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Lunes a Viernes de 9: Inexistentes al tratarse de un inmueble de nueva planta. Lunes a Viernes 9,00 a 20,30 h. Lunes a Jueves de 9,00 a 14,30 h. Lunes a Jueves de 9 a Viernes de 9 a De lunes a viernes de 9,00 a 14,30 h y de 15,30 a 21,00 h. De lunes a viernes de 9,00 a 14,30 horas. Lunes a Jueves de 9,00 a 14,30 h y de 16,00 a 20,00 h. Lunes a Jueves de 9 a 14,30 h y de 16,00 a 19,00 h.
Viernes de 9 a 14,30 h. Viernes de 09,00 h a 14,30 h. De lunes a jueves, de 09,00 a 17,00 horas. Viernes, de 09,00 a 14,30 horas En Agosto, horario de lunes a viernes de 09,00 a 15,00 horas Del 1 al 15 de Septiembre, de 09,00 a 15,00 y de 16,00 a 19,00 horas. Plaza de los Campos, 3 - Granada Granada. Lunes y Martes, de 9,00 a 14,30h y de 16,00 a 19,00 h. Lunes a Jueves de 9,00 a 14,30 h y de 16,00 a 19,00 h.
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This was a real question and response. There were other similar examples, but this was the way group was being handled. All this and every time I went to visit our son, I heard the kids using foul language in front of staff, with no staff response.
He gave a couple examples. So, when we called to identify these issues to the IntraCare Medical Director, asking for some help, their response was to discharge him, saying there was nothing else they could do.
The next day, our son went back to school. We dropped him off at the door and watched him enter the school as he was met by a teacher to direct him to his ISS. We were expecting to pick him up after school the same way. However, we received a call from the school early in the afternoon, saying our son ran away, running into the street to get away from teachers who were trying to catch him.
The police were called and they sent him to IntraCare North, again. I left work and met the police and school principal there and started the process of admitting him into the facility, hoping we would get better treatment, considering the complaint we gave them last time, only to find out our son did not meet the criteria for admission. Evidently running away into the middle of a street to get away was not sufficient enough to have him admitted.
Evidently, running away is not considered wanting to do yourself harm. Although this was probably a good thing, considering their lack of treatment methods and supervision, it still seems wrong on so many levels. Furthermore, they were not going to let us leave without signing the form. Can anyone spell k-i-d-n-a-p-p-i-n-g? After a lot of pounding on the door, someone finally let us out. I think it's amazing how Julie Carrillo is so educated and have so much experience about different kinds of wounds.
She's a hard worker and I have seen her work late hours. She's very loyal to what she loves, helping patients wounds to get better. If there would be more employees like Jessie, our world would be a better place because we all would genuinely care for one another.
We have a Wound Care Specialist nameJulie Carrillo who has been working on our mother wounds and has caused so much improvement on all of them. She has the most wonderful spirit and cares so deeply about each one of her patients.
She works to heal each patients wounds like each one is the only patient she has. She works so hard and cares so much. My family is so Blessed to have these employees Jessie Gilmore and Julie Carrillo watching over our love one. Was taken to Memorial Herman with a ruptured artery in my nose. My hemoglobin had dropped to 3 and could not control the bleeding.
Having no insurance I was told by the insurance lady that I shouldn't be there. Bad thing was I couldn't,t leave. Leaving after the artery was cauterized I came home and now after being told I was not good enough to be there I haven't left my house in 2 yrs.
My nose is bleeding again and although I have insurance now I will bleed out rather than experience the humiliation. I ask you all to please not send your loved ones to this establishment, the way they treated my dad was unsanitary and traumatizing to me and my family. This was my worst experience ever out of the 17 years that I have been taking care of my Dad. I have spoken with the Supervisor, Case Manager, Charge Nurse, CEO about the unsanitary things the nurses was doing and nobody did anything about it they would comment to me we will retrain them if my Dad is in the hospital to get well how could he get well if they doing everything to set up infections elders can not fight off infections as fast as we can you have to be cautious and know what you doing you have to love what you do not only doing it for a paycheck I say this to you before you think about placing your family in this hospital it's not a good idea!!!!!!
This not a hospitals, l it is the worst place I ever see. The doctor don't want they are doing. If you want to bury your love take them to kindred hospital in the height they walk in talking come out in a body bag. On the third day they released him and gave him some antibiotics to take by mouth.
His leg was so infected that his PCP told him to get himself into another hospital, he had to have intravenous max. He could have lost his leg if he hadn't went to his PCP after being released from this hospital. I was so disappointed in this fairly new hospital.
They turned away my 3 yr old with a temp because they want to get off early! I went in there are 7: Open sign was on When the person at the front asked doc right in front me, the doc looked at us, and gave a dirty look. The the front desk person turns to me, and says, "Sorry, the doctor wants to go home.
Beware as their priority is not you, the patient. About Us section on their website: We understand that you need an instant treatment for a sports injury.