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2635 N 7TH STREET, GRAND JUNCTION, CO 81502 USA

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2635 N 7TH STREET, GRAND JUNCTION, CO 81502 USA

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(970) 298-2273

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Consumer feedback about St Marys Medical Center

Krysta Monique
Krysta Monique

2 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

In regards to the ER: every time I am here for myself or for family, the staff and doctors are unnecessarily rude. I was brought in on a stretcher, then afterwards I had to try and walk out alone, and without any help. I can’t even ask for a Kleenex without getting treated like I’M a nuisance. Since switching to Community, I am much happier and I feel safe because I’m treated like my life matters to them.

This isn’t a big city. I can guarantee that the ER staff has to deal with a small fraction of chaos/stress compared to hospitals in major cities; so what’s the problem? You don’t get paid without patients. If this many people are giving bad reviews to the ER, can you imagine how many people there are who haven’t spoken out against them? I hope they fix something before they end up with a multi-million dollar, malpractice lawsuit on their hands.

Lisa Mullen
Lisa Mullen

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I could not have asked for better care. I was brought in by ambulance in very serious condition and the ER was ready and waiting for me. They quickly determined what was wrong and immediately began taking the necessary steps to keep me alive. I spent four days in ICU and one day in a regular room. Every doctor and nurse that took care of me was wonderful.

Dean Pappas
Dean Pappas

3 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Very conflicted review. The post op team on the surgical floor were really very very nice, and the surgeon and other doctors explained procedures well, and were attentive. BUT, Number 1) my 96 yo mother was sent to a rehab facility (we live 2 hours from GJ) without any orders for pain medication after hip replacement surgery. It took 2 days to get pain medication to my mom (Thanks, modern medical procedures!). I couldn't (and still can't) believe it!!!!! Number 2) I was given 20 MINUTES (!!!!!!!!!) NOTICE THAT SHE WAS BEING DISCHARGED (after being promised the night before that she would have one more day in rehab). It was her birthday and we had a party planned for local friends... I was planning on leaving the room to go to the gym...I COULD HAVE EASILY GONE TO THE GYM AND COME BACK TO FIND MY MOTHER GONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The surgery evidently went well, but the discharge was absolute hell...and I vowed I would never return to St. Mary's for anything. It will take a long time to calm down from this experience.

Phil Harang
Phil Harang

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

My wife was flown in by helicopter after a serious accident. She spent 20 days in the ICU and was given excellent care. The doctors were expert and took the extra time to help her and also keep the family informed of her condition, treatment and prognosis. I felt confidant that she was getting the best treatment available.

Gayle Living Oak
Gayle Living Oak

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

They treat you like they could care less about you living and have no conscious. The ER was disgusting. One nurse was making lewd remarks about the patients coming in needing care. Zero compassion wad witnessed. The charge nurses, after my parent was admitted trusted the computer as if it was a human thinking mind. My mom almost died. Ever since Florida bought out the Catholic Sisters of Leavenworth, it has been, a poor choice of healing centers