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By: Pearl N.
Oro Valley Hospital
This review is posted in the hopes that other families will not have endure what my family did:Empty halls, supervisors who treat family like they are less intelligent. Some nurses were wonderful, others should have their licenses yanked. If a unit supervisor tells you there probably are bugs in the food- what would you do if you were a patient? Stay away from the ICU or the SBU. They are MEAN, uncaring, make jokes about you while you are walking away, frighten the patients with lies about how their family doesn't care about them. Leave them dirty and their soiled beds, respond to the call bell on the average- 45 minutes. Withold daily meds and can't recall and WON'T look up when the last meds were given. Our family member FELL waiting 50 mins in the bathroom. Make up false names of nurses so that when you call back, they can tell you no one with that name works there. All of this is true. Don't put a loved one in their care. Should be shut down. Don't let the building fool you- like a beautiful frame for an ugly painting.
By: Raymond K.
Oro Valley Hospital
I had right knee replacement surgery at Oro Valley Hospital on February 25, 2014, and was discharged to return home on February 27. Throughout my hospitalization, the nurses and other staff failed horribly in managing my pain. For two successive nights, after buzzing repeatedly in desperation for pain medication and waiting 90 minutes, I finally got a response. All complaints made by me and my wife were met with hostility and defensiveness. I would never be hospitalized again at this hospital, under any circumstances. Their personnel are disorganized, unresponsive, and lacking in compassion.
By: Star T.
Oro Valley Hospital
I recently scheduled a delicate outpatient procedure with Dr. Victor Chen. He his staff were attentive, caring and went so far beyond my expectations. I felt truly cared for, comforted and safe in their hands. None of the other hospitals in Tucson even come close to how well they treated me in Oro Valley. If I or anyone in my family needed it this is where I would want to go.
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