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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Get information about our medical services including Emergency Room, Elder Services, Cancer and Maternity Care

Twin Cities Community Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in San Luis Obispo County, CA.

Twin Cities Community Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Twin Cities Community 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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The hospital staff were great, they made sure I was stable and had the correct meds before leaving. The billing people were just absolutely awful and not helpful. The people may have been somewhat nice, however the way the department runs is appalling. They charged me copays when my insurance had no copay. I argued, but they charged me several more times over the course of a few months. They also try to sneak the bill past insurance by billing it as something different than emergency or hospital. I had a great experience with the doctors, I felt in good hands. But, the department which handles insurance, their main mission is extortion. (in the last week)

This hospital saved my husband from a car accident in July 2016, they had great service and they were all the time with him now today he is in perfect conditions it doesn't look like he was one day in a hospital. Perfect service and no words (a month ago)

Nurses were very uncaring. Students showed more concern for patients than did the actual staff. Twice in several years they tried to get me to pay a deductible before I left the ER. Management eager to take my credit card for any amount I could afford and the resource lady never followed up with creating an appt for me and I never got my login information to access my labs. I couldn't even get the nurse to pass me an ibuprofen. I will not be suggesting this hospital to anyone. (a month ago)

5/11/18 Since 2004 the Case Mgmt/Discharge Planning staff at this hospital have just been HORRIBLE & SUBSTANDARD! If you ever speak to one ... you are in rare company! They are NOT pt advocates as they should be, there is NO LIVE BODY TO EVER answer the dept phone, the CMs/DPs NEVER check their messages & the CMs/DPs NEVER, EVER RETURN CALLS! This must be stopped. Its unacceptable. Overall, this hospital is great ... but the CM/DP dept "sucks" & needs MAJOR surgical repair ... STAT! (a week ago)

We scheduled a 12 noon appt for the ER online. My mother in law was not seen until 3:20. She was in for serious colitis and C Diff. She was admitted at 9:30pm which is Rediculous. When we went to visit, there was medical wrappings on the floor, a syringe up on the shelf across from her, no protected clothing on the door as we were suppose to wear due to her being contagious. The food was terrible from what mom said. Mom had diahrea and needed help and push the button for the nurse on several occasions and not 1 person came for over 15 minutes. IV Alarm constantly going off and the nurses were slow on getting There! I actually had to go to the nurses station 3 times to mention the alarm. Since when did the hospitals cut there staff by 50% on the weekends! It's absurd to have a sick family member there during the weekends who are severely sick. I will NEVER take my 86 year old mother in law back and in fact, were thinking of having her transferred to Sierra Vista or Cottage (2 months ago)

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