Delta County Memorial Hospital
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My husband had unexpected health issues while we were on vacation and was sent to this ER by the Paonia walk-in clinic, which had very competent and personable staff. The ER was very well run. All doctors, nurses and technicians were compassionate and very capable. We kept our doctor at home informed and he agreed with everything they did throughout the stay.
When the ER measures weren't enough to remedy the situation, my husband was admitted to the ICU quickly and efficiently. We can’t say enough good things about the caring staff in ICU or about the hospitalist, Dr. Call. Even though this is a rural hospital, we could see why it has been named one of the best rural facilities. They contacted specialists and researched all possibilities, even listening to the suggestion to consider (and research) the possibility that some of the problem could be caused by a bite from a type of tick we have in the Southeast but they don't see in Colorado.
Everyone was dedicated, attentive and friendly, and kept us very well informed about all the issues and possible treatments. I never felt that my husband would have been ignored or without regular check-ins if a family member hadn't been there (as I have felt in many other hospitals). They don't have all the capabilities for some more serious procedures, but are ready to send patients to the larger facility and specialists in Grand Junction if needed.
We have family in the area and are confident that they will have great medical care if they should need to come to this hospital. Thank you to everyone who helped us during this difficult time and sent us home with great results.
Toni in the mammogram department is wonderful. She makes you feel very comfortable and is such a sweetie!
My daughter was seen in the ER 2 nights ago with severe abdominal pain. Did labs and CT then told her they didn't know what was wrong. Maybe endometriosis they said and released her. She also asked several times to go to the bathroom and nobody bothered until she started unhooking everything she was connected to so she could go. She gets a call the following morning saying her urine showed UTI. The Dr thought the nurse checked the labs and vise versa. They called in an antibiotic. She gets ANOTHER call today telling her the same thing and asking what antibiotic was prescribed. Then they changed the antibiotic. First, there's no way a UTI would cause the level of pain she had. Don't need a medical degree to know that. Second, the Dr failed epically by not checking the labs. Third, why on earth would the nurse today need to ask what antibiotic was prescribed? The chart is probably an absolute mess!! Recommend going to Montrose or GJ for care
Great staff, very knowledgeable and timely. The nurses and techs were great and the physician was very thorough and made sure to explore/eliminate all possibilities Everyone had great bedside manner as well.
Usually friendly and helpful, need to do a better job watching M1ed patients