Profile

Cover photo
Verified local business
Tri-City Medical Center
Medical Clinic
Today Open 24 hours
16 followers|1,204,131 views
AboutPostsPhotosVideos

Stream

Tri-City Medical Center

Shared publicly  - 
 
Join us next week as Dr. Adib presents on ways to help with overactive bladder. Reserve your spot today by calling 855.222.8262 #docisin
1
Add a comment...

Tri-City Medical Center

Shared publicly  - 
 
We're committed to doing our part for water conservation during the drought. Through our efforts to reduce our water waste and increase our effectiveness, we hope to save over 10 million gallons of water each year!

Read more about our efforts in an article by the San Diego Union-Tribune: http://ow.ly/QqDMU
Tri-City Medical Center in Oceanside finds simple changes can save millions of gallons.
1
Add a comment...

Tri-City Medical Center

Shared publicly  - 
 
When Tri-City Medical Center first opened its doors in July 1961, the mission was to support the community. While we may look different from 54 years ago, our mission is still the same. Thank you for your support through the years and here's to many more!
1
Add a comment...

Tri-City Medical Center

Shared publicly  - 
 
It's important to protect yourself from foodborne illness at picnics and cookouts - here are a few simple ways to avoid getting sick: http://ow.ly/QePk8
1
Add a comment...

Tri-City Medical Center

Shared publicly  - 
 
A big congratulations to Robert Veluz, RN in the ICU! He was selected as the University of San Diego MEPN Preceptor of the Year! Robert will be honored at the University of San Diego Placement Appreciation Dinner in November for his extraordinary work.

Robert, thank you for utilizing your time and talent to strengthen the students' clinical nursing knowledge and skills. #iamtricity
1
Add a comment...

Tri-City Medical Center

Shared publicly  - 
 
TCMC Is a proud supporter of the Supergirl Pro. Check out the details! http://ow.ly/PWCh2
Supergirl Pro Surf Skate Snow Girls Action Sports
1
Add a comment...

Tri-City Medical Center

Shared publicly  - 
 
Tri-City Medical Center is pleased to welcome Cheryle Bernard-Shaw as our Chief Compliance Officer! Cheryle is a committed compliance executive with a proven record of leading organization-wide compliance adaptation efforts and growing a focus on risk management.

“Cheryle brings a strong legal background with a track record of success in instituting and growing compliance, risk management and privacy programs,” said Larry Schallock, chair of Tri-City Healthcare District’s Board of Directors. “She is a hands-on leader and her passion for excellence will benefit our team and our community.”

Welcome to the Tri-City family, Cheryle! #iamtricity
1
Add a comment...
Have them in circles
16 people
Lakeview Regional Medical Center's profile photo
Jackie Lleverino's profile photo
homemedicshop's profile photo
Jamie Kasper Johnson's profile photo
Jake Soto's profile photo
AAAHC's profile photo
Ellen plantz's profile photo
RED Medical Supplies's profile photo
Jenelle Lovelady's profile photo

Tri-City Medical Center

Shared publicly  - 
 
Breastfeeding is vital for the health and well-being of a newborn child. And in celebration of World Breastfeeding Week, Tri-City Medical Center recognizes the dedication new mothers have after leaving the hospital. That is why we are proud to support new mothers and their newborn children through education classes and support groups. Please check out our breastfeeding support group for more information – and best of all, it is free!

http://ow.ly/Qi7lA

We are looking forward to seeing you there!
1
Add a comment...

Tri-City Medical Center

Shared publicly  - 
 
We would like recognize Dr. Jeffrey Leach who is officially retiring on August 1. Dr. Leach joined Tri-City Medical Center in 1977. During his time with TCMC, he was appointed to the position of Chief of Staff from 1984-1985 and served on the Quality Assurance and Process Improvement Committee for many years.

Dr. Leach spent his entire medical career at Tri-City Medical Center and in the Tri-City community. He said he is very fond of the staff, nurses, Administration, Board of Directors and his patients. He described his retirement as bittersweet, but is looking forward to traveling, spending time with his grandchildren and possibly teaching medical students.

Thank you Dr. Leach for all of your dedicated years advancing the health and wellness of those we serve! We wish you well in all of your future endeavors! #tricitydocs
1
Add a comment...

Tri-City Medical Center

Shared publicly  - 
 
TONIGHT!!
Join the nurses from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit from Tri-City Medical Center and the Tri-City Hospital Foundation for a Paint Nite NICU Fundraiser!

