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Glendora, CA 91741
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(909) 592-0198
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On March 30, 2006, my dad had a stroke while visiting my aunt/his sister in Azusa, CA. He was taken to Foothill Hospital (FPH) and we found out he needed surgery ASAP for a clogg...

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I went to the e.r. about two saturdays ago, with the flu symptoms, strep throat, a ruptured eardrum (with blood coming out of my right ear), nausea, and all that good vomiting stu...

Emergency Care 5/19/2006

On March 30, 2006, my dad had a stroke while visiting my aunt/his sister in Azusa, CA. He was taken to Foothill Hospital (FPH) and we found out he needed surgery ASAP for a clogged artery. We also found out he has cancerous tumors in several areas of his body. During his entire stay there, everyone was wonderful. I cannot say enough great things about every single employee there, including those whose names I cannot remember. From the friendly greeters, to the nurses, to the physicans and surgeons. From the time I walk into the hospital where I am greeted with friendly smiles, to the time I leave. My father was impressed so much that he does not want to go to any other hopsital for his care even though he lives in Glendale, CA. I live in TX and it gives me great comfort knowing he will be taken care of by the employees of Foothill Presbyterian Hospital. PROS: Small, intimate, location, employees CONS: location (i live in TX) more

Emergency Room Visit 5/26/2005

I went to the e.r. about two saturdays ago, with the flu symptoms, strep throat, a ruptured eardrum (with blood coming out of my right ear), nausea, and all that good vomiting stuff. I figured that since I had blood coming from my ear that they might do something soon about , oh and did I forget to mention that I was running a 102 fever? It took about an hour and a half for just the nurse to triage me. There were other patients that came after me that didn't seem that bad, that were called ahead of me. One guy who had a headache, and I had blood coming from my ear. After the lovely time in triage, it took another two hours before I was taken back to my bed. I was being taken care of by a lovely nurse named Daisy, and Dr Amato was excellent in her treatment and pain management for me, but what I didn't care for was the three and a half hour wait time for what I thought was urgent. Some of the nurses thought it was fun and game time rather than to try and hurry up the triage wait time. more
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  • Citrus Valley Health Partners, through its three hospital campuses and hospice, serves a community of nearly one million people in the San Gabriel Valley. Our mission is lived through the work of our 3,000+ staff members and more than 1,000 physicians.

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  • Hours:

    Daily, 24 hrs
  • Neighborhoods:

    Glendora
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