have a primary care physician and aren't getting the screenings they need to stay healthy. Here's a quick look at the screenings men need. http://ow.ly/QfpVl
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Dr. Douglas Pugmire, Crittenton Director of Robotic Surgery and Medical Director of Gynecologic Oncology, is this year's Race Ambassador for the 2015 Turn the Village Teal. Come out on Saturday, September 19 in honor of National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. http://ow.ly/Qfpej
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Straight Talk from the Doc is in Rochester on September 2 at 6:15 PM. Join Dr. Kazziha, Critten Cardiologist, at La Sala for a free heart healthy meal and information about pacemakers, defibrillators, and more. http://ow.ly/d/3yyy
Download and share 2015 Staight Talk Flyer.pdf uploaded by @GetCrittenton and hosted by Ow.ly
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Dr. David Bauer is the Director of Emergency Services. He is a part of the close relationship between the #CrittentonEmergencyDepartment and local #EMS, allowing life-changing medicine to be delivered quicker to stroke and heart attack patients. Learn more about Dr. David Bauer. http://ow.ly/Qfo7R
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Hot weather can put us at risk of dehydration. Our team at the Crittenton Emergency Department share what to look for in dehydration and when you may need to go to the emergency room for dehydration. http://ow.ly/QfnBQ
The symptoms of dehydration can quickly become severe and shouldn’t be brushed off. Learn the warning signs and when to go to the ER for dehydration.
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1101 W University Dr Rochester Hills, MI 48307
1101 W University DrUSMIRochester Hills48307
(248) 652-5000crittenton.com
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Crittenton provides a full continuum of clinical programs nationally ranked for quality excellence and a medical staff of nearly 500 physicians, representing a wide range of medical specialties.
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"They took good care of her and the hospital is beautiful."
"On July 23rd, I accompanied my daughter to Crittenton for outpatient surgery."
"I was at another hospital after I fell and hit my head pretty hard."
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Danielle Abazar
a month ago
when I delivered at Crittenton it felt like they were trying to rush me into having my baby. They did not listen to the way that I felt. they treated my husband and I like we were just children and did not know any better. Once Baby was taken via c-section they took my baby and put him on antibiotics due to a low risk of him having an infection. & I was put in recovery for 4 hours. The nurses would not answer my questions and ignored me as I was waiting to see my baby again. they put him next to my face once he was delivered via c-section for 2 minutes and I had to beg to have him next to me longer.mind you I was not able to have my arms on strapped to touch my baby. we were separated for 4 hours after he was delivered, no doctor or nurse told me that this would be the case before the c-section. while my child was receiving antibiotics for a chance of having an infection the nurses treated us like garbage discouraged us from breastfeeding and acted like we did not know anything and we did not deserve our child. In the special baby unit the head pediatrician threatened us and told us our baby would die if we didn't give him antibiotics. It was the most traumatic terrifying three days of my life and I would not wish it upon anyone. Birth is supposed to be beautiful and special and I feel like Crittenton took that away from me. I would never return there I would rather died on the way to a farther hospital then ever return to Crittenton.
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Response from the owner - a month ago
Danielle, we are truly sorry for this and we wish we could rewind to ensure a better experience. We’ve forwarded this on to the proper individuals to address.
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Carissa Arens
6 months ago
I ripped my cornea and by the time I got to the ER I couldn't see. They put me in a room and left me. I had no way of knowing how long I was sitting, alone and in excruciating pain. I eventually called my friend and she was shocked, because i had been there over an hour with no medical attention. I went into the hallway and started yelling. The doctor had no idea I was even in the room. A nurse mumbled something about shift change. Despite taking my insurance information twice, they managed to not get it in the system at all and I received an enormous bill. I thought there was nothing worse than being alone, blind, and in horrifying pain. Crittendon managed to surpass that. Hearing medical staff laugh and joke outside my door while I was completely ignored when I needed help has got to be one of the worst things I've been through. I will never go there again.
