Do not visit this hospital period. I would give this place ZERO stars. The staff here are demeaning and negligible of their duties especially the nurses in the icu. They act as if they're better than everyone else and look down on both the patients and their families. They verbally abuse the patients and the families who visit. It takes bribery with gifts and food for them to even properly perform their duties but even then their attitude is trash (It was a family member of mine who bought food for the staff but I do not condone such behavior. There's a difference between a gift and a bribery with one being a form of gratitude and the latter not. This was definitely not a gift based on how they treated this family member). The doctors are equally unprofessional with one comparing surgery to dissecting a chicken. This place gives all medical professionals a bad name. The staff and their competency here all needs to be re-evaluated.
I have 4 kids all born in different hospitals this is by far the best treatment I've received as soon as i arrived at 4am took me straight to a bed and delivered my baby without complications i have no complaints "if" i ever have another baby i will deliver here again!
IF YOU ARE GIVING BIRTH DO NOT COME TO FOUNTAIN VALLEY!! THE WORST HOSPITAL TO GIVE BIRTH AT.
The lowest budget hospital in Orange county, Hands Down!
I've had 6 kids in 4 different hospitals and this one is solo based I can't even find the words. Almost every nurse is a rude, rude, rude b word. From the nurse that lets you in to the baby ward to the nurses who give the service. Thus has been one of the worst experiences of our lives. They say you never forget one of your kids births, well that's true, but this is one I would like to forget.
I think the food comes from a jail somewhere and the toilet paper in the bathroom is in one of those plastic security things so none of the new moms can steal the toilet paper. Can you believe it? Just try getting the paper out after a c-section and tube ligation. Impossible!
Came into the emergency room for severe vertigo and vomiting. I’m not normally the type of person that goes to the ER for the slightest bought of illness, but I couldn’t even walk in a straight line or stand up straight.
I didn’t receive any blankets, no IV fluids despite vomiting and dehydration, and I don’t mean to sound like an old person but I was freezing. I was in the hospital from 12AM to 9AM the next morning and then promptly and rudely kicked out by one of the nurses. I had to beg for a wheelchair, still unable to walk.
Came on a Wednesday night - this place was unprecedentedly packed but friendly staff and triage moved people quickly. Had a great and thorough experience here and would return.