Before you go to Foothills Hospital, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Boulder emergency room think.
Kathryn Taylor⭐️⭐️The doctors and nurses in the ER are completely incompetient. Have extensive history (that I provided doctor notes for), for an injury, but they did not belive that I was re-injured after a snowboarding accident. Sent me home without any medicine, and refused to sign a work note even though I left with a cane and couldn’t walk without support. The other parts of the staff are fine, the OB doctors are very nice, and the blood work nurses were gentile and helpful.E R⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHave had two encounters here and both were made better by the amazing staff here! Wonderful facility and great doctors. Not your typical hospital! Keep up the hard work and keep the love in your hearts!Sonia Bendt⭐️⭐️⭐️My husband was in a biking accident and taken to Foothills Hospital with a collapsed lung, broken shoulder and 3 broken ribs … The ER was excellent and took immediate care of him. The ICU was excellent — especially Andrew – the ICU nurse. The best! The doctors are good — Dr. Johs is the best and very caring. All that said, it is a shame that the staffing needs serious improvement and more consideration for the patients — not have the patients subjected to their schedules and convenience. Example between 6am and 7am they decided to move my husband to another room at another floor and why did they do this early in the morning to a patient that is going on day 18 at their hospital? Due to their schedules and convenience — using no common sense or consideration for the patient. How about thinking of a more decent hour as to not stress the patient and the family? To say the least, I am very disturbed by their lack of consideration. This just adds to another few things that happened: 1. When he arrived at the hospital he had no infection, then he developed a serious infection. When I asked the doctor how it happened, the answer was due to a needle or a tube from the hospital. 2. After the first tube was taken out and he could finally be given a shower after then days, when I arrived for the evening visit, the night aide (Dakota) told me that she was going to be very busy so if my husband wanted a shower she could do it at 1 am (yes, you read right, one o’clock in the morning) or he could wait until the next day shift, when I said that was unacceptable, then she proceeded to tell me I could do it myself, when I asked if she would be standing outside the door (my husband in a very fragile condition so he can not walk without assistance and is at risk of falling) she said no. It was not until the RN came in and said he would be given a shower eventually and I asked 1 am? that she realized what had happened and ordered the aide to assist my husband with a shower. When Dakota told me I could do it, I said I would be happy to do it but she would assume all liability if my husband fell and got hurt. 3. Since my husband had a serious infection, I wanted to make sure that the sheets and pillowcases got changed every day due to sanitary reasons. A few days ago, another aide told me that Foothills is a “green hospital” and they change the sheets every other day. Seriously? You have a patient that has leaks from the wounds and sometimes blood on the sheets or pillows and I get a lecture about Foothills being a green hospital and saving the planet? 4. When he arrived from surgery number 2 on Friday evening, the person who brought him up rang the bell for nurse assistance so they could transfer him to the hospital bed, the bell just rang and rang until I walked to the nurse’s station to get them since they were ignoring them. Only then did they go to the room to help. So this is Day 18 at Foothills. Just want to get my husband out of there after they can get rid of the infection he encountered while being at the hospital. I did call the section that normally responds to reviews with contact us but they are not open until 9 am and said the answering machine states they will return the call within 24 hours.Tiffany Black⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThanks to sharon the case manager I got the help I needed!!! Which actually had nothing to do with the medical field and health!! Thank you so much sharon!!ava deangelisWent to here because my friend had altitude sickness and they messed up the IV twice the lady didn’t know what she was doing. They were understaffed and we waited for 5 hours no joke 5 hours for them to give an IV and take an X-ray. This place wasn’t busy at all they said it them selves and they were still understaffed all sitting around in circles talking. Do not go here if u have an emergency this place is a joke and a half.Morgan LuceThis place sucks! One when I came because a doctor gave me medicine I was allergic to they said I have a virus so he could get back to flirty with the nurses…gross but we went to my primary doctor later