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JustCurious

Flatwoods, KY

#1 Nov 8, 2009
Where did the ER at KDMC thread go? Did could someone not handle the truth?
w0ww

Newell, PA

#2 Nov 8, 2009
hahah

THE TRUTH??? YOU CANT HANDLE THE TRUTH!!!!!!!!!
HA HA

Lebanon, KY

#3 Nov 9, 2009
The ED at KDMC is the best around if you don't like it then find another place to take you deadbeat self to!
YoYo

Ironton, OH

#4 Dec 1, 2009
Best in the business!
oldtimer911

Ashland, KY

#5 Apr 11, 2010
bologna
boycott KDMC

Elizabethtown, KY

#6 Apr 11, 2010
Until they start drug-testing all employees who's errors cost our loved-ones their lives, I don't think ANYONE should go there. They need put up signs at the entrances "Enter at your own risk"
Oh geez

United States

#7 Apr 11, 2010
They could probably spend more time on the seriously ill if everyone who had a medical card didn't go in for the freaking sniffles. And then get pissed cause they have to wait.
rtie

Russell, KY

#8 Apr 11, 2010
I had complications from having my baby and had to go there three different times and I received excellent care. Plus, the staff let me wait in a room by myself because I was worried about bringing home an illness to my newborn.
They found the cause of the complications when my OB didn't. I would rather go back to the ER than back to my OB. lol.
Misty

Russell, KY

#9 Apr 11, 2010
Yeah right. I know of someone that they let sit there in the waiting room while she was having a stroke and then sent them home! Taking medicine further my butt.
Sarah

Ashland, KY

#10 Apr 12, 2010
I was there in October, and yes I have insurance,
and I was immediately tended to, I was very scared,
and I found them to be very caring and attentive,
could not have asked for better treatment. My family was allowed to stay with me the whole time.
They were extremely caring for my family as well.
amused

Ashland, KY

#11 Apr 12, 2010
I would just prefer not to go when the Indian doctor (Koulouri?) is there. He sometimes just seems like he has no idea what is wrong with some patients even if the illness is farily routine.
notquite

Newell, PA

#12 Apr 12, 2010
amused wrote:
I would just prefer not to go when the Indian doctor (Koulouri?) is there. He sometimes just seems like he has no idea what is wrong with some patients even if the illness is farily routine.
On the contrary. He is quite the oposite of what your trying to portray him on here. He actually has an amazing knowledge of medicine and illness. No offense, but if you have been to the ER and seen him on mutliple occasions - enough to lay claims against his ability to treat patients - then maybe he's just this way around you because you are a regular and there for the wrong reasons.

When you go to medical school and take an oath to treat people and hold their lives in your hands - maybe then you can critique him
no way

Elizabethtown, KY

#13 Apr 12, 2010
I took my mom there thinking she was having a stroke. The doctor and nurses were more concerned about gossiping, and talking about what they were going to do for the weekend, then taking care of her. If I was dying, I think I would rather be dropped off at Taco Bell.
Great dr

United States

#14 Apr 13, 2010
Dr. Koulori has treated my 2 year old in the er 3 times and each time he has treated her with the best care. He is quick and precise. He talked to her and tried to calm her down when she was crying. So I agree with "notquite". You must be one of the patiens that is there for the wrong reasons. Not to mention the ED is understaffed. I would definatly recommend him as an excellent doctor.
blondie

Hurricane, WV

#15 Apr 13, 2010
rtie wrote:
I had complications from having my baby and had to go there three different times and I received excellent care. Plus, the staff let me wait in a room by myself because I was worried about bringing home an illness to my newborn.
They found the cause of the complications when my OB didn't. I would rather go back to the ER than back to my OB. lol.
I agree with you I also went there because I was having complications in my pregnancy and they was awesome. Although I ended up losing the pregnancy the care I received while in the Er was great. And the nurses was so kind and talked to me and my partner and explained everything. I would go there again.
Employee

Ashland, KY

#16 Apr 15, 2010
amused wrote:
I would just prefer not to go when the Indian doctor (Koulouri?) is there. He sometimes just seems like he has no idea what is wrong with some patients even if the illness is farily routine.
what's wrong? Not getting your pills?
Employee

Ashland, KY

#17 Apr 15, 2010
Great dr wrote:
Dr. Koulori has treated my 2 year old in the er 3 times and each time he has treated her with the best care. He is quick and precise. He talked to her and tried to calm her down when she was crying. So I agree with "notquite". You must be one of the patiens that is there for the wrong reasons. Not to mention the ED is understaffed. I would definatly recommend him as an excellent doctor.
I agree!
KDMC sux

Manchester, KY

#18 Apr 15, 2010
How about missing a broken hip on an x-ray? And sending the patient home to suffer, saying everything was fine? They assume everyone is looking for a pill prescription just cause they're all drug-users
just another number

Ashland, KY

#19 Apr 15, 2010
I went there a few weeks ago with severe dizziness to the point that I was dry heaving from it. The ER Dr. came in and said that I had a really bad sinus infection take some antibiotics and it would be fine. As I was getting ready to go home I was still dizzy. So now they want to keep me because it might be a stroke. The nurse actually told me that KDMC was trying to get stroke certified (like the heart wing) so they ended up keeping me over night after waiting eight hours in the ED waiting on a bed and making me see physical therpy, occupation therpy and even speech therpy - OVER A SINUS INFECTION!!! I hate to see my deductable when it comes in. What is so ironic about the whole situation is that my dad did have two mini strokes that KDMC said was not a stroke but something to do with his back.(the left side of his face was dropping and he was week on his left side).When he had his third mini stock we took him to Belefonte they sent for the MRI results from KDMC the Dr at Belefonte is the one that said he had two previous strokes and so did the specialist that they brought in. KDMC needs to quit growing and start taking care of their patients.
yep

Richmond, KY

#20 Apr 15, 2010
They are so worried about owning the block that they forget what matters most.

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