Providence Holy Cross Medical Center (Mission Hills)

Type Emergency Room (ER)
City Mission Hills CA
State Los Angeles
Address 15031 Rinaldi St Unit #1
Phone number +1 818-365-8051
Website california.providence.org View
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Providence Holy Cross Medical Center 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 Providence Holy Cross Medical Center phone number to confirm.

Providence Holy Cross Medical Center Reviews

Before you go to Providence Holy Cross Medical Center, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Mission Hills emergency room think.

Kathleen Resendez My daughter was there to have her first child. My daughter found out she was pregnant when she went to jail during his sixth month. She was released two weeks prior to her due date. Being that she didn’t know of her pregnancy, she didn’t see a doctor. While incarcerated she did receive healthcare once she made the decision to continue her pregnancy. Our family also faces homelessness which was a huge factor for any mom, especially a new mom. This being said, she realized her situation wasnt hopeless and keeping her child did not mean her baby would be taken from her. There was help for her. When it was time, I took her to Holy Cross. The first issue is when she was judged for not having prenatal care until her sixth month when she was I jail. Then came the question of drug use. Once that information was known, my child received the worst healthcare I’ve ever seen. Nurses wouldn’t acknowledge her. Doctors wouldn’t inform her. Her needs were unimportant. Their focus was the child. Yes, the baby needs attention! Staff didnt want to see that they had two patients, not one! I now felt the staff deemed it appropriate to punish my child for her choices. I was hoping this was untrue. There was no denying this when a c-section was necessary and as I waited outside to be called in, I heard my child scream. I went to look and was finally allowed in the room, much longer than typical. In what seems like forever, and I have video of this, my child suffered in tremendous pain. She cried that she felt everything. I looked at a nurse who shook her head as to say my child was over exaggerating. I looked to the anastesialigist who said he is giving he the max that he could since she was given an epidural prior. I tried to explain to my daughter that shes simply experiencing pulling and tugging, not actual pain. She assured me that pain is what she was experiencing, as she continued to inform staff who seemed to not her. I looked to my right as the anastesialigist sat calmly beside me doing nothing. My child’s screams for help as she cried that she was going to pass out from the pain, crying that she CAN feel pain! When my child began to repeat that she was going to pass out did the anastesialigist finally rise from his comfortable seating to attend to my child’s needs. My child underwent what the staff at Holy Cross believed she deserved for using drugs during her pregnancy. I don’t agree with my daughters choice but knowing her previous lifes traumas, I understood. During her recovery we were informed by staff that they were going to involve DCFS. Their reason was due to her lack of healthcare. We showed proof that once she knew, he received it in jail charges didn’t stick. Then the baby wouldn’t be released until drug tests came back. Neither tested positive. They had no report for DCFS .Then came accussation of her not bonding with her newborn. My daughter just underwent MAJOR surgery that deters many from being able to enjoy their new child. My daughter endured horrific pain & was expected change & feed her newborn. She chose to quit smoking cigarettes & breast feed her child. Repeated requests for assistance were ignored. Now DCFS was called reportirg neglect. Charges didnt hold. If bonding was an issue nursing would be encouraged as its the best form of bonding. Nurses response was “doctor said bottle feeding ONLY.” DCFS was now told we were homeless. This was now their fourth attempt to remove my daughter from her newborn. It worked. Why? My child was homeless. My daughter just had her first child and instead of being able to enjoy this experience she was forced to undergo so many different levels of fears as staff felt her unfit for any reason until they found a viable one. A SW did visit my child prior to release. The SW was assured my new grandbaby was going to be safe & allowed my daughter to take her from the hospital. My daughter continues to have issues due to staff judging her and not stopping until they were forced to. If you use drugs, DO NOT COME HERE! YOU WILL BE PUNISHED!Brian Keith⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI can NOT complain. If this hospital wasn’t here, I’d be DEAD. CARDIAC LIFE SAVERS!!Anita Parker⭐️⭐️If you ever want to wait long hours just to be told you’ve got something completely different than what you describe this hospital is for you! I had an absolutely terrible experience here and am extremely disappointed. If you are having any kind of emergency DO NOT GO HERE. They will only make you feel crazy and send ya home with medication that has nothing to do with your complaints. Came here with gastrointestinal bleeding, nausea and pain and left being told I was constipated. The medication made everything worse and I believe they misdiagnosed me. I saw the doctor twice and after telling the doctor my complaints it’s as if they only heard part of what I was saying. I am highly disappointed in this hospital’s emergency room. The nurses are the reason I’m giving this two stars instead of one. Please heed my warning and go to another hospital for your medical emergency needs. They definitely won’t give you a proper diagnosis or testing and the doctors are harsh and emotionless and completely Ignore you. Never coming here EVER again! P.S. The wait time is over 1.5 hours to even get your vitals checked then another 1.5 to be taken to a room then 45-60 mins to be seen by the doctor!Jill Vesey Texeira⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedAll ER takes med I cal FYImeesh elle⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGood people here! Knock down your pa-toot-and come back to your game, so do not deviate! Often on Sundays, a chapel and magic wand projections so you can feel the love from head to toe. I included a list of tee-vee stations / channels, so if you’re waiting you can spend less time browsing the channel. hugs and kisses Good people here. They bust their patooty’s to get you back on your game so do not go getting it twisted! Menudo on Sundays, a Chapel & magic wand screenings so you feel the love from head to toe! I included a list of the tee-vee stations / channels so if you’re waiting for you to spend less time channel surfing. hugs and kisses

FAQ: Frequent Questions

Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the Providence Holy Cross Medical Center Emergency Room in Mission Hills.

◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Mission Hills?

Yes, of course. The Providence Holy Cross Medical Center is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.

◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?

Yes, of course. The Providence Holy Cross Medical Center is open on holidays and also on Sundays.

◼️ What’s the address of the Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills

The full address is 15031 Rinaldi St Unit #1, Mission Hills, CA 91345, United States.

◼️ What’s Providence Holy Cross Medical Center phone number?

The phone number of Providence Holy Cross Medical Center is +1 818-365-8051. 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 34.279782 and a longitude of -118.4599806.

◼️ How much is it to go to the Providence Holy Cross Medical Center?

The cost of visiting the emergency room of Providence Holy Cross Medical Center 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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