Desert View Regional Medical Center



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Desert View Hospital
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2.2 out of 5 stars

Bonnie Bennett
Bonnie Bennett

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

I am shocked at some of the reviews regarding Desert View. I’ve been in here since yesterday but the care I’ve been given is professional, caring and very attentive to any needs and concerns I have. They’re friendly and make needing to be here a pleasant experience. My only negative is the doctor who came in. He sits down, starts talking and I had to stop to ask who he was. I’m also pretty darn sure he left his personality in his other lab coat.

Bernadette P
Bernadette P

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I’ve had good and bad experiences here. More bad than good. The last reason I was there was because I thought I was having a stroke. They took blood and did a CT scan. I never even saw the nurse until I was discharged. Her name was Jessica and I asked for something for pain and something for nausea. I don’t take narcotics at all and have refused them many times. I had ibuprofen 600 in my purse and Zofran but I’ve always been told not to take anything prior to going to the hospital. I’d hopes they’d have given me stronger ibuprofen and IV zofran. The nurse denied all my requests and when I was discharged I tried to write horrible nurse on paperwork but she snatched it out of my hands hard and said this is a “legal document “ and left. Some doctors are good but the doctor on duty that night wasn’t paying attention.

Jacinta Tillery
Jacinta Tillery

1 out of 5 stars

posted 6 days ago

Went into ER after suffering trauma to spine from a shower injury. Was completely dismissed. Not a single test was run! But falling down and pissing myself and having my feet go fully numb just means that I need a pain pill and 4-6 months if symptoms don't improve. If I find out I'm going to get permanent nerve damage from this I'm getting a lawyer! Stay far away from this hospital! 5 years ago they tried telling me I had pleurisy during an 18 hour gall bladder attack. The "doctor" last night assumed a whole lot of knowledge with zero tests run!
They only saw me for 5 minutes but I bet they'll bill my insurance for a whole bunch of fraudulent "care"

Maryan Hollis
Maryan Hollis

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I am an RN with 50 years of experience.
I was brought to the hospital by ambulance.
The ER doctor wanted to do a Cat Scan but the machine was broken and ordere