and he said it was a reaction. Now we are back again because an emergency and we went to get a nurse because he was getting sick and he was asking for help and the said sure and walked the other direction leaving him alone for a good 10 mins before asking for help again. If you have an emergency don’t come here go somewhere else.Howard Ehrlich⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy brother unfortunately has been back and forth to Foothills. I believe that we’re compassionate and good with diagnosing his issues . I would recommend this hospital.A R⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHad to come to the ER due to complications with a deep underlying disease I have….lets just say we avoid ERs at all costs as they are usually a nightmare. Here was not like that. They took care of me in a professional manner, listened to what was going on, which helped me to make sure nothing had gone drastically wrong and I could get back to life quickly assured that I was stable but could come back if anything changed or worsened. Did not push anything on us or rush us out without making sure we were comfortable. Working in the ER takes a special kind of person, thank you guys for all you do, keep saving lives you are needed.HART DAVID⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedTrauma clinicians are impressive. Lord knows I would not want to triage in an ER. Of course if I was going to go to one in Boulder, this would be my choice. Also, it’s very conveniently located next to Imaging if you need an MRI or whatever… When will they be giving us gamma-rays I wonder, LOL. Please support the American Red Cross, or the international version, likewise the crescent if overseas…Mary Belecz⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThese folks took great care of me, super professional and kind, and made a rather tricky diagnosis in quick order…can’t thank them enough!Terri Nishimoto-PattersonIf you are admitted it is very important that you ask each MD or provider if they are in network with your insurance. You cannot assume if your hospital is in network that the consultations that you have will be in network. There is legislation at the state and federal level working on this, making it illegal to do this to patients. Unfortunately, BCH as well as the MD billing office were not very sympathetic or willing to help me when I received the “surprise bill” of approximately a $1000 for a 20 minute consult. Contact the Colorado Health Initiative if you have experienced something similar.Nicholas Stark⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI was having severe chest pains and was admitted right away. I had tests done right away, and had productive conversations with the staff. Turns out I had pericarditis – an inflamed sac around the heart. I was given medication there that greatly reduced my pain and treated the cause. I was out of the hospital after 4 or 5 hours and I couldn’t be more thankful to the staff there.James Barnett⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGood stuff. Helped get me on my way quicklyK THonestly the worst care that I’ve ever received. Just don’t waste your time.Siddhant KC⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI was born there so i don’t know much but i am proud to be safely delivered. Also the doctors thought i wouldn’t be taller than my parents but they were wrong cause I’m 5′ 10″ and I’m only in 7th grade.Kyle SmithLiterally the worst hospital in the area. Their only goal is to get you to leave so they can treat the next person. Most recently, I called 911 for excruciating foot pain, and I was taken there, only to be told to suck it up. They offered no medication, just crutches, uncaring about the fact that I was in miserable pain even when laying down. I literally hobbled home several miles afterwards because they wouldn’t offer me any help home after that. Please, take an Uber to a hospital that’s not this one. These people are utterly useless.wendell bigcrowjrThe costomer service was good but they don’t provide good treatmentAlice Knag⭐️⭐️⭐️went for a migraine and left with a 7 inch souvenir (read: bruise) around my injection site… hope you get a nurse with experience because they don’t practice on humans in medical school!Shirlene MorrisDr.Adam Levine discharged my elderly mother less than 48 hours after she had been sent by ambulance from The ER in Lafayette to Foothills with a diagnosis of both pneumonia and the flu. My name and number were on the white board in her hospital room, (I am her medical power of attorney,). He NEVER called me to discuss her illness or her being discharged. In addition to his lack of professionalism, he sent her home with prescriptions to be filled that the pharmacy couldn’t understand because of the way he wrote them. The oxigen that was to be delivered wasn’t delivered until 10:00p.m. and the company would not accept her Medicaid/Medicare without a deposit that neither of us had available. Tomorrow morning, I will call her primary health care provider to attempt to clarify exactly what her needs are and go through Areo Care which provides her with her c-pap machine.