Clinic Hospital Jayme da Fonte in Recife

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Recently reopened with an investment of 6 million, the new 24-hour emergency at Jayme da Fonte serves cardiology, medical clinic and traumat-orthopedics specialties. In addition to these services, we provide emergency care in the specialties of general surgery, vascular surgery, neurosurgery and urology.Jayme da Fonte receives the patient in a completely renovated emergency room, with large offices, a red room and all the comfort he needs in his care. Its structure is prepared to provide clinical care, as well as highly complex ones, based on a prior assessment of the patient's degree of risk. Recognized for our hospitality, comfort and welcoming, we offer accommodations designed to a high standard, painted in light tones that provide feelings of harmony and help in the patient's recovery. Jayme da Fonte Hospital has become one of the most modern hospitals in the Northeast, being one of the most invested in technology in the last decade, reaching the status of Hospital Complex. Today, Jayme da Fonte Hospital is a national reference in liver transplantation, in addition to being a highlight in neurological, urological and digestive tract surgeries, contributing significantly to the condition of the State of Pernambuco as a medical center of great prominence in Latin America.

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National Accreditation Organization, Brazil
Prices

Cardiac surgery

  • Angioplasty of the pulmonary artery — ≈ $1,917
  • Atrial septal defect (ASD) repair — ≈ $7,707
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy with defibrillator (CRT-D) — ≈ $9,862
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy with pacemaker (CRT-P) — ≈ $6,303
  • Change of defibrillator — ≈ $2,955
  • Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) — ≈ $7,900
  • Dual chamber pacemaker insertion — ≈ $4,200
  • Heart transplantation — ≈ $14,468
  • Heart tumor surgery — ≈ $6,648
  • Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator implantation (ICD) — $0
  • Insertion of one electrode for implanted pacemaker or defibrillator — ≈ $4,633
  • Insertion of two electrodes for implanted pacemaker or defibrillator — $0
  • Leadless Pacemaker implantation Micra and Nanostim — ≈ $2,228
  • Management of ICD system — ≈ $443
  • Management of pacemaker system — ≈ $266
  • Off-pump coronary artery bypass surgery — ≈ $9,071
  • Open-heart intracardiac foreign body removal — ≈ $6,829
  • Pacemaker replacement — ≈ $1,903
  • Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) open heart surgery in adults — ≈ $3,762
  • Permanent pacemaker implantation — ≈ $3,390
  • Pulmonary artery thromboendarterectomy — ≈ $6,170
  • Redo heart surgery — ≈ $5,344
  • Removal of permanent pacemaker — ≈ $2,424
  • Repair of the ruptured sinuses of Valsalva — ≈ $6,730
  • Septal myectomy — ≈ $8,096
  • Single chamber pacemaker insertion — ≈ $3,744
  • Surgery for tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) in adults — ≈ $5,391
  • Surgical ventricular restoration (SVR) — ≈ $8,382
  • Temporary pacemaker implantation — ≈ $484
  • Ventricular assist device (LVAD, RVAD, BVAD) implantation — $0
  • Ventricular septal defect (VSD) repair — ≈ $9,374

Thoracic surgery

  • Esophageal dilation — ≈ $505
  • Esophageal stenting — ≈ $1,400
  • Esophagocoloplasty — ≈ $1,746

