I hear horrible stories about ER experiences, but I’ve never had one at the West Hills Hospital. Though the wait was a bit longer than usual this time it wasn’t their fault. There were a lot of people there so it can’t be helped.
I found the nurses and doctors to be kind, caring and concerned. No complaints here. Probably not the norm but I appreciate and understand the medical field...it’s not easy, especially in an ER full of sick, crying children.
Keep up the good work, and thank you!!
I was on the Cardiac Care floor. I have had many surgeries. The care and the devotion and knowledge
these nurses gave me was unsurpassed. I was made to feel calm and got me through a very scary time.
I don’t know what I would have done without those nurses.
Thank you so much!!!!!
I gave West Hills Hospital 5 stars because they saved my life! The nurse in recovery recognized my behavior as urgent and called the Doctor. After six days in intensive care I returned home very grateful to all the Drs. and nurses. Thank you!
This ER deserves ZERO stars! This not a treatment facility but a Butcher house.
It’s unbelievable how the place dropped in a few years time, they do an initial exam and let stay in the main lobby for hours before attending an ex-tay/ultra sound/give you a room.
I waited nearly three hours with chest pains standing in the lobby!!!!!!!
There were couple of people literally crawling on the ground from pain without given a room!
A very old couple that was there even before I came, maybe in their 80’s giving up and leaving due to not getting treatment or getting called in for a room.
What a Disgrace
Brought my 2 month old baby boy with a fever and I’ve been waiting for 6 1/2 hours. No one has come to see how he is doing and everyone who has came before and after us has already left. I would assume that they would see him sooner being that he’s a small infant.