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| map-marker Carrollton, Georgia

Terrible experience

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T1st off most of the doctors arent employed by Tanner but are independent contractors which means its in their best interest to turn numbers through the door not healing people. Our daughter was terribly sick to her stomach upon the 1st visit the doctor did no test, didnt even check for soreness / tenderness in her stomach wouldnt do any imaging simply sent her home with nausea meds. The problem got worse on the 2nd visit ( different location) doctor made no real attempt to find root cause refused to do ultra sound imaging to check gallbladder even several symptoms indicated this was the problem sent her home with nausea meds ( werent helping ) and told us to follow up with G I specialist soonest appointment was 7 days later keep in mind my daughter couldnt eat and was struggling to drink fluids. 3rd visit finally did an ultra sound which yielded no explanation the doctor wouldnt order a C T scan to do a more in depth scan for the source of the problem offered no other ideas / suggestions/ test to find source of problem just more take nausea meds that dont work even taking 2 different types my daughter was still getting sick and even the nurse said I dont know why they arent doing C T scan. Remember more test = more time fewer people through the door even heard one person brag about how many people went through E R that day. 4th visit I demanded the C T scan be done which yielded no results and again no suggestions / ideas / test to find source of problem except take nausea meds follow up with G I doctor by this time my daughter was weak , light headed and miserable no way she cant wait 7 - 12 days for relief. One nurse said we could double up on nausea meds with no problem then another told not to that it could cause heart problems and be dangerous. We wanted our daughter admitted for further testing / observation we were told she didnt meet the criteria to be admitted ( 7 days worth of severe nausea , some vomiting , dehydration , fatigue werent enough) apparently common sense / compassion arent part of the criteria because they used none of either one !!! They try to heard people through like cattle not heal people in need
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Preferred solution: Nothing

User's recommendation: Do not go to a Tanner hospital for any reason

Ricky E Yjy
map-marker Villa Rica, Georgia

ER turned me away while having a stroke.

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on November 2nd 2017. I was turned away from Tanner hospital as I was having a massive stroke. despite pleas for my mother that did not run MRI scans. I had insurance but they kept asking for it. I woke up 10 days later at Emory University. Tanner also try to hide those records from me. Tanner also try to physically block me from getting missing documents. now I have three different records from that same night each in conflict with each other.
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Reason of review:
Poor customer service

Preferred solution: I've tried resolving. Court or news attention.

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