Vascular surgery

  • Angioplasty and stenting of visceral arteries (celiac trunk, superior mesenteric artery) — ≈ $2,110
  • Angioplasty of the arteries of the lower or upper limbs — ≈ $2,272
  • Angioplasty of the brachiocephalic vessels — ≈ $2,024
  • Aortobifemoral stent grafting — ≈ $4,741
  • Aortoiliac allografting — ≈ $7,980
  • Arteriovenous (AV) fistula surgery — ≈ $1,159
  • Arteriovenous (AV) graft surgery — ≈ $2,080
  • Bilateral varicose veins surgery — ≈ $955
  • Carotid and intracerebral thrombolysis — ≈ $8,440
  • Carotid angioplasty and stenting — ≈ $3,787
  • Carotid endarterectomy (CEA) — ≈ $2,722
  • Catheter-directed sclerotherapy (CDS) (Bilateral) — ≈ $546
  • Catheter-directed sclerotherapy (CDS) (Unilateral) — ≈ $297
  • Crossectomy — ≈ $730
  • Crossectomy + Saphenous vein ligation and stripping + Side vein surgery — ≈ $1,145
  • Crossectomy and side vein surgery — ≈ $935
  • Cryosurgery of varicose veins — ≈ $1,742
  • Endoscopic vein harvesting (EVH) for coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG) — ≈ $353
  • Endovascular thrombectomy — ≈ $2,069
  • Endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) for varicose vein (Bilateral) — ≈ $2,289
  • Endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) for varicose vein (Unilateral) — ≈ $1,420
  • Femoral-popliteal bypass graft surgery — ≈ $3,538
  • Foam sclerotherapy (Bilateral) — ≈ $406
  • Foam sclerotherapy (Unilateral) — ≈ $333
  • Hybrid varicose veins treatment (open+endovascular) — $0
  • Internal or external carotid artery embolization — $0
  • Laser treatment for spider veins — ≈ $352
  • Ligation of incompetent perforator veins — ≈ $353
  • Mechanochemical Ablation (MOCA) — ≈ $1,154
  • Peripheral artery angioplasty and stent placement — ≈ $2,743
  • Peripheral artery bypass — ≈ $4,741
  • Phlebectomy (including mini-phleboctomy) — ≈ $859
  • Portocaval anastomosis — $0
  • Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) for varicose veins (Bilateral) — ≈ $1,361
  • Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) for varicose veins (Unilateral) — ≈ $1,182
  • Reconstructive surgery for peripheral artery disease (PAD) — ≈ $2,706
  • Renal artery angioplasty and stenting — ≈ $2,422
  • Renal artery bypass surgery — ≈ $4,936
  • Secondary Cimino arteriovenous anastomosis surgery — ≈ $578
  • Spider vein sclerotherapy — ≈ $207
  • Surgical thrombectomy — ≈ $2,075
  • Unilateral varicose veins surgery — ≈ $922
  • Varicose vein stripping (Unilateral) — ≈ $1,171
  • Varicose veins treatment — ≈ $2,344
  • Venaseal glue therapy of varicose vein (Bilateral) — ≈ $2,705
  • Venaseal glue therapy of varicose vein (Unilateral) — ≈ $1,979

Neurosurgery

  • Aqueductoplasty — $0
  • Arteriovenous malformation (AVM) resection — ≈ $5,120
  • Benign peripheral nerve tumor removal — ≈ $1,465
  • Brachial plexus surgery — ≈ $2,460
  • Brain aneurysm clipping — ≈ $5,497
  • Brain aneurysm repair — ≈ $5,314
  • Brain biopsy — ≈ $1,388
  • Brain shunt surgery — ≈ $3,340
  • Brain tumor embolization — ≈ $6,618
  • Brain tumors surgery — ≈ $5,208
  • Burr hole surgery — ≈ $2,249
  • Cavernous malformation treatment — ≈ $4,802
  • Corpus callosotomy — ≈ $2,810
  • Craniofacial surgery — ≈ $3,057
  • Cranioplasty — ≈ $2,632
  • Craniotomy — ≈ $4,116
  • Decompressive craniectomy — ≈ $4,009
  • Deep brain stimulation (DBS) — ≈ $23,227
  • Elevation of depressed skull fracture — ≈ $3,315
  • Embolization for cerebral arteriovenous malformation (AVM) — ≈ $8,503
  • Endoscopic pituitary surgery — ≈ $4,459
  • Endoscopic septostomy — ≈ $2,870
  • Endoscopic third ventriculostomy (ETV) — ≈ $2,153
  • Endovascular coiling for brain aneurysms — ≈ $8,792
  • Endovascular stenting of cerebral vessels — ≈ $6,249
  • Epidural block — ≈ $273
  • Epidural hematoma treatment — ≈ $1,830
  • External ventricular drain (EVD) placement — ≈ $596
  • Extra-intracranial arterial bypass (EIAB) — ≈ $10,787
  • Extracranial CSF drainage — $0
  • Facet joint injection — ≈ $360
  • Facial nerve repair — ≈ $552
  • Focal resection — ≈ $2,367
  • Functional hemispherectomy — ≈ $4,303
  • Functional neurosurgery — ≈ $3,661
  • Head injury surgery — ≈ $1,146
  • Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) surgical treatment — ≈ $2,259
  • Intracranial hemorrhage treatment — ≈ $3,382
  • Intracranial mechanical thrombectomy — ≈ $5,585
  • Intrathecal pain pump — ≈ $1,469
  • Laser interstitial thermal therapy (LITT) — ≈ $4,640
  • Lumbar puncture — ≈ $237
  • Microvascular decompression (MVD) — ≈ $3,614
  • Multiple subpial transection (MST) — ≈ $4,599
  • Nerve decompression surgery — ≈ $2,050
  • Nerve graft repair — ≈ $2,235
  • Ommaya reservoir placement — ≈ $2,689
  • Pallidotomy — ≈ $6,409
  • Peripheral nerve repair — ≈ $1,824
  • Pipeline embolization procedure — $0
  • Responsive neurostimulation (RNS) insertion — ≈ $7,257
  • Shunt revision — ≈ $2,640
  • Skull base surgery — ≈ $5,455
  • Subarachnoid hemorrhage treatment — ≈ $763
  • Subdural haematoma treatment — ≈ $3,131
  • Surgery for an acoustic neuroma — ≈ $5,008
  • Surgical neurolysis — ≈ $789
  • Temporal lobe resection — ≈ $7,717
  • Traumatic cerebrospinal fluid leaks surgical repair — ≈ $606
  • Vagus nerve stimulator (VNS) implantation — ≈ $1,997

