San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital

MedicalRecords.com Rating
115 reviews
3.2
MedicalRecords.com Rating
115 reviews
3.2

In the heart of Banning, Riverside County, California, San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital is a government-run hospital with an Emergency Department, Cardiovascular Services, and Inpatient Surgery, among other services. The quality score for this hospital has not been provided to the public yet. Use our convenient HIPAA-compliant online process to request your medical records from any US healthcare provider (including San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital), and we will send them to you quickly and securely at your earliest convenience.

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Special Care Services

  • Intensive Care Unit

Emergency Services

  • Emergency Department

Orthopedic

  • Joint Replacement

Cardiovascular

  • Cardiac Rehab

Radiology / Nuclear Medicine / Imaging

  • Computed Tomography
  • Computed Tomography-Angiography

Rehabilitation

  • Physical Therapy

Surgery Services

  • Inpatient Surgery

Other

  • Obstetrics
  • Hemodialysis

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Emergency Service Available

Yes

Group Service

Yes

Hospital Type
  • Acute Care Hospitals
Control Type
  • Governmental Hospital District
Total Staffed Beds 61

ICU Beds 6

Licensed Beds 79

Bed Utilization

0.4487312

Total Discharges

3,039

Total Patient Days

10,251

Total Patient Revenue

$293,905,790

TPS Quality Score 32.25

MedicalRecords.com Rating
115 reviews
3.2
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Andrew Gardner

In January, 2019 I was experiencing severe stomach pain and shrugged it off as the flu. My RN wife told me I had better run to urgent care. The doc took a look and spot-diagnosed it as appendicitis and sent me over to San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital. Once there, I was very warmly received and triaged. The nurse was very personable, and made me feel like I was in good hands. She explained the process, including what would be expected if it WAS appendicitis. This allowed me to make arrangements with work and other upcoming obligations right from the hospital. The thing I remember most fondly about the experience was about 1am when I first arrived and was waiting on the diagnosis I was hooked up to the IV and the room was cold. I was just sort-of dealing with the cold room and falling asleep when the nurse unexpectedly put a nice warm blanket on me. When the physician notified me that it was in fact appendicitis, they scheduled an appendectomy for the next morning. The nurses and hospital staff was wonderful. They were caring and I could tell every step of the way they had my best interests in mind. Very glad we have such a well-run hospital in our community.

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FasT_Ed MuM_E

All I can say is that I wished I had delivered my other 2 children at this hospital. I delivered my baby here and stayed for 3 days. This was the best hospital. ALL the nurses at the maternity ward are amazing!!! The nurses at the recovery room also amazing. Everyone treated me like royalty...lol really!!! Their food is very good and the hospital is also very clean. Its a small private hospital and I had a room to myself. I highly recommend this hospital. I want to thank all the AMAZING nurses (too many to name) that took care of me and my baby. May God bless you all and continue giving you that passion to take care of others. I'll never forget my stay here.

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Daniel Ramon

I was hospitalized last year for 10 days due to a diabetic coma but I’m better now, the staff was extremely friendly and always happy. My time there while in pain was very nice

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Brianna Martinez

Moving to the area several months ago it was nice to have an urgent care so close. Friendly staff all smiles and polite. Hospital I guess is typical for small city life. Waiting area was a bit tight with limited seating but I understand being an ER nurse. Families come in numbers. I didn’t think it was appropriate for food to be eaten in view of lobby by personnel. My apology for a delayed review. Settling in to the city is a big change for us .Thank you for recommending the outpatient XRay center. Us nurses need to stick together. All in limited on some resources for hospitals but a good urgent care with compassion and competent staff. Thank you all.

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Mitzy

I love the nurses there... Not sure about the doctor that said there is nothing wrong and the little iv fluid I got long gone now. I'm left shriveled and in the state I came there in. Called the ER and they had no record of me apparently. As in only a couple hrs. Hard to provide for family of 5 and get such little care or answer... the nurses are great though... Not sure where to go now...