Critical Access Hospitals
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QUINCY VALLEY HOSPITAL

908 10TH AVENUE SOUTHWEST, QUINCY, WA 98848
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Medicare Performace Measures

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Timliness

Above the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

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2.3 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
Not Available / 5 from Center for Medicare Services (There are too few measures or measure groups reported to calculate a star rating or measure group score)

About QUINCY VALLEY HOSPITAL

908 10TH AVENUE SOUTHWEST
QUINCY, WA 98848

Quincy Valley Medical Center, located in Quincy (Grant County, Washington) is a medical complex composed of a 25 bed Critical Access Hospital, ... Quincy - WA 98848

Quincy Valley Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Grant County, WA.

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

Quincy Valley Hospital is a government - hospital district or authority hospital.

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Reviews

This is literally the worst hospital I have ever been to. One of the nurses forgot to turn my IV on, after being transferred to a different hospital, they never sent my information after being asked THREE times, and I mean for christs sake, the CT machine is outside. None of the nurses knew what the hell I was talking about. I was given no call button so I had to sit and yell in my room in pain until someone heard me. Worst experience ever. (11 months ago)

Went there for the first time and doctor and nurses took very good care of me. Even the xray tech. AWESOME! (11 months ago)

Terrible place. Maybe better if you can speak Spanish. Doctor Dietsch Fernando was rude as hell. Did not listen at all. Comes into room yelling without even introducing himself. He was Mexican. I was in a lot of pain. I stare in disbelief he yells again. I say I can hear you I am just Shocked at your abruptness. What I wanted to say to this Rude SOB I can not say here. Doctor Fernando did not listen and only reported on one injury, even though I had two injuries. If there was a 0 Star for revtiew hat's what i would mark. AVOID THIS PLACE!!!! My first visit was here for UA for a new job. The Spanish Male nurse acted like a Drill Sargent ordering me to do things. Awful Attitude. Maybe if you are Mexican better place to go - not sure -- Also the large employers in Quincy have this medical center in their pocket "My Guess" . If you get hurt on the job in Quincy go to Moses Lake. I will get re-checked and new X-Rays at Moses Lake hospital and maybe a Doctor that introduces himself and listens and does his job correct. STAY AWAY FROM HERE ... If Possible (2 years ago)

I find any comment that starts off mentioning the race of a Dr. or its staff alone not worthy of of any opinion. Keith's constant mention of the "Mexican race" and how "if you were Mexican, then, go there", absurd and irrelevant to the company he is trying to bring down to his level. Correct me if I'm wrong but the last name "Diestch" doesn't even come from Spanish or "Mexican" background. I'm curious to see if Keith did a follow up at another hospital and what their results were pertaining his chief complaint. Funny how in one rant, not only does he attempt to dimish all the hard efforts and lives saved at QVMC but also faults the business's of Quincy because he didn't get the answer he was hoping for. I stand by QVMC, their staff, and quality of care they provide in a building that is in desperate need of upgrades. It is proof that you don't need the finer things in life if you have the heart, knowledge, and compassion to readily treat and care for ANY human being, regardless of race, gender, or ethnicity. Keep up the good work QVMC!! (a year ago)

They didn't give me pen for bee stings and never sent my records that I was stung by a bee so I can get the epiepen (2 years ago)

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