Oncology

  • Abdominoperineal resection (APR) — ≈ $5,010
  • Adrenalectomy — ≈ $3,317
  • Bilateral adnexectomy — ≈ $1,715
  • Cervical lymphadenectomy — ≈ $1,931
  • Cholecystectomy — ≈ $1,445
  • Colon polypectomy — ≈ $209
  • Colorectal endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) — ≈ $927
  • Conization — ≈ $663
  • Cystectomy + Bladder reconstruction — ≈ $4,702
  • Cystoprostatectomy — ≈ $3,789
  • Debulking cytoreductive surgery — ≈ $4,405
  • Distal gastric resection — ≈ $2,517
  • Distal pancreatectomy — ≈ $3,242
  • Duodenectomy — ≈ $1,923
  • Endometriosis surgery — ≈ $1,512
  • Esophagogastrectomy — ≈ $7,945
  • Extended cholecystectomy — ≈ $3,332
  • Floor of mouth cancer resection — ≈ $743
  • Gastric endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) — ≈ $670
  • Hartmann's operation — ≈ $2,448
  • Hemicolectomy — ≈ $3,190
  • Hemiglossectomy — ≈ $1,281
  • Hysteroscopic polypectomy — ≈ $1,287
  • Intersphincteric resection (ISR) — ≈ $2,002
  • Jejunostomy — ≈ $1,531
  • Laparascopic myomectomy — ≈ $1,844
  • Laparoscopic adnexectomy — ≈ $1,303
  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy — ≈ $1,624
  • Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy — ≈ $1,387
  • Laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy (LAVH) — ≈ $1,929
  • Laparoscopy-assisted supracervical hysterectomy (LASH) — ≈ $1,667
  • Laproscopic total gastrectomy — ≈ $3,389
  • Lip resection — ≈ $1,256
  • Liver transplantation — $0
  • Loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP) — ≈ $383
  • Low anterior resection (LAR) — ≈ $2,856
  • Major liver resection — ≈ $4,069
  • Mandibular resection — ≈ $3,645
  • Mandibular resection + Reconstruction — ≈ $3,378
  • Minor liver resection — ≈ $3,145
  • Myomectomy — ≈ $1,172
  • Nephroureterectomy — ≈ $3,070
  • Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR) — ≈ $7,125
  • Omentectomy — ≈ $834
  • Open hysterectomy — ≈ $1,946
  • Oral cancer surgery — ≈ $3,590
  • Orchiectomy — ≈ $1,132
  • Ovarian transposition — ≈ $754
  • Pancreaticoduodenectomy — ≈ $7,214
  • Parotidectomy — ≈ $1,363
  • Partial cystectomy — ≈ $1,460
  • Partial penectomy — ≈ $1,653
  • Partial vulvectomy — ≈ $937
  • Proctocolectomy — ≈ $3,973
  • Proximal gastric resection — ≈ $2,693
  • Radical cystectomy — ≈ $3,767
  • Radical nephrectomy — ≈ $4,397
  • Radical nephrectomy + Inferior vena cava (IVC) thrombectomy — ≈ $3,818
  • Radical prostatectomy — ≈ $642
  • Radical trachelectomy — ≈ $1,910
  • Radical vulvectomy — ≈ $1,819
  • Rectum anterior resection — ≈ $3,072
  • Retroperitoneal tumor resection — ≈ $4,545
  • Salpingectomy — ≈ $1,165
  • Sigmoidectomy — ≈ $2,687
  • Small bowel resection — ≈ $2,853
  • Submandibular gland resection — ≈ $905
  • Subtotal gastrectomy — ≈ $2,951
  • Total colectomy — ≈ $2,946
  • Total esophagectomy — ≈ $5,039
  • Total gastrectomy — ≈ $4,654
  • Total glossectomy — ≈ $1,698
  • Total glossectomy + Reconstruction — $0
  • Total laparoscopic hysterectomy (TLH) — ≈ $1,982
  • Total laparoscopic hysterectomy (TLH) + Bilateral adnexectomy — ≈ $1,849
  • Total pancreatectomy — ≈ $3,351
  • Total parietal peritonectomy — $0
  • Total penectomy — ≈ $1,928
  • Transanal endoscopic microsurgery (TEM) — ≈ $740
  • Transurethral incision of the prostate (TUIP) — ≈ $1,214
  • Transurethral resection of bladder tumor (TURBT) — ≈ $1,333
  • Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) — ≈ $2,072
  • Ureteral cancer surgery — $0
  • Urethral cancer surgery — ≈ $1,109
  • Vaginal hysterectomy — ≈ $2,149
  • Vaginectomy — ≈ $1,139

