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(408) 259-5000


225 N Jackson Ave, San Jose, CA 95116, USA
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Consumer feedback about Regional Medical Center of San Jose

Rating: 4 /5

Taveren Tech

We took our baby boy there after a fall where he split open his lip (it was very bloody and serious). Maybe because he was a 20m old, not sure, yet we were seen VERY quickly (

Rating: 3 /5

Tony Tagalicud

The urgency of the emergency room is outstanding! 6 hours for a useless IV and lack of help from the staff. The most helpful person in the ER is the janitor. I dont understand how the hospital staff can take so long helping patients outs, say there is nothing that can be done when you VISIBLY see the staff gathered around in a large circle talking about the loudness of an infant patient. Your terrible..all terrible.

Rating: 3 /5

Lupe Miramontez

My husband was admitted and we are still in here all the nurses assign to his room were all great Tammy Anna Aland however the nurses who answered phones when patient needs something or if they have pain, Horrible they don't let our nurse know if we call from the room and they just hang up the phone.. I hope you don't have to experience this situation

Rating: 5 /5

Augie 102

My surgery, treatment and care by Regional Hospital staff was exceptional. Dr. Sang Lee and his staff saved my life during surgery and the hospital support nurses and staff made my stay as pleasant as can be. I would recommend Regional Medical Center.

Rating: 1 /5

Christina cayton

I’m not even sure where to begin this review. You didn’t even deserve the one star. I’m leaving this review because of the things that was done to my friend’s husband while under your care. Sadly, he’s no longer with his family to express what was done to him. So I’ll be his voice. You’re a trauma center and should be well aware of why a person has come there, and you were very aware of his medical history and administered medication that he wasn’t supposed to have worsening his condition in the process. Just because he didn’t want to be cathed. Last time I knew the laws state that if a patient is coherent they have a right to either consent to treatment or refuse it. That doesn’t give you the right to medicate them to do what you want. Second off the medication given wasn’t something this particular patient was able to have. When he coded you didn’t ask the family to leave you started your resuscitation efforts with family in the room. With chest compressions there was blood going all over the place. What is wrong with you people? When I worked in health care that was against regulations to do that. They were asked to leave the room. You didn’t even have the decency to clean him up to make him presentable to his loved ones and children. A person has the right to die with dignity which your facility denied him that right. It’s a damn shame that animals die more humane that what he did. You all should be ashamed of yourselves and need to realize that when person is dying you need to be more compassionate to the family and still show compassion to your patient because they’re still a human being. Your staff needs more extensive training especially in certain parts of the hospital. Intensive care and hospice are two areas because it takes a special person to be supportive to the patients needs and to the family. And still be productive at their job. A lot of reviews say pretty much the same things as what I am which should be your cue to step up your game and become a better hospital. These people deserve a chance to live and you all need to see them as people and not a damn paycheck. I don’t want you to reach out to me or post your number for me to call because trust me you won’t be talking to someone who doesn’t know what they’re talking about.