John F Kennedy Memorial Hospital
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47111 MONROE STREET, INDIO, CA 92201 USA

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(760) 347-6191

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Sarah Maloof
Sarah Maloof

1 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

My 8 week old son was rushed here by ambulance because he stopped breathing. He was still choking and turning blue when we got to the hospital. They put us out in the lobby and told us we still had to wait even though my BABY could hardly breathe. I asked for a complaint form and they told me i wasn't aloud to have one. I took him to Eisenhower instead and risked it because I don't trust them with his life now. They were rude and sat there gossiping in the back the whole time. Anyway, Eisenhower admitted him to desert regional. He had RSV. Never coming here again.

Sarah Bodeen
Sarah Bodeen

1 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

The real acronym for this hospital is Just Freakin’ Kidding, because the medical care is a joke.
I brought my elderly grandmother here just after thanksgiving. She had witnessed a tragic event of her prized pet being brutally attacked and killed before her eyes by a neighbor’s dog. The neighbor took off and left my grandmother there upset and crying. The dog died in her arms, it was tough for her. We encouraged her to get medical assistance after that event, but she declined.
After the dog attack her dementia set in rapidly. She had no issues prior. On Thanksgiving it was the worst, she was forgetting everyone at home. We were scared and concerned as only a month had passed since the attach so we took her to JFK emergency room to monitored at about 9 pm. We waited an hour before finally being called back. She was hooked up to the machines and then I sat by her side for about 5 hours before they took her to get a CT scan. After that we sat for another 5 hours. All the patients around us were being treated BUT us. Why they didn’t admit us or ask us to take her elsewhere was beyond me. I kept asking for answers and nobody could help. I finally left her there for a couple hours so I could go get some food, shower and change.
I came back to JFK and SHE WAS GONE. They had no idea where she was. They told me they transferred her to another hospital but nobody knew which one or where. I understood why they moved her. I do not understand how they lost her. What a joke. Waste of time and money. Do yourself a favor and don’t take your loved ones here. Take them to the higher rated hospitals in the area and save yourself the headache of having to call every hospital in the area to find your family. I wouldn’t send my enemies here, again, joke of a hospital.

Jennifer Amezquita
Jennifer Amezquita

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Currently going through a cps case the hospital discriminated me and made false statements to a social worker because of those false statements my kids been removed even my baby newborn for a nurse that lied I have proofs of everything and copies I don't get how is it possible for my son to come out with amphetamines and my test come out clean what I mean if I just had my baby and they test us and I come out clean and my son comes out dirty how is it that possible and this is clearly in the papers that i got from the hospital I came out clean and my baby shows that he was positive for amphetamines and another thing I felt very discriminated I felt bad I've been having back pain when I got discharge from the hospital instead of them taking me out with the wheelchair which they supposed to do when you deliver a baby the nurse from the hospital acted rude and and told me as soon as I sign the discharge paper I can start walking to my vehicle she made me walk to my vehicle knowing that I had told her I was feeling dizzy

Brian Smith
Brian Smith

1 out of 5 stars

posted 9 months ago

I watched older nurse helen not use gloves when gloves should have been on her hands. The 5 days my friend was here not once did they clean any bed side table tops. The floors in her room were not consistantly cleaned. Her iv monitor was going off every five minutes and they blew out 6 of her veins. I am not sure why exta steps would not be taken to prevent cross contamination and more care for the patients. Also for the last 2 days the doctor was supposed to show up and they did not. Not peofessional at all

Patricia Nunez
Patricia Nunez

2 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

When i had my baby the docters or nurses were unaware that i had already dialated there was not a single nurse in the room and some lady next door had her baby on her own above that they skipped my meal after giving birth and in the morning.