(They also provide oxigen.) I am very disappointed in the care, treatment and early discharge of my mother from Foothills and extremely disappointed with Dr. Adam Levine. If complications arise from her disfunctionsl treatment and early discharge, I will hold Dr. Adam Levine personally responsible.Bogdan Dumitrescu–1–In the beginning on 2018 i had my annual exam. by law it is supposed to be all covered by the insurance. Then BCH encoded some of the blood tests WRONG and they were not covered by the annual exam. So now BCH claims i need to pay like $140. When the law states the annual exam and **ALL** necessary tests are covered. I called the billing patient services and emailed them and they blew me off and blamed it on a third party company saying they cannot change anything –2–then in the fall maybe Nov, i did an ultrasound and they ran a special Recondo software and i was told ALL AND EVERYTHING i had to pay was about $200. I signed the financial responsibility statement LIMITING my part to approximately $200 . But not 50% more. Then now you are trying to charge me another 50% on top of that. This again went to some sort of collection company It is not the amount of money is the principle that BCH keeps doing this over and over to a lot of people . You can easily find my account by my first and last name … there is only one They should cancel the $40 debt and the $140 debt.Olivia Pfenderif I could give 0 stars I would. Inconsistent “care” if I can even call it that. Not one person asked me what happened or even listened when I tried to explain why I had ended up there. I felt like a huge inconvenience to these nurses and never saw a doctor. One worker came in and I asked for water and something for my head which was pounding after I hit it on concrete face first. She acted irritated and told me that I was getting fluid through the IV and ignored both of my requests completely. The paramedics told me I should follow up with a neurologist and when a nurse came in at 3:30AM to dispatch me–after being left alone for over 2 hours and not feeling any better–I told her what they suggested and she told me that wouldn’t be necessary. Needless to say I still made the appointment because I don’t trust anyone I came in contact with at this place. So discomforting and hopefully will never ever have to go there again. Complete waste of time and money.Araceli HernandezWorst place to go!!! Needles out and go thrown away in trash cans not the BIoHazard Or Sharps Container a blood tube left jn the counter came in with sever lower abdominal paid and back pain vomiting and bm every 5mins and they told me its nothing we are just the invisable patients that its a gummy ache its been 4weeks and that pain dont got away!!!!! Only Gave Me Zofren And Gi -.-Edward YoungI came down from Blackhawk and got released at 1 am asked how I could get home at that time in the morning and they said dont know I asked if I could sit in the lobby until buses start they said NO. AGAIN ..i go I’m 70 had stents in my heart a little over a week ago and I was not well I’m 70 yrs old and have been here since the 1960s I am very hurt that boulder has become like cool towards helping one another I called the crises line they in turn called the police dept and they gave me a ride to IHOP were I sat until ned bus runs once to ned I can hitch hike home and will think twice before I come back to boulder boulder has become rude and tarnished in my eyes what is wrong with you this used to be a very caringctown. Shame shame on you foothills coummity hospital you are horrible get you act back together you are very luck I did not get hurt getting realised at 1 am at 70 years old shame on you againCraig FlanickOutrageously expensive. They charged me over $800 for a simple x-ray. A technology which is over 100 years old. If your Dr. sends you here for any imaging ask them to send you to Touchstone or some independent imaging company.Hansine Pedersen-Goran⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI will be eternally grateful to the emergency room and first floor medical personnel of this exceptional, professional, kind and thoughtful hospital. Everyone was extraordinary from the Registered Nurses, Nurses Aides, Respiratory, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy teams and the Hospitalist and Emergency physicians. I owe you my life and all my gratitude. I had four inpatient days after going to the Emergency Room, Now that I am home recovering, the Home Health team has been providing excellent telephone support. This is the second time I have been in the Emergency Room, both times were excellent.Erika McClearyCame in to the ER a week after having my daughter with extreme pain. I had a cyst on my ovary the size of a softball and it was excruciating. Was told I wasn’t