Hansa A. Dhabuwala, MD

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The nursing department on the six floor is horrible. They don't respond to the call button. Extremely uncaring.

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The nursing department on the six floor is horrible. They don't respond to the call button. Extremely uncaring.

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I entered Woodhull bcuz of chronic abdominal pain.at 8am.received no real attention

I was finally admitted at 2am.it took two days to receive a pelvic sonagram I thought I was gonna die. The end result I lost a ovary.the nurses on the 6100 floor were terrible. Didn't respond to call button. The only compassionate one was nurse Campbell. The night nurses r horrendous. Please stay away. U rx

You receive a high bill but no empathy or care.this place should be inspected. The doctors were the only decent ones.

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I entered Woodhull bcuz of chronic abdominal pain.at 8am.received no real attention

I was finally admitted at 2am.it took two days to receive a pelvic sonagram I thought I was gonna die. The end result I lost a ovary.the nurses on the 6100 floor were terrible. Didn't respond to call button. The only compassionate one was nurse Campbell. The night nurses r horrendous. Please stay away. U rx

You receive a high bill but no empathy or care.this place should be inspected. The doctors were the only decent ones.

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In July 2008, I was taken to Woodhull Hospital after taking too many Benadryl for sleep, the cops found me outside, confused, and had an ambulance take me to Woodhull. It was the single worst experience of my life.

Once at Woodhull, they did tests, and my Creatinine Kinase (CK) level was elevated (this most commonly indicate severe muscle damage). In my case, this was because my arm was completely smashed up from my fall, but the doctors at Woodhull didn't seem to figure this out. They told me I was to remain at Woodhull on a ?psych hold.? I have no history of mental illness, nor did I develop any. My confusion cleared up the next day after the Benadryl wore off. I asked several doctors and nurses several times to explain to me why they were holding me, but no one would answer me. I was then moved to a ?regular? patient floor for 5 days. My right arm began to swell up, by the 2nd day it was twice its normal size, and it hurt a lot. It was obvious to anyone who came into my room that something was very wrong with my right arm. Every single day while I was at Woodhull, I asked for a doctor to look at my arm, I asked for an x-ray, I asked for pain medicine. I received no x-ray, no examination, no pain meds. The doctor, when she finally came to see me, told me to hold my arm up over my head to ?let the fluid drain out.?

Finally, on the 5th day, a few of my friends came to Woodhull and demanded to speak with a patient care advocate, and I was released. The next day, I went to see my real doctor, I got an x-ray, and I did indeed have a broken arm. It had been 6 days without diagnosis or treatment.

Beware of this place. They are not only negligent, they do not observe basic human rights.

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In July 2008, I was taken to Woodhull Hospital after taking too many Benadryl for sleep, the cops found me outside, confused, and had an ambulance take me to Woodhull. It was the single worst experience of my life.

Once at Woodhull, they did tests, and my Creatinine Kinase (CK) level was elevated (this most commonly indicate severe muscle damage). In my case, this was because my arm was completely smashed up from my fall, but the doctors at Woodhull didn't seem to figure this out. They told me I was to remain at Woodhull on a ?psych hold.? I have no history of mental illness, nor did I develop any. My confusion cleared up the next day after the Benadryl wore off. I asked several doctors and nurses several times to explain to me why they were holding me, but no one would answer me. I was then moved to a ?regular? patient floor for 5 days. My right arm began to swell up, by the 2nd day it was twice its normal size, and it hurt a lot. It was obvious to anyone who came into my room that something was very wrong with my right arm. Every single day while I was at Woodhull, I asked for a doctor to look at my arm, I asked for an x-ray, I asked for pain medicine. I received no x-ray, no examination, no pain meds. The doctor, when she finally came to see me, told me to hold my arm up over my head to ?let the fluid drain out.?

Finally, on the 5th day, a few of my friends came to Woodhull and demanded to speak with a patient care advocate, and I was released. The next day, I went to see my real doctor, I got an x-ray, and I did indeed have a broken arm. It had been 6 days without diagnosis or treatment.

Beware of this place. They are not only negligent, they do not observe basic human rights.

Pros: some of the nurses were very kind

Cons: they held me against my will with no explanation and delayed me getting treatment for a broken arm for 6 days

 

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