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Phone:

(951) 845-1121

Address:

600 N Highland Springs Ave, Banning, CA 92220, USA
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Website:

www.sgmh.org

Emergency services?

Hospital group service?

Consumer feedback about San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital

Rating: 5 /5

Gilbert Mendez

On 12-27-2017 we came in the ER everybody was so nice and welcoming. It was a pleasure having Isaiah as a RN Nurse. He was Awsome did such a Great job on making our stay comfortable even though it was crowded and busy in the ER. Such a positive attitude, very kind and helpful.......he just made the difference. Thank You so much and keep doing what your doing!

Rating: 5 /5

Jason Flo

I’ve been to the ER here twice. My longest wait was just around 35 minutes and they are packed. Great service, care and attention to details.

Rating: 1 /5

Kristin Fielder

My husband was having a heart attack. We are Kaiser patients but this was the nearest ER facility. Our nurse was completely inept and the doctors weren't much better. The nurse (whose name was something like Bvelyn), said my husbands enzyme test came back negative so "he's probably just having gallstones". This was the second heart attack he's had (and he's only 46 y.o.) so he's familiar with them. Anyone with the slightest knowledge of heart attacks knows that enzymes from heart attacks usually don't rise until the next day, which is what his did and drastically. He was in the throes of a major attack and she was acting like we were overreacting. She was very slow to respond to our calls for help and always acted like we were annoying her. Thankfully, Kaiser got us transferred that night and my husband was able to have surgery at a Kaiser facility. Unfortunately, there is some damage to his heart which may have been caused by the delay in reaction from San G. Horrible hospital!

Rating: 2 /5

Sergey Vinkov

This morning I had awful experiences with ER nurse who has complicated name kinda Xintau. Finally, I asked to change the nurse for my American family. She definitely hurt my feelings in Christmas. I feel so broken. How she got access for this job? What's happened with license system in the US health care? The ER doctor's communication was good.

Rating: 1 /5

Gage Ainsworth

I went to the er here a total of 2 times for dizziness and swelling in my lower left jaw. The first time I was prescribed antibiotics. The second time I came in I was given a Shasta cola and pushed out of the door. By this time the swelling was to the level that I had issues opening my mouth and talking. The swelling made the left side of my jaw bulge. I went to the urgent care down the street the next day and they sent me to the er in Montana where they had to perform surgery on my face so the swelling wouldnt crush my wind pipe.