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.
Went in for X-rays. Normally when I get doctor ordered tests, I check in, get them done with no up front pymt and if they need to charge me more afterwards I’ll get a bill for $20. Not the case at this... more hospital. First they checked me in and charged me $93. Okaayyy, different but okay. Then I get a secondary bill for $163 and some change.i have never ever had to pay that much for X-rays. I’d heard this place is notorious for overcharging. Thinking of calling my insurance company and asking them to investigate.
I went here on 10/25/18 to find out what was wrong with me my cheat was hurting, throwing up, knee was hurting all they did was X-ray my chest and didn’t find anything and all they did for my knee was... more feel it no X-ray and the receptionist at the front wanted my fiancé to shut up my 1 yr daughter and they could’ go in the back with me. I would rather go to valley view before here again. My fiancé was in the waiting room she witnessed where one person asked for a wheelchair because someone was pregnant and another one was probably having a heart attack and another that was coughing and could barely walk and no one would bring these people wheelchairs.
Bad hospital. Don't go unless you are dieing. They won't prescribe opiates even if you need them, are in severe pain and have no drug history. Didn't help me at all and got a thousand dollar bill after... more insurance. My doctor was the one that correctly diagnosed me a week later. Then the bill comes and their collection department started harassing me not even a week later when I already paid previous bills with them in full and on time. Felt like the collection department was treating me like white looser trash.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 14.8% (1.2% below the national rate)
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