Do yourself and your loved ones a favor: drive to Sutter Roseville. This is the biggest joke of a hospital I’ve ever had the displeasure of coming to. I have been here on several occasions for my son... more and myself. This last trip has included rude lab technicians drawing blood from me, arguing with me when I ask what they are drawing from my body, and rudely telling me I wouldn’t know what it is anyway. I’ve also been given medication that’s unsafe for pregnant women despite being tested twice for Pregnancy. There is an utter lack of communication from the doctors to the patients and, seemingly, the doctors to the other doctors, nurses, and technicians. I have had one doctor I’ve had a good experience with, Dr Bahia, but the rest have been rude, absent, or unenthused. I just want to go home, yet I am still here, with no answers, with people drawing blood without knowing what they are drawing for, and berating me when I ask.
I will say- the nursing staff and CNAs are fantastic. They are clearly overworked and short staffed, but they are fantastic, helpful, and have excellent bedside manner.
I suffered a heart attack just two month after moving back to the Yuba-Sutter area. I initially went to urgent care and was transferred by ambulance to Rideout Hospital. I received very good care from... more the time I walked in to urgent care to the time of my discharge from the hospital.
The time spent in the ER before admittance to a room was a bit excessive but nonetheless, the care was exceptional. While being away from this area for 17 yrs and having no knowledge of doctors or caregivers in this area, I believe I was assigned one of the best surgeons for my bypass surgery. I feel the ICU staff gave their best and most professional care while at the same time, were very personable. Once moved to the cardiac ward, the care was very good.
Even follow up with my surgeon and cardiologist have shown they pay attention to the patient’s input as well as discernment of their medical expertise, and experience. Thank You for saving my life!
I had my son on the 21st of August and left on the 23rd. The discharge nurse left his umbilical cord clamp on and it got ripped off causing a infection. After checking with a couple of friends that just... more had babies and the hospital removed their babies clips I called to ask if they were supposed to remove it before we left, they said yes and they're sorry they didn't and it was a good thing that I'm taking him to the doctors to be seen!
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 16.6% (0.6% above the national rate)
There is no indicators supported for this facility. If your hospital is part of major country or region based indicators that you value, please suggest it to us via our suggestion box in the bottom left corner and we’ll consider it's integration.