getting pain meds because “people drug seek”. Told me to take Advil. They sent me home. I called the women’s health center upstairs, because I was in so much pain I began vomiting and they had me come right back, and put me in surgery immediately. I can’t believe I was treated like that!!Christopher Davis⭐️⭐️Many things to say here… The hospital is not making money……somehow that is the goal of a hospital now? What is happening to our community??? Hospital is about to stop accepting BC/BS……Very strange considering the amount of people on that plan in Boulder alone. It is hard to believe that the hospital is losing money, considering the number of patients, and considering I was charged $2000 to see someone for exactly 5 minutes for what turned out to be a benign eye infection. Not to mention the overpriced eye drops, which you cannot get without a prescription. I was told it was this expensive because the “ER Level” was a 3 out of 5…. If staring at my eye is a 3, I wonder what 4 and 5 are for… Perhaps you should normalize your costs, and your ER Levels, and perhaps you should stop forcing your community members out of the community by being prohibitively expensive. I won’t mention the fact that the average doctor in our community makes about $330 000 per year, and that they have the audacity to complain publicly that THEY DON’T MAKE ENAUGH MONEY. Somehow, making 11 times minimum wage IS NOT ENAUGH, SO LETS JUST CHARGE EXORBITANT PRICES@!!! You get two stars for great service and great people.David HaltermanEmergency room, never did see a Dr., not even sure a full Dr. was on duty, just saw nurses and a PA. Was not asked about my current medications and given 5 different drugs that could have had an adverse reaction. Sent me home with incorrect diagnoses. Did lots of expensive tests but because they did not follow “SIMPLE” patient intake process. My primary care Dr. found I just needed one of my medications adjusted, which the ER missed because they never asked about my medications. Many other problems as well. Very poor quality of care. If you have to go to ER I suggest you go anywhere else but this ER.Kathy Small⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy doctor referred me to Foothills Hospital for skilled outpatient services on Friday afternoon. I received excellent care and wonderful service from every department. Alex in Reception worked the phones to ensure that both doctors’ orders were received and scheduled in the most efficient way. Mike and Dr. Wells in Imaging helped to keep my stress level low as they inserted a PICC line in my arm. Beforehand, the receptionist in Imaging had blankets delivered to the waiting room where I was lying on a sofa. Rita in Infusions was waiting for my arrival and was caring and thorough. Every person we met at the hospital was helpful and accommodating. Thank You!Katheryn Lumsden⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHave needed to use the ER here on more than one occasion with my children. They are wonderful. Great doctors and staff, we feel fortunate to have such an efficient ER so close.Frank Registrato⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI am the partner and caregiver for an Autistic person. Finding care where the Doctors listen is rough. A lot of the time they do not understand the intricate nature of the disease. The way things manifest within the brain of an Autistic person can make it difficult to asses their conditions. It also makes it difficult for some Doctors and hospitals to move past the random comments. Sometimes the patient with Autism can appear to be aggressive or drug seeking when they really just have no filter. We had to visit the hospital twice within 24 hours because of pain from a flare up of a chronic condition. Both times the Doctors and staff were very friendly. Dr. Feldhaus and Dr. Lund were both fabulous. Sarah and Harry were good nurses. It’s HARD to work in the emergency room. Nurses don’t make very much money and they work long hours. We come to this hospital because all of his regular Doctors are in Boulder. Boulder care is the better care.Harmony JohnsonThe nurses here act like you are a huge inconvience to them when you come in, sometimes you will get a doctor who is okay but not great and sometimes you will just get a plain old jerk for a doctor. I recommend that if you need urgent care and can make the extra miles to go over to Good Sam. I do not like the way the nursing staff treats you here and when you don’t feel well it goes a long ways when you treat someone with dignity and respect.Michelle My Belle⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThey were very prompt and professional and made us feel well cared for very thorough Christine was wonderful and Miss Joy really knows what she is doing, we appreciated her input and advice. This place has a very good atmosphere and all the staff members from Nicole at the front desk to the ladies who kept checking in on us were absolutely