Located in the beautiful high desert of southeastern Arizona, Sierra Vista Regional Health Center proudly calls Sierra Vista, Arizona home. Nestled in the San Pedro River Valley 75 miles southeast of Tucson,... more we enjoy spectacular mountain views and year-round temperate climate. Serving our 40,000 residents in the communities of Sierra Vista, Ft. Huachuca, and Cochise County, we offer these facts:
88-bed, Joint Commision accredited, acute care facility
62 active, 60 courtesy, and 14 Advanced Practice Professionals
More than 7,600 annual patient visits
1,000 new citizens born here each year
28,000 annual emergency room visits
375,000 tests performed annually in our accredited full-service laboratory
State of the art technology
Well-appointed and maintained hospital
The first thing you will notice at SVRHC is our caring, committed and compassionate spirit. Committed to providing quality care, close to home, we are dedicated to meeting the health care needs of our region and exceeding our patients’ expectations of customer service.
Led by a team of health care professionals and physicians, our common goal is to provide quality care to the patients and families we serve.
Sierra Vista Regional Health Center was founded in 1963 as Western Baptist Osteopathic Hospital. Compassionately serving our region, our hospital offers state-of-the-art technology; modern facilities; Emergency Services; a Maternity Department with birthing suites; a Level 2 Nursery; Intensive Care, Critical Care, Medical/Telemetry/Pediatric care, Medical Surgical; the latest in Diagnostic Imaging; Laboratory Services; complete Rehabilitation Services; an Outpatient Surgery Center, a clinic in Tombstone, and so much more!
Licensed by Medicare, the State of Arizona, and accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, you will find us unequalled in southeastern Arizona. We treat all patients, regardless of their ability to pay, and strictly adhere to the tenets of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (E.M.T.A.L.A.). Sierra Vista Regional Health Center is proud to uphold the standards of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Terrible experience, my brother dislocated his finger which broke skin and they told him that they could fix it but of course, they couldn’t. They ended up holding him there for 7 hours, putting him... more under extremely strong meds TWICE, with two doctors yanking his finger to the result of them not fixing his finger but making the situation worse. Since they had put him under such strong meds and they were not able to help him, they made him take an ambulance to tucson, resulting in a $2000 bill. I advise to NOT go to this hospital, I have heard so many bad stories. It’s better to drive up to Tucson to save yourself from any extra pain and suffering.
I have been there twice in 2017.
Once with a head wound. The receptionist was on her cell phone and never looked up at me, fill out the form have a seat. I sat for well over an hour and was never... more seen. No one else was in the waiting room the whole time. I was just ignored. No ice, no cloth for the blood, Nothing. My GP's were appalled that I was never seen. I spent months with constant vertigo. Months after the accident, I was finally able to get to see a Neurologist.
Second time I went in. 911 had called ahead. I had cut my knee open severely. My daughter took me to that hospital. I checked in, by this time the packs that the 911 people put on me had been very bled through and was now leaving puddles where I walked. The rude receptionist was so busy in her conversation she wouldn't listen to me...fill this out go have a seat. I tried to tell her surgery was expecting me. She wouldn't listen. So like a good sheep I went and sat. There was an older lady and she said " honey, you're bleeding." I said "yeah, I know and their going to let me bleed to death." She saw the person having the conversation with the receptionist, walking away from the receptionist. She got his attention. He was a surgeon. He handed me a washcloth. Someone from behind that secret door came out. She cleaned me up and I showed her a picture of what was under all the packing, her face turned white, she took my phone and showed them I guess to someone rather important. I was taken back immediately. However and this still stumps me and my GP's, I was stapled together and sent home. No surgery.
I will NEVER go back to the place where the receptionist is so inattentive and uncaring. She always talking to someone other than the client. She needs to do her job and it should be more about looking her clients in the eye and paying attention to what's in front of her.
Went to ER for extreme hypertension and low kidney function and was admitted to hospital from 5 thru 9 May 2018. Staff was courteous and respectful throughout my stay. My complaints if any was a 10 hour... more wait to get admitted from the ER to a room and the duty nurse upon discharge provided the wrong catheter equipment the first time and I had to call attention to that whereupon the problem was rectified. Other than that the care I received was quite good.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.6% (0.4% below the national rate)
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