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As far as hospitals go, this one is pretty good. Nurses are great, doctors are good, and the rooms are good (movie selection helps get your mind off things). Also, the hospital WiFi is excellent. ER is slow, but not much worse than other hospitals
I am very happy with this hospital. I was in twice this week. Once for me and once for my son and both times they got us in super quick. Every staff member from the front staff, the nurses and the doctors were so friendly, helpful and patient. It really makes a difference when you’re treated with such kindness and they knew exactly how to help to calm my son down. We appreciate it!
Had to be admitted into the ICU for sometime and a lot of the staff were rude and unprofessional. They seemed bothered by my questions and quick to leave the room. Made the environment very uncomfortable, there were some nurses who were kind but besides that I won’t be back to this hospital.
Buyer beware, like many people out there I have a high deductible plan. I had a procedure at Chandler regional hospital in October 2017. $6500 deductible met but I get another bill from the anesthesia group that is used by the hospital and they are not a network provider. The hospital is in network and the cardiologist is in network but the guy that gives me the drugs and sedated me is not. So I have been balanced billed for the additional $2036 dollars of the $6000 billed not covered by my insurance for the out of network provider I met as he was sedating me in the cath lab. Guy didn’t even come to the bedside before the procedure to take health history etc. my deductible was 6500 not 8536. Thanks Chandler Regional and Chandler anesthesia consultants.
It’s an okay hospital, until it’s not. Misdiagnosed. Unnecessarily given an array of meds I did not need. Questions unanswered by nurses. All in one stay. My honest advice, have someone go with you and serve as your advocate. Question what the staff are doing or giving you. Don’t be like me and question everything about your care.