San Ramon Regional Medical Ctr
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Wonderful Experience. I should tell the Nurses are very helpful and professional in there work. Mainly Deborah who worked during night shift was really helpful.
Totally the hospital was very cool and I had very nice experience.
Doctor Woodbury was mindful, compassionate and knowledgeable. He quickly found the root cause of the pain I was experiencing and the solution. My RN was also wonderful to me along with my dog who ended up in the ER instead of his intended walk.
This is a hospital where I gave birth to my baby in April 2018. It was the most beautiful experience of my life. The service provided by the bedside nurses was priceless. They should be called angels and not nurses. The hospital offered several sessions for to be moms and new moms which were extremely helpful. Not only my experience but many of my friends who have given birth in this hospital had to say only good things about this place. I'm so blessed to have this hospital in my insurance coverage. I highly recommend this place for any pregnant woman out there for a safe and happy delivery experience.
I am baffled by the bill I received from this hospital. I went to the ER with a high fever. Service from the staff was very welcoming. They took a swab and tested me positive for the flu. Gave me one Tamiflu pill, chest x-ray and breathing treatment (neither one were needed as the doctor had already informed me that my lungs were clear just by listening with the stethoscope). All in all I was in and out within less than 1 hour. Couple of weeks later I received a bill for upwards of $10,000. Are you kidding me? Who pays $10,000 for the flu? This is outrageous!!! I called the billing dept and they are looking into it. I am hoping they made a billing error. My update will be posted soon!
4/18/19 update - still waiting to hear the outcome of your investigation. Is someone going to contact me? Or is there anyone I should contact?
Unable to understand why the billing department are trying to backtrack and make up a story of why the self pay price for a 20 minute surgery was underquoted and in the end was way less than the insurance out of pocket price because of additional need of one dose of medications to prevent nausea and vomiting by $1600. Sounds they are making up stories to figure out how to justify the balance bill.