Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private


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Medicare Performace Measures


Above the national average


Below the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Below the national average


Below the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Huntington Hospital is a 619-bed non-profit, community-focused regional medical center based in Pasadena and 15 minutes from downtown Los Angeles!

Huntington Memorial Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Los Angeles County, CA.

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

Huntington Memorial 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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My gripe is with the surgical team at this hospital. My wife was admitted for emergent surgery after a miscarriage and we were told it would be a low-risk routine procedure that should take only about 20 minutes. It was 10:30pm and I was escorted to an empty waiting room in the hospital. The anesthesiologist spoke about the surgery with a flippant attitude and assured me that I would be updated as soon as the procedure was over. I waited alone with no word from a soul for 3 hours!. After the first 40 minutes, I began to worry and tried to find somebody on the floor nearby who could help, but no one was around. I then used a phone at the desk to call the operator who told me that she would phone the OR and recovery area and would call back with an update... I not got a call back. I then called the operator again and she said no body was answering the phone and she had no update. I asked her what floor and room number the recovery was and she did not give it to me, she said she would call again and would get back to me ASAP. Again , there was no return call, it's now over an hour and a half, I tried calling the operator again and after being on hold for quite a long time, and demanding that somebody update me. I was assured somebody was on the way. I waited, it's now over 2 and a half hours without any word or contact. I found a maintenance worker and demanded they take me to the OR recovery area. When we got to the area there was no access in. Finally, 3 hours after going in for a "quick, 20-minute procedure" I finally saw my wife. The Dr who assured me that he would speak to me after the surgery had long gone, and when I asked the PACU nurse why no body bothered to inform or update me, she was rude and gave the excuse "I was busy." REALLY!? was there no body else in the whole hospital who could have updated me? This was an agonizing experience that could have so simply been avoided. I know someone who was permanently disabled from a "routine" procedure like this and while sitting and waiting for hours, one starts to assume the worst. (in the last week)

So far so good. My dad was transferred fro. White Memorial he was transported and had intake done in less then an hr. The nurses were very attentive and helpful. Thank you Saro and Imelda. Let's hope the rest of his is as well. (a month ago)

Worst service ever. Went in for emergency psychologocal assistance for a family member, sat for 4 hours with only vitals being taken. No sense of urgency, empathy or understanding. Never again will I refer this place to anyone. (a month ago)

Delivered my baby here and I cannot express how incredibly wonderful the nurses, doctors, pcas and lactation consultants were. The nurses were always available and made sure to explain everything to us, constantly checking in and making sure that we were doing ok. The lactation consultants helped me latch baby almost immediately, and would stop by to make sure she was doing ok. So glad that I was able to deliver my baby here as the entire experience was truly wonderful (3 weeks ago)

Lack of professionalism! Went in the emergency room & had to get surgery so they sealed up my wallet to put in a safe that I was told, would be easy to get ahold of after surgery. Post surgery I had to spend 3 hours asking the emergency staff for answers on my wallet & they avoided me & giving me answers so I had to walk around the main lobby, ask one of the officers for help, and do everything in my control to get the emergency ppl to take me seriously & begin locating my wallet. My pain started kicking in & I had to struggle to buy my med due to my money & cards being in a “safe”. Absolutely incompetent staff! To top it off, I had to go home & spend hours calling the admitting office the next day & drive back to the hospital to recuperate my long lost wallet! Patients who had surgery should not have to deal with this kind of problem * I DO NOT recommend TRUSTING these people with your belongings* * I DO NOT recommend coming here for emergencies* (a month ago)

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