Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center

"I was in a private room. I woke up in pain soon after surgery and kept pushing my nurse button. No nurse in site for about 5 minutes. Doesn't seem long, but when you are in pain it is. They forgot to tell me I had a pump and finally game me my magic button then. My room was next to some sort of conference room. My final night around 11pm they decided to conference about another patient right outside my door. Other then those things the stay was pretty good! The staff was Excellent! "

Robert Read

"I feel very confident with Dr. Read. I've had my consultation with him and his informational seminar. He looks you right in the eye when he talks to you. At the info seminar he stayed until every last question was answered (the 1.5 hr seminar ended up lasting almost 3 hrs.) I was impressed with his patients and understanding.rnSusan is wonderful! Very helpful. I'm a worry wart and they've been very understanding with my concerns. They defiantly know their stuff.rnAftercare in this program is VERY important to the whole bariatric team. They want to see you often and they want to care for you for the rest of your life.rnrnProgram Requirements:rn35 BMI with a co-morbidity OR 40 BMI with no co-morbidityrnPsychological EvaluationrnOximetry Study and/or Sleep Studyrn5% weight loss while in the programrn2 Information ClassesrnNutrition ConsultrnPatient Coordinator ConsultrnSurgeon Consultrn$750 program fee (can be paid in 3 payments of $250)"
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Fort Leavenworth, KS
Surgery Date
Mar 29, 2007
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