by a recent patient , 02/06/2014
Not again my friend, once was enough.
by Jim L , 01/17/2013
Well, what can I say? I was born here almost 70 years ago; through I don't remember the experience. A few years later, I had my tonsils removed, this I remember. I hated it from the time my mom got me there to the sticking of my finger with a sharp pointed metal stick, it really hurt, for blood, to the way the doctor and nurses held me down while another doctor put a mask over my mouth and told me that I was going to see Mickey Mouse. There was no Mickey Mouse, they just flat out lied to a little kid. I hated the place. And when I woke up, they wanted me to eat ice cream. I told them my throat hurt and I wasn't going to eat any ice cream. So if you want to be born there, I guess it would be alright, but don't have your tonsils out there, because there's no Mickey Mouse inside that mask, you just fall asleep and wake up with a hurting throat.