Community Regional Medical Center

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2823 FRESNO STREET, FRESNO, CA 93721 USA

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(559) 459-6000
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2823 FRESNO STREET, FRESNO, CA 93721 USA

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Christian Pimentel
Christian Pimentel

3 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Sadly the doctors here don't care at all, and make profits off their patients not helping at all, well at least my father and some other poor patients. I remember on the first of July and my father was ill, we went to this hospital and they said he had cancer, they were gonna do a surgery on him but had to wait for a SPECIALIST. For 4 days that they could've done a surgery on my dad to remove the cancer and always made an excuse that they will do it tommorow. Do you know how many excuses these people made? Well it was many from doctors. Then the day the Specialist told me that my father's cancer was getting worse and they could not do a surgery anymore. Then the specialists told me they'd do the chemotherapy in 2 days, we waited patiently. Until another excuse, that some pharmacy was still getting medicine, Really? Is there enough workers here? Because on Floor 7, I only saw a few doctors and nurses up there also on Floor 5 as well. I'm pretty sure this hospital does not have a good budget. So what I was saying was that when waiting for the chemotherapy, we waited 3 more days until they did. And sadly after 4 days of the treatment, which they didn't do for a week and a half. My father was at a serious stage at that time. And then that same specialists came over and explained that my father cannot be saved and he will die of his cancer. If you know what cancer he had. He had stomach cancer. He died at the age of 55, taken advantage by doctors making profit from his insurance. He was in the wrong hands of people. And I do not recommend this "Hospital" If you have an illness that clinics or small hospitals can't explain what you have. I'd rather prefer major city hospitals where they have more doctors and at least specialists. Don't make me feel better because these doctors had time to save him. I am only alone with my mother and 22 year old brother, I am a teen.

Sudha Pamidimukkala
Sudha Pamidimukkala

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I was sent here from St. Agnes with fractured scapula, ribs and a slightly punctured lung. The doctors here were like vultures as they kept prescribing me the tests that were just completed at St Agnes. They were also not interested in helping me once I told them I don't live there which meant I will not be going to see them at their private practices during my recovery. They left me in the emergency room all night just because I refused the unnecessary procedures and scans. Nurse refuse to give me water even though the doctor has cleared it. I was tossed around recklessly by the staff even though I was screaming with pain. They moved me to icu even though I only have couple of fractures just so they can rack up the hospital bill. They billed my insurance an exorbitant amount of $41000 for my two night stay there. After this experience, I would rather die than ever end up in a hospital. It's a shame that all these medical professionals and hospitals care is to squeeze as much out of a patient as possible rather than truly caring for them

Kristi
Kristi

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I brought my brother to the ER at night. The initial assessment revealed that he was critically ill. He was moved to the trauma area and was in surgery in less than one hour. Every discipline who engaged with him was professional, caring, expert in triaging and highly competent. He was critical. I want to thank the trauma unit and staff for exceptional care.

JasmineMay Hilario
JasmineMay Hilario

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Women at ER front desk named Kristin or Christin gave me so much attitude when i asked if she can call the back to see if i can go back inside to the quiet room where i was placed after leaving the ambulance. She wont even bother calling the back nor does she care that i have blood all over me. She was going to have security escort me just because i was trying to ask her if she knew who i was here for so she knows when to call me. She smirked sarcastically and said yes and when i tried to confirm the name with her she continued to threaten to have the security escort me out. Petty woman. Bet she wouldve act a fool if it was her husband dying.

Johnn Rodriguez
Johnn Rodriguez

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Although doctors and nurses are helpful, its Wi-Fi cannot be used. Once you connect to the Wi-Fi, it does not take you to the sign in page. That server should be taken down and new one installed.

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!