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2000 BOISE AVE, LOVELAND, CO 80538 USA

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2000 BOISE AVE, LOVELAND, CO 80538 USA

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(970) 669-4640

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McKee Medical Center
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2.7 out of 5 stars

Amanda Shores
Amanda Shores

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

We recently delivered our little boy at this hospital. Delivery rooms are beautiful, nurses and midwives are amazing, pediatrician was amazing. Just loved our experience at McKee. What really stands out though is that I had intense pain after my delivery. We didn't know what was wrong but the doctors and nurses tirelessly tested me and gave me ultrasounds unless they discovered that I had gallstones. They kept me in the maternity unit with my baby since I was already there and removed my gallbladder. I was watched closely and given lots of support to take care of my newborn while recovering. Really excellent care. I can't say enough good things about this hospital. The surgeon, Dr. Collins, was amazing also. Really excellent experience. Thank you, McKee!

Patricia Klein
Patricia Klein

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I was told over the phone by a Kaiser nurse to go to an ER for my elbow issue and I chose McKee because it was close. It was on a Friday afternoon, July 13, 2018, at about 1:50 PM. I had excellent care! I thought I just had bursitis for two and a half days but I also had an infection inside my right elbow that was spreading in my arm.

I talked to a total of five employees related to my ER visit and also two cafeteria workers and a volunteer. Except for the woman who first checked my blood pressure, all eight of the people were kind and did their jobs well. The one exception was okay but maybe a little grumpy.

I walked in hungry so as soon as I placed my name on the reception screen and saw the 2:12 PM registration time, I headed over to the cafeteria for a quesadilla. I was back at the ER before 2:12 PM and a woman asked if I was Patricia. She had been looking for me for my initial registration. That was fast! I then saw the unfriendly woman who took my blood pressure and temperature. Right after that I was taken into the ER. The nurse came in and then the PA after 10 or so minutes. The nurse outlined the red swollen skin on my arm so I would be able to tell if the infection spread outside of those lines. Blood was drawn and they seemed to be sure I had an infection along with the bursitis, due to the swollen, warm skin on my elbow and my arm. I was given an IV of antibiotic and told the blood test did show some a high white blood cell count. I was given two prescriptions.

My entire time at McKee Medical Center was under two hours. I felt well taken care of and that I was treated kindly and with respect. It's been about 27 hours since I left there and my arm is better although it's going to take more time to be infection free.

Morgan M
Morgan M

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

If only I could give ZERO stars.
My fiance went in because his leg has been increasing in pain and swelling over the last two weeks. It's to the point now that he is missing work because the pain is so bad.
He went to the ER for NOTHING. After healthy blood tests & Ultrasoumd, The Doctor kept telling him "Well, you may have hit it on something" after him repeatedly telling him he DID NOT hit it on anything. He asked for advice, if there's a specialist they know of that he could go to, if there was somewhere he could get more help...they told him THERE"S NOTHING ELSE THEY CAN DO FOR HIM. I'm sorry, but are you f***in serious? An Ibuprofen prescription and to be sent home with NO answers or information is NOT what he was looking for. NO pain meds and some HELP would have been great. HELP...It's actually what we all assume HOSPITALS are around for. Now we have to pay Lord knows HOW much for ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.
This hospital is a JOKE. People go to you for HELP. For ANSWERS. NOT to be looked over, given NO ANSWERS, a crappy prescription for pain, be told they can't do anything, and sent home.
You should be ashamed of yourselves for treating human beings so poorly and then charging them an arm and a leg (almost literally).
NEVER going here. I don't care if it's life or death because I'd probably die anyway going here.

Sandra Ross
Sandra Ross

4 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

All the nurses were super friendly. They went out of their way to be sure I was comfortable on many occasions. I was greeted by the doctor, the anesthesiologist, and many nurses. Once my procedure was over, the nurse made sure I was okay and talked to me until she knew I could function. The procedure went well and there were no complications. The rooms were a little cool but they gave me a heated blanket (so nice).

Christina Soulia
Christina Soulia

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

I went here voluntarily for a psych evaluation at the request of my gaslighting spouse. I was held there for @ 6 hours, the whole time I was well behaved and told I would be going home that night. During this time I was not given the 2 medications I am prescribed; 1 is a rather high dose of an anti seizure med. and the other was klonipin, which can cause seizures if dose is reduced too quickly (I had already been reducing my dosage pretty rapidly so I could stop taking it). The attending ER Dr. told me she was on call at 2 other hospitals as well as McKee that night; she barely talked with me. All of a sudden, in the middle of the night I noticed there were guards outside my door and someone had taken my cell phone. She told me I was being put on 72 hour hold but would t tell me what information led her to believe I was either suicidal, homocidal or gravely disabled (the typical criteria for this to happen. I still didn’t receive my medications, was taken down to clear view facility where I still didn’t get the correct medications until 24 hours after I got there and it took a lot of effort on my part to get the staff to give me the correct medications. The abuse I saw there was surprisingly abusive. The social worker and the nurses and many of the patients there said they didn’t understand why I was there as I was lucid and well behaved the whole time. Some of the other ‘inmates’ described similar situations; being sent there by McKee without being given any reason. I was also given another patients medical records with my discharge packet. I will post the name of the ER Dr. responsible for this as soon as I find it in this mess of paperwork I received at Clearview upon discharge. DO NOT GO TO THIS ER FOR A VOLUNTARY PSYCH EVALUATION!
You will end up with ptsd and a malpractice/personal injury attorney. I just want to save anyone else from having to go through this