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    NYU Langone Medical Center
    NYU Langone Medical Center
    Street:
    530 1st Avenue #9v
    City:
    New York
    State:
    NY
    Zip Code:
    10016
    Phone:
    646-929-7815
    Neighborhood:
    Kips Bay

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 30-Jun-2021
    Subject:  NYU OBGYN rec?
    Comment:  I also delivered my baby boy at NYU Langone last year when Dr. Cho was on call.. really the whole group is great, you can’t go wrong!
    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 04-Apr-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2021 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Birthing room was great, as were the nurses. However, they do not have many private rooms available. We got lucky that one opened up and we were next in line.
    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 04-Apr-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2021 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Overall NYU was okay and we had a good experience. The nurses were good, but a few of them really stood out in a great way that helped us a lot those first few days. I did have an issue with my hospital bed on the recovery floor that I eventually got switched out. I wish I had asked for it sooner.
    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 04-Apr-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2021 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I am very grateful to have delivered my daughter at NYU. My husband (who is not religious) described the nurses there as our angels. Our daughter was a late preterm baby and had to spend time in the NICU after initially being with us in recovery. The team cared for our well-being and kept us closely informed about our daughter’s care and progress. I cannot recommend NYU more highly.
    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 07-Feb-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  NYU was amazing. I had great care and felt 100% safe and comfortable the whole time.
    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 07-Feb-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Everyone at NYU was really wonderful (especially the nurses there are amazing). Despite the pandemic, I felt like we had as close to as a "normal" experience as possible, and I felt totally safe the whole time (granted this was in July when the rates were fairly low)
    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 07-Feb-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Everyone in labor and delivery was excellent, but the recovery experience was really terrible due to the cramped shared room. I arrived early in the morning and did not deliver until close to midnight, so I experienced several shift changes and most of the healthcare professionals were very friendly and supportive. The nurses were very quick to respond when I needed them throughout the day and were good at explaining what was going on. COVID protocols were adhered to and I was in a mask for delivery, but I was thankful that my husband was allowed to be with me the entire time. I felt like I received very good medical care. The shared recovery room experience was really atrocious and is inexcusable for a hospital of this calibre. This is no fault of the nurses, doctors, and other staff - they were truly excellent - but it was outrageous the size of the room that four adults and two newborns were expected to share after just having been through the experience of delivering a child, dealing with postpartum and newborn medical care. We arrived in the shared room around 2 am, having not been alone since giving birth, and we felt like we could not even talk without being extremely inconsiderate to the couple next to us. My bed was literally touching the other mom's bed with a thin curtain between, and my husband's chair took up all the floor space that was in our area (he had to tuck his legs up or go stand by the shared bathroom and my bed had to be moved on an angle so that a nurse could fit to check on the baby and I). It was extremely hot and we could see no natural light. We understood we may have to share a recovery room, and imagined shared hospital rooms we had seen in other hospitals which would have been fine, but this room was smaller than I had ever imagined. All I wanted to do was talk to my husband about how we had just had a child, and instead we sat in exhausted, hot, silence, not moving because if I moved the mom next to me would feel it and I didn't want to ruin any sleep she may be getting. Due to COVID we were not allowed to go anywhere, so I have really never felt more trapped in my entire life. We requested a single room, but they weren't able to give us one. I was told that the other shared rooms are larger than the one we were in, so everyone may not have this experience. I will not deliver at NYU Langone for any future children because of this experience.
    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 07-Feb-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  The labor room was top notch and included a comfortable couch/bed for partner. The nurses on the labor ward were such heroes. So kind, attentive, and warm and really put me at ease. Post delivery, we had a private room the first night due to health complications and another wonderful nurse. On the second night we were moved to a shared room, which is the norm, and that experience was exhausting. The night nurse on the floor was also really unhelpful with breastfeeding. If having a second baby there, I would ask for a private room post-delivery if possible. The number of these is very limited though and on a first-come first-served basis so more likely than not, would not be available. A requested private room is also expensive (not sure exactly how much but I think around $500).
