Dignity Health AZ General Hospital – Chandler Reviews
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Mark BarksdaleIt’s pretty simple. There’s no real reason to go here in my opinion. They told me they were able to treat my wife’s condition. I strongly suspect it was just to get us in the door and start running the meter. I would’ve just taken her to a real hospital if they told me the truth. After a CAT scan, we wasted an entire day here not even being seen by the doctor “waiting on a transport” and “waiting on a room to open up at a hospital” – next to worthless. I ended up driving her to the actual hospital myself. Thanks for resigning us to an extra night stay at a hospital and trying to force an unnecessary medical transport charge. Never again.Ross FasanoA friend was gracious enough to take my son to the Dignity Health to check out his wrist after a skateboard fall. Turns out it was just a sprain. to my surprise this very short visit was UNBELIEVABLY expensive. Total was $1,904.70. ($1,673.70 facility cost / $231 for Doctors visit)….. I have a high deductible insurance policy… this was all paid out of my pocket. They refused to work with me on the price. I would not recommend Dignity health to anyone. “Dignity”??? What a joke. Update: 11/11/19….responded to the canned response below. I did get a call. They were not able to do anything about the outrageous price.John McFarlaneVery convenient but a real rip off. My son saw a doctor for a total of less than ten minutes and she was really rude. We were told it was allergies and told to get some Claritin. We never got a bill until we got a bill from the collection agency for $1,850. Every time we called to clear it up we were given a different story. Eventually after fighting it for months we just paid the collections. Lesson learned. Dignity Health is not the place to go.Cynthia CarrilloClean facility, front desk receptionist was awesome!!!! Thank you Kimberly for your smile!!!xray gentleman was friendly, but i was really trying to figure out one of the nurses mood. Heather didn’t seem friendly or looked like she enjoyed her job.Mylaya Bell-MartinezPlease, please, please save yourself the trouble and do not go here. My entire experience was horrific. I went in for a swollen/sprained ankle just to make sure nothing was broken and everything from the billing to the treatment was awful. First, a nurse tried to come in and hand me a prescription and send me on my way before I had even seen anyone. Turns out the prescription was for someone else. Then, someone from billing tried to come in and tell me that my insurance was rejected and handed me paperwork with someone else’s information on it; again, wrong room. A nurse finally came to take my vitals and then left without asking why I was there to be seen at all. Doctor comes in next, asks about my ankle, sends in an x-ray tech (who was awesome!). Right before we start in on X-rays the billing lady comes back and tells me my insurance was rejected and this time she had my information, not someone else’s. Now let me through in a disclaimer here, I am from Kansas and have Kansas insurance (I was only in AZ on vacation) so I called my insurance right before I went to the ER to make sure it would be covered. They assured me any ER visit would be covered under my plan. The billing lady tried to get me to sign a paper claiming responsibility of the bill that was about to be racked up, and thank goodness I read the paperwork instead of just signing it like she told me. I informed her that my insurance would cover the visit and there must be a mistake. She then handed me another form which was an application for Arizona State insurance, even though I don’t live there and told them all of this. I informed again, that my insurance would cover it and to retry it, and she got super rude with me. Finally, I pulled the age card. I told her I was barely 18, still under mom’s insurance and that I didn’t have the money to pay for an ER bill so I would just leave now and forget about the X-ray. She finally agreed to try to bill the insurance again and came back and told me it went through this time. So I then got the x-rays done and waited for the doctor to come back only to tell me that I had osteoarthritis in my right ankle (at 18 years old) and he prescribed me muscle relaxers and pain killers before sending me on my way…. This was back in July, and now in November I am receiving calls saying that I owe almost $3,000 to dignity health. Thank goodness my insurance is amazing and they are helping me to fight these bills, after I called them and informed them of the claim. Dignity health said that my insurance had rejected the claim, when in reality my insurance never received a claim to begin with. This establishment has scam written all over it.Matthew MotleyHad pain in the jaw and right side of the face and neck. Was told that the doctor was 80% certain that it was a pulled muscle. Gave me muscle relaxer, pain medicine and medicine for cold sore because I had what I thought was canker sores, told them I never had them before. At no point did