Providence Saint Joseph Medical Ctr

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501 SOUTH BUENA VISTA, BURBANK, CA 91505 USA

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(818) 843-5111
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501 SOUTH BUENA VISTA, BURBANK, CA 91505 USA

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Consumer feedback about Providence Saint Joseph Medical Ctr

Monica Ahumada Heen
Monica Ahumada Heen

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 days ago

They saved my life at this hospital. I was dying. I didn't know what was wrong with me. I was too sick to tell me much. I was hospitalized here for 8 days, and I left on the 8th day, able to care for myself. They helped me find an infectious Diseases doctor who diagnosed and is currently treating me. I can't thank the hospital enough! Plus, they always have made from scratch soups here! Thank you PSJMC!

Alexandra Skiffington
Alexandra Skiffington

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

***this review does not include Kevin. I’m going to say what I wish someone had told me before coming here...turn around don’t waste your time if you actually care about your health RUN. I have been throwing up for days and can’t stomach food ...you would think the first step would be to put me on fluids but guess not? Not even going to waste my time writing everything this hospital didn’t do to help me. Instead of leaving better I’m leaving with a bill on my way back to my original hospital that no longer takes my insurance sadly. I’m willing to have an outrageous bill out of pocket to save myself from this really awful and terrible doctors.

Pamela Kofmehl
Pamela Kofmehl

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 days ago

In 2014 i was taken here in an ambulance with a fractured vertebrae.No tests were done, but morphine, valium, vicodin, more morphine and valium were administered before they sent me home. My primary care, orthopedic surgeon, and neurosurgeon doctors who later treated me were appalled. The vertebrae was crushed making me three inches shorter. Until last week, I have used only urgent care. I visited another ER, which admitted me and ran a series of tests for a possible heart condition. My good experience there made me realize that St. Joe's was even worse than I previously thought. Find another ER!!!!

Jaquetta Singleton
Jaquetta Singleton

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I became ill when I was away from home. The administrative office and medical staff were extremely caring. It was a pretty busy night but I still received the attention that I needed

Kristina King
Kristina King

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

This Hospital is horrible. The doctors are mean, rude, and will find any excuse to send you home, even if you are literally on the verge of dying. The nurses will talk to you like you're a gang member in the street and I've had some of the worse experiences of my life here! I walked in here with a horrible headache, and let's just say I somehow ended up needing open brain surgery. Well, 1 turned into 7 as everything kept going wrong. From blood clots, to strokes, to comas, to ending up in the ICU with a fever so high they had to literally put me in what they called an ice room. So many times I almost died and to top it off I was discharged wheelchair bound. How does that happen?! And then, I was just there the last week, admitted, told I had swelling of the brain, given IV meds that basically kept me sedated and today Dr. Goldberg or however you spell his name, comes in and accuses me of being a drug addict and tells me to go home. He tells me that I obviously can walk because I have my legs crossed.. and that if I'm in so much pain in my head then how can I handle having so many "new" tattoos? Um.. ok?! I'm sorry but have we met before? How would you know which tattoo is the most recent? Why would you just assume I can walk because I have my legs crossed? My wheelchair was right next to me and you even stormed out of the room when you saw that I had to have my boyfriend pick me up and put me in the wheelchair because: I. CAN'T. WALK!
I'm sorry sir if you're having a bad day or anything like that but I've never been treated so badly and especially not by a Doctor who supposedly specializes in pain management.
Worst bedside manner ever.