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My emergency room experience at this hospital was excellent. Dr Scott Seifert and nurses Michelle and Troy went above and beyond when I injured my finger in November. They spent extra time with me and also made sure I understood the instructions for home. I can not thank them enough for their special care.!!!!
Go elsewhere! The overnight nurses are uncaring, lazy, and have zero understanding about customer service or empathy. My dad sat in a wet bed for over two hours before my mother had to help him. She asked for new and clean sheets and was refused. They had to wait another 3 hours before housekeeping came. In the meantime, my dad is on day three of no food or water or contact from the doctor. It’s like a third world medical facility. Ridiculous. I am willing to bet prison treats their patients with more dignity and faster service.
Update: Ny father was released with a bloated body, yellow skin, diarrhea, nausea, fever, and chills. Exactly 24 hours after surgery. 48 hours later with 104* fever and zero improvement we rushed him to the VA hospital and it was discovered that he had internal bleeding, an infection, and pancreatitis. To make matters worse the Oro Valley Hospital refused send the VA doctors his records until after the weekend. Oro Valley Hospital is the absolute worst “healthcare” facility in Arizona, possibly the whole USA. Poor doctors, poor nurses, and poor management. By the way, the Tucson VA Hospital has been wonderful to my dad and family.
Loved the Dr. And nurses yes, but the room was filthy. What is worse, leaving a full container full of green waste extracted from my stomach(bowel obstruction) in the hot bathroom. It made me feel awful. I couldn't shower as well. I was very ill when I left. I found out that I still had an obstruction. Very scary.
I had been sick for days...migraine so bad, makes u want to put a bullet in your head!! I'm a pretty healthy person. Normal things with getting old..I was very skeptical going to any hospital in AZ, just moving from New Orleans La. To be closer to Mexico for good doctors, they are the ONLY doctors that were great in 42 years of life! But, my wife said don't judge by reviews....so I chanced it. she was wrong!! They took enough test probably to cost me a new car. But to only give me potassium because it was low... still can't look at light..heads pounding...no relief...not even a prescription for tylenol or ibuprofen 600mg or something to help... I will always go by reviews and there isn't a hospital in 60 miles with over 3 stars....wonder why?? Hmmm btw not Mexican either...Full blooded Native American..United Houma Nation!!!
I went to the ER for treatment of road rash from a bicycle fall. Before going, I asked the hospital if they were in network. They said yes. What they failed to mention was that the attending Dr might be out of network, which turned out to be the case. The hospital got me for $560 which is understandable. But the Dr (Gary Figge) is now hitting us up for $571, just for being examined by his assistant. All I can do at this point is pay the bill and warn others to beware.
UPDATE: You'll notice they posted a standard response to my review. About a week before I called them to ask if they would be willing to better inform patients moving forward. Their rep told me, in so many words, no. Doesn't sound like an organization willing to improve.