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 06-Dec-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  All the staff was great, everything else fairly standard. Triage and the shared rooms postpartum were a little rough, labor room was great.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 27-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Delivery nurses were all amazing. Delivery as a whole was a positive experience. Post partum care was non existent. There were definitely too many patients for the nurses to handle- some nurses were wonderful, others not. Barely anyone checked on me; no one showed me how to nurse, just threw my daughter on my breast and said “there you go” and left. After less than a day, I was bruised and cut from the was she was latching. I ended up using formula at 3am when she was 26 hours old because she was so miserable and I doubt she had eaten anything. The nurse basically had to sneak it to me. They also don’t have pacifiers, so my mother brought some. I did see a lactation consultant while there, but she was unhelpful and mean. She scolded me for not filling out an eating/diaper log (which no one had even shown to me and which my pediatrician said was unimportant) and mocked the use of formula.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 27-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I received amazing care at NYU Langone. Their nurses are truly wonderful people, attentive and expert at what they do. I would highly recommend NYU Langone.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 27-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Loved Langone. They were so kind, positive and caring as we arrived, sitting down to read out my birth preferences with me. I felt well cared for the whole time. The maternity nurses were so wonderful and encouraged us with kind words as we prepared to take our newborn home during the lockdown.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 11-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Wonderful staff!
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 09-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  They were incredibly busy and we had a lot of nurse turn over
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 09-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Nurses were above and beyond and helped so much in my recovery and first time parent worries. Spring for the private room-‘so worth. It. Especially if you have a csection.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 23-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Frankly I had never spent time in a hospital so I was completely blown away by nurses in general and how amazing they are. NYU Langone was a great place to deliver.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 22-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  "On the evening I went into labor, the department was quite busy and did not have any triage rooms left. I was provided with a gurney and two curtain walls in a hallway where I waited with my husband and doula. I didn't particularly mind the hallway set up, it was relatively private.Because it was busy, it also took a long time for the nurses/doctors to even begin hooking up the monitors and checking on me (over an hour). My husband and doula popped out to try to find someone to attend to us a couple of times. Despite it being my first baby, my labor was very short (4 hours total). By the time they hooked me up, they found that my labor had progressed significantly and I needed to be shown directly to a delivery room. I wasn't even checked in to the hospital, we did it the day after. 15 minutes later my daughter was born.The delivery room was huge and had a bathroom attached. I didn't get a chance to use any of the fancy gadgets or showers. The delivery nurse was amazing and supportive throughout the process. They did a great job helping me clean up after and taking care of the baby. They personally attended to everything until I was wheeled up to post-delivery.Post-delivery we were placed in a semi-private room, and requested an upgrade to a private room. There was some construction in the adjacent rooms, but they were responsive to my requests to manage the noise. Once upgraded to the private room, everything was great. Lots of space, a place for my mom to sleep and sit while she stayed with me in the hospital.They had newborn care classes and breastfeeding classes. A lactation consultant was able to help me with my latch issues, and a breast pump rental for home. I was provided with lots of supplies and the nurses were very attentive. They had a menu of food to order off of every day with a good selection. Food quality was decent. My husband and mom went down to the cafeteria for their food- also decent selection and price.My baby also had a bit of jaundice and needed phototherapy. It was easy enough to wheel her to the NICU section for her treatments. Very friendly staff."
