Jordan Valley Medical Center
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3580 WEST 9000 SOUTH, WEST JORDAN, UT 84088 USA

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(801) 561-8888

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Jordan Valley Medical Center
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2.5 out of 5 stars

Searjasub Lopez
Searjasub Lopez

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 day ago

IF YOU READ THIS PLEASE TURN AROUND AND DRIVE TO ANOTHER HOSPITAL.

We went there and no one was at the front desk of the Emergency room. No door bell, nothing to tell them you're there. People in the waiting room area said that they had been there for 10 min and hadn't seen anyone. That was the sign that told us that the 2.4 star reviews they have are 100% accurate. Never coming back here and will not recommend to anyone.

S Fox
S Fox

3 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

Wasn't to pleased with the woman's center my last time here. Birthed two of my three kids at this hospital my first experience topped the charts in everyway. Having high expectations with baby three I was a bit more disappointed after my stay. Had an induction date scheduled to be turned away. More woman went into natural birth then they had beds for which is completely understandable had no problems with that aside from the fact we waited three hours after going through the check in process to be told it would be late late that evening or more then likely the next day. Drive back home 20 minutes away to get a call to go back in. Worst thing to do to a very pregnant mama. Every labor and delivery is unique, different, beautiful and sometimes complicated. 4 epidurals a spinal block and a peanut ball later my son was born. I didn't see my son for ten hours after delivery. He was healthy and needed no extra medical attention. He was cleaned and checked but remained in the nursery with Dad the whole time. wonderful bonding for them but I felt took away from the initial bond with mama because his first feed was formula against my wishes to only breastfeed for no apparent reason other then being busy. Other then that pleasant staff and nurses, just a bad experience.

Jenifer Duncan
Jenifer Duncan

2 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I went in for a what I thought would be an easy lab draw. Wrong! I was told on Thursday to go to the register desk by the ER on Saturday for my draw. Which no one was at when I got there on Saturday! So I go to the main entrance to find anyone to help me know where to go. Again no one to be found. So I notice there is courtesy phone to call the hospital operator. So I call and all she tells me is that I'm in the wrong location, and won't let me explain why I'm at this location. She becomes extremely rude and just keeps repeating your in the wrong area. I then hang up on her due to her belligerent treatment of me. So I then walk into the ER side this is the only place there are people! I ask the nice gentleman if there is anyway he can help me know if there is anyone in the registration area that can register me, so I can get my blood draw done finally. Keep in mind this is more then an hour at this point. He then says "just step over to the ER registration area ands see if they can help you". So I do and the girl there says yes I can help you. So I sit down and start the process. She immediately gets irritated with the computer and asks a fellow registrar " what that freaking code were use you register a new patient". To which I am not pleased with the connotation of the word" freaking". Well after that further bad experience. I ask where to find the lab. She gave me wrong directions. So I was stuck wandering around trying to find the lab. Luckily the lab techs were the only saving grace of this whole experience. They were very nice, accommodating and friendly. So there's my experience with the weekend staff of this hospital.

Jason Davis
Jason Davis

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My Mother went through an intensive surgery where a mass the size and weight of a cantaloupe was removed from her stomach. Doc did an incredible job on the surgery, but the nurses themselves "FORGOT" to turn her hydration/nutrition IV on for more than 4 hours after the surgery was done and she was laying in her hospital bed. She was so dehydrated to the point where they had to poke her 3 different times when attempting to draw blood, because none would come out. This caused her an excessive amount of pain that I can't imagine. I'd rather have my dog take care of my Mother than these nurses, it would do a better job. If you read this, please avoid putting any care of any family member into the hands of these nurses...

Jacqueline Skougard
Jacqueline Skougard

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

We just delivered our second baby at this hospital and our stay this time was just as good as the first. Labor and delivery was very accommodating. They have various options available to labor and the staff was helpful and kind. Post partum was equally hospitable. The food was good and the guest bed in the room was better than expected.