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    NY Presbyterian (Methodist) in Park Slope
    NY Presbyterian (Methodist) in Park Slope
    Street:
    263 7th Ave
    City:
    Brooklyn
    Phone:
    (718) 246-8561
    Neighborhood:
    Park Slope

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 05-Apr-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2021 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I ended up needing a C-Section and was referred to the OB on call. She did an incredible job, because I was able to walk that same day, didn't even need all my pain medication. Anesthesiologists were great. Nursing staff very friendly but committed to doing things their way, I had to push sometimes to get what I wanted. Very professional and thorough. If you want to get your placenta, you will need to go through the path lab, and getting in touch with the path lab during covid during the holidays was such a nightmare! But overall I was really happy to be in the neighborhood for the delivery. and it's a GREAT NICU.
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    On 04-Apr-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2021 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Wonderful care throughout delivery and post-delivery. All of the providers were attentive, kind, and warm.
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    On 04-Apr-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2021 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Labor and delivery unit was great! The Mother Baby unit was horrifying. I felt unsupported by the staff, which made my experience very overwhelming. The nurses barely checked in on me, when I would ask for water and essentials (I.e, diapers, baby clothing) no one would bring it. Several times I was extremely thirsty and despite buzzing for help no one attended me. Also, no one came to clean the room. I had to wander in the hallway to find someone and ask to have my bed linens changed. Discharge took a lot longer than it should have, and it wasn’t until I contacted the nurse manager that my discharge nurse put in the discharge. I should have been discharged in the morning and I was sitting around - exhausted, traumatized and sleep deprived, waiting until 5 pm. I would not recommend it at all.
    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 07-Feb-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  L&D was fantastic. The nurses were outstanding. Maternity left a lot to be desired.
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    On 07-Feb-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  wonderful, caring, knowledgeable nursing staff, both L&D and postpartum
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    On 07-Feb-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Positive experience, staff was nice and accommodating. Easy to get a private room postpartum. Food isn’t as bad as people say it is just make sure to choose what you want from the menu. Lactation consultants and nurses were very helpful in the first few days after birth.
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    On 07-Feb-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Labor and delivery was great. The labor room was very big. The staff was friendly and helpful. Allowed me to have a doula and my husband there. No tubs but there is a shower and birthing ball. Recovery room was 350$ per night for a private room which I thought was expensive but very worth it. That room was small and the staff was hit or miss. Some were helpful and some were cranky. Took a long time to be discharged. They do have a nursery if you need your rest.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 27-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I met with two lactation consultants. The LC at the hospital visited a couple times, but I can't remember her name! She was helpful in that she actually got my baby to latch a couple times - he was a little premature and really sleepy, so he wasn't staying awake long enough to latch/feed. I appreciated the help as a new mom, but then she also pressured me to give my baby a bottle of formula so that he wouldn't be dehydrated. I was pumping colostrum and feeding it to my baby with a spoon, but she said it wasn't enough. Here's the thing though - if a newborn does latch, there is no way of knowing if that baby got 5 oz or 15 oz of colostrum. My baby was getting wet and dirty diapers, so looking back, I think he was probably getting enough without needing formula. But no one wants their baby to be hungry or dehydrated, so I agreed to let the LC give him formula on day 2. He ate it too quickly and then projectile vomited all over the LC/floor... She should know how to pace a bottle, and I wish I had asked to speak with my midwife or a doctor first to get their opinion on whether formula was really necessary or not.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 27-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Overall great experience, and if I have a second baby I plan on giving birth here again so I think that's a good endorsement! Birth room was really spacious, I felt like I was looked after well but also wasn't overwhelmed with people being in my room who didn't need to be there. I asked for an epidural around 5am, and the doctor came within 10 minutes (have heard of other people having to wait 45 minutes, which feels like an eternity). The labor & delivery nurses were notably better than postpartum care, though. I had a private room which was nice, and nurses postpartum were ok but just not great.. Had some issues around communication, had to wait awhile to get stuff, that kind of thing.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 27-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I did not like getting ultrasounds at Methodist again. They over schedule and provided guidance that was inconsistent with my doc - rather than advising me to speak with my doc.I liked delivering at Methodist a lot (good nursing care, space, very efficient) and was happy with postpartum care. I will say that their lactation consultant was incredibly unhelpful - she said “you’ve done this before! I’m sure you’ll figure it out.” That was the one miss.