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 20-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  NYU was all in all a good place to have a baby. The nurses were lovely and helpful and the delivery room was spacious. The wireless monitoring did not work but my doula helped me switch positions while attached to monitors (I was high risk). The recovery room was shared and cramped. The (kosher) food was eh.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 17-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Overall really great. We delivered in one of the new delivery rooms, which was beautiful, then were lucky enough to get a private room. Delivery nurses were wonderful while I was in labor, and the Postpartum nurses were overall good/okay with one standout who was so kind, warm, supportive, and very helpful with breastfeeding. Only cons: I think we asked for a pillow, peanut, blanket to roll up (anything!) like 100X while I was in labor and never got it... After I gave birth, I was in the delivery room almost 10 hours (they were waiting for the room to open up) - we had plenty of privacy but I feel like I missed out on early BF-ing support since I was "about to go to the other floor" for many hours
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I really like NYU. I like the nurses and staff (this is why I wanted to go back for my second even though Methodist is so much closer) and I happened to go in for an induction the day after Thanksgiving and they were slow so I was able to go into a room right away (I skipped triage!). I understand this is kind of the luck of the draw that they happened not to be busy, but all the things I remembered from my first (the quality of the care from nurses and support staff) was the same.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Per my OBGYN review above, I didn't actually give birth at the hospital. I was taken there in an ambulance and spent just a couple of hours in the L&D ward before being taken to recovery. I was generally happy with all of the nurses. The rooms are tiny (even the private room we got during COVID). They were happy to get us out of there quickly, so I didn't bother using the shower there and just waited until I got home. I have nothing to compare my experience with, but it wasn't memorable one way or the other. The lactation consultant they brought in on the second day I didn't find helpful at all. She made me feel like something was wrong with me with the trouble we had latching.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I had a great experience at NYU Langone. The nurses were great; I loved that all the nurses were also lactation specialists so they could answer the many questions I had. They were uniformly wonderful at reassuring these worried first-time parents! And the L&D nurses were amazing. I did wish the rooms were bigger; it was a tight squeeze. The only negative thing was a cleaner came in to clear the other side of the room in the middle of the night, waking us up. Which is never what you want right after delivery!
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I had a wonderful experience at NYU. I had previously given birth at a different hospital and this experience was infinitely better! I had hemorrhaged with my firstborn and everyone at NYU was put on alert that I might do so again. In fact I did, but thanks to the fact that the doctors and nurses were incredibly prepared it was a much smaller blood loss than my prior delivery, and a completely different experience emotionally. I was not scared for an instant, as I was consistently able to see and feel reassured that I was being taken care of and that I was going to be just fine. I also felt that the nurses and doctors were incredibly capable and reassuring during my two day recovery stay. I had help with lactation and other things I needed, and all of the care I received felt like very high quality care.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I was induced and spent 28 hours in labor at the hospital. The birthing suite was comfortable and had birthing ball, peanut ball, squatting bar, etc. The labor and delivery nurses were top-notch, and we felt that we were in great hands the whole time. They made me feel as comfortable as possible and were supportive of waiting to have an epidural until it felt necessary (given the pitocin) and of pushing in a variety of positions. I was able to hold the baby for the golden hour directly after birth, as they did all of the tests, etc with her on my chest, and we were able to try breastfeeding right away. Food was delivered to the suite while I was in labor, though I didn’t try most of it. The recovery room was much less comfortable, as the shared rooms are quite small and pretty warm. (We had asked for a private room, but they are allotted on a first come - first serve basis depending on when your baby is delivered.) Our main baby nurse was wonderful to work with and shared a lot of helpful information. Most of the nurses are trained lactation consultants, and we were also able to see the lactation consultant to help with breastfeeding. We sent the baby to the nursery so we could get some sleep at night, and the nurses brought her back every few hours to breastfeed. We stayed for one night and then were discharged. The food was decent and plentiful.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  The birthing center was amazing, as were my nurses on the delivery floor. The nurses in recovery post-birth were hit or miss. I unfortunately had a horrific experience breastfeeding and was not only given 0 help, but was left to fend for myself in my private room on my last night in the hospital in tears with a crying infant beside me. It was pretty rough for a few hours, but we got through it and went home and had a wonderful 4th trimester and recovery. I later called to complain about the specific nurse whom I mentioned. I think that the center is wonderful, and love that it is a baby-first center, however when you are a first time mother post surgery, the nurses are not there for the mom. They are there for the baby, and this can be very hard coming out of a C-section with no clue how to navigate your first days as a mother.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Best hospital experience. Nurses were all amazing (especially the nurse during my delivery) and could not recommend enough.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  The birthing center at NYU Langone is nice. It's not swanky, but it's nice. No tubs, so no water birth available there. They have flip down couches that my husband truly appreciated and a lot of space.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Great except shared rooms are stressfully tiny
