Castleview Hospital
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300 NORTH HOSPITAL DRIVE, PRICE, UT 84501 USA

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(435) 637-4800

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Castleview Hospital
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3.1 out of 5 stars

JONATHON FAUVER
JONATHON FAUVER

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Great place! Both my aged parents have been well cared for here. Doctor Thayne and Pressett this time around.

Kay Jorge
Kay Jorge

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Unfortunately you cannot give less than a one star rating. My mom was feeling dizzy to the point of passing out and she was alone one weekend and unable to visit an urgent care because they were closed. She asked at the front how much it would cost to be seen, a ballpark estimate at least because she does not have health insurance or much money. The lady at the front said a couple hundred and a couple hundred more or so to see the dr. My mom had one blood test, and btw, the nurse stabbed her vein several times before getting it right. The dr came in, told her she had diabetes, didnt tell her what kind or what to do about it. He told her to research it on the internet. She imagined she would have to pay around $500 for the services, though minimal. She left and was subsequently billed $1600! For what?! My guess is $100 a pop each time the nurse stabbed her without results.

Jonathon Fauver
Jonathon Fauver

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Update... Back to CV. This time with my dad (85). Pnumonia. Unbelievably excellent care; again!!
Every time I read a complaint about CVH, I wonder how the persons are talking to docs and such or what they are actually expecting?!?
Doc Thayne called in a specialist, on a holiday weekend, when none would be available for lypmh issues, called in radiology to echo his heart, and Dr Pressett came in, on a holiday weekend to do a biopsy sugery; all to help us have answers to what his causing this complex illness. Did I say best care. For us, people who respect others, Dr. Allen in ER got us quickly assessed and admitted. Nurse Lex and others were quick, while being very busy with many other multi-varied "emergencies". Although each and every "person"nel we encountered were very busy caring for all the other very sick people around, they treated us like friends. One lady who cleans ask me if I wanted water, another lady cleaning joked with me about eating my dad's pie... Having lived in Memphis Tennessee and, Chicago Illinois, and had medical care there, CVH is miles above in kind professionalism. The Doctors sit down to talk AND LISTEN when doing rounds, to family members who try to diagnose symptoms.
I honestly would like to see the complainers and how THEY treat and respect others, in their lives and in receiving care.
Being at a hospital is almost always a negative experience; people are very sick or dying. I will never ask my docs to go golfing; I will never attempt to contact any of them, after, to be my friend! I don't care whether or not they asky opinion about their "care". In every instance known to me, and every instance of mine and my families needs, this hospital has successfully improved our physical well-being, above and beyond any expectations I've had. I didn't come here to make a friend, we came here to get excellent care and to heal or repair from serious illnesses. Bedside manner is a bonus; can you save mine or my family or my loved ones or my neighbors lives. Yes! They can, and do hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of time.
I love to see complaints, because it reminds me to report the obvious benefits of having such an excellent facility in a rural community!!

I have had two major surgeries at Castleview Hospital, the staff and surgeons we're top notch, Lyman (full UPP) and Justesen (major shoulder repair). And, my wife has birthed two children here. The care was excellent.
And, my mother (80) has had their great care in a very difficult time.
I am also super impressed with the upgrades to ICU and ER.
And, I'm glad there is level II care facility in our rural area!!

Ariane Tucker
Ariane Tucker

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My mom went in to the ER on Tuesday with severe pain in the upper right side of her stomach. She has been having trouble with her gallbladder for a few weeks. The nurse that tried and I mean tried to give an IV going blew one blood vessel after digging around. Finally she listened to my mom and put it in her hand. This nurse didn't even know how to read the EKG machine. She had to go get someone else to help her. She might be new, but if you are going to work in the ER you probably should know how to save someones life. Let me say the ER doctor Lori Allen's bedside manner, well she doesn't have one. She was rude, inconsiderate and could have cared less about what was going on. After an ultrasound Dr Allen told my mom, "well I don't know whats going on." Really? She is the doctor so she should be able to figure it out. I ended up taking my mom home with no answers on what is going on. Worst hospital I have ever been to. Dr Lori Allen has to be the worst doctor I have ever had contact with.

Mekette Hodges
Mekette Hodges

3 out of 5 stars

posted 11 months ago

Husband is in Icu right now has been for a couple of days and the car he has gotten has been great! Professional, friendly, and caring. But the cafeteria is another story. Love the food they serve but it is no longer open on Sundays not to say it would serve visitors if it was. I work during the day so I was hoping to come and have dinner with my husband at night, bit no they do not serve visitors dinner. Way to make your patients family members feel better and comforted