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Medicare Performace Measures


Above the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Not Available (Results are not available for this reporting period)


2400 EAST 4TH ST

Paradise Valley Hospital is a member of Prime Healthcare. PVH is in National City, California Here you can access information available on Welcome Page.

Paradise Valley Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in San Diego County, CA.

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

Paradise 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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It's seemed to me in the ICU they were inexperienced when there supposed to be professionals and yet another loved one passes away here I dont know why they even went to that hospital or why that hospital is still providing service for patients. Another thing is HIPA the nurses gave information over the phone that I thought is private and falls under Hipa (a month ago)

not the best hospital around a little run down nurses are great some doctors act like they dont care. But if ur in need of an emergency they will help u out. (a week ago)

Stay far away from here they do not care about there patients at all. I have a broken ankle and sat in the waiting room for 6 hours then finally got seen by a "doctor". He didn't know anything and then I got x-rays which then took 2 hours for a answer... I don't even think they looked at my xray and they said my foot is just a little swollen and they couldn't tell me why it's swollen or anything.. worst hospital ever if it's a real emergency you might die waiting there just to find out your doctor isn't a real doctor. It was ridiculous. (2 months ago)

I went in for lower abdomen and back pain.first of all the hospital is very dirty I seen them take one person out of the room and brought someone new in there they didn't change the bedding or nothing and the baled I was in the sheets were dirty and there was bloody bandaids all over the back of bed and on floor. They told me I had a pulled muscle but didn't once check me for anything this is the worst and the dirtiest hospital ever....I have no clue why they are even open! I have contacted the health department hopefully they get shut down (3 months ago)

My father-in-law was brought in to the ED from complications of pneumonia (unknown at that time). He was in extreme pain with every breath it took and he was crying out from it. The ED nurse that was taking care of him, told him curtly to "shut up you're being loud." First of all, where is the professionalism? Would you ever say that to a customer? I wouldn't. Second, where is the compassion? Nurses should be taking care of their patients physical and psychosocial needs. For him to tell him to "shut up" because he was crying out from pain is outright demeaning. Nurses should be assessing the problem and figuring out to fix it. NOT telling them to shut up. If he did not have compassion, why not have some empathy? How would that nurse feel if he was in pain with every breath he took? Probably the same way as my father in law, but people tend to forget to see how it's like in other peoples shoes. We are never going to this hospital ever again, and the only reason we did this time was because it was the closest ER around. Next time, we'll drive the extra 10 minutes to a Sharp or Kaiser, but never again at Paradise Valley. (7 months ago)

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