Spine surgery

  • Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) — ≈ $4,420
  • Anterior lumbar interbody fusion (ALIF) — ≈ $3,216
  • Atlantoaxial fixation — $0
  • Cervical fusion — ≈ $2,289
  • Cervical laminectomy — ≈ $2,512
  • Corpectomy + Spinal stabilisation — ≈ $3,738
  • Device for intervertebral assisted motion (DIAM) — $0
  • Discectomy — ≈ $2,961
  • Foraminotomy — ≈ $2,279
  • Instrumented spine stabilization — ≈ $5,423
  • Interspinous fixation with implant — ≈ $3,543
  • Laminectomy — ≈ $3,314
  • Laminoplasty — ≈ $4,179
  • Lateral access lumbar fusion — $0
  • Lumbar fixation — ≈ $3,649
  • Lumbar laminectomy — ≈ $3,214
  • Lumbosacral plexus surgery — ≈ $4,624
  • Occipitocervical fusion surgery — ≈ $4,649
  • Percutaneous pedicle screw fixation — ≈ $2,077
  • Posterior lumbar interbody fusion (PLIF) — ≈ $3,714
  • Spinal cord herniation surgery — $0
  • Spinal synovial cyst removal — ≈ $119
  • Spine biopsy — ≈ $1,334
  • Spine dynamic stabilization — ≈ $2,998
  • Spine fractures surgical treatment — ≈ $4,366
  • Spine tumor surgery — ≈ $5,100
  • Surgical spine procedures — ≈ $5,702
  • Tailbone removal — $0
  • Thoracic discectomy — ≈ $1,612
  • Thoracic laminectomy — ≈ $2,352
  • Thoracic spine fixation — ≈ $3,597
  • Total en bloc spondylectomy (TES) — ≈ $5,395
  • Transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) — ≈ $6,272

Orthopedic surgery

  • Athletic pubalgia surgery — ≈ $4,405
  • Delayed osteosynthesis — ≈ $4,800
  • External fixation — ≈ $450
  • Intramedullary nailing — ≈ $1,452
  • Joint dislocation reduction — ≈ $1,556
  • Open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) — ≈ $1,433
  • Osteosynthesis — ≈ $1,497
  • Percutaneous pinning — ≈ $661
  • Removal of external fixator — ≈ $314
  • Removal of osteosynthetic material — $0
  • Sternal fracture treatment — ≈ $1,684
  • Surgical treatment of non-unions — ≈ $750