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Excellent. Nurses were terrific, in both delivery and mother-baby unit. Also, my husband was able to stay overnight.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  The staff there was great, both in L&D and postpartum. They also have a variety of equipment, like yoga and peanut balls, to help with labor. Finally, I got the epidural within 15 min of asking for one.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  During the pandemic, were very cautious, but kind and supportive. The labor and delivery nurses were incredible. So sweet and encouraging. Helped me get through 3 hours of pushing. Recovery nurses were also equally amazing, and very concerned with making sure baby and I were okay. Also supportive in trying to help me breastfeed and get some sleep, especially on that second night of cluster feeding.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  During the pandemic, were very cautious, but kind and supportive. The labor and delivery nurses were incredible. So sweet and encouraging. Helped me get through 3 hours of pushing. Recovery nurses were also equally amazing, and very concerned with making sure baby and I were okay. Also supportive in trying to help me breastfeed and get some sleep, especially on that second night of cluster feeding.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  The nurses are the most important part of the hospital experience and ours were uniformly great. They were knowledgeable and caring and I felt well cared for. The only person I interacted with that I didn't love was the head anesthesiologist, but he was only briefly part of my care. Everyone else was generous and patient with my groggy, overwhelmed new-momness. The rooms were, of course, small. We were originally in a shared room with no roommate, but opted for a private room for the second night. Honestly, if I could do it again, I'd probably stay in the shared room and cross my fingers to not get a roommate, as the private room was very small and oddly hot. We didn't walk the halls or have group classes or anything because of Covid and we kept masks nearby to put on whenever someone entered the room (as we were asked to do). Between the mask-wearing, hot room and general claustrophobia of being confined to the room, I was happy to check out 48 after my c-section, but I think that's a pandemic-specific experience. I can say only good things about the care I received and I would absolutely deliver at NYU again. Oh, and the food was quite good, actually.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  The nurses are the most important part of the hospital experience and ours were uniformly great. They were knowledgeable and caring and I felt well cared for. The only person I interacted with that I didn't love was the head anesthesiologist, but he was only briefly part of my care. Everyone else was generous and patient with my groggy, overwhelmed new-momness. The rooms were, of course, small. We were originally in a shared room with no roommate, but opted for a private room for the second night. Honestly, if I could do it again, I'd probably stay in the shared room and cross my fingers to not get a roommate, as the private room was very small and oddly hot. We didn't walk the halls or have group classes or anything because of Covid and we kept masks nearby to put on whenever someone entered the room (as we were asked to do). Between the mask-wearing, hot room and general claustrophobia of being confined to the room, I was happy to check out 48 after my c-section, but I think that's a pandemic-specific experience. I can say only good things about the care I received and I would absolutely deliver at NYU again. Oh, and the food was quite good, actually.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Fantastic place to give birth. Clean, beautiful, and the best labor and delivery nurses. Huge labor and delivery rooms, and if you're lucky enough to get a private room, also comfortable. Also, the food isn't half bad! You feel like you're in a little intimate bubble while there to deliver. My only negative is that I was never visited by a lactation consultant in person, and I wish I had remembered to ask/that this was a mandatory inclusion before our very quick discharge.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  The nurses at the hospital were great and my experience overall was positive. The rooms are small as I imagine most are. The food was great! The lactation consultants were far too busy to really be helpful. I will say that the showers were surprisingly not nice at all. If I delivered there again I wouldn't even attempt a shower.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  The nurses at the hospital were great and my experience overall was positive. The rooms are small as I imagine most are. The food was great! The lactation consultants were far too busy to really be helpful. I will say that the showers were surprisingly not nice at all. If I delivered there again I wouldn't even attempt a shower.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  great.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  NYU Langone was great for delivery. The nurses are amazing and helped me throughout the entire process!
