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Multicare Auburn Medical Center
Multicare Auburn Medical Center
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Went into the ER here with bad abdominal pain, ended up having my appendix removed. I came in on a Wednesday evening and hardly waited at all to be seen. All staff that I met (and that was a lot over the 20 hours I was there) were very pleasant. My nurses in recovery, I think it was Meaghan and Michael, were both very friendly and helpful and made my experience much more pleasant. Dr. Alperovich who performed my surgery put me at ease, as did my anesthesiologist, and he was friendly when handling a follow up question over the phone. I am truly thankful for the team that made getting rid of a malfunctioning organ so positive :)
Chris Brenan, 1 year ago
Amazing service from the nurses,housekeeping,the kitchen,radiology,surgeons. The surgeon saved my life and worked for 4 1/2 hours in what was thought to be an outpatient procedure. I then spent four days there recovering & making sure I didn’t have pneumonia after surgery before going home. A first class experience from first to last!
Jay Freeman, 1 year ago
I very happy with the staff Calling from St. Louis , I had no problem in finding my aunt in ER & talking to her(93 yrs old) I can breathe now knowing she is in good hands! Thank you!
Vickie Payne, 1 year ago
I went here to get an xray done, walked in the hospital and there were signs telling me the direction to go, however there was no signs in the direction I was going for check in. I had passed the desk and ended up on another end of the hospital, I waited in line to ask for directions and the employee at the desk was kind, she gave me detailed descriptions on where to go. This check in desk for xray's/imaging, was in tiny office that is easy to walk by, if it's your 1st visit. I do like for the fact I was able to walk in with no appt, i am surprised with an hospital of its size, there is little communication/signs for patients to know where to go. Besides checking in, the lady escorted me to the desk clerk for imaging. I checked in at the desk for the imaging side of facility and receptionist was texting/messaging on her phone, I stood for less than a minute before she noticed i was there. After being called in for xray, there were issues with the xray machine and xray tech along with an colleague could not get the machine working properly. While the tech and colleague were trying to get the machine working, both of them were very attentive and apologetic to myself, in which I really appreciated their apologies for the time that was lost while trying to fix the issue. I commend those 3 for their services. They were not able to get xray machine working properly and ended up having to take xray the old school way, which was fine as I needed to get this done. Stays finished went back to imaging check in desk and noticed same receptionist had several windows open on computer screen that didn't pertain to the job, the screens I seen up were Amazon & pinterest and noticed she was on her phone with Facebook. Customer service and communication with signs need working, the imaging techs and colleagues I praise for their services. Young man, older and middle aged lady, very polite and super apologetic. If it weren't for the xray/imaging in which I commend, this would have been an 1 star experience.
David Beasley, 1 year ago
My son was about 2 months and he was sick with RSV. He was 93 in temperature and almost died. He was turning gray when he was in my arms. My husband and I rushed in and the emergency care here provided for us was exceptional. I know deeply that Jesus saved my son that night with the help of the hands of the nurses and doctors who were there. They quickly helped the baby get warmer and gave him oxygen... He is alive because of the staff here. Thank you, Auburn Hospital, for your medical knowledge, quick action, and active patience and caring spirit for the community. - Mother of 3, Forever Thankful
Carla N, 1 year ago
I know theses visits are hard. Compared to others, I think the doctors try their best, in the best timely manner. They have a lot of work they do and it is time consuming.
conrad H, 2 years ago
If you’re pregnant and looking for a birth center I highly recommend their birth center. My husband and I just welcomed our first baby and we had the best experience at MultiCare. Every nurse and doctor that we met and helped us were amazing, they have the best, caring team.
Nikki Rommel, 2 years ago
202 NORTH DIVISION STREET, Auburn, Washington 98001
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Situated in Auburn, Washington, Multicare Auburn Medical Center has treatment options for those who are seeking help for drug and alcohol addiction.
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