John C Lincoln Medical Center

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250 EAST DUNLAP AVENUE, PHOENIX, AZ 85020 USA

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(602) 870-6010
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250 EAST DUNLAP AVENUE, PHOENIX, AZ 85020 USA

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Consumer feedback about John C Lincoln Medical Center

Mikayla Hernandez
Mikayla Hernandez

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I have been to almost ever hospital in the valley. I have never experienced the kind of comfort or care I did here. Not only was the staff all very polite but it's clear there's a healthy work together attitude among everyone. The hospital everywhere from the ER to the OR to recovery was quiet and clean . I never waited more than a minute or two to have my call light answered . I mean whatever this hospital is doing . The others should take note .

Scott inPHX
Scott inPHX

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Waited in a non busy emergency room for hours before being seen by a doctor and given something for pain relief. Just done understand how they can leave a 90 year old woman in severe pain go for so long with out help.

I spent a week in paradise valley hospital and had great care during four surgeries in four days . Will never come back to John C Lincoln hospital again.

Been here almost eight hours and see a nurse once in about two hours and doctors about every three hours. Not a place for a sick person

Now on top of all the incompetence they transferred the patient more than thirty miles away to a different hospital against our expressed wishes. This was done to accommodate a doctor that we had only seen twice. I can’t believe that a patient has no say in the care or lack of care received at this hospital.

We went for hours without a nurse or doctor coming in the room to check on the patient even after repeated requests from the charge nurse to help. There excuse is they can’t do anything without doctors orders. This is the emergency room for God’s sake.

Do not go to this hospital with someone you love!

Caitlin Gullette
Caitlin Gullette

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I truly love this hospital. I have worked/visited in other hospitals and this is by far my favorite one. Everyone is so happy to see you here and at least one person will always greet you when you come in.

If I get lost or have questions I feel comfortable asking anyone because they are all so incredibly helpful.

This is also a non-smoking campus, which is amazing. My grandma was on oxygen when she stayed here and it was nice to go outside with her and not have to worry about anyone smoking around her.

I will always recommend this hospital to anyone. Everyone is there to help you and create a professional caring environment. If anyone in my family needed to go to the hospital I would gladly choose this one.

Jamie Davis
Jamie Davis

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Stay away! If you have other options, take it. My wife takes prescribed medication for her anxiety and depression. Last night she had a head ache and took some Advil for it. Unfortunately the two medications didn't agree with each other and she ended up passing out on her walk by the stairwell. Phoenix police and the fire department showed up and I got a call on my phone from my wife letting me know. As I was acting as a mediator between my wife and the first responders she ended up loosing consciousness. as the first responders and I were trying to get her up on the gurney she became a little combative. They ended up dropping her down against my advice and took her two John C Lincoln hospital. Apparently she was out of it a little before the first responders because she made a couple random calls to some of her friends, and her mom. I don't know what was said during the phone conversations, but the staff at John C Lincoln hospital seem very convinced that she is suicidal. I don't understand how trained medical staff are unable to differentiate between depression, and suicidal behavior. I've known my wife for over eleven years. She is not suicidal. after they brought her back to the ER I waited in the family quiet room for over five hours to see, I talked to five different employees, just to have a security officer tell me that I had to leave for a few hours with out giving me a reason. I honor the request and ended up calling back the next day. This time after being hung up on the first time, getting the run-around the second time, being treated like s*** over the phone by the employees that were in charge of her the third time, the fourth time I actually got a hold of someone who gave me permission over the phone to visit, but only for 15 minutes and essentially accused me of being the reason why she was in the hospital. All I'm saying is that they need to be more professional, instead of simply relying on rumors, and here say about suicidal tendencies that don't exist, and assuming that because I'm her husband that I'm the one to blame. To be completely honest, I really don't trust doctors even on the best of day, due to life experiences I'm also not a big fan of pigs, and public pretenders. I would just like to clarify that Phoenix police actually did a good job in this case, they were non judgemental, didn't jump to conclusions, and genuinely seemed like they wanted to help. the only thing that I feel could use improvement was their approach in the matter. They showed up in force with roughly about 15 police, and only one of them was female, making my wife feel that much more uncomfortable and making situation that much more tense. I feel like the police would benefit from a little bit of training having to deal with people with anxiety, and depression. Especially since they seemed completely unaware, or unwilling to admit that she was out of it. just because someone is barely moving, does not mean that they are fully conscious. At this point, when a person is not fully aware their subconscious takes over. Unfortunately, once again due to life experiences and a severe amount of distrust for the police she started kicking as we were trying to get her onto the gurney. the fact that there were fifteen armed men around her trying to hold her down didn't exactly help the matter. In times like this I think it is important to remember that even though she was being combative that the police are in fact in service to the general public, not the other way around. Aside from that kudos to the police, never thought that I would actually say that. Getting back to the point, it is extremely unprofessional to simply assume that someone is suicidal just because they are depressed. Furthermore, chaining someone down to a bed and keeping them away from their family does not help anxiety, and will only make it worse. it is also not only unprofessional, but extremely insulting for them to assume that just because I am male, and she is female, and we are married, that that somehow has anything to do with the reason why she is in the..

Yole Keliihoomalu
Yole Keliihoomalu

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

My dad is there right now, he finally got a room, the one concern was waiting on the Dr and tests that were done or needed to be done,tomorrow I will be going to see my dad and hope the hospital is on their best professional attitude ,I understand they are busy but we are also patients not numbers or not important because of age