Acute Care Hospitals
Proprietary

DAVIS HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER

1600 WEST ANTELOPE DRIVE, LAYTON, UT 84041
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Below the national average

Readmission

Above the national average

Patient Experience

Below 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 DAVIS HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER

1600 WEST ANTELOPE DRIVE
LAYTON, UT 84041

Davis Hospital And Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Davis County, UT.

Davis Hospital And Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Davis Hospital And 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

Location and Directions

Reviews

This hospital profiles you, and then bills you and your insurance incorrectly to get more money from you. Their "patient portal" has no explanation of what you "owe". I am DREADING delivering here in a few weeks. The only reason I am is because my doctor is AMAZING. The hospital just sucks. (2 weeks ago)

I thought I’d share my hospital experience for moms looking to deliver soon. I stayed at Davis Hospital for the birth of my son on 4/11. Unfortunately I learned that my body metabolizes epidurals quicker than normal so it wore off after 40 min. My anesthesiologist Matt and nurses were in there checking on me and adjusting my medication manually every 30 minutes for at least 10 hours of my labor. The staff there is incredible and I have never felt better cared for in a time that I couldn’t care for myself. The postpartum nurses were amazing and never once made me feel like I couldn’t ask a question or call on them. If you’re looking into Davis I really recommend them. I couldn’t have made it through the delivery without the anesthesiologist being so caring and ensuring he made me as comfortable as possible and I don’t think I would have gotten that care anywhere else. Their nurses are top notch and we’re prompt on answering all my questions and if I called them to my room for anything, big or small they were on it so fast. I had many questions and fears and they walked me through it all. I couldn’t have asked for better care for myself and first baby. If we have another, it’ll be at this hospital!! (a month ago)

My wife delivered twins near the end of May 2018. The whole experience has been absolutely fantastic. Everybody from the C sections doctors, anesthesiologist, NICU nurses, lactation specialist, to the postnatal nurses have been so awesome and professional. We never had a "bad" nurse and we had a lot of them being there 4 days for C section recovery and twins in the NICU for over a week. Even room service was great. The food was okay... some things were not the best but it's hospital food what do you expect. They did do a candle light dinner which was pretty nice with a tablecloth and sparkling cider. Thanks everyone! (in the last week)

I was just at the Davis Hospital for surgery. The nurses were so nice and ready to help as soon as you needed something. I felt like I was their only patient (although there were many patients there) and that made me relaxed about the surgery. The only complaint I have is the outpatient surgery waiting room and the surgery prep rooms you wait in before you go into surgery were dirty! There were holes in the sheets, the floors hadn't been swept or mopped in a long time, it appeared, and there was dust on the medical equipment. I know it's a busy place but I'm sure the rooms can be cleaned in the evening when all the surgeries have finished up. It's not comforting to someone who has never been there before. Makes you wonder what the surgery rooms look like. My recovery room was clean and private, so that was great! But, I am so happy with my experience there. The staff makes Davis Hospital a great and comforting place. And the most important thing... my doctor is amazing! (3 months ago)

I went to Davis 2 weeks ago and gave birth to my first child. The recovery team was wonderful and super helpful but during labor, my experience wasn't what I expected for $4200. My anesthesiologist was rude and quiet. Every time the machine acted out and I was in tears, she'd come in with attitude, never asked how I was feeling or explained what was happening to the machine running the epidural. One of the nurses who transferred me to recovery from labor rushed through.. *I vaginally gave birth to an 8lb 6oz child* I was still numb and slightly traumatized from being in labor for 14 hours and pushing for an hour. I understand this is routine for everyone but this isn't routine for first time mothers. 2 issues to fix: compassion and communication. If you're searching for these two things while giving birth- don't go to Davis. (a month ago)

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