Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Church

ST ROSE DOMINICAN HOSPITALS - SAN MARTIN CAMPUS

8280 W WARM SPRINGS ROAD, LAS VEGAS, NV 89113
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Same as the national average

Readmission

Below 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 ST ROSE DOMINICAN HOSPITALS - SAN MARTIN CAMPUS

8280 W WARM SPRINGS ROAD
LAS VEGAS, NV 89113

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St Rose Dominican Hospitals - San Martin Campus is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Clark County, NV.

St Rose Dominican Hospitals - San Martin Campus does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

St Rose Dominican Hospitals - San Martin Campus 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

Reviews

I'm sure everyone will have a different experience but I have been here on many occasions and everyone has been great I have Lupus and they even saved my life once. (a week ago)

St Rose Hospital San Martin Campus on Warm Springs is the best! their emergency unit was so helpful and comforting and they gave me great care.. even the security Larry was so caring helping me find a place to lay down while waiting to see a Dr for food poisoning.. from YaYa the receptionist to Carol, Marcel, Ryan, Mark and Dr Christensen, the Intake nurses, and Leslie were all so caring.. I highly recommend this hospital they do care and being they are supported by charity.. they did a really fine job healing and caring for me.. God Bless them all! (6 months ago)

I originally went to the new satellite location for dignity health in north Las Vegas for sever pain in my upper abdomen. After some testing they saw I had gallstones and needed to potentially have surgery. Unfortunately I wasn’t prepared to pay the ambulance per mile to get to San Martin so I ended up at Centennial Hills Hospital (which was an AWWWWFFFUUULLL experience where a doctor lied to my face and essentially jeopardized my health) after I was discharged I was still in excruciating pain and decided to drive myself to San Martin because I had such good care at the new Dignity Health location. I am SO GLAD I came here. The ER doctor and the nurses (Jody and Brittney and Aimee were the nurses but I can’t remember the docs name) and they were determined to take care of me and make me comfortable and happy. When I was admitted I was treated by the day time nurse (again can not remover names as I’m still under care and am so sleepy) she was kind and funny and was again, determined to make me feel welcome and safe and comfortable. My only complaint is that I was supposed to mee the surgeon yesterday, 6/1/18 and still haven’t been seen by him and the doctor up here is njce but short and is very in and out in his approach which is fine I understand he is busy. Ultimately I have been to 5 ERs in my life an Dignuty Health has been the best. If you are pleasant and kind you will get better service than if you are mean or undermining. (a month ago)

Zero stars if I could cause this place sucks ! 2 hour wait just to get a simple shot then they stuck me in a room with 2 other couples one of which they have in a robe and poor thing has to hold it closed to go to the restroom while there are men in the room! No privacy what so ever then they put me in the corner bed just pulled a little curtain closed told me to take my pants off and I did then the nurse walks out so I'm just sitting there then she comes back and gives me the shot but didn't grab a bandaid so now I'm bleeding on myself and the bed and my pants still down I was disgusted with how this place handles patients. I will definitely be driving to southern hills inside and I will definitely not be having my baby there come June. (4 months ago)

adm:03/20/18 Came in with a collapsed lung, put chest tube, started pain management, all good. a male nurse wanted to clean my bandages, I said sure. He cut my chest tube with scissors and didn't do or say anything about it, just let air seep into my chest for 2 days. Now they want to do surgery because (surprise surprise) my lung is now more deflated. If your not careful this hospital will kill you. Please, for your safety and the safety of your family DO NOT COME HERE. (4 months ago)

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