Barbara Piccirillo, PA

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I had a E.R visit to methodist today 12/11/08 one day before my 49th birthday. Anyhoot, once inside, the S.G who saw me limping approached me and assisted me up to the registration desk. Where the caring receptionist insisted I sit down while she bring and take back the triage info. I was seen in a timely manner and was taken to get x-rays done, where they discovered that my arthritic knee was spranged and has fluid (AKA.. water )which needed to be drained (OUCH!!!) all the attendants were nice and attentive. Longer story short, If I had to choose a hospital to have any thing done, this would be it. A very special thank you to R. McCullough for being so attentive, informative, caring and pleasing to the eye.

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I had a E.R visit to methodist today 12/11/08 one day before my 49th birthday. Anyhoot, once inside, the S.G who saw me limping approached me and assisted me up to the registration desk. Where the caring receptionist insisted I sit down while she bring and take back the triage info. I was seen in a timely manner and was taken to get x-rays done, where they discovered that my arthritic knee was spranged and has fluid (AKA.. water )which needed to be drained (OUCH!!!) all the attendants were nice and attentive. Longer story short, If I had to choose a hospital to have any thing done, this would be it. A very special thank you to R. McCullough for being so attentive, informative, caring and pleasing to the eye.

Pros: clean and attentive staff

Cons: None, I could think of

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I am new to Park Slope and had to go to this hospital twice in the last week - once in ER to have stitches put into my thumb and once again today to have them removed. Both experiences were completely awful! I ended up spending the ENTIRE day (a total of 7 hours) in the hospital today for something that should have taken less than an hour. I have NEVER seen so much bureaucracy at ANY hospital! It took them forever to process my paperwork for a procedure that took 2 minutes to actually perform. I agree with the other reviewer that most the people (e.g., administrative staff and medical assistants) I have come across at this hospital could not care less; they are completely apathetic to patients. One medical assistant called my name twice by mistake within a 30 minute period. I mean...get your act together! I am currently asking around and looking for a better hospital that I can go to the in future. Despite being only a 10 minute walk from where I live, I cannot bear to EVER come back that that insane place EVER again!!!! Stay Away!!!!!

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I am new to Park Slope and had to go to this hospital twice in the last week - once in ER to have stitches put into my thumb and once again today to have them removed. Both experiences were completely awful! I ended up spending the ENTIRE day (a total of 7 hours) in the hospital today for something that should have taken less than an hour. I have NEVER seen so much bureaucracy at ANY hospital! It took them forever to process my paperwork for a procedure that took 2 minutes to actually perform. I agree with the other reviewer that most the people (e.g., administrative staff and medical assistants) I have come across at this hospital could not care less; they are completely apathetic to patients. One medical assistant called my name twice by mistake within a 30 minute period. I mean...get your act together! I am currently asking around and looking for a better hospital that I can go to the in future. Despite being only a 10 minute walk from where I live, I cannot bear to EVER come back that that insane place EVER again!!!! Stay Away!!!!!

Pros: Close to Park Slope

Cons: Apathetic and untrained administrative staff; huge bureacracy

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Waited seven hours to be diagnosed with an ear infection, waited in a lay-z-boy with six other miserable people staring at each other, only to have an intern look in my ear and tell me i had and infected ear, wrote me a prescription and off i was, took him a total of two minutes. I got a bill for nine hundred dollars a month later. God-awful. But the look of cynical apathy on everybody's faces that work there alone is a sight to see!

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Waited seven hours to be diagnosed with an ear infection, waited in a lay-z-boy with six other miserable people staring at each other, only to have an intern look in my ear and tell me i had and infected ear, wrote me a prescription and off i was, took him a total of two minutes. I got a bill for nine hundred dollars a month later. God-awful. But the look of cynical apathy on everybody's faces that work there alone is a sight to see!

Pros: Great place to get a Staph Infection!

Cons: Don't get it treated there!

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I've been at Methodist a few times over the years. My first outpatient surgery went very well, but a later ER visit was awful - leaving me alone in a room with no information for hours on end. My latest visit, however, was flat-out dangerous. I came into the ER with a deep wound, and the resident and student doctors, while very nice, treated it improperly and sent me home. I got a terrible infection and went back to the ER. They kept me overnight, but did almost nothing to the wound and gave me only one antibiotic treatment before shipping me out. A couple hours after I was discharged I had a raging fever and was sent by my doctor to Long Island College Hospital. The excellent surgeon there confirmed that my wound was not handled properly at Methodist. I ended up having to have surgery to clean up Methodist's mistakes. I will never go there again!

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I've been at Methodist a few times over the years. My first outpatient surgery went very well, but a later ER visit was awful - leaving me alone in a room with no information for hours on end. My latest visit, however, was flat-out dangerous. I came into the ER with a deep wound, and the resident and student doctors, while very nice, treated it improperly and sent me home. I got a terrible infection and went back to the ER. They kept me overnight, but did almost nothing to the wound and gave me only one antibiotic treatment before shipping me out. A couple hours after I was discharged I had a raging fever and was sent by my doctor to Long Island College Hospital. The excellent surgeon there confirmed that my wound was not handled properly at Methodist. I ended up having to have surgery to clean up Methodist's mistakes. I will never go there again!

Pros: convenient location in Park Slope

Cons: mistreatment

 

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