Horrible, horrible, horrible. I went in because I just moved here and hadn't been set up with a primary care doctor yet. I have degenerative disc disease and my left leg started going completely numb.... more Long story short, I went in and had the physician assistant in the ER talk to me like I was a drug addict. He was talking down to me, until I insisted that he look up my chart in Monterey county (which shows that I took myself off of pain medicine, of my own volition, after I had an epidural and physical therapy) and I asked him to order an MRI, since I knew my back had become worse. He finally ordered the MRI and, once he got the results, and proof that I have a legitimate issue, he stopped talking to me like a degenerate. It's sad that, because of the widespread abuse of medication, people like me are treated like addicts. It is unfair, embarrassing and demoralizing. I will never again wait 4 hours to be treated like something I'm not. I went there for help, not unfair judgement. This isn't the same hospital it was back in 2002, when I had my son. The labor and delivery people were great. The ER department, on the other hand, is a nightmare. They should drug test people when they come in, especially if they're there for a pain-related condition. I would have gladly submitted to one. Then, once they established that I'm not a drug addict, I may have had better treatment.
(everyone will have differing experiences just cause that's the mere reality of Life and it's ups and downs and so forth....wishing the very Best for all who choose Clovis Community Hospital!)... more
Above Amazing! Thank u Staff! And all the amazing NICU nurses (too many to mention) and delivery room staff for being super Awesome the entire time! I feel humbled and privileged to have my daughter born here and am grateful that she was blessed with such good and loving hands to take care of her while she matures and grew in the NICU! Good Job a Thousand thumbs up!
Feb. 2016 my son was transferred via ambulance to Clovis Community ER. He was having severe head pain, the worst I've ever observed. They told the ambulance to put him in a chair in the waiting room.... more We sat there for 6 hours totally neglected. Finally, his pain was so bad, that I demanded someone look at him. I literally thought he was dying (I'm also a nurse). They took him for a CT Scan and found out his brain was bleeding. Then it was suddenly an emergency in their eyes! They immediately transferred him downtown to CRMC where he had emergency surgery. I live right next door to this hospital but would never choose to be seen here after this experience. Very scary!
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.5% (0.5% below the national rate)
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