Hospital San Francisco

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371 DE DIEGO AVE, SAN JUAN, PR 923 USA

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(787) 767-5100
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371 DE DIEGO AVE, SAN JUAN, PR 923 USA

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Robert Feliberty
Robert Feliberty

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

They need to be more careful how handle parents. I went with an old diabetic man and they did not took any measure shorten the process. It took more than 1 hour after arriving to see the doctor, at 3 hours the blood was drawn; and after more than 4 hours after arriving and because i have to intervene, the ct scan be done. Every patient have needs and limitations, their process doesn’t properly account for them.

David
David

1 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

They do not use real Quiznos turkey it is a textured soy and turkey product . it is filled with holes . The swiss cheese did not have holes. Half of a sheet of paper was used on the tray. The owner just sat in the corner, did not offer me a refund . He did not even help out the 2 workers during the lunch rush. The workers seem to do the best they can but the boss is a crook . I was overcharged by $0.50 . vegetables were left off .The ones present were very thin link Ronco was slicing them. The prices are higher than normal Quiznos, less staff, dirty tables, no bathroom, no place to wash hands, and grey prison meat. This store is a shame, and at a hospital! Do the doctors not know it is imitation lunch meat??

Izzy Santa
Izzy Santa

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

The attention to detail in ICU is abysmal. Three days in a row I found needles laying around – bed, floor, and sink – as opposed to being discarded. Blood is poorly drawn, leaving stains on gowns and sheets, and patient's arms bruise all the way to their armpits. Patients in ICU should be rotated laterally in the side-lying position every three hours – that doesn’t occur. Staff just lacks self-initiative and empathy.

Pr. MCP
Pr. MCP

3 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

Lindo lobby.
Nice lobby.

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