Ameree, Baryalay MD: Baryalay Ameree, MD

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  • 2300 Opitz Blvd G-209

    Woodbridge, VA 22191

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  • 703-523-0611

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No Way! My mother died there. Brought to the ER by the ambulance, I followed in my car. I had ALL my moms Medical History with me. I was her caretaker since a stroke that left her unable to speak and with short term memory and right side paralysis. She spent months at Bryn Mawr Pa, learning to walk and print again.
In was sent to the ER waiting room for paperwork. I notified immediately the NURSE AIDE receiving that I HAD TO BE with my mom since she could not speak for herself, and I was her guardian. I was told I could not see her until the doctor examined her. I explained that MY MOTHER COULD NOT COMMUNICATE, and that I had all her medicine and medical history. Again I was told to wait until an doctor examined her.
I again said my mother had a Short Term Memory and I needed to be with her during her exam. Again I was told to wait. Almost an hour and half later a nurse from the ER Room, the actual room was in a frantic looking for a relative of my mother. I stood and told her I was she and had been put off since I entered the ER waiting area just after the ambulance brought mom to the ER more than an hour earlier.
A receptionists was told to register me/mother immediately, then send me back to the bay which my mom was being held.
The Receptionist mentioned that earlier she had been assigned to register my mother but when she went to the bay assigned to my mom, no one was in the bed. She went on to take care of other patients. In the mean time, What happened to my Mother?
Once registered, then rushed to the bay where my mother was being treated, a guard was stationed at the entrance.
Several medical persons were frantically working on her. I saw a tube running from her stomach and down the floor. Blood was everywhere. A few minutes passed and a Doctor came out to ask if I had anyone with me. I was alone. He said my mom was dying.. about 30 hours later my mother died at Potomac Hospital. I will never believe it had to happen if I had been able to be at her side, in the hospital bay, to answer questions and give the medical history needed to save her.

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No Way! My mother died there. Brought to the ER by the ambulance, I followed in my car. I had ALL my moms Medical History with me. I was her caretaker since a stroke that left her unable to speak and with short term memory and right side paralysis. She spent months at Bryn Mawr Pa, learning to walk and print again.
In was sent to the ER waiting room for paperwork. I notified immediately the NURSE AIDE receiving that I HAD TO BE with my mom since she could not speak for herself, and I was her guardian. I was told I could not see her until the doctor examined her. I explained that MY MOTHER COULD NOT COMMUNICATE, and that I had all her medicine and medical history. Again I was told to wait until an doctor examined her.
I again said my mother had a Short Term Memory and I needed to be with her during her exam. Again I was told to wait. Almost an hour and half later a nurse from the ER Room, the actual room was in a frantic looking for a relative of my mother. I stood and told her I was she and had been put off since I entered the ER waiting area just after the ambulance brought mom to the ER more than an hour earlier.
A receptionists was told to register me/mother immediately, then send me back to the bay which my mom was being held.
The Receptionist mentioned that earlier she had been assigned to register my mother but when she went to the bay assigned to my mom, no one was in the bed. She went on to take care of other patients. In the mean time, What happened to my Mother?
Once registered, then rushed to the bay where my mother was being treated, a guard was stationed at the entrance.
Several medical persons were frantically working on her. I saw a tube running from her stomach and down the floor. Blood was everywhere. A few minutes passed and a Doctor came out to ask if I had anyone with me. I was alone. He said my mom was dying.. about 30 hours later my mother died at Potomac Hospital. I will never believe it had to happen if I had been able to be at her side, in the hospital bay, to answer questions and give the medical history needed to save her.

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If you're bleeding profusely from your carotid artery, if you've severed a limb, suffered a gunshot wound to the head, or your airway is obstructed and you're turning shades of blue, and Potomac is the closest hospital, roll the dice and take your chances. However, if time is not critical, if you are not in a "golden hour" situation, continue on I-95. If you're driving South, hang on another 25 minutes to Fredericksburg, VA. If you're driving North, you have the outstanding options of Fairfax Inova Hospital, Alexandria Hospital, Georgetown and many (any) others. The Potomac emergency room is a horror show in terms of waiting to actually be in the presence of a Doctor (bring your lunch) and as for the M.D. staff, don't expect to see any medical school diplomas from Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, or UVA . . . who are these people anyway? I've taken my elderly Mother this "facility" on 2 occasions . . . never again . . . it is riddled with incompetence, a lack of experience, substandard personnel, and please do not be looking for any wisdom. It is truly a "rough in the diamond." Did I mention that I do not recommend it? Good luck

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If you're bleeding profusely from your carotid artery, if you've severed a limb, suffered a gunshot wound to the head, or your airway is obstructed and you're turning shades of blue, and Potomac is the closest hospital, roll the dice and take your chances. However, if time is not critical, if you are not in a "golden hour" situation, continue on I-95. If you're driving South, hang on another 25 minutes to Fredericksburg, VA. If you're driving North, you have the outstanding options of Fairfax Inova Hospital, Alexandria Hospital, Georgetown and many (any) others. The Potomac emergency room is a horror show in terms of waiting to actually be in the presence of a Doctor (bring your lunch) and as for the M.D. staff, don't expect to see any medical school diplomas from Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, or UVA . . . who are these people anyway? I've taken my elderly Mother this "facility" on 2 occasions . . . never again . . . it is riddled with incompetence, a lack of experience, substandard personnel, and please do not be looking for any wisdom. It is truly a "rough in the diamond." Did I mention that I do not recommend it? Good luck

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I would not recommend this hospital to anyone -- family, friends or associates. The ER is not clean and the wait for my family member to get a room was 15 hours. The nurses on the units are responsive, but would not recommend this hospital if you need to have any kind of specialized care or extended treatment. Your best best is to keep driving down I-95 in either direction (North or South) for the best care.

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I would not recommend this hospital to anyone -- family, friends or associates. The ER is not clean and the wait for my family member to get a room was 15 hours. The nurses on the units are responsive, but would not recommend this hospital if you need to have any kind of specialized care or extended treatment. Your best best is to keep driving down I-95 in either direction (North or South) for the best care.

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Not recommended unless its the closest and only hospital near you in case of an emergency. There is always a minimum of a 3-4 hour wait in the ER. I took my Asthmatic son once and they made us wait 45 minutes even though he was having trouble breathing.

Once he was admitted. The Pediatric staff is Awesome. Its just getting to Pediatrics.

PROS: Pediatric Nurse's
CONS: ER

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Not recommended unless its the closest and only hospital near you in case of an emergency. There is always a minimum of a 3-4 hour wait in the ER. I took my Asthmatic son once and they made us wait 45 minutes even though he was having trouble breathing.

Once he was admitted. The Pediatric staff is Awesome. Its just getting to Pediatrics.

PROS: Pediatric Nurse's
CONS: ER

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