Prices for selected procedures, total
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Cardiac surgery
Price, USD
≈ $1,917
≈ $7,707
≈ $9,862
≈ $6,303
≈ $2,955
≈ $7,900
≈ $4,200
≈ $14,468
≈ $6,648
by request
≈ $4,633
by request
≈ $2,228
≈ $443
≈ $266
≈ $9,071
≈ $6,829
≈ $1,903
≈ $3,762
≈ $3,390
≈ $6,170
≈ $5,344
≈ $2,424
≈ $6,730
≈ $8,096
≈ $3,744
≈ $5,391
≈ $8,382
≈ $484
by request
≈ $9,374
Thoracic surgery
Price, USD
≈ $505
≈ $1,400
≈ $1,746
Vascular surgery
Price, USD
≈ $2,110
≈ $2,272
≈ $2,024
≈ $4,741
≈ $7,980
≈ $1,159
≈ $2,080
≈ $955
≈ $8,440
≈ $3,787
≈ $2,722
≈ $546
≈ $297
≈ $730
≈ $1,145
≈ $935
≈ $1,742
≈ $353
≈ $2,069
≈ $2,289
≈ $1,420
≈ $3,538
≈ $406
≈ $333
by request
by request
≈ $352
≈ $353
≈ $1,154
≈ $2,743
≈ $4,741
≈ $859
by request
≈ $1,361
≈ $1,182
≈ $2,706
≈ $2,422
≈ $4,936
≈ $578
≈ $207
≈ $2,075
≈ $922
≈ $1,171
≈ $2,344
≈ $2,705
≈ $1,979
Neurosurgery
Price, USD
by request
≈ $5,120
≈ $1,465
≈ $2,460
≈ $5,497
≈ $5,314
≈ $1,388
≈ $3,340
≈ $6,618
≈ $5,208
≈ $2,249
≈ $4,802
≈ $2,810
≈ $3,057
≈ $2,632
≈ $4,116
≈ $4,009
≈ $23,227
≈ $3,315
≈ $8,503
≈ $4,459
≈ $2,870
≈ $2,153
≈ $8,792
≈ $6,249
≈ $273
≈ $1,830
≈ $596
≈ $10,787
by request
≈ $360
≈ $552
≈ $2,367
≈ $4,303
≈ $3,661
≈ $1,146
≈ $2,259
≈ $3,382
≈ $5,585
≈ $1,469
≈ $4,640
≈ $237
≈ $3,614
≈ $4,599
≈ $2,050
≈ $2,235
≈ $2,689
≈ $6,409
≈ $1,824
by request
≈ $7,257
≈ $2,640
≈ $5,455
≈ $763
≈ $3,131
≈ $5,008
≈ $789
≈ $7,717
≈ $606
≈ $1,997
Oncology
Price, USD
≈ $5,010
≈ $3,317
≈ $1,715
≈ $1,931
≈ $1,445
≈ $209
≈ $927
≈ $663
≈ $4,702
≈ $3,789
≈ $4,405
≈ $2,517
≈ $3,242
≈ $1,923
≈ $1,512
≈ $7,945
≈ $3,332
≈ $743
≈ $670
≈ $2,448
≈ $3,190
≈ $1,281
≈ $1,287
≈ $2,002
≈ $1,531
≈ $1,844
≈ $1,303
≈ $1,624
≈ $1,387
≈ $1,929
≈ $1,667
≈ $3,389
≈ $1,256
by request
≈ $383
≈ $2,856
≈ $4,069
≈ $3,645
≈ $3,378
≈ $3,145
≈ $1,172
≈ $3,070
≈ $7,125
≈ $834
≈ $1,946
≈ $3,590
≈ $1,132
≈ $754
≈ $7,214
≈ $1,363
≈ $1,460
≈ $1,653
≈ $937
≈ $3,973
≈ $2,693
≈ $3,767
≈ $4,397
≈ $3,818
≈ $642
≈ $1,910
≈ $1,819
≈ $3,072
≈ $4,545
≈ $1,165
≈ $2,687
≈ $2,853
≈ $905
≈ $2,951
≈ $2,946
≈ $5,039
≈ $4,654
≈ $1,698
by request
≈ $1,982
≈ $1,849
≈ $3,351
by request
≈ $1,928
≈ $740
≈ $1,214
≈ $1,333
≈ $2,072
by request
≈ $1,109
≈ $2,149
≈ $1,139
Spine surgery
Price, USD
≈ $4,420
≈ $3,216
by request
≈ $2,289
≈ $2,512
≈ $3,738
by request
≈ $2,961
≈ $2,279
≈ $5,423
≈ $3,543
≈ $3,314
≈ $4,179
by request
≈ $3,649
≈ $3,214
≈ $4,624
≈ $4,649
≈ $2,077
≈ $3,714
by request
≈ $119
≈ $1,334
≈ $2,998
≈ $4,366
≈ $5,100
≈ $5,702
by request
≈ $1,612
≈ $2,352
≈ $3,597
≈ $5,395
≈ $6,272
Orthopedic surgery
Price, USD
≈ $4,405
≈ $4,800
≈ $450
≈ $1,452
≈ $1,556
≈ $1,433
≈ $1,497
≈ $661
≈ $314
by request
≈ $1,684
≈ $750
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Overall rating: 1
October 13, 2023
I went in August this year to accompany my husband for a simple vasectomy surgery. We went with all the documentation and authorization for the procedure and left everything with the receptionist who admitted us to the hospital. After we went up to the room, the doctor who was going to perform the procedure came to talk to us to explain everything and said that the authorization document he needed to attach to it according to the protocol. This document was delivered to reception and the hospital told the doctor that it had been lost. It was an awkward situation, as it was our word against theirs. Until they found it; The doctor said that he would be the first to perform the procedure that had been scheduled for 3pm. In surgeries it is normal to have delays, we know this, but on the day he went down to the surgery at 2:30 pm so everything was going well. As I couldn't follow, I waited in the room to return. It was 4pm, and my husband didn't return, 5pm and nothing. The scrub nurse came back to the room to hand over the receipt and didn't even come in to say anything, she left quickly, 18hrs and nothing, until I started to get worried, as it was a quick procedure. At 7pm I started calling the nurses, who told me to call the block where no one answered, I called the