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Phone:

(510) 357-6500

Address:

13855 E 14th St, San Leandro, CA 94578, USA
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Consumer feedback about San Leandro Hospital

Rating: 1 /5

Javoni Gilliam

I went to that emergency with high no and leg pain hours later was never seen so I left and came back the next night with the same symptoms and same thing I was in the waiting room for hours so I went to another hospital. Never will I go there again I don't care how bad I feel.

Rating: 1 /5

Yanqin Huang

This hospital sucks. It takes forever to get a doctor. You'll be waiting a couple hours just to get a checkup. It costs $500 without health insurance. Total ripoff. Visa and Mastercard only.

Rating: 2 /5

Tori Schooling

My Son went to the emergency room on 2-6-2018 of shortness of breath the security guard talk so bad to my son which my son gets dialysis push him and the hospital bed with just a hospital grown on out in the cold and start talking bad to my son which my son said a charge nurse told the security guard to do that I'm going to the media with the video my son took of this happen at 12am in the morning

Rating: 3 /5

Jroc Photography and Productions

Good and bad experiences here, more bad than good and for the most part it's the doctors and Not the Staff, Nurses etc.

Rating: 1 /5

Renee Davis

Referred from an emergency care center. Waited several hours to see a doctor. Had 1 test. Waited another 45 minutes. Dr.H came in looked my swollen leg , asked me where it hurt and offered Vicodin and told me to see my primary physician the next day. It took all of 5 minutes. Unless you are shot,having hard attack, stay away. I left with my leg still in crisis. Total waste of my time.