Willamette Valley Medical Center

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2700 SE STRATUS AVE., MCMINNVILLE, OR 97128 USA

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(503) 472-6131
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2700 SE STRATUS AVE., MCMINNVILLE, OR 97128 USA

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Consumer feedback about Willamette Valley Medical Center

Debra Coldwell
Debra Coldwell

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Father was taken to emergency with dangerously high potassium & kidney failure. He was admitted to icu & the staff that treated him from ER to ICU were so kind & compassionate as well professional. A special nurse in icu sat all night with him & comforted him.

Guadalupe Martinez
Guadalupe Martinez

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

The doctor and one of the nurses were very helpful. The remainder of the nurses seemed irritated because they had to do their job.

Samuel Avendano
Samuel Avendano

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I am writing this review at one A.M. at another hospital. That’s how aggravated I am about Willamette Valley Medical Center.

I’ve been the the ER twice in the last three years. Once for my self three years ago, and then brought my wife tonight for some medical help.

When I went, it was Saturday night. I was in and out quick. Hardly any checking. I went in for some intense pain in my ears that literally had me moaning in pain. They checked my ears and said they didn’t see anything, but was probably just an ear infection and to go see my doctor on Monday. 8 hours later (Sunday morning), the pain was worse and driving me insane. I went to immediate care and the doctor there told me I had a horrible ear infection and couldn’t believe it when I told them what the ER doctor had told me.

Now tonight, I bring my wife to the ER. They quick diagnose her. They don’t run any scans or even touch her to diagnose the pain she was having in her back. They give her some medication and tell her the same thing they told me, see your doctor on Monday, then they send her home with me. When I get my wife home, she’s now in so much pain she can’t move to leave the front seat of our car. I decide to take her to the Newberg hospital out of desperation.

Now I’m sitting here getting ready to have my wife discharged. Magically, she’s not in pain any more. Or maybe it’s because the doctors here actually physically checked her out and diagnosed the correct medicine this time around. You be the judge.

Oh yeah, one more strike against Willamette Valley Medical Center. Tonight the NEWBERG hospital called over for my wife’s records to make sure they didn’t overdose her on medication from what the McMinnville hospital gave her 3 hours ago. It took McMinnville two hours to get the paperwork to the NEWBERG hospital. Seriously. I have no experience on working at a hospital, but that just seems stupid. We were just there and they decide to take their sweet time sending over records.

In case you can’t tell, I’m very aggravated at the McMinnville Hospital.

I will never go back to the McMinnville Hospital.

C coe
C coe

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

Been to the er a few times here and always good. But the rn TiP in the er is awesome makes you feel welcome and comfortable. Definitely makes you feel it ease when there for whatever.! Guy should get a raise lol

Candi LaBonte
Candi LaBonte

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

I was in severe pain and everyone from the ambulance driver's to my RNs to the admins have been so supportive to try and get my pain and keep it under control and to make sure I have everything I need. They have made a very unpleasant situation as comfortable as possible. Thank Willamette valley hospital staff.

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