The reason is clear. Havasu Regional Medical Center is a patient-centered community hospital with the resources and the technology to serve as a regional healthcare provider. It's a compassionate place... more that combines the best in local hometown care with the latest in world-class medical technology.
Havasu Regional Medical Center is a The Joint Commission-accredited, Medicare-certified 181-bed hospital located in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Havasu Regional Medical Center is a joint venture between PHC-Lake Havasu, Inc. and many community physicians. Through this ongoing collaboration, we are able to identify and focus on the elements that make for a quality-driven healthcare environment for our patients. Havasu Regional Medical Center meets the definition of a “physician-owned hospital” under regulations of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. A list of the physician owners of Havasu Regional Medical Center is available on request from the Office of the CEO at (928) 854-0018.
As a community hospital and a regional referral center for healthcare, Havasu Regional Medical Center offers a broad and comprehensive scope of services in major medical disciplines. A medical staff of more than 100 affiliated physicians represents a broad cross-section of expertise in 31 medical specialties.
Havasu Regional Medical Center provides 24-hour emergency service with full-time emergency physicians on duty. The hospital has also earned an ALS Base Hospital Certificate from the State of Arizona, authorizing medical direction and support of pre-hospital care providers such as fire department and ambulance personnel.
"Abandon hope all ye who enter" should be etched on the outside of this place. The staff is the most indifferent and callow out there. Of course there are a few exemptions but by and large I believe... more the staff reflects the attitudes of the corporate animals who are responsible for this place. They obviously do not staff the hospital adequately as they seek to maximize their profit for the own selfishness. In severe pain and having to wait 90 minutes for a scheduled pain shot should not be tolerated. Dirty patient rooms, slow draining patient sinks, stained sheets and antiquated beds are the norm here. Personnel who do not know how to operated the equipment and are there supposedly for your care and welfare. It is hard to distinguish the doctors from the janitors at this place as they all dress in scrubs and do not introduce themselves or even acknowledge your existence when entering your room. They order unnecessary test that are ancillary to your condition just to pad their bank accounts. Lake Havasu City and mankind deserves better than this place.
By far the most despicable hospital this side of Arizona. They are for profit and charge an inflated amount. The emergency room PA's and doc's will conduct unnecessary exams just to boost their profits.... more The patient advocate employed here are not there for the patient. I could go on but why bother? There's plenty of other horrible experiences posted here. I wonder why Lake Havasu City governing bodies haven't done anything about this? It's a terrifying thought knowing Lake Havasu City has horrible health care. Havasu Regional owns most of the medical facilities in Lake Havasu City. If you can survive the trip, go to Kingman Regional Medical Center. It's a non profit hospital with trained medical staff.
My worst nightmare became reality; Ten days in a new town, and have to take my husband to ER! I knew about the bad ratings of the local hospital, I panicked!
Well, we were in for a big surprise.... more This is one big THANK YOU to everyone who has been taking such excellent care of us. The efficiency of the ER and hospital was almost frightening and I have had my share of situations like this in different states. Hats off to you!
Everyone knows what they are doing and they do it very, very well. This experience has such a positive effect on us. We found a hospital where EVERY employee cares.
Brian and Brigitte Zeilnger
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 14.8% (1.2% below the national rate)
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