Community Hospital of Huntington Park
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2623 E SLAUSON AVE, HUNTINGTON PARK, CA 90255 USA

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2623 E SLAUSON AVE, HUNTINGTON PARK, CA 90255 USA

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(323) 583-1931

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Consumer feedback about Community Hospital of Huntington Park

Ms. Gutsy Mummy
Ms. Gutsy Mummy

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

My spouse needed stitches for a facial laceration. The check-in desk and form was quick and easy. The wait time not so much, but my spouse was pleased with the treatment. The discharge paper and instructions for aftercare were easy to understand. Friendly staff. Free parking was helpful too. We're thankful for this local hospital.

Josue Martinez
Josue Martinez

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I brought my wife here because is the closes one to us. This is a bad hospital not recommended to no one they don’t care about the patients. Also they take a long time to get to you. Make you wait for hours and tell you oh you’ll be fine. Taking some Tylenol and you’ll be good . F**** this Hospital. Oh yeah the will charge your insurance/medical just for sitting down hours.

Karen Trujillo
Karen Trujillo

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 days ago

Great experience and fast ,stitches my son up fast and so nice and patient with him

Carlos Arredondo
Carlos Arredondo

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 days ago

why Does it take 5 damm hours for someone to take a damm X-ray? Isn’t night time when things supposed to go fast and easily ? Is the hospital understaff or slow? I’ll answer that they are slow :) there is literally like 8 patients not really a busy day for them wonder why they take so long. Even if I’m dying I WILL NOT COME HERE ANYMORE.! FACTS!

Nate Nikon
Nate Nikon

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

Worst experience ever! I live about one-mile from this hospital and I still have nightmares about this place. For starters, I’ve undergone heart surgery to correct Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome in the past. So when my brother (a firefighter) felt the need to rush me to the Community Hospital of Huntington Park, we both knew it was for something serious. I knew without a doubt, I was experiencing an atypical “cardiac episode” and truly felt like my heart was “going to explode”. To paint a better picture, I’ll name some of my symptoms/warning signs I presented:
1) chest pain/pressure
2) shortness of breath/chest tightness
3) radiating numbness - left shoulder/arm
4) cold sweats and dizziness
5) nausea/heartburn/indigestion/dry heaving
6) tightness in neck/dry throat
7) sensitivity to touch

When arrived and parked on the Slauson side of the hospital (side that faces the Main Street/intersection and my brother helped me get out of the car. We walked to the front door and it was locked. At this moment, we believed that it was a shutdown hospital. So I curled up in a ball on the concrete holding my chest and started crying to my brother because I thought I was going to die right there on the spot. My brother gets on the phone with 911 and they show up within 30-seconds of his call—Amazing! Wrong! Because the HPFD/EMT got me onto their gurney and drove approximately 50 FT away to the emergency room entrance. So Yes, my insurance was billed $1000+. When I got in the ER, I could not believe the way the staff treated me; as if I was some druggie/gang-banger because I have a lot of tats from the military. Regardless of my appearance (pajamas—was at 7AM), I was not cared for and the entire medical staffs code of ethics were breached. When my brother, the firefighter, had to run around the halls of the emergency room to try and find someone help me after being admitted. Considering I had the highest triage-priority, I recieved care at a non-existent capacity. There were so many broken processes, breaks in communication, rework, malpractice and neglect that reigned over that entire facility. The only person that was able to do anything for me besides my brother was the insurance/intake guy. He had to call and confirm that they knew I was there. He stated something along the lines of “it’s weird how I haven’t seen anyone in here yet”.. If your own employees talk down on their organization, that should be a red flag. My BP was around 190/115 and it went unaddressed and I was refused treatment or preventative measure to lower it. What is the proper protocol for this situation with a couple variations? I’m still having heart pain and complications ever since that day. I’ll be in this week for my records.

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