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    On 15-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Fair. Had a great experience with an OB who helped insert a foley balloon. Great surgeon for the c-section. Some good nurses. One really insensitive nurse's aide who sort of shamed me for the c-section.
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    On 15-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Pros: The staff and surgeons are top notch. The hospital was clean and modern, and the nurses in the mother-baby unit are fantastic. They are very attentive and very focused on both mom and baby, with tons of helpful knowledge. Lactation consultants visited us twice to make sure breastfeeding was going well.Cons: The food is terrible, so be sure to have your support person bring that in while you are in recovery. They also have a basic chair for your support person in the mother baby unit.. awful situation for them while staying the night to help you (which you will need).
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 11-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  L&D was fantastic - large rooms and wonderful staff. Postpartum, not so much. The staff were still lovely, but it's nearly impossible to get any rest or recovery with all the noise. People are constantly coming in and out, lots of beeping machines, and super bright lights.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 09-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Labor/delivery were amazing. The room and bathroom were massive, nurses were gentle and informative. Postnatal care was not great. Some nurses were amazing, others were not (pinched my nipples without asking permission, kept telling me pain wasn’t normal with breastfeeding but gave very inconsistent advice on how to do it, kept forgetting my pain medication even when reminded, gave me long speeches about how baby boys are terrible breast feeders and I’ll just have to deal with the excruciating pain - not helpful). Lactation consultants weren’t available since we delivered on a long weekend - LCs are so important and we really needed one in those first few days. Our room had cockroaches. Shared rooms’ bathroom is near the door, so privacy impossible. I couldn’t wait to get out of there!
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 09-Nov-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I had a positive experience, both birthing and recovery. Nurses were helpful.
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    On 16-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I gave birth shortly after nurses in the NYP hospital system threatened to go on strike over staffing ratios, and I have to agree that they did not have enough nurses on the floor, especially in the mother-baby unit. The nurses were competent and kind; there just weren't enough of them and my husband and I often felt a bit stranded. Also, everyone who examined my son or attempted to help with breastfeeding failed to notice that he had a tie extending to the tip of his tongue and he really struggled to latch. If we hadn't started supplementing with formula the night we came home from the hospital we would have been in dangerous territory. I felt like the ball was seriously dropped by the pediatric team and the lactation consultant, even though we constantly expressed concern that he wasn't eating.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 13-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Wonderful experience here! All staff were caring, professional, attentive. And so nice to be so close to home.
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    On 13-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I delivered 2 days before New York shut down in March to slow the spread of Covid-19. The post-partum floor was eerily quiet. They seemed a little short-staffed at the time as well, but this also might have been due to the pandemic.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  My labor and delivery went relatively uneventful. They were very responsive and since my water broke at home and I came in 6 hours later per the advice of my midwife, I could be admitted immediately and was given an epidural when I was offered. I had too many people in my room (my husband's family was probably a little too enthusiastic and nosey) during my labor and delivery stay and only one nurse got on my case about it, otherwise, everyone was wonderful.My stay afterward was a little more difficult. We did end up getting a solo room which was nice. You really should tour the hospital beforehand, but know that these rooms are small. My husband did not stay overnight with us even though one of the visitor chairs can be opened up to create a "bed". During my pregnancy, I ran really hot. Unfortunately, that symptom didn't go away immediately after giving birth. My recovery room did not have working air conditioning and my window could not be opened. I had complained often but was told that it couldn't be fixed right away.I wasn't hungry for my stay at the hospital (and for a few weeks after giving birth) so I don't have much to say about the food. If you don't end up wanting the food, they have a small kitchen available that you can waddle to, but you can't bring the baby with you past a certain point which seems not well thought out since the nurses expect you to retrieve your own water??The lactation class left a lot to be desired. They hold an introductory class every day around 10 am. It seemed to me that it was a very Breastfeeding 101 class and was not hands-on. The lactation consults do not come to your rooms unless there is a big problem. What that big problem would be, I wouldn't know. Even though the nurses who came to see me assured me that my daughter was latching properly when I got home, I realized that that was not the case at all. My daughter ended up losing too much weight after birth and wasn't actually latching to my breast. It wasn't until I had multiple appointments with a virtual lactation consultant provided through my health insurance that I was able to work through our issues and create a great breastfeeding relationship. I am still breastfeeding at 14 months, so it is possible to get over those initial speed bumps if breastfeeding is something you really want to do!
