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3.1 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
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BISBEE, AZ 85603

Copper Queen Community Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Cochise County, AZ.

Copper Queen Community Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Copper Queen Community Hospital 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

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10:58 pm Currently here because a car accident I was in and when I first came here the receptionist was rude the entire time tried to sit here and argue with me, when I was admitted into my room made a special trip to come into my room arguing about a question I asked. Personally I came here for all the good things I heard about this place instead of going to Sierra Vista because the wait and I come here for this? This is my first time here and I haven’t seen a doctor yet and I don’t even think I want too. (in the last week)

I had to visit ER here yesterday because I didn’t want to wait for 3 hrs to see a doc in Canyon Vista ER in Sierra Vista, and it was the best choice to go. I was able to see a doc, took some tests, got the results of them and got discharged within 2 hrs. Every staff was very nice and especially, the ER doc was very professional to dignose my symptoms that other doc said I just had acid reflux, (I don’t have it actually) which I’m so satisfied with his treatment. He took his time longer than other docs that I’ve met before. I hope the nurse practitioner was more careful to remove the patches on my body for the tests that I had. She forgot to remove them. Other than that, I absolutely recommend to others to go ER when they need to. (a month ago)

Great service! They saw me right away and I was in and out. The ER doctor was fantastic and very informative! (in the last week)

Came in around 10:30PM. Was admitted quickly and efficiently. Staff was amazing. Glad I drove here from Sierra Vista. I had a CT scan within 20 minutes of arrival and results about 20 minutes after that. (5 months ago)


I agree with Talon, below. These people are so rude, unless they are friends of yours. You walk in, they make no eye contact, you wait while they ignore you, then someone a "friend" walks in and it's HI, so and so, meanwhile.................They have changed "nurse practitioners" on me twice. The first time she let me know, the 2nd time, I had no idea, and when I needed my medications refilled, instead of it "being in my file already" I had to make, yet, another appointment, spend more money. They nickle and dime you and while most doctors tell you blood results and test results over the phone, these people make you pay for a visit to come in, even for something as simple as an easy test result that came back fine. They wouldn't give me the right kind of medicine one time and I did lose it to the rude people in the front office, but WHO doesn't give you the right kind of medicine??? And, so, after everything, they sent me a letter certified that they were no longer going to accept me as a patient. I apologized for MY part in the circumstances but would they acknowledge THEY did anything wrong, of course not. And, don't try to have surgery there, the surgeon, Dr. Snure, takes months and months to get on the same page as you to try to get an MRI scheduled so you can have the surgery you need. I eventually had to find someone else. I also, before I knew the 2nd "nurse practitioner" was leaving, decided enough is enough and found a doctor with 5 stars in Sierra Vista. I hope they are more compassionate, patient and efficient. Why do their employees keep leaving if they are so perfect? Why don't they treat all their customers with respect and courtesy? Then they take the almighty high road and blame YOU. I'd say DON'T GO THERE. Hopefully, if I need the ER one day, at my advanced age, they won't let me die. (6 months ago)

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