Holy Cross Hospital a Div of Taos Health Systems
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1397 WEIMER ROAD, TAOS, NM 87571 USA

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1397 WEIMER ROAD, TAOS, NM 87571 USA

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(575) 758-8883

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Holy Cross Hospital
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2.6 out of 5 stars

Jim Ludden
Jim Ludden

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I was treated with kindness and respect when I had a minor heart attack. They explained what they were doing and why. They loaned me a cell phone charger.

Barb Karle
Barb Karle

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

On a trip to Taos, my husband started to have significant cognition issues including memory loss, minor motor loss as well word retrieval problems. We came to the er and once seen by the nurse were rushed in and he was subjected to a battery of tests. If this was a stroke, time is critical and this hospital jumped into action. Thankfully it turned out to be a TIA instead of a stroke. He spent the night for another test. Everyone we met, from the assistants, nurses, technicians and doctors were caring and professional. As tourists we were captive to the medical services offered here. We are thankful we ended up at Holy Cross.

Victoria Walker
Victoria Walker

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

What kind of hospital doesn't admit patients with deep vein thrombosis?

We expressed concern at the course of treatment (ie a blood thinner shot then telling us to come back monday (it's saturday) when they can image it because they can't image on weekends?) and the "doctor" said "I'm offended, i'm walking out" and then she stormed out of the room. She then proceeded to talk about us from the nurse's station, refusing to speak with me.
She denied my father in law treatment for the 15 minutes she refused to stop talking about us behind our backs. Eventually another doctor had to come take care of him. This woman should NOT be allowed to interact with patients.

If you care about yourself, or for your loved one, please go to las vegas, or espanola. I promise you you'll regret going here.

Dan Chopper
Dan Chopper

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Holy Cross hospital in Taos is more like holy s$$t !!!!
Went into emergency room with severe head pain and nausea after a recent traumatic fall. Tried to be honest, open, real and sought help because I was scared based on my body response being so extreme. No one was helpful and the way I was treated was horrendously disrespectful and uneducated. I was told I didn't have any issues, including my previous health issues that are still occurring in my body, and that I was making my symptoms up because I had not fallen off a cliff, therefore it wasn't a real fall so I didn't have any known problems! The head nurse (blonde hair, overweight, blue eyes and extremely condescending) walked out on me when I spoke about how each person's body is different and explained that I didn't take the cup of meds she gave me because I wanted to know what they were giving me and why it was relevant to my condition, as I won't just stuff meds into my body without a good reason. I quickly realized the head nurse had no intent whatsoever to give me educated care, she seemed to enjoy knowing I was in severe pain while she herself denied it - she seemed to be majorly psychopathic!! Not one person was kind or caring and I received the worst care imaginable. People in this area are delusional and exist in the most inhuman way I've ever witnessed. I am lucky I am self aware and know how to take care of myself, but I see how easy it could be to die in the fake care this bankrupt hospital provides. This hospital and the town that surrounds it is a living nightmare due to so much neglect of anything heart-based. I am leaving the area but - you are better at urgent care where they are more kind (and will tell you to go to Espanola to get care instead of this local holy cross prison). There are a few people who might be educated and who may care in Taos but they do not work at holy cross and unless you have a gunshot wound they won't care at all. I'd love to sue these people but psychopaths aren't worth it. All of that said, may anyone who works at this poor excuse for a hospital be divinely blessed and may these people at holy cross and all of Taos soon find the human hearts and brains they have clearly lost. Blessings to all.

Pearl Romero
Pearl Romero

2 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Took my grand daughter due to a knee injury waithed 4 hours and still wasn't seen, a hospital volunteer came in with back pain and was immediately taken to the back, that's favoritism and don't say her pain was worst than my grand daughter s cause my granddaughter wasn't crying at the top of her lungs she remained calm. We left, go bye Holy Cross