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Medicare Performace Measures


Above the national average


Below the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average



Arizona. Chandler Regional Medical Center. At Chandler Regional Medical Center, we're here to keep you happy, healthy, and whole. Learn More. Hug Longer.

Chandler Regional Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Maricopa County, AZ.

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

Chandler Regional Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - other 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

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Insurance Fraud Beware!!! I have been to the emergency room more than once in my life and have received the same type of tests that were done to me at my visit at this hospital. I just got a bill that they charged my insurance company 18,000 dollars and that now I owe them money. I have NEVER been charged 18,000 for anything but surgery and a hospital stay. I even just had surgery for the issue they diagnosed and it only cost 20,000 for a SURGERY that makes sense . Are you insane!!!! I will never ever ever go to this hospital ever again. I hope if you are reading this that you take my advice and go somewhere else. I also have read multiple reviews and see this isn’t the first time you are frauding people and insurance companies. (a month ago)

I was brought by ambulance from one of the small dignity Dignity Health emergency rooms due to appendicitis. I reach Chandler Regional at about 8 p.m. Friday night and had my surgery the next morning about 11. I had a pretty good experience overall except for coming out of surgery the nurse was rather rude. I was under anesthesia and I guess I kept asking the same question which of course I don't remember and she got upset about it. Then I asked if she could give me some ice chips because my mouth is really dry and she was feeding them to me like she was annoyed and the ice was going down my chin. If I wasn't so out of it I would have told her exactly what I thought of her. I'm glad I didn't read the reviews before I came to this Hospital or I probably wouldn't have come. All in all everything went great and I really liked my surgeon he was very knowledgeable. (3 weeks ago)

ER staff Rn Ryan ( your extra kindness made a difference) and Dr Andi Wolff made a scary stay, so much better. Great attitudes Thank you🥇🥇🕯You can tell when people love their job.🌻🌻🌻 (in the last week)

Terrible labor and delivery triage. I was sent home two times while I was in active labor. The doctor could care a less and I saw her 2 hours after my arrival where she only offered me tylenol for my pain. The second time I was sent home I drove home and upon arrival I decided it was necessary to go to mercy Gilbert. Upon arrival I was 8 cm dilated and bleeding profusely from a torn placenta. I delivered shortly after that. Had I not gone to Gilbert I would have had my baby outside by a tree. Baby could have been put in grave danger as I had a tear in my placenta. Now I understand why people die in hospitals from malpractice. On a positive note the nurse I had was very kind. I understand she was following the on staff doctors orders. I would never return there again, nor would I entrust any of them to care for my family. (3 weeks ago)

After I took my dad to Banner and had an awful experience of them not listening or talking to me and sending my father off when he was at his worse state, I took him to Dignity, and they helped me have closure. Dr. D. Reynolds and A. Waghray were amazing doctors and kept me in the loop with everything concerning my father. The nurses were also all super nice, and my dad enjoyed them as they took good care of him. Banner told me my dad was having strokes and that was causing the issues he was having but after taking him to Dignity they thought something more was happening and said they would turn even stone untill they were 110% sure they found the answer. They made me feel confident my dad was in the right hands. He ended up having cancer that Banner do not catch and passing away a week after they found it. They gave my dad and I closure instead of just saying " oh ya he just keeps having strokes." They kept looking and cared. (2 weeks ago)

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