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Residents were a little disorganized when I arrived - had different options on if I should stay or go. Advocate for yourself! I asked them to get the attendings input. They reached out to the head of the department (Dr. Lederman). I ended up staying and it was very smooth from there. Also, I asked for the attending to do my epidural. He did a great job. As in any medical setting, ask questions and advocate for yourself. Nurses were wonderful. I paid for the private room - so worth it and at $350/night, much cheaper than the Manhattan hospitals. I also really liked the food during my stay and all the goodies (undies, pads, etc) that they sent me home with. If we have a #2 we will gladly deliver at Methodist again.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  My experiences at Methodist is that I’ve always had wonderful exchanges with their staff - warm and caring. I think the communication between them could improve which would reflect in the continuity of care between shifts and providers/staff. The food isn’t great...but the surrounding area around the hospital has great options that can be ordered or fetched.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  It’s fine. The private rooms are affordable and the actual birthing experience was quick and easy for me. (I was 10 cm when I arrived...) My ambivalence stems from the three-day stay after I gave birth. Dozens (and I do mean dozens) of people came by daily, from newborn photographers to social workers to administration “just checking in” and they all knock and then just walk right in. There were so many interruptions and I wasn’t getting any rest. I literally didn’t get more than two consecutive hours of sleep in three days. My husband finally made a “do not disturb” sign so only medically necessary interruptions were allowed. I don’t know how / if this has changed in a COVID world but oh man, it was rough. I’d advise bring your own DND sign and have your partner strictly enforce it.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  They were excellent! Very kind and helpful nurses and very encouraging of breastfeeding, yet not up tight about it. They consistently communicated confidence in me as a mother which helped me a lot as a first time mom.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I was in a private room during the height of COVID when no partners were allowed post partum, which was really hard, especially since I had a c- section and couldn't do anything for myself. Whenever there was a real concern, the nurses were very responsive, but at other times it took a long time to get assistance. I'm sure that's because everyone was without partners and the nurses were swamped, but it was frustrating considering you're alone with a newborn post-surgery. That being said, the room was nice, they gave you lots of free baby-care stuff to take home and the location was very convenient.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  We arrived at NYP Brooklyn Methodist around 5AM and were quickly triaged and placed into a private labor and delivery room. The nursing staff was attentive without being obtrusive and the room was in good, clean condition. A physician from the Guirguis Group, Jill Skoczylas, arrived around 7AM and was calm, supportive, and encouraging. Additionally, Methodist now provides free doulas on the labor floor. We were lucky enough to give birth on a day when Lisa was working and she was phenomenal. Not only was she supportive during the birthing process, she checked up on his the following day and 7 weeks later we continue to text with her. Lisa was also happy to take photos during the labor and we have great snapshots of all of the highlights.We were moved to the mother/baby unit a few hours after giving birth. We thought that the mother/baby room was not in as great condition as the labor room and could have used some sprucing up and wasn't as clean as we would have liked. Overall, the nursing team on the unit was very helpful and we were able to see a great lactation consultant, Pattie, twice during our approximately 30 hour stay.If we have another child, we would be happy to deliver at Methodist again.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Really wonderful!
