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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Below the national average


Below the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



The Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center is a stunning, 352,000 square foot facility that is set on a spacious 80-acre medical campus in North Carson City.

Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Carson City County, NV.

Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


We went to the ER Friday night. My daughter was having tachycardia and we were sent there from Urgent Care, who facilitated our arrival. As we walked in the door, we were met by a nurse who was waiting for us and who ushered us straight into a treatment room. A team of no less than 9 practitioners immediately got to work to help my little girl. It was amazing! The entire time, I felt that these nurses and doctor were using every tool they had to diagnose, comfort and cure my little girl. When they had exhausted their expertise, they gracefully admitted it and facilitated a seamless and safe transfer to Renown in Reno, where she could receive the next necessary level of care. I will forever be grateful for their efforts, their knowledge, their professionalism and their incredible care. Thank you Carson Medical Group. We have had nothing but good experiences in your medical system. (3 months ago)

When I went to visit a dear friend in the hospital having her first baby, I was majorly impressed by this community hospital. Not only was the staff attentive and friendly but my friend and her newborn were safe and deeply comforted by the quality of care they had received. Additionally, I stopped by the cafeteria to grab a bite to eat, and it was absolutely delicious. The entire hospital was clean and the atmosphere was warm, calming, and inviting. My hat is off to Carson Tahoe! (4 months ago)

My husband and I had the great pleasure of having our first baby at Carson Tahoe in February 2017, and we were absolutely blown away by the top-notch care we received. They treated us like family, and went above and beyond to care for us and make sure all of our needs were met. They laughed with us, we shared stories, and overall I could not have asked for a better experience. They exceeded our expectations in every possible way, and I am forever grateful. The team of nurses, physicians, and care providers will always have a special place in my heart. Fast forward six months, and my son came down with a stomach bug and 103 degree temperature. It was 2 o'clock in the morning, my poor baby was screaming as his fever wasn't responding to Tylenol, and my husband and I were in a panic as first-time parents. But in that moment, we knew exactly who we would turn to - Carson Tahoe. We started by calling Carson Tahoe's free 24-hour nurse health line for guidance. The nurse advised us to take him to the nearest Emergency Department; fortunately, Carson Tahoe's ED was only 5 minutes away. Upon arrival, we were kindly greeted by their staff, and within 10 minutes we were all checked in and had already seen the nurse. Wow - I cannot say enough about how incredible our experience was...They even gave my little guy a teddy bear, which instantly made his sweet little face light up (it's still one of his favorites to this day). Everyone was so kind...the nurses and doctors were phenomenal, and the nurse even held him for a bit and they played peek-a-boo together. They treated us like family, and their compassion made a world of difference in helping us get through a scary time. We are very fortunate to have such an amazing healthcare provider in our community, and I wouldn't dream of going anywhere else in the region for care. From the bottom of my heart, thank you Carson Tahoe! (4 months ago)

So I am writing about my recent experience regarding carson tahoe hospital. Not the old one. I went in last night exhibiting these symptoms: dizziness, nausea, fatigue, fever 98-101, disorientation, shortness of breath, sweating, cold sweats, muscle spasms, extreme body pain,and a large wound on the top left thigh that showed signs of infection that was under the skin. Before going in, I had made a list of my symptoms, when they started, and the tracking of my fever over the course of three days, which was how long I had been suffering through this. I specifically wrote this information down so that my husband knew what to say to the doctors. He was working and when he got home he took me into the ER. I knew that I wasn't going to be able to talk very well due to the pain and disorientation, so I made sure to give my husband the reigns. I made sure to put him down as my power of attorney just in case anything happened the last time I was in the hospital. As my husband carried me to where the wheelchairs are kept, he placed me down into one, then rolled me to the waiting line. Took over 15 minutes to get checked in, and when we did, apparently two nurses ran over to us and started asking what did she take. My husband kept telling them she doesn't do drugs, and she didn't take anything. She got bitten by something on the thigh, and now she's getting worse! They had automatically assumed I was a druggie. They proceeded to roll me into a side waiting room because I was making too much noise because of the pain I was in. It took 30 minutes for them to finally come an give me a beginning iv, and to take some large vials of blood. I then was left again for another 10 minutes before two more nurses came by to ask more questions. Again I was referred as being a junkie. (Please bear in mind my husband wrote down all times and any other info just to be thorough later) I was then rolled into a private room where a nurse started a saline solution, checked my vitals, and spoke kind words to me. I told the doctor that I had prior history with large infections like this (mrsa) back in 2011 at this very hospital. He began to question as to what for. I told him that I was acting just like I was now, the symptoms were the same, the rate at which the mass grew were the same, that I was going to bet that they were going to treat me the same by making an incision, draining, then putting packing gauze into it, gave me some antibiotics, then sent me home. Only problem was after they did that back in 2011, not even a whole day went by before I became deathly ill, my parents showed up and took me to renown where I was put into surgery asap and inevitably my life was saved due to that action. Of course carson tahoe couldn't 'find' these' records as well as the power of attorney paperwork I had filled out for my husband. I know for a fact that they keep their records electronically for 3 years, then file it downstairs once it's older than 3 years. The doctor ignores the fact that I had prior history when it came to this, ignored what I wanted to do even though I have insurance so money isn't the issue, and wasn't kind to me in any way. The only time things went my way in this entire process is when I grabbed his coat tails, pleaded with him, and begged him to put me under because of my ptsd, to do surgery to remove all the dead tissue, and to not do what they did to me the last time-small incision and packing gauze, then home for three days. He freaked out on me saying I shouldn't grab his coat when he's about to cut into me, and that he couldn't work like this. I apologized then proceeded to beg to be put under. Mind you that this is when I finally started to get medication via iv that would calm me, and take away pain. So a total of three hours without pain medication. I finally get my wish. I get put under twilight, it gets drained, and packed with gauze, then I get sent ptsd flares even while I'm in a disoriented state and am passing out every few seconds. What I am concerned about is that some doctors aren't taking this serious. (2 weeks ago)

Wonderful experience and great staff! Nurses were exceptional at their jobs and as kind as you would only aging them to be. Very friendly and helpful. Starbucks was awesome and convenient. Food was amazing and even "chef" was kind and even personal. (4 months ago)

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