Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Church


1000 TRANCAS ST, NAPA, CA 94558
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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Below the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Below the national average


NAPA, CA 94558

Founded in 1958, Queen of the Valley Medical Center is a Catholic non-profit full-service medical facility that provides Napa Valley with cutting-edge health care.

Queen Of The Valley Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Napa County, CA.

Queen Of The Valley Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Queen Of The Valley Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - church 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


The Fitness Center is state of the art. There is a separate area used for physical therapy & rehab., The warm water therapy is particularly helpful. The instructors are too notch-they really tailor exercises to your soecific needs. They have free art therapy classes for people with chronic conditions 1st & 3rd Friday of the month. There are other free and low cost courses available for members of the community, in particular, nursing mothers, camcer patients. Check the website for details. (2 weeks ago)

Horrible experience! I still have night terrors more than 2 years later. How about NOT profiling people!!! It was not my choice to have an injured back and a pcp that never sent me to a specialist. And to look up my minor children's files, despicable. Kept my family out. Not one person I know that saw what I went through for months after that will EVER show up at your business. Nurses are mean! (3 months ago)

Update # I apology for losing my cool with the woman in billing as she does not determine the costs. Their billing is outrageous and we have no rights to dispute charges, it's just is what they say! $13,600 plus dollars for radiology work and an EKG for what turned out to be anxiety; as I was concerned it was more and wanted my husband to be checked out after complaining at work about some pain when breathing. He was not in major distress but I was concerned and convinced him to get checked out after his work shift. He was at Queen of the Valley for about there about 1 hour with our Son, and glad my husband is ok but we now have been hit by a major bill (after insurance and adjustments close to $5,000) and this just set us back financially for awhile! We also have very good insurance (and the bill ate up the entire deducetible) but this facility knows how to take advantage! Really wrong. I am happy to have changed to Kaiser as one false step with Queen of the Valley as our Provider for emergencies and we will end up in financial crisis. :( I am very upset, something just feels wrong about the astronomical charge. (a month ago)

I came in as a sitter for a patient of mine (I work at another facility). I asked for help since my patient wanted to use the restroom and I've never been here before. She used a very sarcastic tone with me saying "You don't know how to unplug an IV? GREAT." As she walked away. I responded with "Yes, because I don't work here and that's why I'm asking for help." Thank you for making me feel incompetent. :) (3 months ago)

Extremely dissspointed to say the least . Some great nurses, social worker was very helpful. The hospital just treated the symptoms for my 80 year old mother, never ruled out the underlying cause of her symptoms . Just did the basics and referred us to a GI. They SHOULD have addressed the GI while in the hospital and should have done a Chest x Ray . Basic standard of care was minimal (a month ago)

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