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1.Sonora Regional Medical CtrServing the Markleeville, CA area
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I entered the hospital today, the volunteer at information asked for my name and where was I headed. when I told her she said I was not on the list. She advised I walk over to registration. I explain
2.Dameron HospitalServing the Markleeville, CA area
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I had my baby here almost a month ago and I cant explain how awesome everyone was. All my nurses were very nice, patient, and extremely helpful. But Tammy, one of the RNs, is the best nurse ever!!! If
3.Carson Valley Medical Center
1107 Us Highway 395 N
Carson Valley Medical Center, established in 1993, provides medical assistance and health care services to patients. Its areas of specialization include orthopedics, podiatry, gynecology, urology, car
4.Sonora Regional Medical CenterServing the Markleeville, CA area
At Sonora Regional Medical Center, our passion is health - in all of its forms. Whether you have the flu, are giving birth, battling cancer or have an emergency that could find you fighting for your l
5.San Joaquin General HospitalServing the Markleeville, CA area
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6.Barton Memorial Hospital
2170 South Ave
South Lake Tahoe,CA
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ER is terrific. The place to go in an emergency.
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