Lodi Memorial Hospital in Stockton, CA with Reviews - YP.com

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By: hennyv
Dameron Hospital
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 it wasn't for her encouragement and patience, I would have ended up with a C section. I got my own room which I loved! The food was really good as well. The only thing that I would say was a downfall was the security being very strict on how many people can come to the room since me and my husband have a huge family and this was the first grandchild from both sides (which was a big deal!! everyone came!) but I know its for security purposes so its understandable. Overall this hospital was great!!!
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