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The only reason I’m being generous and giving this review 3 stars is because the PA that treated me, J. Richard, was very helpful, kind and understanding. I severed two tendons in my hand on 7/10/18. I arrived at Interfaith Medical Center’s emergency department at 10PM and was received by the intake staff around 10:30PM. They were kind, took my information and were patient with me. I was then brought into the emergency department. I met PA J. Richard right away. He was helpful, cheerful and was patient with me. Provided numbing treatment to my wound and wrapped my hand. I then went to have a cat scan around 11:30PM. That took about 45 mins to 1 hour. I then returned to the emergency department to wait for my cat scan results. I was told it would take about 45 mins to 1 hour. By this time it was midnight. After waiting almost 2 hours for my results, I decided I’d prefer to see my own doctor because no one was helping me, giving me updates etc. I told the CNA (maybe nurse?) that I wanted to be discharged and she told me to speak to the other PA on duty because the PA on duty would have updates for me and would be able to discharge me. I respectfully requested an update and to be discharged with the PA (maybe nurse) that I was directed to. That PA looked at me. Told me to hold on because she was tending to her own patients (whatever that means because she was ignoring everybody up in there!). She then told me to step back even though I was standing nowhere near her. Finally she looks at me and without even checking her computer, tells me the results of my cat scan and asks me whether I want to discharge against medical advice. This means she knew my cat scan status and just didn’t update me. I sat there for hours, respecting everyone, and trusting that they would update me at reasonable times. From there I sign the discharge papers. She calls the PA that was assigned to me (J. Richard). J. Richard returns as tells me not to leave so that he can wrap my hand, and give me the documents I needed to give my own doctor, and my medicine prescriptions. At that moment the PA that was ignoring me says: Mean PA: “Why aren’t you leaving?” Me: J. Richard told me to stay Mean PA: yeah but you told me you wanted to leave so why didn’t you leave? Me: because he told me to stay Mean PA: I did the discharge Papers as a courtesy to you! Me: listen I don’t want to fight with you. I’m just trying to get help from my PA who wants to help me. Mean PA: you’re rude! This PA had all the time to fight with me about NOTHING....but claims she’s so busy tending her to patients. Who does that? She shouldn’t work in an emergency department if she can’t handle the work load and gets mad about little things. Why would she prioritize fighting with me over treating patients? I didn’t leave the emergency department until 4AM. In addition to the above, the emergency department conditions were atrocious. The bathroom was filthy! Smelled like urine, and seems like it’s never cleaned. Blood soiled materials are not handled with care, which is alarming. The Nurse (CNA maybe?) dropped my pill on the floor and never found it to pick it up. An attendant that transferred me to and from the cat scan area, admitted to me that he had had a very strong drink before work. He was slurring his words and it was evident that he was under the influence. This place is a mad house. I’m not exaggerating one detail. I mentioned the good and the bad.
Carissa Davis, 2 years ago
Interfaith Medical Center is on Atlantic Ave between Troy Ave and Albany Ave I. Brooklyn New York. Bed-Stuyvesant Area use to named Brooklyn Jewish Hospital. The upgrade to this hospital was was Essential to the community with plenty medical needs and wants. Dentals and children care
Omar Brooklyn, 2 years ago
They treated my grandpa very well. The staff was very friendly. Very quiet place and clean.
Tamara Maldonado, 2 years ago
A close relative was recently admitted to Interfaith Medical Center. The staff in the emergency room were very kind, patient, and professional. The staff on the medical floor were knowledgable, polite and kept family member up to date with the patient progress and explained all medical procedures in details so we all can make an informed decision on the best way to proceed. Pro: +Majority of the staff were professional, knowledgable and appeared to care. +They addressed the immediate health issues and made my relative feel better. +The food looked healthy and delicious. +Parking was assessable majority of the time. +They have an awesome gift shop Great variety at a decent price. Con: None that I can recall at the moment. Except they do not have a bike rack or anyplace to lock up a bicycle if you choose to cycle there. Unfortunately, I heard some talk that they might close down and no longer take new patients. I was unable to confirm to know if its true or not. Conclusion: I highly recommend Interfaith Medical Center. I give them 4 stars out of 5 because overall they provided great services however, a few staff members were unprofessional and dishonest.
Bless MaMa, 2 years ago
Best hospital they take foreve but you gonna find out something really good just love they hospital and doctors
Aicha Diallo, 3 years ago
1545 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11213
- (718) 613-4330
At Interfaith Medical Center, located in scenic Brooklyn, New York, individualized addiction treatment programs are aimed at fitting the specific requirements of the patient. With unique treatment plans that are tailor-made to suit the individual, addicts will have every opportunity to overcome their addiction.
Just before the patient begins treatment at Interfaith Medical Center, a comprehensive patient assessment will be conducted in order to determine which treatment method will work best. No matter what age group the individual belongs to, treatment is available to those of all ages . In order to obtain a life that is free of addiction, the addict has to be in the mindset of ‘recovery’. This means that the idea of sobriety is already planted in the individual’s mind and therefore will want to work toward achieving that goal.
The dedicated staff members at Interfaith Medical Center are committed to the recovery of the patient and will do everything in their power to help them throughout this trying time. Reaching personal life goals is possible but it requires the addict to kick the habit of abusing drugs and alcohol in order to obtain them. This is exactly why facilities for addiction treatment exist.
There is no reason that treatment shouldn’t begin today, so contact Interfaith Medical Center and discuss the various treatment options today. Breaking the cycle of addiction is difficult which is why treatment facilities are here to help. Typically speaking, addicts fail when it comes to seeking treatment on their own as not all facilities out there are as reputable as others. At Interfaith Medical Center, the staff is dedicated to helping their patients succeed in recovery. It’s never too late to seek help and assistance with drug or alcohol addiction.
Interfaith Medical Center strives to show addicts that there is a life outside of addiction and through treatment; Addicts will be able to take control of their lives. Patients are also urged to attend relapse prevention programs even after treatment is completed in order to mitigate the chances of relapse in the future.
The time to get help for addiction is now. Contact Interfaith Medical Center today at www.Interfaithmedical.Com and learn how treatment can change life around for the better.