on pointGordon SamsWith a life threatening disease I walked out. They are a cash register. Your lucky to get 30 seconds of a doctors time. I found care in a small town doctors office.Alison⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedExcellent experience, all the staff had wonderful bedside manner. I was seen immediately in the emergency room (when’s the last time someone said that?). I was treated efficiently and with respect. Also, when lunchtime came around, they were able to respect all my dietary restrictions! The care I received was top notch and I left with a great diagnosis and steps for moving forward. Thanks everyone at Foothills, keep up the good work!Eric YuI dont know why they charge me for 2 yrs ago.Annette Parrish⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI should have gone straight to Foothills ER, but I went first to Kaiser because of numbness in my face and multiple episodes of tingling followed by slurred speech, and I thought Kaiser would help me get the tests I needed quickly. Didn’t get to see a doctor and saw a nurse practitioner who did a few simple neurological test–sticking out my tongue, standing with eyes closed, smiling, etc. She was professional and caring and ordered a non-emergency MRI to rule out stroke. Couldn’t call it an emergency because, other than numbness in the right side of my face, her tests were normal. Told me to go to the nearest ER if it happened again. When I called to scheduled the MRI at Kaiser, they couldn’t get me in for two weeks! I said never mind and, since I still had numbness and my speech was still affected, I went straight to the ER at Foothills. At Foothills, triage nurses came into the waiting room almost immediately, wouldn’t let me even stand up until they spoke with me to make sure I was OK, and within two hours the MRI was done which showed a 3cm brain mass. At least they ruled out stroke! Everyone in ER was very caring, and conscientious and the ER Dr. spent a good deal of time talking to Kaiser, trying to get approval for me to see a non-Kaiser specialist, who would be available more quickly than the Kaiser doctor. Ultimately they wouldn’t approve the non-Kaiser doctor, so I will be paying for him out-of-pocket and I will be changing insurance this month. I’m tired of trying to learn all the rules and work-arounds in the Kaiser game! It seems like Kaiser is all about the bottom line, while I felt like the Foothills staff really cared about my health and the best outcome for me.Kellen Bowers⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedAmazingly kind and caring staff. I have been in my fair share of ER’s in a handful of states and this is by far the best care I have ever received.jeremy borchertSitting in the waiting room over 2 hours with my sick 3 year old and still nothing hope it’s nothing serious. Dont come here you mite die in the waiting room was just told all rooms are full but I’m sitting in the waiting room with 2 people who have gone back and are now out here waiting on there rides so not only is the staff slow but they lie alsoBrian Sugden⭐️⭐️Went for side pain on Monday at 10pm and it too over 3 hours to do a basic blood / urine test and ultrasound. Somehow the nurse managed to forget to do it.christine stachel⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I had my son there, he was born at 33 weeks … The nurses were amazing…i thank them for the amazing around the clock care they gave to my son!! I cant wait to bring him home, but i know hes getting excellent care until can.Critical ThinkingI am a 51 year old mother of two. Olaf dress, pink patten leather shoes to paint a picture. Headed there in excruciating pain for five solid days after a cross country road trip. Could not concentrate. Had to leave work, can’t sleep. Had x-rays and the ER Dr. Gives me an ibruprofhen and tells me to have a good day!!! What kind of gross negligence is this!? Disappointed? No, disgusted is more like it at the level of – lack of care. This place is worthless unless you’re literally dying! They treat everyone as if they are an opiate seeking drug addict was the basis of her explanation as to why the hell I wasn’t leaving the EMERGENCY ROOM with noting more than a god dam aspirin! And, it’s a holiday weekend. I can’t get in to see a specialist for days!Joel EdsonDuring my first stay the er docs lied about my response of questions they had asked me which led to my insurance not covering my week long stay for pancreatitis. During my latest overnight stay in January the bill came to over $21,000. $7,000 + of that was for an MRI that wasn’t necessary. My research showed the national average for an MRI is just $2,500. If If you were informed whether or not a procedure was necessary and what the costs were associated with it at least you could make more informed decisions. The care is generally OK but I’ll choose different if there is a next time. You’ll live through the experience but it will cost youSteven