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Thank you to the Staff at Royal Alex Emergency Department



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  1. I agree with you whole heartedly! I hope you recover quickly

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  2. It’s always nice to read a compliment. So many people are ready to share their bad service yet when it comes to good service, hardly anyone says anything. It’s just nice to read. Shoutout is a good place to read positive reviews. I really hope that you’re doing better. When I read the first sentence, I instantly thought you may have had a stroke. That’s how my father in law woke up one morning. He didn’t have a stroke but now has bells palsy ( like Jean Chretien-except he doesnt talk in a french accent lol) Feel better!

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  3. I’ve always been treated quickly, staff always amazing. Also was admitted at night and into surgery first thing in the morning. Very grateful for Royal Alex ER!

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  4. Kole Dupe Kole Dupe says:

    Either a stroke or bells palsey

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  5. Amal Chaaban Amal Chaaban says:

    Any time I have had to go to the Alec for a CT or MRI, they are amazing and the staff is so kind.

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  6. Missy says:

    I had my 2nd child there and had an amazing experience. It sucked that my husband couldn’t stay the night as we could not afford a private room and maternity was full to the brim that week but I understood why, but the maternity staff were just awesome. Very supportive and very on top of my slightly complicated labour. Then a couple months later I was back there for my gall bladder. It was incredibly busy that night, not even any space for my husband to sit with me, so I did end up spending about 4 hours in waiting and that was hard and painful, and my husband ended up having to leave as we had 2 kids with us and it was getting late. Once I got triaged and on to a gurney everything went fantastic though. They were on top of my pain and when their “pink lady” drink didn’t work I was hooked up to morphine until they could find and remove the issue. The nurses were funny and very apologetic about the shortage of pillows- I was on morphine, I didn’t have a care in the world lol- and they found the problem quickly. They even called my family to talk about who could possible donate liver tissue in the event that my liver continued to fail, which thankfully was unnecessary. They removed the stone causing the problem and admitted me to await surgery and 48 hours later I went home happy. Loved the Royal Alex!

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  7. Ken Goodeye Ken Goodeye says:

    me too great people

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  8. These are the comments I love to read! Glad you are ok op!

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  9. I can totally relate to this post. Although I was living in a northern BC town I encountered some of the best care anyone could have hoped for. They were so kind and reassuring. I ultimately spent nearly one month recovering and all of the staff from cleaners to doctors were kind and considerate. In this day and age of hearing so many negative stories I felt I was very well cared for by people who truly cared for me and enjoyed their job.

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  10. From my experience they were awesome at that hospital

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  11. I had day surgery there a number of years ago. They couldn’t have been nicer to me. Every last person.

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  12. I hope you feel better. Thanks for posting this.

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  13. Jessie Diprose l hope you are feeling better today and found out what is going on love granny b

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  14. Julia Bryce Julia Bryce says:

    i went to emerg. at Grey Nuns a couple weeks back. 50 some hours to get a bed. was there for a week. Most staff was good, but disorganized. a male nurse whom failed A LOT to wash his hands or even sanitize them. one really crappy Dr. in the making. Couple of great drs., lots of great nurses and staff running various equipment (MRI, other scans, etc., etc.) But this hospital had the dirtiest emergency area I have ever seen. Once my surgery is done (this is where the surgeon works out of), i will never go back to this hospital. I much prefer the Royal Alex.

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  15. Sounds like you were kind to them as well even though you felt like hell and were scared. The ER nurses and doctors are amazing. They have always gone out of their way to be friendly. It’s how you treat them as well. It’s one thing to be in pain and mean and rude and it’s another to be in pain and thankful.
    When my mom was there a couple years ago the guy in the ER bed next to her was just wasted and he was so nasty to the nurses. He told one nurse to get her “fat ass over to me now. I’m going to shit this bed and you will have to clean it up” I gasped. Another nurse came in and I just looked at her and said “he’s being abusive!!” She had a good chuckle about my reaction. She said that was nothing. You should see a really busy day. Nurses are seriously angels.
    Hope you have a speeding recovery.

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  16. That’s great to hear. I’ve never had a problem with the care at the Alex. I hope you are feeling better!

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