Stitches! I am not a person to run to er all the time but being in severe pain ag...ain after just being there a little over 2 weeks ago ! I ask the receptioni
She thought it would be all she would say was all rooms are full ! We're doing the best we can , really , in 4 hours I seen 2 two patients go back , but I did see a deputy and security roaming a lot !!! The deputy had ankle chains carry them around , would that have something to do with the long
I have to say it's totally ridiculous
Without being treated ! Enough is Enough
Waiting to see if I receive a bill !
I, myself, delivered my now 14 month old at Fauquier Health and was treated with outstandin
Fauquier Hospital is a beautiful facility with fantastic health care providers and staff that make you feel comfortabl
I just spent 5 nights and 6 days of hell in that hospital. The only thing they are good for mris and xrays.
I had 1 nurse (Paul) 2 techs (liza and Jessic...a) that were nice and understand
I had the young nurse (Meagan) who kept rolling her eyes at me everytime I told her I was in pain and if she can ask the dr to change the pain meds. I even apologized
I had Drs that ignored my plea to change my pain meds from dilaudid to something else and all they offered me was morphine which I tried to explain to them that my body doesn't get any pain relief from morphine or any of its family which in my case is dilaudid hence that's the reason I had no pain relief for the 5 nights of my stay there but not one of the 4 Drs actually listened to me or offered any other type of pain relief.
Ive been having anxiety and waking up in sweat from the trauma of staying in your hospital for 5 excruciati
-Side Effects Inc.
Great care! I would recommend Fauqier Hospital to anyone.
Preventing heart disease means making smart choices today that can pay off for the rest of your life – like eating a healthy diet, staying physically active and knowing your blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Talk to your doctor about the best ways to maintain your heart health. If you need a primary care or heart doctor, call 540-316-3588, and we’ll get you connected to quality care that’s close to home. #HeartMonth #HeartHealthy #HeartSmart
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Applications for Fauquier Hospital's super popular summer medical camp may be found at www.fauquierhealth.org/medical_camp. Students 14-18 are welcome to apply for one of three level 1 camps or two level 2 camps. The deadline is March 10.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Did you know that February 14 is also National Donor Day? Registering to become an organ, eye, tissue, marrow, platelet and/or blood donor is a great way to show love and help make your community healthier. Learn more about becoming a donor at www.organdonor.gov. #NationalDonorDay #ValentinesDay #Love
Fauquier Health employees supplied 6,338 servings of food to the local food bank during the recent Souper Bowl -- 955 pounds of food! Case Management was the winning department, donating 212 servings per employee.
Health screenings and heart attack education are scheduled for Tuesday, February 13 and Thursday, February 22, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in the Bistro. These coincide with the hospital's Senior Supper Club. Fauquier Hospital’s Senior Supper Club, held every Tuesday and Thursday, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in the Bistro on the Hill restaurant at the hospital. The Senior Supper Club offers delicious, multi-course meals for those older than 55, at a discounted price.
As part of Heart Month recognitions, Dr. Joseph David, internal medicine physician at Piedmont Internal Medicine will present a lecture on Heart Healthy Nutrition. The event will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, February 20, in the Sycamore Room at Fauquier Hospital.
Fauquier Health is holding a fundraiser to support Noah Leigh, a fifth-grader who is battling cancer. Below you'll see the Patient Accounts Department, "wearing green for Noah." Here are some details about Noah and his family: http://www.fauquier.com/…/article_a2cd6a64-011c-11e8-bb5e-a…
A Red Cross Blood Drive is scheduled for Monday, February 12, in Fauquier Hospital's Sycamore Room. Walk-ins are most welcome, but you can make an appointment at www.redcrossblood.org. (Click on "Find a Blood Drive." https://southsidedaily.com/…/red-cross-blood-shortage-now-…/