My Life was literally in Jeopardy the entire time with Dignity Health. Before you think this review is too negative you should know that I’m a Registered Nurse for over fifty years. My treatment at San Martin hospital campus for three days was both horrible and traumatic. In a hospital setting, the response to the call bell for a nurse is critically important. When a request is made a nurse should prioritize and check on the patient immediately. Your IV could have stopped, you might have fallen, must have help to go to the bathroom, etc. In this hospital no one would respond unless you rang the bell in the bathroom, which made them fear that you have fallen. I had to unplug my IV myself to go to the bathroom to ring the bell to get any assistance. I was left with an IV unhooked for thirty minutes which could have caused a life-threatening blood clot. I had a Nasal Gastric tube inserted incorrectly that caused pain and no one would respond to my complaints about the pain I continued to suffer from. Finally, I had to just remove it myself after two days. A nurse also did not set the IV drip rate correctly on a potassium IV, so it burned horribly, I would ring the bell, no response, family member tells the staff, still nothing. After twenty minutes she reduced it to 50% from 100% which demonstrates her incompetence. To top it off when I was discharged the discharge instructions were for another patient. It listed her vital information, all medications, diagnosis, etc. That is a serious violation of a federal regulation (HIPPA). So, to sum it up the entire time from admission to discharge: the level of incompetence, neglect, and indifference from the nurses, techs and doctors was staggering. In fact, the only thing they were good at was listening to request, smiling and reassuring you it would be taken care of and then just forgetting about it.