Just got back from the Emergency Room at Long Beach. It wasn't too busy, maybe 10 people waiting at 1am. Saw the intake person after about 15 minutes there. He was very helpful. Waited for over two hours while every person was seen who was before me, and then 5 more who came way after I did. The staff were indifferent when I asked how much longer it would be. Said they would check, but 30 minutes later no one got back to me. I asked again and they checked and said they didn't know how much more time it would take. I finally left without even seeing a Physician's Assistant, never mind a doctor. They still need to improve!
A Google User
Thanks for making life harder for the vets who secured your freedom for so long V.A police department. We don't wanna come here but we do when were feeling down, Kicking us while were down is despicable.
No justification, just pricks.
Oh nice, I finally got my vehicle out of impound and turns out the tow company has been busy at the VA, all requested by the VA Police.. even real cops give us a month on our registration . Like I said out loud in the streets today...
Mr Garcia From Passidena Ca
Thank you everyone for your service. USA ! USA ! 🇺🇸💯
This place is huge you sure can get confused to which way you are going. But as long as you have the right building number and service you are trying to receive you will be fine. Everyone is happy to direct you where you should go to find yourself in the world class healthcare.
Also try out the food area, the food is so good I'll tell you that I would rather eat there than the boring fast food options around. The price is right and quality is above typical. Good eating thank you folks.
A little confusing with the construction as where to go, but every person I spoke with was professional and very friendly. My wait times were very short and I was dealt with quickly. I really like the look of the new construction and the retro addition to the old. I should have come here years ago but felt guilty since I didn’t serve in combat, however, they told me to look at it as one of the benefits of serving and that it wasn’t my fault the first Gulf war started shortly after I got out.
My dear brother (James Feuer) was admitted there several weeks ago. He passed away Jan.17th. I want everyone to know that the staff there was absolutely wonderful to him (and to us). I thank God for each and every one of them.