Our daughter was in the ER tonight and they took amazing care of her! Awesome staff and they got our daughter in and fixed up in no time. Thank you!
Dr. Yvonne Rollins and Amy Rahe on Hwy 50 and Chris Ortiz, Shelly, Gail, and the rest of the Infusion Center staff are all top-notch, caring, and friendly. I am there pretty often and always feel I am getting great care.
Do not be conned by the insistent reviews that this death center has you fill out . The staff is low quality just look at the mission statement. It is written in a business manner not a quality of care manner. THIS PLACE ONLY WANTS YOUR MONEY! LIVES HAVE BEEN LOST DO TO POOR CARE, ER STAFF THAT'S EGO IS SO BIG THE DOCTORS WILL NOT EVEN LISION TO SPECIALIST THAT CAN SAVE A CLIENTS LIFE. This death center caused a death do to changing a Disabled Vet for a botched surgery that the client told them not to touch him. Instead of flying him out to the VA they botched his surgery, sued him for the copay while he was dying from the surgery. He then took his own life because the heartless of the Rockies sued him took his home and he died in the winter cold. Is this a center you want your family to be treated by? do your research, and get anyone who needs medical care out of this valley and to a real hospital before its to late.
Wow I never thought I would be writing a review for an ER. My experience this past week left me very concerned about being more seriously injured and needing treatment here.
I came in with a broken collarbone. My neighbor called ahead so they knew I was coming, the response was negative. I was one of two patients so the place was very quite. I was xrayed and we asked about one for my 2 swollen fingers. The response again was negative. Finally were leaving for the 30 minute drive home and we ask for a cold ICE pack. The response was no just refreeze the one you have.
I have spent my career in emergency services and have seen more from very busy ER's. I hope someone is taking notice daily cause a big problem is coming to this place.
Went to the ER because I was running a 102 fever for 4 days straight. Spent 4 hours sitting in the room, with only one patient in the ER, at the time. After the nurse came in and took my blood, temp. She left the room and I heard her conversation with the doctor over the phone. Her exact words were "You have 2 Patients, it's time to wake up" From then till I saw the Doctor was 2.5 hours. When he came in he spent maybe 10 minutes with me and said I quote "Just keep doing what your doing." No diognosses other then he confirmed I didn't have Strep. Then sent me on my way with no perscriptions, or anything to make my sickness better. Generally when you go to the ER you're sick enough that you need something to help you. I've gone to the doctor all of three times in my entire life and only been to the ER once I'm sick enough that I wanted help. But I could not find it here from now on I will go out of town for any type of medical service.