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Excellent experience. I gave birth within the first weeks of the pandemic and was very concerned about being in a hospital and the fact that hospital policies pertaining to partners in the delivery room kept changing at area hospitals. NYU Langone consistently allowed partner or doula support during delivery, and the nurses and staff were incredibly kind and patient. I had two nurses during my delivery, and both were like coaches throughout the whole process.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  NYU Langone's labor and delivery rooms are comfortable and the nurses in L&D are truly incredible. I felt supported and trusted that my health and my baby's were in very capable hands throughout labor. The recovery rooms/nurses, however, leave a lot to be desired. The shared rooms are ridiculously cramped (my husband is 6'3" and could barely fit in the space next to the bed, let alone sleep) and the nurses are minimally attentive. I had to ask multiple times for even basic items and no one seemed concerned that the call button/phone at my bedside didn't work. It was extremely lonely and isolating, during an already scary life transition. The "discharge class" gave a lot of information about the hospital's processes, none of which ended up being accurate. We couldn't get out of there fast enough.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I delivered two children at NYU and had wonderful experiences both times. I chose NYU based on friend recommendations and because your partner can spend the night even if you are in a shared room, which was important for me. Both times I was hoping a private room would be available, but they were all booked. All of the nurses were sweet and helpful for both me and my baby. For my first, I went in for a planned induction because she was a week late and my second was almost two weeks early. Both times checking in and getting settled into a room was smooth and pleasant. Another thing I liked about NYU is that our Pediatrician’s office (Pediatric Associates) is affiliated with NYU, so they had someone from their practice check on the baby while we were still in the hospital, which made the transition to coming home and seeing the pediatrician feel smoother. I have only good things to say about my experience at NYU!
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I delivered two children at NYU and had wonderful experiences both times. I chose NYU based on friend recommendations and because your partner can spend the night even if you are in a shared room, which was important for me. Both times I was hoping a private room would be available, but they were all booked. All of the nurses were sweet and helpful for both me and my baby. For my first, I went in for a planned induction because she was a week late and my second was almost two weeks early. Both times checking in and getting settled into a room was smooth and pleasant. Another thing I liked about NYU is that our Pediatrician’s office (Pediatric Associates) is affiliated with NYU, so they had someone from their practice check on the baby while we were still in the hospital, which made the transition to coming home and seeing the pediatrician feel smoother. I have only good things to say about my experience at NYU!
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I delivered two children at NYU and had wonderful experiences both times. I chose NYU based on friend recommendations and because your partner can spend the night even if you are in a shared room, which was important for me. Both times I was hoping a private room would be available, but they were all booked. All of the nurses were sweet and helpful for both me and my baby. For my first, I went in for a planned induction because she was a week late and my second was almost two weeks early. Both times checking in and getting settled into a room was smooth and pleasant. Another thing I liked about NYU is that our Pediatrician’s office (Pediatric Associates) is affiliated with NYU, so they had someone from their practice check on the baby while we were still in the hospital, which made the transition to coming home and seeing the pediatrician feel smoother. I have only good things to say about my experience at NYU!
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Excellent birth friendly hospital. I wanted to do without an epidural. I had a doula but the delivery nurse there Malka was also awesome. She kept offering new props for new positions and a mirror!
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Excellent birth friendly hospital. I wanted to do without an epidural. I had a doula but the delivery nurse there Malka was also awesome. She kept offering new props for new positions and a mirror!
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Excellent birth friendly hospital. I wanted to do without an epidural. I had a doula but the delivery nurse there Malka was also awesome. She kept offering new props for new positions and a mirror!
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  5 stars. I went from 5 to 10 cm within 90 minutes of arrival and they called all hands on deck to get me into the operating room (baby was breech). Amazing, wonderful, fabulous nurses throughout my entire stay. Good food. No private rooms available my first night but I lucked into having no roommate, then a private room opened up the following day which was totally worth it.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  The nurses were amazing. I had severe postpartum preeclampsia and they released me too early. I had to come back to the hospital about 36 hours after being released to get treatment for it.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Nice & comfortable. Decent food; really nice cafeteria on the first floor. My baby spent some time in the NICU for low blood sugar, and I was impressed by his treatment there. They could do a better job informing people about the resources available to parents with babies in the NICU.
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