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Great!
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Had my own large room to deliver. The nurses were incredible and we had an extremely positive experience.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  The hospital staff was very nice and welcoming. We had some of the nicest nurses come and check on us. It was also really nice that they had a lactation consultant hosting daily classes. I felt like everyone took very good care of us. My only complaint is that sometimes when ringing the assistance bell it took the nurses a little bit for them to come by.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Though I was led to believe I would be under the care of the midwives, it was a very standard hospital experience. I mostly hated it. I wish I had opted for a birthing center or a home birth. Very traditional not-patient-friendly care (i.e. being woken for tests in the middle of the night when same test could have been done in the morning) The room where I gave birth was uncomfortable, dirty, and freezing. The $350 private room was *so* tiny. The nurses were a mixed bag, some great, some not so great.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Brooklyn Methodist Hospital is not fancy by any means, but I had an overall positive birth experience there. I chose this hospital because that is where the Park Slope Midwives work and it's close to where I live. Going through triage alone (due to covid-19 rules) was not fun as the nurses there were business-like and not very warm, but once I was in my delivery room, my husband and doula were able to join me. The midwives and nurses there were great and helpful. After delivery, my husband and I got a private room. We were lucky that we got the one private room that had two beds so my husband was able to sleep in the extra bed. The nurses here were more brusque (depended on the nurse on shift) but overall they were helpful. A number of lactation consultants came by which was very helpful.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  We had a great experience at Methodist. The nurses were so caring and compassionate - both the labor and delivery nurse and the nurses on the floor. They asked right away if I had a birth plan, which they reviewed with me and my nurse made sure it was honored. They had wireless monitoring, which helped a lot with being able to be up and moving. The rooms were clean. Each birth room had it's own birth balls, peanuts, and showers. The process in getting a private room was not very complicated and worth the money if it's something that fits in your budget.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  The labor/birth experience was the best part of my stay at the hospital. We were given plenty of space and time alone, and during the birth it was just my OB and another woman (a nurse?), and my husband. We were able to get a private room, which I was really happy about, but the 2 nights we were there were exhausting.You are never left alone for more than maybe 1-2 hours at most. Someone was constantly coming in to empty the trash, clean the floor, bring in/take out food, take your vitals, etc. All day and all.night.long. I know some of this is medically necessary, but I broke down crying the second day out of exhaustion asking if they could please just leave me alone so I could sleep. Then later a woman came in selling newborn photography - it was very frustrating.At the same time, it was lacking in just help regarding the basics. The first night, my husband slept in a chair because they didn't even show us that it folded out into a bed. We had to ask where the diapers and blankets were for our baby, no one pointed out where anything was to us. I asked for ibuprofen several times before it came. I also wanted nothing more than to take a shower, and they said I couldn't until they removed the IV insertion things from my hand. I asked many times over 2 days and they kept resisting it, saying they'd rather have that inserted still in case they need it. We never needed it.There was a clinic and lots of literature on breastfeeding, and the lactation consultant came around, but that was also somewhat frustrating in I felt she kind of gave up after we had trouble latching my baby. They left me with a paper cup and a couple plastic spoons for me to express milk, and didn't allow the option of bottles or even pacifiers.All that is to say, the stay was kind of exhausting with people coming in and out of the room and yet somehow at the same time, you don't get basic attention you actually need. It was fine, we were well looked after in the important ways, but I was really really glad once we could go home.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Labor and delivery was great, surgery was great, triage and recovery were abyssmal
