I find it rather rude when you are going about your business at Etobicoke General Hospital when someone comes out of their office in the Volenteer department and accuses you without even identifying themselves that you are the person responsible for constantly filling up the shredding bin.  The bins are located in the hallways and […]

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My husband was scheduled for surgery yesterday is st Micheals hospital and he did , he had stones in his kidneys, and they released him out of the hospital 10 minutes after surgery which is not normal  , my husband w as drowsy and in so much pain and same night I had to take […]

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I went to the hospital 3 times for severe abdominal pain in my left side. The first visit they suggested it might be stomach ulcers but did not check, they also suggested it could be blood clotting but did not check for that either. They prescribe me naproxen which should not be prescribed in the […]

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Hi, I am wondering what the rules are about a Doctor trying to push a patient out before they are ready? My father had hip surgery this past Wednesday at Western, by Dr Mohammed.  Even up until the day before in Pre-Op, we were told he would be released on Saturday, which meant a 3 night stay.  All […]

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I’ve waited since June 2015 for a radio frequency catheter ablation the procedure date was set for Sept 19 2016, then moved to Nov 26 2016 after some B.S. story of their lab being down for ten weeks.I called to confirm on Nov 14 2016 but my call was not returned. I called again the […]

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Hi to whom this may concern, I am not one to complain about the service, especially from the hospital where people work very hard everyday. There is something that isn’t quite sitting right with me. I will keep this very simple. The day I arrived at the hospital October 26th 2016. My father arrived in an […]

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After a first visit to the Emergency rm, after MRI and CT scan my father was told he had a minor bleed on his brain. Which, would have explained his symptoms. After which he was given a large dose of an IV so much that he couldn’t walk and released at 1:30 am, just minutes […]

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