Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center

Address

2211 NE 139TH STREET, VANCOUVER, WA 98686 USA

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Phone

(360) 487-1000
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2211 NE 139TH STREET, VANCOUVER, WA 98686 USA

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Consumer feedback about Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center

Rebecca Smith
Rebecca Smith

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

The emergency room was really crowded, especially since it’s flu season. I never felt less than human. Everyone was very caring and efficient. I drove 40 minutes to go there instead of the emergency room in my home town, I’m very glad that I did. Thank you for your compassionate care.

Gristly Adams
Gristly Adams

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

This is legacies newest hospital. This actually means they get the oldest equipment from other network hospitals and the most inexperienced physicians. Go to Peacehealth if you can choose. If you can't choose, this means you're likely too sick to be treated here anyway and they will transfer you to another area hospital.

allie komarek
allie komarek

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Extremely pleased with the awesome Service here! Pleased with their emergency and their non emergency stuff, I also think Dr. Smeenk (developmental pediatrician) is awesome. She listens to the parents concerns and she's pretty cool

ben kobylnik
ben kobylnik

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 days ago

It’s like God put all of the most caring and sweet people into one building. You guys are amazing ❤️❤️❤️

George Lee
George Lee

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My father was hospitalized and passed away over 4 years ago. At the time, his serum sodium was high. The doctors at the intermediate care unit had no clue. They kept ordering 0.9% NS to be infused intravenously until my family member, who was also physician, alerted him that dextrose 5% with 0.45% NS could be used instead. In one week they forgot to feed him with NG tube, he lost 14 lbs. The doctor reacted like it was something he never thought about. When we discussed with Dr. Castle for his care, he kept stating he had other patients who were more sick and needed his care more than my father. What kind of training in bedside manner and humanity he had as a physician and what type of common sense in customer service was that in that behavior and attitude?

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