Michael L. Murray, MD

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I had surgery at Mt. Hood Hospital and a simple procedure with low risk became my worst nightmare.
Not only was the inital surgery unsucessful but due to the unsanitary actions of the physican and cleanliness of the facility I am infected with hospital acquired MRSA which I will have for the rest of my life.
They have neglected to give me proper meds and deny any responsibility and I feel an obligation to inform/warn others that may need medical assistance to go elsewhere for their safety. My ER visit has left me unable to work, finacially and mentally drained, and infected with a lifelong antibiotic resistant infectious disease, not to mention the physical scaring and damage from the 30+ incisions all over my body from the chronic/re-occuring abcesses. Before my visit at their hospital I had a promising future, a good job and a term away from a college degree, basically a great little family with my 2 young children that I raise alone as a single mother. But due to laziness and lack of proper hygene and improper techniques, I lost alot of the things I struggled and worked hard to achieve and I am forced to be on financial assistance and unable sometimes to even touch or hug my kids for fear I'd infect them too. When Im sick I'm HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS. I'm appalled at the things they continue to say & do that put others seen after me at risk & in danger. Starting w/the Triage nurse, I inform upfront I'm contagious & have MRSA, ask them to put gloves on before they do anything, they proceed to start my vitals & I tell them again I have mrsa abcess & want them to use sterilized B Pressure Cuff & Thermometer etc they say it is. I worry for both myself & others safety. I fear I may contract another illness from their neglegence. Also, I don't want my germs to be passed to next patient. I've observed in disbelief their routine negledgence. How many other victims from M.H. now have MRSA as a result of it. I would like to hear from you e31bty@hotmail dot com

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I had surgery at Mt. Hood Hospital and a simple procedure with low risk became my worst nightmare.
Not only was the inital surgery unsucessful but due to the unsanitary actions of the physican and cleanliness of the facility I am infected with hospital acquired MRSA which I will have for the rest of my life.
They have neglected to give me proper meds and deny any responsibility and I feel an obligation to inform/warn others that may need medical assistance to go elsewhere for their safety. My ER visit has left me unable to work, finacially and mentally drained, and infected with a lifelong antibiotic resistant infectious disease, not to mention the physical scaring and damage from the 30+ incisions all over my body from the chronic/re-occuring abcesses. Before my visit at their hospital I had a promising future, a good job and a term away from a college degree, basically a great little family with my 2 young children that I raise alone as a single mother. But due to laziness and lack of proper hygene and improper techniques, I lost alot of the things I struggled and worked hard to achieve and I am forced to be on financial assistance and unable sometimes to even touch or hug my kids for fear I'd infect them too. When Im sick I'm HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS. I'm appalled at the things they continue to say & do that put others seen after me at risk & in danger. Starting w/the Triage nurse, I inform upfront I'm contagious & have MRSA, ask them to put gloves on before they do anything, they proceed to start my vitals & I tell them again I have mrsa abcess & want them to use sterilized B Pressure Cuff & Thermometer etc they say it is. I worry for both myself & others safety. I fear I may contract another illness from their neglegence. Also, I don't want my germs to be passed to next patient. I've observed in disbelief their routine negledgence. How many other victims from M.H. now have MRSA as a result of it. I would like to hear from you e31bty@hotmail dot com

Pros: I can't think of any Pros after this.

Cons: POOR medical care, don't do labwork & underdiagnose. unsafe unsanitary procedures filthy facility/substandard at best

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So I had my baby at Mt. Hood Medical Center back in June & I have had a hard time getting over my experience with a man named Donald Flynn who is an "anesthesiologist." He was so terribly rude to me when I was in labor. He snapped at me & made me feel terribly uncomfortable. When I finally did recieve my rude & uncordial epidural it did not work at all, the pain was just as intense. I asked for him to please come back in to try again & he came slamming in to the room saying quote, "You being overweight makes this epidural close to impossible & if I try again it will give you headaches for 6 months, so...deal, because childbirth is supposed to be uncomfortable." By then tears were streaming down my face. Yes, I understand I am overweight and epidurals can be challenging...but certainly not impossible, and should definitly be cordial & professional. And of course when I received my Explanation of Benefits from my Insurance, he had charged $1,200.00 for a service that offered me no relief and was done incorrectly. So if you are having a baby there & see a grumpy old man named Donald coming towards you with a 8 inch needle, ask for someone else.
In response to the other review written before me, yeah I noticed the floors were dirty too. There is a hardwood type flooring in the maternity section & after walking around in my hospital room, the bottom of my feet were filthy! And that was shortly after I had been admitted so I would think that they should have mopped between patients.

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So I had my baby at Mt. Hood Medical Center back in June & I have had a hard time getting over my experience with a man named Donald Flynn who is an "anesthesiologist." He was so terribly rude to me when I was in labor. He snapped at me & made me feel terribly uncomfortable. When I finally did recieve my rude & uncordial epidural it did not work at all, the pain was just as intense. I asked for him to please come back in to try again & he came slamming in to the room saying quote, "You being overweight makes this epidural close to impossible & if I try again it will give you headaches for 6 months, so...deal, because childbirth is supposed to be uncomfortable." By then tears were streaming down my face. Yes, I understand I am overweight and epidurals can be challenging...but certainly not impossible, and should definitly be cordial & professional. And of course when I received my Explanation of Benefits from my Insurance, he had charged $1,200.00 for a service that offered me no relief and was done incorrectly. So if you are having a baby there & see a grumpy old man named Donald coming towards you with a 8 inch needle, ask for someone else.
In response to the other review written before me, yeah I noticed the floors were dirty too. There is a hardwood type flooring in the maternity section & after walking around in my hospital room, the bottom of my feet were filthy! And that was shortly after I had been admitted so I would think that they should have mopped between patients.

Pros: The nurses were wonderful & caring!

Cons: Donald Flynn & things looked a little dirty

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i wouldn't go to that place if i was on my death bed! the rudest triage nurses and staff i have ever encountered. they were unprofessional and completely rude. their security guard is a power hungry, little worm who repeatedly came in to our room to put in his two sense while my aunt received stitches. they should give him a real job and hand him a mop because the floors were disgusting and there is aunts in the emergency room. those "ladies" at the front desk are ugly nasty old bitches and i would love to throw hot coffee in their faces. if you want to be looked down on and laughed at while you're in pain then go ahead and go there, but i will be driving 20 miles out of my way to avoid those wanna be doctors. medical staff there think they are high and mighty, maybe someday they'll be put in a compromising situation and i'll be the one laughing at their vulnerable white trash asses!

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i wouldn't go to that place if i was on my death bed! the rudest triage nurses and staff i have ever encountered. they were unprofessional and completely rude. their security guard is a power hungry, little worm who repeatedly came in to our room to put in his two sense while my aunt received stitches. they should give him a real job and hand him a mop because the floors were disgusting and there is aunts in the emergency room. those "ladies" at the front desk are ugly nasty old bitches and i would love to throw hot coffee in their faces. if you want to be looked down on and laughed at while you're in pain then go ahead and go there, but i will be driving 20 miles out of my way to avoid those wanna be doctors. medical staff there think they are high and mighty, maybe someday they'll be put in a compromising situation and i'll be the one laughing at their vulnerable white trash asses!

Pros: nothing was good about it

Cons: long wait, rude staff, dirty facility

 

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