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Today is Have Fun at Work Day! We are grateful for the wonderful team of staff, volunteers, and community members who make every day at Crittenton enjoyable.
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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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"I would like to share Crittenton's "Defining Moment" - professionalism of staff."
"I was bleeding and had a huge swelling on my head that was extremely painful."
"They put me in a private room to do a pelvic exam, I was treated excellently."
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Harley Quinn
a week ago
It's a good hospital with some good staff, but some of the doctors treat the patients very badly. The joking and laughing of the staff in the hallways are legendary. Really when you are very sick you don't want to hear 4 nurses joking around and being silly about cupcakes. Perhaps they could provide a break room and play room for the staff that can not control there urge to be childish in an emergency room where people go to get there lives saved. Also be very careful about telling them your in pain and showing an ounce of emotion about it, you will be instantly treated like drug seeker. And lastly never ever tell them narcotics make you itchy, don't you know benadryl is the new drug of choice???? Some of the doctors I think should have tried a life at working at a prison, they might have found the work more rewarding. A hospital only has sick people a prison has real drug addicts.
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Response from the owner - a week ago
Harley - Our commitment to compassionate, quality care extends to the whole experience. While we were sorry to see your comment, we appreciate it, and will be sure to share it with the staff in our on-going effort to improve our patient care.
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Steve E.
3 months ago
Six months ago my mother passed away from the rigors of old age. The hospital made her last days comfortable. She seemed never to be alone. There was always a nurse or an aide in her room tending to her needs. Her doctor (Dr. Afram) saw her every day and even took on the role of Hospice doctor in the final days. He kept me informed of her condition each and every day and made sure that she was comfortable. My mom passed away in her sleep. There was no pain. She was treated with respect, and someone was there with her as she took her final breath. I know when one writes a review it is usually to give notice of something extraordinary or something bad. This is not one of those reviews. This review is simply to say THANKS for everyone that works and practice's at this hospital. Our family has used this hospital for our needs for more than 20 years and have never looked else where for emergency care or other reasons. If you have the choice be confident that the people who make up this hospital will do their best to comfort you, heal you, and provide for your needs. Thank you. Steven La Joie
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Response from the owner - 3 months ago
Steven, thank you for your kind words. Our mission is to meet every patient interaction with the compassion you and your mother experienced, and we thank you for the opportunity to have been a support during that difficult time.
Kathleen Schweiger
4 months ago
I've had several surgeries here over the past 20+ years and have had a great experience each time. Most recently, I had outpatient surgery (both feet) March 23, 2015. Check-in at 5:00 am was quick and friendly. The pre-op staff were courteous, made sure I was warm, comfortable, and had all my questions and concerns addressed. Post Op is mostly a haze, but I do remember a nurse laughing because I was so woozy while they tried to get me to wake up. When I was awake enough, they moved me to a comfy recliner, brought coffee (yes!) and a little food to snack on, then made sure I was comfortable on my crutches and awake enough to leave. After our insurance paid their portion, Crittenton was very easy to work out a payment plan for our balance. Highly recommend Crittenton! Kathleen Schweiger Laporta
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Carissa Arens
11 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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Ceara Smith
a month ago
Doesn't even deserve one star!! Absolutely terrible!! Tried calling to make an appointment to see my GP and was given 4 different numbers to call and was transferred 3 times to people who had no idea what they were talking about. I even had some lady argue with me about my insurance and tried to send me to a doctors office 45 minutes away that I've never heard of. I was told that the office was closed but after being transferred one last time I was told by some extremely nasty lady the office isn't closed but there was no way I could see a doctor today. Everyone I talked to was rude except for one person. I will never be going here again!!!!
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Response from the owner - a month ago
Ceara, we are sorry to hear about your experience. If you are willing, please contact our Patient Relations department at 248-652-5606 to share your concerns, so that we can improve the care that we give to our community.
Danielle Abazar
6 months 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 - 6 months 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.
Beverly Solomon
10 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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Rachiie Insanity
3 weeks ago
they treated my brother in law horribly at his ER visit. Now driving him to Beaumont.
Response from the owner - 2 weeks ago
Rachiie, we were sorry to see your comment. If you would be willing to do so, please call our Patient Relations department at 248-652-5606 to provide an understanding of what occurred and help us improve our service.