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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Oro Valley Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Pima County, AZ.

Oro Valley Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Oro Valley Hospital 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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I got into ER right away. Had A Fib and treated immediately. Stayed 2 nights. Loved the cardiologist and the hospital dr. (a month ago)

Worst place ever! My mother went in for a knee replacement, staff knew full well she had a large hiatal hernia, my mother threw up several times while laying down in her bed, no one bothered to make sure she did not inhale any of it. She was released later that day, got home and threw up again while laying down and was in ICU an hour later with a stomach full of fluid and stayed there for several days with Aspiration Pneumonia. Their billing is a joke. We have been paying on a plan since early this year only to find out they forget to set it up so now my mother got turned over to collections because of their mistake. Northwest in general has questionable practices and if possible avoid them! (3 weeks ago)

no cardiologists or neurologists on staff- if you have issues requiring help in these areas DO NOT come to OVH. If you have some sort of insurance they can suck dry they will admit you and hold you so they can bill your insurance until it runs out. I got NO medical answers to what my condition was (after holding me 2 days they eventually said I had a stroke) but with no neurologist on staff could not get treatment or any answers.....they held me for 5 days telling me the whole time I would have to be moved into their rehab unit on the 3rd floor, until finally my insurance told them they wouldn't pay so they finally released me. It was like being held for ransom. Stay far far away......... (3 months ago)

Terrible. Brought my 89 yr. old grandmother in to the ER. We never spoke to a dr. Only a physician's assistant. They admitted her, by 178/68 the next morning I asked if she was given her medications a nurse said no because her bp had been running low. Wanted frequent blood samples, understandably, drew blood for different veins instead of using the IV port that was left in. Never was given a diagnosis, thought to be a bacterial infection of some kind, never sent in for culture. No communication, are there any Dr' s in the ER? Very rude, impatient. Very disappointed. She has great insurance, and Oro Valley Hospital being a for profit hospital, I cannot believe the lack of care and seemingly cutting corners on staffing. (2 months ago)

Clinical Staff are great but attempts to contact with any problem are full of frustration. Most common response is "I can't help you with that". The medical records dept. and billing dept. are the worst to deal with! (a month ago)

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