Kalispell Regional Medical Center

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310 SUNNYVIEW LANE, KALISPELL, MT 59901 USA

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(406) 752-5111
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310 SUNNYVIEW LANE, KALISPELL, MT 59901 USA

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Consumer feedback about Kalispell Regional Medical Center

Lisa Smith
Lisa Smith

2 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

I had great care from the GI department, both in office visits and in outpatient procedures. Their patient accounting department lacks something to be desired. Very rude to me. Make sure you keep detailed records when dealing with them.

Muffin Ray
Muffin Ray

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 days ago

I am very content with the care given to me throughout my illness in the last year and a half, from my Johns Hopkins trained Doctor to the inpatient 16 hour gourmet food menu!
Go try the canned peas at Dartmouth Hitchcock!
Seriously, I’ve been well taken care of, no complaints.

Jason Pickering
Jason Pickering

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I had a diabetic scare with my son. He was placed in the ICU unit. The staff were extremely nice and professional, constantly checked on my son and constantly asked if i was ok or needed anything. Nice experience with the staff and medical help they gave to my son. Thankful.

Leisha Armstrong
Leisha Armstrong

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

My daughter was seen in the ED for a laceration. She was treated in the hallway. I feel they charged way too much for their services. She did not need any imaging or labs. I feel there needs to be more justification for the amount that they charged. They really did not even examine her for concussion. They just asked if she had loss of consciousness. I am a nurse so I can watch for worsening signs. I am not very happy. You can not tell me for the services they provided warranted over $1000.00 in charges to suture her forehead.

Blake Cantor
Blake Cantor

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I had a major heart attack that "turned out my lights". The ER staff saved my life. I remember losing consciousness and when I came to, I was in the intermediate cardiac unit. Exactly one week to the day of my heart attack, I had bypass surgery. The surgeon and my cardiologist did a fantastic job. I have nothing negative to say.

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