Acute Care Hospitals
Proprietary

CORONA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

800 SOUTH MAIN STREET, CORONA, CA 92882
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Above the national average

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average

Timliness

Below the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About CORONA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

800 SOUTH MAIN STREET
CORONA, CA 92882

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Corona Regional Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Riverside County, CA.

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

Corona Regional Medical Center 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

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Reviews

My daughter just had a baby at Corona Regional. Thank you to all the AMAZING nurses, techs and people that were working April 23, 24, 25th. You all are amazing, loving and hard working people. My daughter's experience was the best. She was so happy with the care she got that she was scared to go home. Thank you from the bottom of this new granny's heart.❤ I already knew you all are amazing from my experience...but I take my hat off to you all. This is why you all are award winners..your heart is felt in the jobs you all do. Eternally grateful! (a month ago)

This place definitely needs to have more bilingual nurses. And better costumer service. Nurses are really quick to cut you off when speaking. (4 weeks ago)

Hospital was up to date and impeccably clean. Came to deliver my 5th baby, which I was actually alone. My labor was fast only 4 hours of a minimal amount of pitocin. I chose to come in when i was 5cm since my labors are so fast, I didn't want to have the baby at home. All the medical decisions were decided with me and my nurse Amy, who was awesome. She kept things quite, brought me whatever i needed. She was there the whole time thankfully. Amy and the doctor never made medical decisions for me, instead they discussed what they were going to do before they did anything (starting pitocin, breaking my water, etc). She brought me a peanut pillow for my knees, which was amazing! I declined any vaginal exams after the water was broken, and they respected my wishes! The hospital even let me eat in labor, which no hospital has ever before (jello, popsicles, broth etc.) The nurse even caught the baby, he came so fast! She also let the cord pulsate for 5 minuets. My OBGYN did go home since it was 7 pm, but another doctor came in and handled my hemorrhage and stitches quickly without any incident. I was worried about the reviews, but only negative is since its a small hospital the maternity ward is right next to the regular rooms. Great experience and i highly recommend! (a week ago)

Came into the emergency room for a family member and they had trash all over the floor and a syringe dropped on the floor. Coming from a medical background this is disgusting and displeasing for family members to walk into. I cleaned it myself because I would never let a patient see that. Doctors and nurses took so long to see us because doctor was too busy walking up and down the hall flirting with the nurses. All they care about is money the case manager seemed to only be concerned about that. (2 weeks ago)

In town for work I was unfortunate enough to have by big toe nail ripped off. I'm pacing my hotel room trying to stop the bleeding and I called my insurance. They sent me to an urgent care that was closed. I finally called 911 and asked for the nearest hospital and had my driver take me there. The intake process was rather painless (pun intended) and the staff were all warm and helpful. Oh, speaking of that... my driver dropped me off at the wrong end of the hospital so the receptionist called someone and a security guard walked all the way over from the ER with a wheel chair to take me all the way back. All told I was there for a few hours but after all was said and done I left there better than I arrived and educated on what to do from here to recover. There was even a piece of information I forgot that was told to me so I called back to the hospital and got sent to someone in the ER right away. The PA that answered my call was, again, very helpful and took the time to answer all of my questions. The biggest takeaway from this for me is that I feel I can trust these people and that's a big win for me. (7 months ago)

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