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Pretty great experience overall. Private room was big, clean. Nurses were helpful. They know what they’re doing.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I had a good experience here even with rapidly changing policies due to covid. There were times when policies changed during our stay and different staff members weren’t yet on the same page which was a little challenging but I attribute that more to the circumstances of the times more so than the hospital. One area that was frustrating for me was support for breastfeeding and policies around formula feeding. I was overwhelmed by the number of different people with different guidance that visited me during my three day stay. We ended up needing to supplement for my daughter and the “baby friendly” policy, which is really “breast friendly” dictates that they won’t bring formula for a feeding until you are doing that feeding and they really don’t want to send you home with any samples. This meant that we were scrambling to find formula immediately after arriving home with our newborn. They made feeding a more stressful experience than it already was and more than it needed to be.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Hospital was fine, although they could have been more attentive during the post birth stay. I gave birth right before the evening shift change, and when I got to the room, I had one quick conversation with a nurse, and then didn’t get another conversation until the morning. This was in addition to a very loud roommate who came in a couple of hours after me (obviously not the hospitals fault), but there were doctors and nurses with her all night, yet no one checked in on me.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  All in all a good experience. My Labor progressed quickly and my OB barely made it in time. The midwife on call basically delivered me and I loved her (park slope midwives). We opted for a private room, but my husbands bed was broken and he wasn’t overly happy to be paying for a broken bed. Food was terrible. Bring your own.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  We were impressed with the hospital and birthing center. The nurses were wonderful and we felt like we learned so much from them and they took good care of me (c-section and first baby). My impression from the tour was that they are quite modern and quite flexible on how they let you handle your labor experience, although I had a c-section so can't personally speak to it. We paid for a private room and it was worth it.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  As I mentioned in my OB-GYN review, I transferred to the hospital via Uber ~42 hours into my 55 hour later, & was able to deliver my posterior baby vaginally. Our midwife gave report directly to the admitting midwife there, so we didn't have to go through emergency room triage. The L&D nurses & physicians were great, supportive, & respectful. On the postpartum floor 2 of my 3 nurses were great, 1 was meh but not too bad (I am a nurse too), and the docs were fine. We did have a shared room which was not ideal but fine. Food was good enough (I was vomiting during most of my labor so didn't quite have my appetite back anyways). Lactation support from the nurses & LC were good. Ultimately we weren't expecting to need to transfer from home so I hadn't done a ton of research on hospitals, but I'm very happy with my birthing experience at Methodist. I was extremely disappointed in NYPresbyterian's decision to ban birthing partners & support persons a month later, but that seemed to come from Columbia higher-ups rather than Methodist.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I have no complaints. We were able to get a private room and all of the nurses were very nice.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I had a positive experience overall. The nurses were attentive and knowledgeable. I was able to get a private room easily, which was important to me. This was pre-covid
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Very good.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  L&D rooms and nurses were great. Postpartum rooms were less nice and (perhaps due to covid stretching staff thin) postpartum process and nurses were less pleasant, less knowledgable, and less attentive. Also, food was awful!
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Overall really good - we opted for a private room which was really nice and provided a quiet bonding space for us as a new family. The nurses were incredible and very caring/attentive.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  No complaints. Single room rate is much more reasonable than any of the hospitals I've heard about in Manhattan. Accommodating and nice staff. My first birth was supposed to be at a hospital in Manhattan, but I wasn't going to make it. Literally walked in to the natal care area about to give birth (and I did, 15 minutes later). I gave birth to my second baby there too - planned of course. Now that NY Presbyterian has taken over, there have been some upgrades.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  Very good
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I delivered both of my babies at Methodist ( Pre-COVID) . The only negative was that it felt like I was in the triage area for a long time (an hour +) before being put in a delivery room. It felt like that the nurses only checked in sporadically and we were sort of clueless at what was supposed to be happening without much assurance from the staff. All of the nurses during delivery and after were helpful and caring.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  I would go there again to give birth. Had unmedicated, vaginal birth, supported by nursing and OB hospital staff.
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    On 12-Aug-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey
    Comment:  It’s not pretty but the nursing staff were great - I still credit my positive breast feeding experience to the amazing nurse I had in the mother baby unit. We were lucky and got a private room (costs extra) and we were only there ~36 hours
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