ombudsman, no one answered, I called the operator who was passing my call to the block who returned the call to her. Until I called someone from the administration and reported the whole situation and only this person, who stayed with me until the end, cared about the situation and instead of calling, he radioed another nurse who gave me news about my husband who was returning to the hospital. room. How distressing all of this was and the lack of humanity these employees had in caring about my concern was out of the ordinary. After that, already in the room, his dinner came and we waited for a nurse to show up because the doctor didn't come back to discharge him. We stayed until 10 pm waiting for discharge. In one of the calls to the nursing team, the nurse named Esmeraldina, super rude and unethical, answered the call and didn't let me explain what I needed, she hung up the phone and told me to wait while the nurse responsible for my husband's room would arrive. there so I could say what I needed. The nurse, who was calm and polite, gave medication and left, she had to wait for the serum to finish as well. When the serum ran out, I called again and spoke to Esmeraldina and asked about his discharge. The completely disoriented nurse on the case said that he would not be discharged that day, that discharges only continue in the morning. That was when I said that it had been a Vacectomy procedure and she took the time to look at his file and say that in fact the discharge was prescribed but that it would only be at 10 pm. We had to be in the hospital for half a day for hospitalization, as a companion I was not entitled to food unless I was buying it. However, there was so much distress, lack of information that even going out to buy food I stopped myself, as my husband could arrive at any moment. So I stayed until the moment he was discharged without eating since the beginning of that day, just with the breakfast I made before leaving home. I am writing this report to narrate the way we were treated in this renowned hospital where the professionals were negligent from beginning to end. Of course, some were friendly, polite and helpful. But we are talking about surgery, as simple as it is, it made me feel anguish and afraid of what was happening during everything I experienced inside. And I never hope to go back there again.
Overall rating: 1
November 07, 2023
I went to accompany my wife to emergency care, and unfortunately the service from the night shift team was very poor. 1. My wife's blood test, requested at 5:45 pm, was only noticed by the attendant at 8:50 pm, because my wife drew attention to the delay, and to my surprise and frustration, the attendant said that due to a lack of internal communication the The exam was already ready in the system and she didn't notice, that is, if my wife remained silent and waited, we would leave much later. 2. After being “discharged” by the doctor, we waited for someone to come and remove the catheter, but what happened? My wife had to go again to draw attention to the delay in service, and the worst part is that an attendant who was at the computer was amused by the other members of the team on duty, smiling at the situation. 3. The nurse appears to be upset that my wife demands more kindness and agility in order to go home, after all, we had already been there for more than 5 hours counting from the beginning of the service until the time of these discouraging circumstances, he refused to remove the catheter her, then a notoriously inexperienced doctor who performed this procedure. This occurred on Monday, November 6, 2023, at Jayme da Fonte hospital, R. das Pernambucanas, 107 – Graças, Recife – PE, 52011-010, night team (7:00 pm). much later.
Overall rating: 1
November 16, 2023
Hospital and team of muquiranas, they are truly starving. My wife was starving from 4 pm until 8 pm, due to mistakes made by the planting team. There is a very arrogant and arrogant nurse there.
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