El Camino Hospital
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2500 GRANT ROAD, MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA 94040 USA

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(650) 940-7000

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El Camino Hospital
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3.4 out of 5 stars

Samuel
Samuel

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Just had surgery and 2 day stay at El Camino Hospital. The staff and service are all top notch and very professional. The rooms were very clean and spacious. The nursing team was so dedicated to ensuring that my stay was warm and pleasant. Totally didn't even mind them waking me up at night to get vitals cause they brought such a smile to my face. This is my 2nd time staying here and I'm still blown away by how awesome they are. Definitely try to get your operations and stays here. You won't regret it.

Azra Tucic
Azra Tucic

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Never go to this hospital.

I was admitted by ambulance into the hospital because my foot and lower leg was ice cold. The doctor decided to order an ultrasound instead of the MRI that the doctor who sent me there ordered. The ultrasound couldn’t be completed because it hurt too much and the technician said that I would need to do an MRI. The ER doctor decided that “everything was fine” despite the fact the test was not finished. I began arguing with her at which point she decided to tell me that “MRI’s are expensive” again despite the fact there were two insurances listed. In the end, she ended up doing an MRI after I said I wanted to speak to the director and after finishing the MRI, she said again everything was fine, which I ended up finding out a year and a half later during a third party evaluation that I had a fracture and torn ligament which she read as fine. This hospital should close down because they’re obviously not operating to help people. But they had no problem billing me for this horrible service.

Rad Elhage
Rad Elhage

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

After watching the video online I am very glad this was brought to light. It is near impossible that this is the first time something like this has happened. I wonder how many complaints were filed against this same doctor and resulted in no consequences! I noticed not a single review was responded to before this incident which shows how poorly management is doing.

Robert H
Robert H

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I was scheduled for spinal surgery here on 4-9-18.
I am new to the area and was not familiar with the hospital and was nervous to say the least.
In the end, I had as good an experience as one can have after going thru major surgery. I was on 4th floor for recovery.
The layout of the rooms and hallways make it quiet and spacious , the entire staff at every level from check in , to prep nurses, OR, Therapy, dining to housekeeping and the care given were all first rate, even the food was tasty. I was very impressed with this hospital. Unfortunately I have experienced surgery and recovery in the past at other hospitals and have experienced very different levels of care .
I literally had no complaints at any level with El Camino and I was treated well by everyone I dealt with.
If you must be hospitalized, I can recommend this hospital.
All of my nurses were great, especially Michelle at nights. She was very patient and kind.

Andrew Barnes
Andrew Barnes

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

In October 2017 my wife, Jenny, suffered a severe stroke and was rushed to El Camino Hospital for brain surgery. We are happy to report that after a period of recovery, she is on her way to a meaningful recovery. The family wishes to express its gratitude to the great medical staff at El Camino for saving her. Of note are Dr. Onibokun, surgeon for his skill, Dr. Jindal, Neurologist for her early and accurate prognosis, Daniel, RN for his diligent care and all others involved. Andrew Barnes, Husband