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4200 Houma Blvd Metairie, LA 70006
4200 Houma BoulevardUSLouisianaMetairie70006
(504) 454-4000ejgh.org
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East Jefferson General Hospital opened in 1971 and has been serving the patrons of greater New Orleans ever since. EJGH stands as a state-of-the-art hospital with more than 420 beds. Still a community hospital with a board comprised of representatives throughout the community, our patients are served by a staff of more than 3,000 team members and more than 650 physicians.
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"Great staff of Healthcare professionals."
"Glad ICU Has great hours."
"Brought my mother to the ER. It was a nightmare."
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Kevin O'Brien
2 months ago
Do not go to the ER. I laid in severe pain for the better part of 9 hours and find that highly negligent. Added to the fact that my cardiologist called ahead to let them know I was on my way in and he was doing a cath on me that afternoon or evening. So, they should have been prepared for me. Either they don't care or they are not following national guidelines from every medical association that states that the patient should be alleviated from pain as a primary objective. Either the hospital needs to change their guidelines or the doctors need to re-evaluate their treating methods. I filed a complaint with the hospital. Neither the Chief Medical Officer nor my own cardiologist has reached out to me to discuss this after sending them a letter to them personally. Instead I received a letter from my cardiologist stating that he would no longer be my treating physician. I guess they just don't care at East Jefferson General Hospital.
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Sha Collins
a month ago
My family was there for ground breaking till last year when both died with weeks. Great staff. Many long term ,that matters. Every house keeing. All helpful and smiling. Glad ICU Has great hours.
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Yanyan Fu
4 months ago
We tried to call the bill serice more than 30times in few monthes. The phone always on hold or said "call you back later". BUT nobody answered or called us back at all! I don't understand why nobody pay attension on calls! I don't think you should have phones if you have never answered your phone!
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Wes Carter
a year ago
I had to have a procedure recently...from admit to discharge...EVERYONE is living up to the billboards! All the nurses and doctors were very professional but also very caring. Reminded me of the hospital of my small hometown...seemed like everyone knew you and was there just to make sure you were comfortable and wanted to help you get well!!! A great experience!
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PK Willumstad
2 months ago
I brought my wife to the ER with a medical emergency, and we were treated in such a negligent and uncaring manner that can still neither make heads nor tails of the event. Without knowing what was wrong with her, (besides the violent vomiting) and neither speaking to, or touching her in any way, we were pushed aside and out into the hall. She was so sick that we were being asked by every passerby in the hall if they could get help for us. I finally ended up calling 911 just to have someone look at her, asses her, treat her, anything.... Nothing came of that either thanks to East Jefferson Fire Rescue Paramedics. It was our misfortune to already have been within the walls of this "hospital". When someone finally did come for us, it was to tell me that they had called the police because of the location of my vehicle. Way to go "medical professionals"! Such a sad and disheartening experience in a place that i have lived for 15 years.
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Stevielynn Wright
4 months ago
EJ is excellent to young patients, they've been wonderful with me in the past, but to the elderly they are downright cruel!!! Both my grandmother AND grandfather have had nothing but poor quality of care, at best, from the nurses there. This has been going on for the past 4 1/2 years as we have been dealing with broken hips, multiple strokes, and various other reasons. The fact that it took a nurse 4 hours to come bring my grandfather to the bathroom or 1 1/2 hours where he sat in a dirty diaper is outrageous, disgusting and abusive. Oh and when the nurse said she was "too busy" to help his sitter get him to the bathroom again his sitter said "ma'am, he's been sitting here dirty for a while now. How would you like it if you were in his situation?" the nurse has the disgusting response "well I don't need help to get to the bathroom"...!!!!!!!!!!... ARE YOU SERIOUS!!!!???? Even if you have that cold of a heart to even think that, you DON'T SAY IT OUT LOUD!!!! Needless to say, karma is a b*tch and that low life will certainly get what’s coming to her! My grandfather has bed sores appearing on his back now and it's just getting plain abusive at this point. We can't say anything for fear of retaliation as that's been done to us in the past. These people who call themselves health care professionals are anything but. If you don't wish to take CARE of people don't be in the field! I understand it pays the bills but so does a lot of other jobs where you don't have to interact with other humans...because at this point they shouldn't. Again, for younger people I can't say enough good things about them!
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w williams
8 months ago
my mother a 73 yr old widower with internal bleeding is told to check in to this hospital by her doctor,.. the next morning a man walks in her rm she has never seen before and says hes going to do a exam her that hes been referd to her by her doctor he has no nurse with him and he wishes to examin her female regions,.. she declines and is scared,.. she ask where the nurse is and he doesn't provide a nurse,.. he tells her that he needs to exam her she says she doesn't want him to exam her,..he says he has to do a visual at the very least to assure there isn't any bleeding from her anus,.. so she complys out of fear to do a visual of area she doesn't want to die,.. she also doesn't want to be molested at which time the man inserts his finger in her ass and hurts her,... she tells me ,..she tells the nurse that she feels as if she has been raped ,.. we inform the hospital they throw my mom out with out treating her bleeding ,..... which was the emergency reason the doc had us check in,...... THIS HOSPITAL IS NOT FIT TO TREAT ANIMALS the administration has been informed and refuses to answer for this my mothers doctor is saying they should not have released her she is still in danger ,.... plz don't send anyone you love here to this hospital,... my mom is emotionally compromised now as well as physically ,...
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Colin Roussel
8 months ago
Had to go the ER yesterday to get a abscess drained out my nose I was seen by Dr. Charles Ochello he was very professional and friendly and so was the staff I could not have picked a better place to go to.

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