Emergency & Trauma Patient Stories

Sandra Cooper

"I also want to give Bronson Battle Creek a huge thank you for all the kind care that I received back in January. You're a wonderful hospital with kind and caring doctors and nurses. Thank you so much!" Read more

Sherry

"I was very pleased and grateful for the speedy, professional, and exceptional care my son received through the ED." Read more

Linda Butters

During my recent ER visit [at Bronson Battle Creek], I was met by and cared for by a most wonderful nurse. Her name was Bonnie. From the moment she met me she took control over my health as well as my mental well-being. I was suffering from asthma problems causes by environmental factors, along with symptoms related to hyperventilation. Bonnie was calm, soothing, pleasant, caring, educational, understanding and very intelligent. She treated me with dignity and helped to keep me focused so I could recover more quickly.

Jonathon Briskie

When she's in the room [at the Bronson Battle Creek Emergency Department], she had great bedside manners. I feel she really cares. She listens to everything I had to say. And was never rude or not polite. She deserves an award for her care and dedication for her patients. She is an amazing nurse who shows extra special care. Thank you! And what a great hospital.


Talia Champlin
After a horseback riding injury, Battle Creek resident Talia Champlin wanted an emergency department that offered short wait times and exceptional medical care.  Without hesitation, she chose the Emergency Department at Bronson Battle Creek and was pleased by the positive experience. 

"Thank you for saving my husband's life!" Read more about this wife's story.


"Kudos to the entire staff at Bronson Methodist Hospital [ER]." Read this patient's story after arriving with abdominal pain.


Andrew Ferrier hit the back of a semi at 70 miles per hour. Ferrier was flown to Bronson’s Level I Trauma Center. For more than three weeks, Ferrier’s family waited and wondered -- would he survive and if he did, how well would his brain function?