Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Church

SONORA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

1000 GREENLEY ROAD, SONORA, CA 95370
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Below the national average

Safety

Below the national average

Readmission

Above the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average

Timliness

Below the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About SONORA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

1000 GREENLEY ROAD
SONORA, CA 95370

Sonora Regional Medical Center is a hospital in Sonora, California, serving Calaveras and Tuolumne counties. SRMC provides 24-hour emergency care, acute care, surgery ...

Sonora Regional Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Tuolumne County, CA.

Sonora Regional Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Sonora Regional 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

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Reviews

This is the worst hospital! I was taken here by ambulance after a fall, while having back spasms and numbness in my legs. After being left for hours shivering in wet clothes and socks, I was given a CT scan. I was told nothing was broken and was "fine". The doctor - DR. GREGORY P BOWERMAN- was incredibly lacking in any kind of bedside manner, or listening skills. He essentially told me to just get up and go home, despite the fact I could not move my legs. I politely expressed that I didn't think he was listening and asked for another Doctor. He told me he was the only Doctor present, despite the fact that this was contradicted by the nurse. I asked for a nurse. I worked with two nurses. The first I believe was named Debbie, who was semi-professional, until she moved two feet away, staying I was “fine” to whoever was listening, while rolling her eyes. Dan was the second nurse. He was insistent I get up to leave. I asked for a walker as I couldn't get myself to the car. I had to insist on some sort of medication for the pain. I was given a 10 day Rxn and told I could not borrow a walker unless I had a stroke. He quite aggressively put me into wheelchair. As he rolled me outside I explained I could not even feel wheelchair against my legs and something wasn't right. He told me that I needed to "walk it off" and to "stretch" and that I would be "fine". After going home I found that I was unable to move my arms without having spasms, so I went to a different ER. A full MRI showed I had suffered spinal cord damage and needed immediate surgery. If I had "got up" and "stretched" per the recommendation of Sonora Regional, I have no idea what kind of further damage I would have done. Three weeks after surgery, I am still unable to feel one full leg, and have "foot drop" - due to extensive nerve damage I suffered during that fall. I wonder how many other patients come through here, and suffer due to the lack of care provided by these « professionals ». This hospital is disgustingly unprofessional and the competence here is questionable. I would avoid this place at all costs, for one's own safety. (a month ago)

I have never had better service from a health care provider. I went into the emergency room and was seen right away. A huge shout out to Stephanie in ER for making me feel loved and taken care of. Lauren in ER for comforting me after finding out I would need emergency surgery. Jessica up stairs for watching over me throughout the night and making me comfortable and to Dr. Bradley for making time to see me on short notice. Once I was discharged, a wonderful nurse called me over the next few days to see how I was and answer questions I may have had. It warms my heart to know there are such great people out there doing a very hard job. Thank you Adventist Health! (6 months ago)

WARNING ! Simply said, this is the most despicable death house in California. Hospital leaders have zero interest in health or organization, just money. The left hand has no clue what the right hand is doing. Their incompetent doctors must of barley made it out of medical school at the bottom of the class. X-ray scheduling phone recordings saying they will be with you in a few minutes but be prepared to listen to their lying recording over and over for 45 minutes. They need to be kicked out of the county and their building confiscated. (a month ago)

I truly believe this hospital killed my dad!!! He had a nasty fall, and they monitored him for 3 hours and said he was good to go. He wanted to be admitted but they wouldn’t admit him (I didn’t know hospitals could do that ) sent him home. He had a heartattake that night and died. He was 44 years old. Guess what insurance he has medical.... yup . This hospital is suppose to be about saving lives and love and dignity and respect, I haven’t seen that at all!!! (4 months ago)

Adventist healthcare system is amazing! As we have all heard, “you can’t please everyone 100% of the time” and most people generally won’t post unless they are not happy with their service! So most of these reviews do not tell of the wonder care that the hospital provides. I’m sure that all nurses and doctors are not nasty to their patients unless the patient is nasty to them! (6 months ago)

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