anyone use a stethoscope, do blood work or any tests of any kind. Followed regiment as directed, still was in tremendous pain, went to urgent care and was diagnosed with shingles. Complete waste of time and money going to this Emergency Room.Robin PenningrothUpdate- they did call. Said they would review. It’s been two months since this review. No word. I called back to speak to the lady who escalated my claim- they no longer work with AZ General Hospital but sent my issue on. Laughable! My advise remains- do not go to this facility!!!!!! I went to this facility mostly because I just thought I had the flu and I didn’t want to wait in an ER but I knew I was dehydrated and would need fluid so this seemed like a great option. Boy did I learn a hard lesson!!! Hind site is 20/20. To start it wasn’t the flu. I had appendicitis. Should have been easy to diagnose but they read someone else’s blood work and told me I had a liver problem. After unnecessary tests they figured out the mistake and changed gears. More tests. They finally diagnosed the appendix and worked out admission to a hospital for emergency surgery since they don’t do that there. When I popped over to chandler hospital – another dignity facility they are affiliated with. The Dr advised her did not trust any of their testing and doubted their results. So all the tests were repeated. A whopping 17 hours later I had my emergency surgery! I survived. Then I got the Arizona General Hospital Er Bill. Over $12,000. They offered no in network discounts. I fought it well over a year. (The doctors and labs who sent separate bills did in fact honor discounts… thank god) They knew I was fighting the insurance but turned it over to collections anyway. Still not one dollar discount. Come to find out my insurance waives all ER charges upon admission to the hospital as long as you are admitted to that same hospital. Same Dignity network had no consideration. The hospital reduced my remaining bill with them by 75% when I applied for financial assistance making my surgery and 2 day hospital cheaper than the 9 hours in the ER. Arizona General receives the same financial app- no reduction of a bill I would have never had if I went to a real ER- Do yourselves a favor and go to a hospital if you need to! It will save you time and money if you have a real problem.Jonathan ByersBe prepared to pay an arm and a leg. I know these places are not cheap as an ER facility but you will likely be walking out of there paying a $2,800.00 facility visit just by walking in the door, I know we did. Physician fee was only $300.00 (not bad at all). FYI…. Be prepared to spend no less than $1,000 – $1,500.00 just to walk through the front door door, you never know what you are going to end up paying until it’s time time to check out. I would recommend seeking other alternative places before you consider going here!Raul GuadianDr Jarod Green and this hospital were negligent and our son almost died under their care, because of lack of care and pompous character. We brought our 8 year old son in with a peanut allergy reaction and from the get go, he was dismissive and minimized our concerns. We advised him that we just came from urgent care and they recommended we seek emergency hospital help. His exact response was ” of course they are going to tell you that because they need to cover themselves” . Our son’s body was covered in a severe allergic reaction covering his entire body. From the get go, he insisted nothing was wrong with him and we should go home. As we were leaving our son was sneezing uncontrollably and I mentioned it to him. He nodded his head and said “nothing is wrong with him”. As we drove into our driveway, our son could no longer breathe. We rushed him back and at this point they rushed him in and placed oxygen support and gave him a steroid injection with the epinephrine close by. His oxygen level was so low that they all were concerned and Dr Green’s comment was ” when did this turn for the worst”? I could not believe my ears. At this point, he validated our visit and acted concerned. We ended up spending the entire night there under observation. We have spoken to other medical professionals and they are appalled that Dr Green allowed us to leave the hospital with the rash condition and the sneezing episodes he was having, classic signs of an allergic reaction!! To make things worse they billed us twice for the hospital and twice for the doctor even though we literally walked out of those emergency doors and were back within 5 minutes!!! PLEASE PLEASE do not visit this Emergency Room, this doctor does not care!! April 2019Chrystal Bolander⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedBEST ER experience ever! Nobody likes going to the ER, however, when the facility is clean, the staff is friendly, and the wait time is NOT ridiculously long, it makes a usually unpleasant experience not so horrible. I am so happy these facilities are available as an alternative to traditional emergency rooms and I will definitely be my first option now!eric nicholsonWatch Out for the Collections Department! Went