My wife and I have been ther for numerous conditions and have always been treated with respect. My wife was having a Bi-Polar episode and was very nervous and outwardly shaky. The nurses immediately brought her back to a private exam room so that she would not have to wait in the patient waiting area with others, which would not only have been awkward, but embarrasing. I went in for a migraine headache and was sent to a darkened exam room, was seen by the nurse within 10 minutes and the Dr. a few minutes later. They gave me medication for the headache and the nausea. They then followed up with a phone call to our home to check on our progress.\r
They have a wonderful staff and the waiting period in the E.R. is very short, unlike Methodist E.R. or especially University Hosp. Whoever wrote the nasty comment, and I say this without knowing him, probably has a nasty outlook on life period. Good work N.E. Baptist!
Pros: Courteous staff, fast response
Cons: They do come in and ask for billing info while in E.R.