Antelope Valley Hospital

Hospital Antelope Valley

Lancaster, CA. The Antelope Valley Hospital (AVH) is a public hospital in Lancaster, California, specializing in acute care. Complimentary profile report for Antelope Valley Hospital (Lancaster, CA).

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  • First aid services: - Other specialised services: For the Antelope Valley Hospital (Lancaster, California) my overall ranking is characterized by a dichotomy based on my outstanding and awful years. Briefly, if you are transferred here by your family doctor, I think you will have a fairly good overall practice, but if you come here for emergencies, you will most likely have a bad one.

First we look at the bright side of this hospital. The first time I came to Antelope Valley, my family doctor had very restricted special treatment options for his patient, so I sometimes came to this place to treat myself. Most of these experience struck me and I would consider all of them worth an average of four stars.

Unfortunately, my family doctor still does not have sufficient equipment for emergencies or even emergencies in the evenings. Recently this made me come to this hospital in the midnight after my woman had driven me here at godless haste. As I sat there in agony, I realized how awful something was smelling.

Upscaling my own mind from my own grief to look around the room, I realised that I was surrounding myself with several troglodyte and bottom-feeder. When I had received all my health information, I was put in a wheel chair and taken somewhere in the hospital where I was waiting. Waiting there, in my wheel chair in the center of a derelict corridor for several of them.

When I saw the sun rise as I left this hospital, I wish I had taken my chance that I would not be dying, and I had gone to my family doctor when the emergency service was opened for the time. This would have prevented me from being even less happy if I had experienced this hell hole when I was in horrible pains.

But I had no clue that it would take a few long sessions before someone in this hospital would see me for what is considered an emergenc. I hope I never have to come back to the ambulance again. When I need an ambulance, I'll consider all the other possibilities first.

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