in late April, 2019. Checked my insurance first, OK, covered…but 350.00 co-pay. Went anyway (Thyroid problem, they really could not help me). After service…the insurance was checked by the front desk, they collected my 350.00 co-pay, and I went home. In mid August, I came home from a road trip to find a collection letter from these guys, for 1002.00! The original bill was 850.00. I called, and the lady checked…and found my co-pay. She has assigned it to a “review board”, to determine if I owe the money or not. Cigna (my healthcare) did pay them, they just suck at record-keeping, or just try to double-bill everybody. I have to baby-sit this and call every time I receive a Collection Letter, while my file is being “reviewed”. Unacceptable, go anywhere else, there are lots of options.Maritza AndersonThis place is incredibly and ridiculously expensive, the amount that they charge just to step into their facilities should be considered abuse! I am not one to quickly end up in the emergency room because I’m well aware that getting urgent care comes at a cost to everyone involved. Let me explain how this visit went: my daughter ended up at this facility due to a lack of research and mostly to do with convenience due to proximity. She had hurt her thumb and thinking it had been broken, she ended up at this location to receive care. We saw the doctor, the doctor ordered a dose of children’s Tylenol, we waited for one and a half hours for x-rays to be taken, x-rays were taken, waited another hour for doctor (who was still chewing his lunch) to walk in and tell us the thumb was not broken and we were free to go. A month later, I receive an invoice for the whopping amount of $2100!! That is not even counting the bill from the physician! Upon speaking to their billing department they stated that $1800 out of that bill was just for going to that facility! $1800.00 to just step foot into their premises. If anything, they should disclose the cost upon check in, because I would have walked right out. If you’re not dying, I recommend you avoid this place completely! They are a rip off, they care about nothing else than to make money. And by the way, they will charge you $12 for a dose of children’s Tylenol. Hope you feel better!michael rosarioI agree with many of the Post on here about their Billing issues. They sent me a Bill for 3500 which I Do not know for what all they did was a CBC and an ultra sound i can get that done for a fraction of the Cost, I know because I have Had it done before. Not to mention The Nurse was Rude a complete know it all attitude Just because We do not have a Degree in the Art Does not mean we Do not know what we are talking about, on another Note. i have given them My insurance information 3 times and they still keep sending me the Bill Then I received a phone call from some rude lady about the Bill stating “I owe the mentioned amount Above” So I had to give her my insurance info like seriously get it together over there OR fire the person who is running That place because The staff could use some help.Britney Torrico⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe doctor was very patient and listened to all my concerns. The nurse was incredible. I honestly got exceptional care.Bettina CsekmeBilling issues, overpriced. Took my son for severe allergies, fear of throat closing up. The billing code provided to the insurance did not reflect an “Emergency”. Breathing issues due to sever allergies does not require immediate treatment anymore? I will never go back…Forrest BensonStay away! Quick 30 minute visit, a bottle of eye drops for pink eye and a bill for $2,142. I was told when I left that it was going to be $595. I called them this morning about the bill and they said “I see where they said $595 but that’s before they added doctor fee, care fee, facility fee, etc. Ridiculous!Stephen HultsmanLike others have posted – the billing issues with this facility are frustrating. They won’t provide any documentation that is needed to get my issues resolved claiming they don’t have to. They won’t talk with my insurance provider or provide the proper documentation they need. I finally got in touch with a supervisor that doesn’t seem to be able to tell much about the billing process and what is happening, but she at least was nice. Now they want me to pay the full amount for services which is $5000. Patients beware. I will never use this facility or any of their others again for me or my family. I went in to get better, but this trouble makes me need another emergency room visit.Amber Sager⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWe had to take our 13 year old here on Sunday afternoon because he cut his finger open. Ended up needing a dozen stitches! The place, is small but clean and bright. We came at just the right time I think because there was no one else there and the place was empty. We got seen right away and the staff were all super friendly and great at distracting our son from what was happening. I haven’t seen any bills yet, but I have seen a ton of negative reviews on here about cost. I’m sorry ya’ll… but