CPMC Emergency (San Francisco)

Type Emergency Room (ER)
City San Francisco CA
State San Francisco
Address Castro and Duboce Streets N. Tower Level A
Phone number +1 415-600-0600
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CPMC Emergency ER 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
Although this is the hours, please feel free to call the CPMC Emergency phone number to confirm.

CPMC Emergency Reviews

Before you go to CPMC Emergency, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this San Francisco emergency room think.

Shaunna Hall This ER has fallen far. Past visit over ten years ago was what I’d consider an overall good experience. Now, the exam room is filthy dirty, and has an odor like it had not been cleaned properly (like a crusty old-folks home smells ). There were no exam gloves in the room. When my blood dripped all over the place while they put an IV in, they left a few tiny alcohol wipes for me to clean myself up. Dr. ordered xray of wrong body part, wouldn’t listen to my input. Xray tech was also perplexed. I never got the xray needed. They also told me they were giving me a shot with ibuprofen, but it was actually a narcotic ( according to the bill ). I was also given blood tests that were absolutley unneccessary. If anyone had even looked in my chart, that could have been avoided. The staff were all polite, and seemed nice, but the medical care was substandard. The trip was a waste of my time and money. Steer clear- I would consider this ER a risky place, and would not recommend it.Daniel Owens I had an ER visit that lasted about one hour. Dr. Frederick Kronen immediately informed me within 10 minutes of my stay that everything was fine and I looked completely healthy based on all of their assessments but was merely suffering from anxiety/stress symptoms. I was given one pill of anti-anxiety medication and then left shortly after. Two months later, I receive a bill for $6,500, claiming that I was designated “Level 5,” which means I was designated at the highest most severe level – a life threatening level. When was the last time a person suffering from anxiety or stress was designated at a “life threatening” level? I’m in the midst of doing everything I can to get this bill lowered. I was there for one hour. I had common anxiety/stress symptoms. Then, a bill of $6,500. I simply cannot vouch for this medical facility until this bill is rectified and I pay for the services I was provided in a just and fair manner.Carissa Thomson The nurses were very unprofessional and very rude. They were talking about the other patients issues in a non-confidetial manner. One of the nurses said ” well we’ve already had 2 die on us today. That’s 2 less we have to take care of “. I still can’t belive it. The inside of the building was so dirty. The bed sheets were ripped and stained. There were blood stains on the floor that looked like they were there for weeks. It was a pretty traumatizing expierience. Is this really what our health care systems have come to?Tina Chan Ling I was in a car accident and went to the ER a few hours after the incident to get evaluated as my shoulder was experiencing horrible pains. The front desk staff was courteous, X-Ray technicians were wonderful, and the wait was overall minimal but I am giving the 1 star for the Medical treatment received from the MD. I honestly did not feel like the doctor took the time to listen to me and I felt like all my questions kept getting brushed off as my injuries were not serious. That was really disappointing and I was told my collarbone would heal on it’s own without surgery — long story short, the diagnosis was wrong. In any case, take matters into your own hands and always get a second opinion if your gut is telling you something is off!Nicholas Harvey CPMC Davies has terrible care and attention. I fell down really hard while running on the way to work, and broke my foot, injured my back and neck. A friend had to drive me to the Emergency Room, and I was in terrible pain, and filled out the forms, and waited patiently in the lobby for 20 minutes. I was the only patient that I saw in the waiting room, or in any of the rooms. A nurse finally took me in, and took my blood pressure – it was high- which I said was not-normal for me. She said because I could walk – I must be ok. I was hoping on my good left foot, and in total pain. This nurse (older asian female) finally took me in to one of the rooms. She didn’t escort me, she ran about 75 feet, beyond my sight, into a room without me or my bag. She said come on – like I was being to slow. I said my foot is broken. She was not helpful, or nice in any way. She said take off your shoe and sock, and I will get you some ice. I did, put it on a chair, and waited and waited …she NEVER came back. Ever. About 10-minutes later, I flagged down someone, and asked them to please bring me come ice when they had a minute. Someone came and took me for X-rays, before anyone looked at my foot or neck or back, or spoke to me about where it hurt .The orderly said, I don’t know anything. He was told to take me for an Xray. I told the tech, that no one look at it yet, or asked me about my neck or back . She said she was just supposed to Xray the foot. I was cool , in pain but cool. I said fine. Went back to my chair…I could hear them personally talking around the reception island about doing Patron shots, and giggling. No one talked to me about anything. Some guy came in and told me he was going to help me leave. I said it would be nice to talk to someone, and you haven’t put anything on even my foot. How can I leave? The doctor finally came in, for a totally of 30 seconds, and said that it was broken, but she couldn’t do anything about it, and I should go see an orthopedic surgeon. I said, can you wrap it a little, or put a boot on it. They could have cared less. She left very quickly, and yelling to her – in the hall – if she recommended aspirin or ibuprofen? She said yes. She did not even look at my neck or back. I fell really hard, and am really hurting. I asked for the card for the Xray tech, so the Ortho could get the X-rays. The guy did not understand what I was asking. The orderly could not show me how to use crutches, because he said he was too short. They got also got the name of my doctor primary doctor on the form. They did nothing for what I came in for.Nothing. When I finally got ready to go, they made me wait at the nurses station while moving in and out of way with a broken ankle with empty gurneys. I asked the doctor if someone was coming so I could pay and leave. A very nicely dressed guy, I think the ER manager – finally showed up to help me pay my $250 co-pay, and instead of acknowledging me. He picked up a phone line and started chatting with someone – not about work. So I waited until he got off, and then he answers another line. I was 2-feet in front of him, with a credit card, and he pre-tended not to see me. Macy’s gives better service and I hate Macys. I was as nice as I could, and did not complain. I know it is a hard job…I did not see any emergencies or other patients in any room, and they could not have been less helpful. If you are in pain, or need immediate medical attention, do not go to the Emergency Room at CPMC Davies. BTW, this is the second time I have gone there, for an emergency, and they were both really bad. They need to get their act together.Betsey Shapiro⭐️⭐️⭐️Good service here, though their ER doctor’s billing department will haunt you for years. The ER doctors are independent contractors “SF Emerg Med Inc.” and are most likely not in your network. Since that’s about the last thing that you’re going to inquire about when you show up at ER, they tend to get away with it (though an attorney friend told me that’s illegal). To make matters worse, this was a worker’s comp issue, which after repeated attempts to communicate with their billing office which is far, far away, I gave up and paid it. CPMC – shame on you for outsourcing your physicians from this shady outfit.

FAQ: Frequent Questions

Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the CPMC Emergency Emergency Room in San Francisco.

◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of San Francisco?

Yes, of course. The CPMC Emergency is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.

◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?

Yes, of course. The CPMC Emergency is open on holidays and also on Sundays.

◼️ What’s the address of the CPMC Emergency in San Francisco

The full address is Castro and Duboce Streets N. Tower Level A, San Francisco, CA 94114, United States.

◼️ What’s CPMC Emergency phone number?

The phone number of CPMC Emergency is +1 415-600-0600. You can click here to call now from your phone.

◼️ What are the GPS coordinates to get there?

If you use a GPS coordinate system to get to the emergency room, you must enter the following; a latitude of 37.7685922 and a longitude of -122.4346915.

◼️ How much is it to go to the CPMC Emergency?

The cost of visiting the emergency room of CPMC Emergency may vary depending on the type of emergency you have and also the type of insurance you are with. Feel free to ask or call the center before you go.

◼️ How long should you wait in an emergency room?

The waiting time will always depend on the type of emergency at that very moment. You can contact the medical center before to ensure that you can be attended to as quickly as possible.

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