john s chasteen
I just spent the Thanksgiving holidays as an in-patient here for hydronephrosis. Given my condition, my 4 days there could not have been more pleasant. The nurses are absolute miracles of care and attention and professionalism and always go beyond what's necessary to make sure you are as comfortable as possible. I am extremely grateful this facility is in the community and seems to be filled with caring medical professionals. Highest rating.
Excellent. Nursing was friendly no matter how grumpy I was. Dr. Hoffman was the best I found out. Information was abundant. Very pleased.
I needed to be admitted for emergency surgery for peritonitis. I was moved to the front of the emergency room line since my situation was literally life-threatening. I was cared for most professionally by a most competent staff. They worked as quickly and carefully as they could and saved my life. They can be paid to act well as caregivers, but they cannot be paid to care. I truly believe they cared. My experience after admittance was equally positive. I'm sorry a 5-star rating is all I can give.
I had an esophageal bleed while in Sedona on vacation/business, the staff there was super awesome and the friendliest most caring nurses and docs in my experience with hospitals....which has been rather extensive the last year. Would give more than 5 stars if that was an option :) Seems like most of these negative reviews are a bit unfounded, in my opinion. As a doctor's daughter, I know many people don't see behind the scenes in an ER so have unrealistic expectations. Verde Valley rocks.
Beware of Oak Creek Physicians LLC, the outfit that provides the ER doctors and certain nurses. In two experiences I have had with them, I have found their billing practices dubious. They also in my last visit misrepresented the nature of my "presentation" despite clear evidence, including my testimony, that it couldn't have possibly been what they wrote in their notes it was. I was shocked and it was months of hassle.