due to our current political environment healthcare is expensive. Instead of writing a bad review call your congressman. The providers in that facility deserve the recognition for services rendered! Thanks Amanda… you’re a wonderful person and thank you for your service too!David MichelsonThis facility bills as an Emergency Room. They have 2 doors, one labeled Emergency, the other is not (just like a hospital). I waited about an hour in an empty lobby. After being called back, it was evident there were no other patients in the area. Doc saw me and prescribed antibiotics, per usual. When I received my bill, this facility attempted to charge $6,800 in fees!! After insurance, the amount was still over $1,000. I protested, and after a lengthy process, the amount was reduced to $400. Save your time, money, and frustration. Go to Banner Urgent Care a mile South on Gilbert!Frank Vale⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe staff from the check in lady to the nurse, xray tech, and doctor was very nice and helpful. It’s nice to get treated like you should be when you go to the Emergency room. Thank you guys.Kristin GraggPlease, please, please DO NOT go here unless you can afford to pay thousands of dollars! I went for a short 3 hour stay, for a UTI, and they charged me almost $4,000!!!! (we do not have insurance) They took a urine test and gave me one IV drip of pain meds and antibiotics. That’s it!! This is NOT an Urgent Care, as we thought it was. It is just a small hospital that is an absolute rip off. I’ve gone to a real Urgent Care facility for the same treatment, same amount of time down the street, and was only charged $350. I’ve also had a baby at Banner Desert, and had a 3 DAY stay, and was only charged $6800 (with no insurance). DO NOT make the mistake of going here, or you will be charged substantially above what you should be!!!!Emma SchedlerToo expensive. Where’s the Dignity?Melody KI went to your urgent Care on German and Gilbert back on February 3 in the middle of the night. I was there for about an hour because my eye was in pain and felt like it was going to pop out of my skull. The “doctor” I saw checked my eye pressure, left me in the room for 30 mins and ordered a CT scan. They found nothing and just sent me off. Now I have a bill for a little bit less than $8,000. I am a college student and live with my parents. I had insurance with ambetter health at the time of the visit too. I called dignity health on August 13, which is when I got the bill 6 months AFTER my initial visit, and the man put my account on hold for 45 days and nobody called me back to update the status. Now I received the same bill again plus another one for an additional $1,000 almost a year after going to the urgent care. This is outrageous!!!!Amanda⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThis review is long over due! I brought my daughter here to have her arm looked at after she had a fall at my parents house. Dr. Bade and the nurses on staff that day were wonderful and made the experience less scary for my then 2 year old. Love this place! Definitely would use them again if an emergency ever came up again.J ThiedeJust a quick note before going here. Outrageously expensive!! Was visiting family over the holidays this past December and had thrown my back out. Someone suggested going to this ER. Got in right away (that was good). Saw the doctor for less than 5 minutes, he wrote me a prescription, got an anti-inflammatory injection and they sent me on my way. Gal at the checkout said it would be roughly $750 dollars and they would submit it to my insurance. Got the bill yesterday. WTH! $2,931.00. Insurance paid $1305. Now I have a bill for $1625.00 for a visit that lasted all of 10 minutes between the doctor and the nurse.Sean DuffyAbsolutely awful healthcare clinic. Their billing staff is quite possibly the most incompetent group of people ever. They coded an ultrasound incorrectly which resulted in us being over charged for services. I’ve called in 10+ times over the past 18 months to get this resolved and every time they’ve told me it’s getting resolved… then they just send you to collections since they can’t fix their own problems. I honestly don’t understand how a business who brings in so much money by over charging for healthcare services can’t provide competent customer service. Terrible place, avoid like the plague.Donovan SalasVery upset with ” dignity” I posted my experience that was horrible. Like I said I was put on a narcotics list. Not sure what that entails, but it’s not appropriate. The last time I was here was eight to six months ago, there about. I would like my name removed from this list. After my experience there I decided to drive 30 minutes away to another E.R. by the time my wife got me there I was losing muscle control. Within 20 minutes I had an I.v. with pain med to start. Within the next few hours I was given more pain med. Additional meds. And sent home with a pain script. I was not put on a narcotics list and was treated with the up most care. By the way the doctor that treated me told me he