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Becky Riley
11 months ago
My mom went by emergency to crittenton with chest pain. They took good care of her and the hospital is beautiful. Her room is very nice and clean. Much improved since 4 years ago. Drs and nurses were excellent both visits but cleanliness has exceptionaly improved. Her recovery was closely monitored by kind staff. Great room service for patient and guest. Good food and welcoming to concerned family with a place for guests to lay down! That is a answer to prayer! A heavenly experience with God meeting our needs:)
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Debbies Grice
a year ago
on 4-23-14 my mother went to the emergency room. the young female doctor on duty was very arrogant, Condescending and rude She made the family feel unwelcome and like we were a bothersome to her.The information she relaid to us concerning my mothers medical issue were all contradicted by her on words when asked questions. we tried conveying this back to her in a positive manner , to make sure we were understanding the information presented to us. She seemed more set on repeating the fact that she is a DOCTOR an EMERGENCY ROOM DOCTOR, like we were beneath her and my mothers issues were minor. We found this to be very unprofessional and uncalled for . To our dismay we will no longer use this emergency room/ hospital .The inconvenience of driving a slight distance farther to another hospital will be worth it,to be treated with respect and dignity by people who show some compassion and are willing to help . We still would like to give her (doctor)the koodos she is seeking! We are proud you chose to educate yourself and become a functioning member of society - we are confident if she(doctor) would take a class or two on people relations skills she would actually get the RESPECT she(doctor) seems to be craving. It only takes one bad experience to spread like wild fire to thousands of others and takes thousands of good experiences to spread to very few .
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Beverly Solomon
4 months ago
I was at another hospital after I fell and hit my head pretty hard. I was bleeding and had a huge swelling on my head that was extremely painful. I waited in the ER at the other hospital for 2 hours and when I checked on when I might be seen the nurse told me it would be at least another 2.5 hours. I was not offered any ice or any comfort measures for my injury. I called Crittenton and spoke with the ED staff and they said to come over. I was put in an ED room upon my arrival and was seen by Dr. Bauer and the PA within a very short period of time. I was treated with compassion by the ED staff, was given and ice bag for my head and medication for my pain. I found out I also had a broken toe. I will definitely go right to Crittenton the next time I have an emergency. I only went to the other hospital in Troy because it was very near to where I worked.
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Daniel Sensini
7 months ago
My name is Daniel Sensini and on March 31st, 2006 I had back surgery performed by Dr. Paul Croissant at Crittenton hospital in Rochester, Michigan. Dr. Croissant implanted a cage? Supposedly the Zimmer BAK Vista Interbody Fusion System. A surgery which should have taken about two and a half hours ended up taking over seven and I woke with two black eyes and a busted lip. Upon completion of this surgery a fluoroscopic x-ray was taken, that someone from Dr. Croissants office mailed to me approximately seven years later. It was the first time Ive ever seen this image and it reveals the broken cage in my back. Since I'm unable to get a clear understanding of what is in my back, I must rely on the fluoroscopy and a brochure that was given to me by my surgeon. Zimmer Spines Senior Executive - Scott LaPointe said in a conversation with me that isnt my cage in your back, even though theres a Zimmer BAK Vista lot number on the order form from my surgery on March 31st, 2006. There was only one Zimmer 11 x 24 mm cage BAK Vista interbody fusion system ordered for the surgery in the L4-5 region. Zimmer Spines Senior Executive - Scott LaPointe said repeatedly in his own words that it isnt their cage but that it looks like some sort of medical instrument. I wonder how that is when theres a lot number for an 11 x 24mm cage on the order form. Dr. Croissant mentions a 9 x 20 mm cage in the operative report that theres not a lot number for. Crittentons General Council - Michael Clark & Crittentons risk management team invited me and my attorney, Cecil St. Pierre, to have a meeting with them at the hospital to address my concerns about the fluoroscopic x-ray that they denied having an to assure me that there was indeed a Zimmer 11 x 24 mm cage in my back. When I presented evidence of the fluoroscopy Michael Clark told me to get the f*** out before I call the police! As an American citizen I have the right to know whats in my back. No one has given me any answers that I need if I ever require another surgery. This information could be critical. Someone needs to speak up. Others should come forward. My family and I have suffered tremendously, Ive lost all faith in the medical field, and I believe my civil rights have been violated. I need help and answers. If anyone has had troubles of their own with the Zimmer BAK Vista Interbody fusion system I urge you to report this to the FDA. Please reach out to me if if this interests you or if you've had a similar experience with Dr. Paul Croissant. Dan Sensini
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Ariel Dudeck
7 months ago
I gave birth here.. Everything was awesome, the Nurses are great, discharging however is so unorganized lol
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Jonathan Lapolla
8 months ago
Limited communication in the ER and absurdly long wait times(3+ hours) with no remote sign of when I am going to be seen. If I'm sitting here for 2 hours in a room, I should at least get a "Hey, we are slammed tonight, it shouldn't be longer than XYZ".....I feel like a waste of time here.