Sequoia Hospital in Bakersfield, California with Reviews -
  • 1.Sequoia Healthcare Inc

    4300 Ashe Rd


    5.03 mi

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By: Tracy F.
Kaiser Permanente Stockdale Medical Offices
I've been a member for about 15 years. Their doctors and nurse are great. They're very knowledgeable and they are very thorough. They also like to teach their members how to stay healthy. My only complaint is the pharmacy; they're a bit unorganized. Most of the time, prescriptions are ready when they're supposed to be, but sometimes, they're not ready and no one notifies you of that. You can order your prescriptions online, but they don't tell you how much they will charge your credit/debit card until they ship the order. I'd like to know the cost of my prescriptions at the time I placed the order.
By: taniavictorian
Comprehensive Blood and Cancer Center - CBCC
Wow!! This is an amazing clinic the compassion and love that they have for their patients is remarkable. We had a wonderful experience at this clinic. We were very unsure and scared about cancer but their ressurance about the treatment was very helpful. I hope no one has to come to this facility ever but if you do, this is the place to be with cancer.
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By: Dana P.
San Joaquin Community Hospital
cath labI went in for testing in Jan 2015. Everyone I had contact with was caring, friendly and professional. I ended up staying 2 days. My nurses were awesome.
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