usually does not give pain meds. Often. But my blood pressure was 249/160 the same as it was at dignity er. I dont want to ever go back I just want my name removed from the narcotics list. It’s ridiculous. Maybe if I was going there every week for pain meds. But once in eight months or so. I know full well that it was a lie because the other hospital treated me. I do understand narcotics are being abused by some people but I am not one of those.Michael HoganDon’t waste your time. Go somewhere else. I took my son there because he was having difficulty breathing and urgent care wasn’t open yet. They checked him out, gave us a script for an inhaler, and said he was fine. After the pharmacy opened we filled it. 2 hours later, he still couldn’t breath. So, I took him to an urgent care a mile south of there. They gave him a breathing treatment right away. 10 minutes later, he was fine. Seriously, 10 minutes after walking in the door. You’d think an ER would be better than urgent care. After the $500 ER copay, i now have a bill for $783 that insurance wouldn’t cover. All for nothing.Russell Robinson⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI found my new doctors office. Told me what I needed. Very caring. Great place!!Haytham ElbalshiFirst of all the front desk lady refuse to give me the the right amount co-pay for my insurance for my son and after 10 minutes treatment the doctor he told us my son has chicken pox and before I left they told me I have to pay $500 up front, we spoke with the manager and she said she would take care with the issues and she never did, we tried to reach her again she ignores us, next day I took my son to his pediatrician doctor and he told us no chicken box he already got the shots for chicken pox what really he have hand arm leg virus and his throat too. This Service was in September after that day I tried to reach the accountant 3 times to receive a bill from them and they never send me the bill and I already complain and nobody call me back and no pill until today , they keep telling me I have to wait and i am not sure for how long I need to wait sorry I’m not happy with that location and with the Manager too, because I know I got charged for nothing.Connie Ortiz⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedStaff working the evening of 5/21/18 were all great. It was calm and not busy. Staff genuinely seem to care.Lara HussenI just called to 1. Make sure this place is open on Easter Sunday 2. Wondering if it was critical that I bring my daughter in. The person who answered the phone was kind and let me know it was open and he could transfer me to a nurse regarding my daughter. The nurse picked up, I don’t remember her name although I really wish I did because I explained my daughter just has a cold but had a stomach flu that she just got over, she cut me off and with sass told me she can’t give me medical advice over the phone and then repeatedly said it again as if I’m so stupid for calling first or as if I ASKED to talk to her. I was OFFERED to talk with a nurse. I felt reprimanded for even letting myself get transferred to one. I’m very aware about not getting medical advice over the phone unless you are a patient. I just thought since I talked to the nice young man who transferred me to a RN, that there was something she could say or do. Why else would I be connected with her!?!?! So she could be a uncaring and rude? I really don’t know why this hospital would have a frantic mom transferred to a nurse to be humiliated for wondering what that nurse might say to her. I just want to know, when other people call and get transferred to a nurse, what the conversation was like. What’s the point if they won’t talk to you? Again, I understand they can’t give you medical advice but I don’t understand why I was led to even talk to her, then. So RUDE I am in tears now and so is my child and I went to another ER. Not that this place will even care. I really hate to write a bad review, I never leave reviews, but my experience was very unprofessional, especially being a first time mom with a sick infant.Nancy Garrett⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I visited the Emergency Room last week for what appeared to be a sudden ulcer attack. There was absolutely no waiting. I checked in immediately and seamlessly at the front desk, then the aide took me back immediately and showed me to a room. All the nurses and assistants were very personable, introducing themselves and making me feel very comfortable. The physician also came in and spoke with me very soon after I arrived. I was pleasantly surprised to have not only a private room, but also a private bathroom at an ER! The only downside was the amount of wait time between each of the tests, and I understand that they need to upload the results with specialists throughout the network for interpretation, before moving on to the next test. But I appreciate the fact that they were very thorough and upfront with explanations and answers to my questions. I recommend without reservation.Marina E⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWe went to the ER due to a fall, Dr. Green, and the nurse Troy were awesome and very helpful. The xray tech was good too. We got seen in a timely manner, which was nice too.Bailey MBuyer beware. Husband walked in with strep throat, we have insurance and are now paying $700 out of pocket. In addition to what insurance already paid. Ridiculous. This information should be disclosed before treatment. Never again. Who has heard of $700 strep throat . I see we aren’t the only ones who have had this issue.Cristina ValI have never felt so taken advantage of than with this place. I went in on December 19. Sat in the waiting area for over 20 minutes .Finally was called back and shown to a room. Sat another 15 minutes. Finally a nurse came in, took my blood pressure and informed me the Dr would be in shortly. Waited another 20 minutes for him to make his appearance. He asked a few basic questions, not once did he make physical contact with me and informed me I was good to go home, that there was nothing he could do for me. $330 bill later arrived for those three minutes he used his medical knowledge . I then left the room, proceeded to the window to see how much I would owe, and when she told me it was $1,146 my jaw fell to the floor . I was told by the lady at the front desk that they have financial assistance. And now over a month after my visit I have still not been able to come in contact with anybody from that department after numerous attempts with phone calls and messages. I feel as if I’m being scammed and all these people care about is getting an insane amount of money for doing nothing.Gaby Grantham⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I was thoroughly impressed with Dignity Health ER, needing to be seen by a doctor at 3:30am for sharp pains in my side and extreme nausea. I walked into the lobby and was immediately greeted and emitted to a room. The nurses and doctors were extremely friendly and quick to respond to my needs. Blood work and MRI right away and the results came in so fast! I were there for nearly two hours and left with no more pain or nausea and all i needed to get well again!Krystin RyderWhile the care was good I was very surprised to find out when billed that even though we were “in network” for our insurance company that the Doctors that work at this Emergency room are “out of network” so you will be charged more. This has been at more than one Dignity location. At this point I am not sure if any Doctors at Dignity are “in network” Doctors. People do your own research and make sure you don’t walk out with extra bills.Sharon Lotz⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy experience at Dignity Health, Chandler was excellent. I was seen quickly, tests were taken and I received results from the doctor. I was there about an hour and a half. The facility was clean. The staff was friendly and efficient. I am concerned about the costs of the tests and services, even with insurance. Will this type of service be more expensive than a regular ER? We will see.Heather G⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI was taken back quickly, my wait was very minimal. The staff was very kind. My nurse Helen was very kind and responded quickly to my needs. My Doctor saw me quickly and his prescribed treatment worked well for my pain. The facility was very clean. The checkout process was much quicker than the regular ER. If needed, I would go here again and I would recommend to all my friends. I was impressed by everything with this facility- wait time, staff, nurse, doctor, check out.Marci Dusseault⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I needed to go to ER early Wednesday morning around 5:30. It is very convenient and right around the corner from my house. I thought it was similar to urgent care every time I drove by it, but it is actually a little neighborhood hospital. I was taken in right away and was seen immediately by nurse. Everyone was very friendly and I was back home by 6:30. I gave it 4 stars only because, I probably would have been home sooner but I had to wait on the doctor (think he was sleeping) because at the time, I was the only patient in the facility. But other than that it was clean and everyone was friendly.<
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◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Chandler?
Yes, of course. The Dignity Health AZ General Hospital – Chandler is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The Dignity Health AZ General Hospital – Chandler is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the Dignity Health AZ General Hospital – Chandler in Chandler
The full address is 2977 E Germann Rd, Chandler, AZ 85286, United States.
◼️ What’s Dignity Health AZ General Hospital – Chandler phone number?
The phone number of Dignity Health AZ General Hospital – Chandler is +1 480-732-7540. 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 33.2765915 and a longitude of -111.7905777.
◼️ How much is it to go to the Dignity Health AZ General Hospital – Chandler?
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