San Gabriel Valley Medical Center

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438 W LAS TUNAS DRIVE, SAN GABRIEL, CA 91776 USA

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Consumer feedback about San Gabriel Valley Medical Center

Jae Garcia
Jae Garcia

5 out of 5 stars

posted 16 hours ago

Had a wonderful experience! The staff is awesome and is always looking out for all its patients! There's no need in some cases to ask for services as the staff is on top of your care and needs. Not to mention that they are super friendly and down to earth! Couldn't of asked for a better birth and delivery location and experience than the one that I received. No demand or need for care was ever overlooked or disregarded- it was prioritized and quickly met! Would definitely recommend this hospital to anyone giving birth ! If I have more kids I'm definitely coming back!!!

Sandy D
Sandy D

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Was transported by ambulance to ER and then admitted. The staff at ER were great. Everything ran smoothly and they made a decision to admit me pretty efficiently and transferred me to the cardiac floor. The doctors here are very knowledgeable. (I hate to say it but more than many I have had in the past, but it is a fact!) The nurses here are very concerned, helpful and act like they care about their patients and like what they do. The transport team was great too. I was taken by Josh, who is part of the transport team countless times for MRI. Jose, the MRI technologist was very nice and professional.

Sorry I'm not crazy about the food. But as we know it's an on going joke about hospital food...Hahaha...2 of the night my friend brought me soup for dinner.

They used to have private rooms even though it was classified as semi-private because of shared restroom or non-shared restroom. Now the rooms are really semi-private where you are sharing with another patient. Sometimes it was hard to rest with the other patient in the room due to them yelling or calling for the nurse really loud or having personal conversations really loud or having the volume for the TV really loud all the time. I hope that the hospital would consider going back to the other setup. All the hospitals I have been in recently are setup with one patient per room so the patients can get better rest.

Overall I think this is a nice facility. If I was to get sick and needed to be hospitalized, I would consider coming back to here.

Laurie Ishii
Laurie Ishii

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I was in and out of there in an hour and 45 minutes - but the care I got was exceptionally good. I had them change my picc line - and the nurse did an excellent job. The doctor was very kind and experienced as well. The intake nurse was very nice and professional and I wish I lived in San Gabriel, because I’d much rather go to this hospital than any other hospital I’ve been to in LA, besides Cedar Sinai - but I liked the staff better here.

wei wang
wei wang

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Dora is teaching the patients how to massage and she is very friendly she loves to help the patient. She is helping the patient to feel better.

Maria Solorio
Maria Solorio

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

Had my baby monday , i've had a great second time experience all the nurses have been so much help . Currently breastfeeding my baby boy and a huge thanks to dora cruz helped me and showed me ways to help me produce more milk just when i felt like giving up breast feeding , she so compassionate about what she does and helped me keep on wanting to do whats best for my baby boy