This hospital honestly seems to be built from the bottom of the pile regarding doctors, nurses and staff. My mom was in there 10 years ago and she had a heart virus and they even called in an exotic diseases specialist and couldn't diagnose her. The pompous dork who was her respiratory specialist said she was on an antibiotic. She knew she wasn't, I went and looked at her chart and there was no antibiotic listed. There was another medication she was supposedly on that also was not listed, so if she was actually SUPPOSED to be getting them she wasn't. When she asked what the xrays might indicate he said "Probably lung cancer" just like that because she was a smoker, but the x-rays were seen later by another doctor who said no way they were indicative of cancer. Her respiratory therapist signed off on a treatment when she was not only not in her room but on another floor. When we told the doctor he said she probably just forgot she'd had it! Then when we said "Come on, you don't forget huffing medication for 15 minutes at a time", he said the therapist could get fired for that. Ya think?! When she described the hospitalization, symptoms and results of x-rays etc to her GP several years later he said "Oh, you had a heart virus" just like that, but six St John's doctors couldn't figure it out. They just treated symptoms until she got better, and billed her insurance $20,000.