Placentia Linda Hospital Rating
126 reviews
3.3 Rating
126 reviews
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Special Care Services

  • Intensive Care Unit

Emergency Services

  • Emergency Department


  • Arthroscopy
  • Joint Replacement
  • Spine Surgery

Radiology / Nuclear Medicine / Imaging

  • Computed Tomography
  • Computed Tomography-Angiography
  • Digital Mammography
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Single Photon Emission Computerized Tomography


  • Physical Therapy

Surgery Services

  • Inpatient Surgery
  • Robotic Surgery

Neuroscience Services

  • Electroencephalography


  • Hemodialysis

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Emergency Service Available


Group Service


Hospital Type
  • Acute Care Hospitals
Control Type
  • Proprietary
  • Corporation
Total Staffed Beds 114
Total Discharges


Total Patient Days


Total Patient Revenue


TPS Quality Score 22.25 Rating
126 reviews

Shelley Ho

The in-hospital care is great but once you get home, you find out most of the providers are not contracted with your insurance so you are expected to pay the whole bill!! Then if you get your insurance to reprocess the bill, you get balanced billed by the provider for whatever your insurance doesn’t pay. Balance billing is illegal in many states and in some situations in California. I wrongly thought a visit to the ER would only cost my deductible. Now I have to spend hours on the phone fighting these bills. I will never return here as I’ve never received as many separate bills at other hospitals as I did here!!

Leslie Navarro

I had the best nurse ever, a young energetic young man name Kyle. I could not believe he had only been nursing for one year. I am from a medical family and Kyle had an extrordinary amount of knowledge for one year of nursing. Kyle was always eager to help out and came running every time I pushed my nurse button. I predict that that this young man will make a serious impact on the medical future whatever direction he chooses to go!

Sandra Boostrom

I had a pacemaker inserted in September. The hospital was very clean, modern and the staff professional. I want to give special thanks to Ronda, Nikki, Manlen, Romeo, Cherrylyn and Keyshn for their wonderful care.

Matt Larson

If I could give it zero stars, I would. Although the Hispanic gentleman who took my ID was very sweet. I went in, like I have for years to get pain management for my ulcerative colitis, and they shoved a tube in my nose and down my throat, making me dry heave, only make making the pain in my stomach 10% worse. So they gave me IV Tylenol and took a useless chest X-ray ( that I’m sure is going to cost me a fortune). All because I just moved back to Yorba Linda and had no on to pick me up. They treated me like a junky, looking for a fix. Pick anywhere else. Please.

E Crown

Poor Communication. My brother was admitted for substance overdose-Suicide, and my mother was with him most of the time. Staff and nurses kept preventing from releasing current information; gave my mother the run around of procedures. At some point she was not allowed to see him although she had already been by his side. I was on the phone with my mother most of the time as I was not able to physically support her in her need. My brother was there for more than 10 hours before he was seen by a "counselor" and they still couldn't tell my mother when he was going to be admitted to another location, they kept him on tranquilizers but yet said they were waiting for him to wake up?! (I do admit, he became a nuisance and was giving meds (( 3 doses within an hour!)) as he woke up wanting to go home and asking when was he going to be seen by an actual doctor). He was also restrained at some point and boy does he have dramatic bruising on his body including the area were he had the needle for meds; HIS ARM WAS BENT KNOWING HE HAD A NEEDLE and he kept complaining about it! Anyways, sorry for going off topic... The fact is, when he was released to another facility my mother was never called... so she learned about the transfer at the hospital... My mother asked to speak with a supervisor and was told by female staff "K** N.- Director" was not available and she was not contacted because the nurses had been rotated for their shift (My opinion; lack of communication among peers if this was true) and was not sympathetic at all. I completely understand and respect any title within a hospital, as they put their health at risk, but it shouldn't give them the right to make anyone feel ignorant or dull under any circumstance, my mother felt that way along with impotence or hopeless under this whole unfortunate event and the staff at this hospital made her feel this way when it should of been comfort of more at ease knowing my brother was in good hands. I speak on behalf of my mothers experience.