Bradford T. Allan, MD

★★★☆☆
  • 3800 Parks Nicollet Boulevard

    Minneapolis, MN 55416

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  • 952-993-3123

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I found myself at this hospital after falling ill at work, 30 miles from home. If you go there, expect to be entirely in their control and to be treated about as well as one of the wheel chairs. First I lay hours in the ER waiting to be admitted, hooked up to wires and being ignored when I finally used the call button because I severely had to piss. The supreme indifference of the staff to the slightest individual need was stunning.

When I finally got put in a shared room, it had been hours since I had had anything to eat and it would be several hours before the lukewarm mediocre dinner consisting of a tiny piece of chicken, rice and straight out of the plastic bag salad would be presented, I asked for a banana. The banana showed up with the meal.

During the night there were numerous interruptions my nursing staff, loud talking and bright lights in the hallways which made trying to get sleep on an overnight flight to Europe seem pleasant in comparison.

All the room lights were turned on a 5AM as the long line of vampires entered to do more pricking, proding and poking, but no breakfast! Around 7:30 I finally asked when breakfast was coming and was told between 8 and 8:15. At 8:10, the nurse comes in and tells me that my final test is scheduled for 10:00 am, and that I mustn't eat for two hours before hand, but hey, my blood suger was down to 99! No f***ing wonder.

Top this all off with an annoying chatty old lady room-mate with politics that included not letting the black male nurse near her, who clearly was listening to every conversation I had with my family and the medical staff and who didn't get it when I was obviously asking for at least some emotional privacy and you have my idea of a really bad nightmare. That woman was privvy to medical information they would never give my darling husband without me signing a consent form first!

When I finally threatened to leave without the final test if I didn't get some food, I at least got the doctor to agree to let me go immediately after it. Of course, after the test, they left me chilling in hallway waiting for someone to take me back to my room. After 10 minutes, I got up and found my room on my own. I'd have to be unconscious before you could ever get me to go back there.

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I found myself at this hospital after falling ill at work, 30 miles from home. If you go there, expect to be entirely in their control and to be treated about as well as one of the wheel chairs. First I lay hours in the ER waiting to be admitted, hooked up to wires and being ignored when I finally used the call button because I severely had to piss. The supreme indifference of the staff to the slightest individual need was stunning.

When I finally got put in a shared room, it had been hours since I had had anything to eat and it would be several hours before the lukewarm mediocre dinner consisting of a tiny piece of chicken, rice and straight out of the plastic bag salad would be presented, I asked for a banana. The banana showed up with the meal.

During the night there were numerous interruptions my nursing staff, loud talking and bright lights in the hallways which made trying to get sleep on an overnight flight to Europe seem pleasant in comparison.

All the room lights were turned on a 5AM as the long line of vampires entered to do more pricking, proding and poking, but no breakfast! Around 7:30 I finally asked when breakfast was coming and was told between 8 and 8:15. At 8:10, the nurse comes in and tells me that my final test is scheduled for 10:00 am, and that I mustn't eat for two hours before hand, but hey, my blood suger was down to 99! No f***ing wonder.

Top this all off with an annoying chatty old lady room-mate with politics that included not letting the black male nurse near her, who clearly was listening to every conversation I had with my family and the medical staff and who didn't get it when I was obviously asking for at least some emotional privacy and you have my idea of a really bad nightmare. That woman was privvy to medical information they would never give my darling husband without me signing a consent form first!

When I finally threatened to leave without the final test if I didn't get some food, I at least got the doctor to agree to let me go immediately after it. Of course, after the test, they left me chilling in hallway waiting for someone to take me back to my room. After 10 minutes, I got up and found my room on my own. I'd have to be unconscious before you could ever get me to go back there.

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I have fortunately stayed there only two times, and that was for the birth of my children, and was very happy with hospital. Even though there is one closer, this is the one we choose.The nurses were very patient and helpful. With my first I had a C-section and the second was a VBAC and both went well. I was even fortunate that I was at a place (with a dr.) that let me have a VBAC.Once my children were born they were excellent at helping me learn to breast feed them.My father-in-law also stayed there about 5 years ago when he had a heart attack and they are one of the leading heart hospitals.

PROS: knowledgable
CONS: not as close

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I have fortunately stayed there only two times, and that was for the birth of my children, and was very happy with hospital. Even though there is one closer, this is the one we choose.The nurses were very patient and helpful. With my first I had a C-section and the second was a VBAC and both went well. I was even fortunate that I was at a place (with a dr.) that let me have a VBAC.Once my children were born they were excellent at helping me learn to breast feed them.My father-in-law also stayed there about 5 years ago when he had a heart attack and they are one of the leading heart hospitals.

PROS: knowledgable
CONS: not as close

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952-993-3123

3800 Parks Nicollet Boulevard

Minneapolis, MN, MN 55416

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