Valley Medical Center
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400 S 43RD ST, RENTON, WA 98055 USA

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400 S 43RD ST, RENTON, WA 98055 USA

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(425) 228-3450

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Fetalai Fonua
Fetalai Fonua

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Can’t staaaand going here!! I tolerate the place because Im always hopeful for a change every time I need to visit the “Local ER” ,I really don’t even know why because every time I go, I’m always waiting 1-2hrs before I finally see a doctor! I’m a family of 6...and I cannot rely on this place!
They have a nice ER section! All renovated and maybe about 6yrs old?? About 35 new rooms and when the lobby is full...u walk back and see their patient monitor screens...there’s only about 4 names???
If my daughter didn’t have an allergic reaction, I would’ve driven the EXTRA MILES(as I usually do), all the way to Either Swedish or Seattle’s children!

Nichole Green
Nichole Green

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

If I could give no stars I would!!!! I took my not even 5 month old son here because it's the closest emergency room to my home. My son projectile vomited 2x and had countless diarrhea diapers before I took him in. It was roughly 9 at night when we got there and the doctor did ABSOLUTELY NOTHING for my son. Had us sitting there for 2 hours and sent us home with anti nausea meds 2 Oz of formula in his belly. Took no blood work, no stool sample, NOTHING! Just sent an infant home saying it'll pass in a couple days without even fully checking him over! The following day my son had 26 diarrhea diapers, the day after 24. Finally the 3rd day when I was 17 diapers in and my son was so dehydrated that pediyalte wasnt even working, i took him to get a second opinion because clearly it wasn't passing in a couple days! My son finally got the proper care needed when taking him to Seattle children's emergency. He had blood work done, stool samples taken and was constantly being checked on. He was diagnosed with sapovirus! A highly contagious virus brought on threw not washing hands which is most common in infants who attend daycare. Within hours my son went from borderline dehydrated to extreme dehydration because of a doctor who said "it'll pass in a couple days" instead of doing his job and taking the proper measures to care for a very sick infant! That man should not be a doctor and needs his license pulled! I will never be taking my son here again no matter how close to my home!

Krystal R
Krystal R

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I just had the WORST Experience at this hospital today.
I took my 20 month old son here, we waited 2hrs. to be brought back (Which I get can be normal)
However, when we got in the treating room, we waited 45mins. Then a nurse comes in and was trying to give our son medication before we were even seen by the Dr.
Excuse me but I’m pretty sure you don’t give medication to patients before doing a Dr exam.
We told the nurse that we don’t want that medication, our Son hasn’t even seen the Dr yet.
The nurse had said, “oh he hasn’t, oh ok well get him in here. “
Then the Dr comes in and does the quickest exam ever.
The Dr wanted to offer my son nausea medication, when he isn’t even nauseous.
Just a horrible/ terrible experience... this is the healthcare that’s provided to our children.
DISAPPOINTED!

Dania Pablo
Dania Pablo

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

The treatment here is worse than the treatment animals would be given. The patients in the waiting area and in the rooms howl in pain, while the staff comfortably laughs and jokes around. Spent 6 hours here and was given no real diagnostic, just pain pills and a shrug.

stanimal P
stanimal P

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Doctors are excellent. Nurses are useless. Wait times are horrendous. Most of the staff there just seem to sip lattes and chit chat for a living. I don’t know why they call it the Emergency, because you get a better sense of urgency at your local Walmart.