Uintah Basin Medical Center

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250 WEST 300 NORTH, ROOSEVELT, UT 84066 USA

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(435) 722-4691
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250 WEST 300 NORTH, ROOSEVELT, UT 84066 USA

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Uintah Basin Medical Center
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3.1 out of 5 stars

Niki Pettingill
Niki Pettingill

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 days ago

I love my general doctor I see, but I absolutely HATE this hospital. Their billing is an absolute nightmare. I've had them completely not bill me for something until several weeks or even months have passed. I've had a bit of an issue with one of the OBGYNs, as he was not helpful for what I saw him for. I've heard of DOZENS of other people who have had major issues with this hospital, and multiple doctors here. I have been to the ER in the past with issues of not being checked on/helped while being the ONLY person in the ER, and multiple staff members hanging around. Kind of annoying to wonder if I will be allowed to get help to breathe or not. Several years ago, my uncle was diagnosed with one of the most rare and aggressive forms of bone cancer. The hospital took longer than they should have to return the results. Had they called, maybe we could have had more time with him before he passed away. I've had issues with them not calling back with test results more than once myself. I literally never get the call. I have to call them and ask them what my results were. I refuse to go to this hospital unless I really, truly need to see a doctor. I have been to MUCH better hospitals. I may transfer to the Vernal Ashley Valley hospital/clinic. I do not recommend this hospital/clinic.

Amanda Moon
Amanda Moon

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Worst experience of my life.
My first baby and they messed up my spinal, kept me awake for the entire thing. I felt everything 10 mins into the surgery because the anesthesiologist "made a bad judgement call" and didnt put me to sleep. He just kept shooting me up with morphine, which caused my heart rate and blood pressure to go everywhere. Then, they had my husband hold down my right wrist while the anesthesiologist held down the left, and sewed me up, and cardorized me. The worst part was when they took my uterus out and set it on top of me, flushing it because I started to hemorrhage and pushing my intestines up because they didnt want to take them out too, it felt like I couldn't breathe. The hospital was just horrible. They accidentally gave me 5 uterine massages, didn't have pain killers for me out of surgery, took them an hour and a half to get them. They backed up my catheter three times, turned off the wrong machine, so my blood clotted the IV, lost my antibiotics and pain killers, so they kept trying to repoke and couldn't get one, blowing 2 veins. It was beyond ridiculous, I was so happy to get out of there. They had to finish my antibiotics by putting shots in my thigh.

Russnliz ChristianMathiesen
Russnliz ChristianMathiesen

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

five stars despite the gloomy news.. sweethearts helping hold all my pieces together.. thank you

Brian Barson
Brian Barson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

Horrible service and almost even worse billing the bill wrong insurance and almost killed my wife HORRIBle SERVICE

Joseph Stewart
Joseph Stewart

2 out of 5 stars

posted 11 months ago

Typically I refrain from writing a review about a business unless it is positive. However, this hospital has left me quite furious. About nine months ago my wife had her fourth miscarriage in a row. It was tragic. After the doctor diagnosed a miscarriage, he rushed her into surgery and she had a same-day surgery that lasted about 1-2 hours. That was nine months ago. Since that time we have healed emotionally, or at least as much as is possible after losing so many potential children. We have paid bill after bill after bill for the doctor, the anesthesiologist, and who knows what else. We were under the impression that everything was paid off. Then today, without warning, we received a bill for over a thousand dollars for the surgery. I understand that we have to pay our bill. But receiving a bill so far removed from the services rendered is such an ugly reminder of that tragic time. It leaves a very poor taste in my mouth. It should also be noted that despite having good insurance, the cost of going to this hospital was about twice as much as going to Salt Lake City (unfortunately we have miscarried on the Wasatch Front not too long ago so we are aware of the costs of a D&C there). So beware the billing. The facilities are nice enough for a hospital, especially a rural hospital. That is why I gave it two stars. We will avoid anything that has to do with the Uintah Basin Medical Center in the future.