McDermott⭐️⭐️⭐️Nice, large rooms but not great medical care if you have a serious hospitalization.Sally GlassIf I could leave zero starts I would. The triage nurse just ignored my pleas for help, she said it could be hours as all ambulances and existing people waiting would be ahead of us. Even then she disagreed with all the symptoms my daughter was presenting which I and another professional had witnessed. It was an emergency, I was so scared so we walked and went to Avista where we got emergency treatment and a ‘flight for life’ ride to a specialist hospital. Has I not left my daughter would be dead. How is it possible for one very old disinterested nurse refuse treatment and be the gatekeeper for help in the ER room.Yu Wang⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe class for the first time parents is really great! And it is free. They also provide verification for car seat. Stanley is super nice and spend 30 minutes to show how to install the car seat and why is that. We learned a lot from the classes.dan collins⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️As far as hospitals go. It was awesome. Nursing and medical staff very attentive and friendly. Had my son born here. Only complaint is the lack of coffee to keep me up on those long first nights.Kailey Lacy⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedVery friendly and caring staff. The cafeteria is pretty great too! The salad bar is delicious, and sometimes fresh from the rooftop garden.Vennie Thompson⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGoing in to Foothills for a neck x-ray. I will get back to you if I survive the experience and am not brain assaulted on the way. If a follow up comment fails to appear here soon, they got me… Really. Went for the x-ray. Went really well. Nothing like the deadly clam-bake at the Broadway campus. The way the radiologist looked at me I have “already dead” impossible to survive brainstem infiltration resolving. Resolving. I believe the info will be accurately provided to my provider for my next appointment I am not expected to survIve to attend. I am overjoyed! The run-around will be over! And truth told!Scott Wiley⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGood knowledge from Matt in the pharmacy,costomer care is Great…Jenna JonkerAstronomically expensive emergency room. Consider going elsewhere for a non-life threatening emergency. The doctors bill separately than the hospital, so expect to see two bills- six months later. I received 3 stiches in my finger from a PA (I never even saw a real doctor), and total cost (if you add BOTH bills) before insurance was $3000.Donny Hage⭐️⭐️⭐️This hospital does provide EXCELLENT care provided the staff assigned to your case ACTUALLY DID get into the medical profession because they, in fact, CARE. I have been to this hospital numerous times over the past 10 months I’ve been in Boulder due to diabetic issues. One of the times I was here, one of the ICU nurses told my partner and caregiver AND medical power of attorney holder he could have him removed from the property because he didn’t have a legal right to be present. Most recently, one of the ER nurses decided I couldn’t refuse an IV. I was already in 4-point restraints and had approximately 10 staff members in the room besides the nurse. The nurse decided to jam his thumbs under my jaw to try and make me submit to the IV. I told him it was illegal for him to cause me physical pain to which he responded, “I’ll stop causing you pain when you give me your arm.” Other than those two random experiences, the care I’ve received is probably the best I’ve ever received between traveling from California to Arizona to here.Dan FogartyI have been to this ER Twice in one week. My wife was admitted to the hospital after 3 hours with no care in the waiting room. Diagnosis Pneumonia. I am back with my daughter who turned blue and is also very sick and at time of this review we are at 2hrs 50 min and have seen one triage nurse Not really showing cometance yetNevada Jenkins⭐️⭐️I’ve been here
FAQ: Frequent Questions
Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the Foothills Hospital Emergency Room in Boulder.
◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Boulder?
Yes, of course. The Foothills Hospital is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The Foothills Hospital is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the Foothills Hospital in Boulder
The full address is 4747 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO 80303, United States.
◼️ What’s Foothills Hospital phone number?
The phone number of Foothills Hospital is +1 303-415-7000. 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 40.0163695 and a longitude of -105.2363882.
◼️ How much is it to go to the Foothills Hospital?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of Foothills Hospital 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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