Paradise Valley Hospital was just named among the 2014 "100 Top Hospitals" in the nation by the international research firm Truven Health Analytics, based on quality of care and patient satisfaction... more from public data.
For 21 years, the list has recognized hospitals with the best outcomes combined with operational efficiency. This year, Truven evaluated more than 2,800 acute care hospitals across the nation on 10 performance measures, including patient safety, clinical standards of care, lower 30-day readmission and mortality rates, patient satisfaction and average patient stay
This place is garbage all the nurses and doctors included. My father was hospitalized due to heart failure and he didn’t even know what it was as the people there just told him it wasn’t serious the... more nurse Blanca is a real b*tch she just told my father he was going to die anyways after my dad asked if there was anything they were going to do for him. My father stayed about a week he said they wouldn’t take him his meals even after we had to call in his order they never took him food we had to buy him food. He was transferred to another hospital and when he was being transported by this hospital they sent him on an empty oxygen tank which caused his heart to just give out. We are suing this hospital. It needs to be shut down. Stay far far away from this hospital.
I wouldn't go back to this place if my life depended on it. I came in for a deep splinter on the top of my finger. I was here for a total of 30 minutes. The staff took my blood pressure and then the... more so called doctor looked at my finger for about 45 seconds and went to make a phone call. He came back 15 minutes later and told me I needed to go see his "friend" the hand surgeon. He wrote me a script for antibiotics and they gave me a tetanus shot.
Then, they billed me 700 dollars for my visit (after insurance) and told me the so called doctor would send his own bill later. Well, I just got the bill and he charged my insurance over a thousand dollars, half of which I had to pay because he was apparently "out of network" (I wonder why?). I looked at my insurance website and they sent multiple charges totalling over 4 thousand dollars (so I expect more bills to come) . All to do absolutely nothing and send me on my way.
Do not go to this hospital unless you want to be robbed. I regret ever walking in the front door. I'll be paying off my credit card charges from this trash hospital for the next 2 years. And the splinter is still in my finger.
Edit: No I'm not sending you my information I can't see anything good coming from that. I also noticed on the papers I recieved that they put me down as a "Heavy Tobacco User", which is a complete lie. I haven't used tobacco products in years and told them that when they asked.
Edit 2: And the extortion continues. Just recieved yet another bill for over $350 dollars. Called and asked what the charges were for and they are sending an itemized bill. The lady on the phone was really nice, but I don't know if I can send anymore money at this point.
Edit 3: So the scam artists won in the end. I paid the bill in order to not take a hit on my credit. Hope these fake doctors are happy.
All the staff were great! I was so nervous about my heart procedure but the staff RN Suzy spent time talking to me about the procedure and answering my questions. My surgeon Dr. Phan is the best!! I am... more on my way to a great recovery and would recommend this hospital and my doctor in a heartbeat!!!
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 16.0% (equal to the the national rate)
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