Acute Care Hospitals
Proprietary

CASTLEVIEW HOSPITAL

300 NORTH HOSPITAL DRIVE, PRICE, UT 84501
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Not Available (Results are not available for this reporting period)

Readmission

Above the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average

Timliness

Above the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About CASTLEVIEW HOSPITAL

300 NORTH HOSPITAL DRIVE
PRICE, UT 84501

Full service hospital serving South Eastern Utah.

Castleview Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Carbon County, UT.

Castleview Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Castleview Hospital is a proprietary 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

Reviews

I have had two major surgeries at Castleview Hospital, the staff and surgeons we're top notch, Lyman (full UPP) and Justesen (major shoulder repair). And, my wife has birthed two children here. The care was excellent. And, my aged mother has had their great care in a very difficult time. I am also super impressed with the upgrades to ICU and ER. And, I'm glad there is level II care facility in our rural area!! (2 months ago)

My mom went in to the ER on Tuesday with severe pain in the upper right side of her stomach. She has been having trouble with her gallbladder for a few weeks. The nurse that tried and I mean tried to give an IV going blew one blood vessel after digging around. Finally she listened to my mom and put it in her hand. This nurse didn't even know how to read the EKG machine. She had to go get someone else to help her. She might be new, but if you are going to work in the ER you probably should know how to save someones life. Let me say the ER doctor Lori Allen's bedside manner, well she doesn't have one. She was rude, inconsiderate and could have cared less about what was going on. After an ultrasound Dr Allen told my mom, "well I don't know whats going on." Really? She is the doctor so she should be able to figure it out. I ended up taking my mom home with no answers on what is going on. Worst hospital I have ever been to. Dr Lori Allen has to be the worst doctor I have ever had contact with. (in the last week)

Husband is in Icu right now has been for a couple of days and the car he has gotten has been great! Professional, friendly, and caring. But the cafeteria is another story. Love the food they serve but it is no longer open on Sundays not to say it would serve visitors if it was. I work during the day so I was hoping to come and have dinner with my husband at night, bit no they do not serve visitors dinner. Way to make your patients family members feel better and comforted (10 months ago)

Great caring staff. Thank you for the way you took care of my family member. (2 months ago)

I was seen in the emergency room for excruciating pain in my lower back, radiating thru my hip and to my knee and then the outside of my calf to the bottom of my foot, I couldn't lay, sit or stand, the pain was unbarable. I waited in the check in, ER waiting area for close to 30 minutes and they weren't busy, you could hear them laughing and from what I seen there were no other patients. I got to the cubical/room she asked me what was wrong I explained, then the Dr came in, if she was a Dr she looked no older than 20 at the most, she asked me what was going on I told her and she could see I was very uncomfortable and couldn't get comfortable. She checked my leg an it hurt to the touch and determined it was my siatic nerve, no other test were run. The Dr gave me some medication, after 30 minutes no relief and no nurse came to check on me, I waited for another 15 minutes or so still no nurse came to check on me, so I had my ride go to get the nurse, you can here them laughing at the desk and when she went to the desk they all left in different directions, but they was not busy no other patients. So my ride brought back a wheelchair and I was going to just leave, a male nurse came in had me sign out never gave no discharge instructions and could see I was still in alot of discomfort, then he left letting my ride wheel me out, we was going down the hall when the Dr seen us, she said I see still no relief I said no and I'll just go up north to be taken care of, they continued to let my ride wheel me out, they didn't even offer, last I new it was there responsibility to wheel you out. I always remember a nurse to be caring and compassionate not judging and arrogant. (4 months ago)

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