Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital
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After reading all these poor reviews, I was terrified to go to this hospital but circumstances beyond my control dictated that I needed to get to Emergency asap when I had severe abdominal pain. I spent a week in this hospital and each day, I anticipated something bad might happen that would justify everything I had read. I am so happy to report that it never did. On the contrary, my experience here was one of the best I've had in a hospital. I found the care exception and most of the staff, especially my nurses to have been extremely compassionate and caring. Yes, of course, it's not perfect and there are things I would change but truly I say to anyone who is fearful to go here, do not be so.
Unfortunately there is not a way to say no stars. This is the worst hospital I personally have ever been too. I have only ever had one good interaction here, and it was solely because of the Doctor. The billing people are not helpful. The waits are extremely long, for both medical care and for billing help. Dignity Health could not be any further from the actual facts. I do not recommend this place for anything.
Always received good care at this hospital. All nurses and technicians were friendly and most were very capable and caring.
This is a small hospital where the population has outgrown the capacity of its services. However, the care here is exemplary. The staff is dealing with lack of space, a renovation, and many other problems yet deliver care with compassion. I have a complicated medical history and the ED doc actually knew about my rather rare conditions. I was treated with respect, kindness, and as much speed is possible. Don't believe the negative reviews - the people here are fantastic considering what the have to deal with.
Visiting our inpatient friend, we were enveloped in urine/fecal odor the moment we left the lobby and walked down the hallway; we found our friend sound asleep, bedpan next to his legs, full of poop, his genitals exposed. He obviously had managed to slide himself off the bedpan after no one came to assist him. The odor was overpowering. We chose not to awaken him in this humiliating circumstance, and headed to the nurse’s station to report the situation — which they surely could smell — the nurse chuckled, saying, “Really ? I can hardly believe it ,,, I was just in there !” We handed her the card to give to our friend and left.
I think not!