Where: Fifty Barrels Urban Winery: 230 Main Street, Vista, CA, 92084
When: Thursday, July 30, 2015
Time: 7:00 PM
Price: $45.00

Proceeds will go towards the remodeling of the NICU
In just about two hours while sipping on a cocktail, performing artists will guide you through each painting you create. You will be provided everything you will need: canvas, paints, brushes and even a smock. You just bring your fun loving friends and we'll make sure your inner Picasso is unleashed.

For more information, email Stephanie Benyebka at: benyebkasm@tcmc.com
1
Add a comment...

Tri-City Medical Center

Shared publicly  - 
 
We want to extend a big thank you to Patricia Speelman, MD, who recently retired on June 30th. Dr. Speelman specialized in dermatology, started practicing medicine in 1981, and began practicing at Tri-City Medical Center in 1990. She earned an Air Force scholarship to medical school which brought her from New York to California.

Dr. Speelman said she is most looking forward to golfing and sleeping in a little later in her retirement. She will be keeping busy as she plans to attend an 8 month golf academy to become a golf professional.

Thank you Dr. Speelman for all of your dedicated years advancing the health and wellness of those we serve! We wish you well at golf academy and in all of your future endeavors! #tricitydocs
1
Add a comment...

Tri-City Medical Center

Shared publicly  - 
 
The Tri-City Medical Center Intensive Care Unit (ICU) was recently recognized by the Patient Experience Committee for their outstanding patient care and service. Congratulations to the ICU and a big thank you for everything you do to advance the health and wellness of our patients! #iamtricity
1
Add a comment...
Contact Information
Map of the business location
4002 Vista Way Oceanside, CA 92056
4002 Vista WayUSCaliforniaOceanside92056
(760) 724-8411tricitymed.org
Medical Clinic, Hospice
Medical Clinic
Hospice
Doctor
Emergency Room
Rehabilitation Center
Cancer Treatment Center
Today Open 24 hours
Monday Open 24 hoursTuesday Open 24 hoursWednesday Open 24 hoursThursday Open 24 hoursFriday Open 24 hoursSaturday Open 24 hoursSunday Open 24 hours
Located in the city of Oceanside, Tri-City Medical Center is a Gold Seal-approved, full-service, acute-care hospital with two advanced clinical institutes and physicians practicing in 60 specialties.
Google+ URL

Street View

Panorama
Your Activity
Write a review
Review Summary
2.9
45 reviews
5 star
16 reviews
4 star
4 reviews
3 star
1 review
2 star
7 reviews
1 star
17 reviews
"Both times labor and delivery and post partum units were extraordinary."
"I have COPD and could get pneumonia from this contact!"
"Emergency room staff lost the first urine sample provided."
Photos
Scrapbook photo 2
Scrapbook photo 3
Scrapbook photo 4
Scrapbook photo 5
Scrapbook photo 6
Upload public photo
People
Have them in circles
16 people
Lakeview Regional Medical Center's profile photo
Jackie Lleverino's profile photo
homemedicshop's profile photo
Jamie Kasper Johnson's profile photo
Jake Soto's profile photo
AAAHC's profile photo
Ellen plantz's profile photo
RED Medical Supplies's profile photo
Jenelle Lovelady's profile photo
All reviews
Shannan Stevens
in the last week
I went to the ER for severe flu. As I was being checked in, the admitting nurse immediately wanted to order as many tests as possible. X-rays EKG bloodwork urine sample. Without even taking a stethoscope and checking my breathing, thinking that I had pneumonia. I was so out of it I went and got the x-rays done. Then, I waited for three hours and there was still no bed available for me. Because they close down half the ER at midnight. There were several people laying down on benchs, waiting to be admitted into the ER for a bed. I ended up leaving. before I left I inquired about the x-rays and they said my doctor would have to request them Or I'd have to come back during normal business hours. I have no doctor. I realize now that the admitting nurse was trying to rack up the bill is high as possible. They took x-rays of my chest and didnt use any kind of protective guard. I felt that it was a total waste of time and I received no care. What kind of hospital closes half the ER down at midnight? Obviously they have plenty of beds they are just choosing not to use them. And what kind of Hospital allows the admitting nurse to order all these test before even seen a doctor?
• • •
Jenelle Lovelady
3 months ago
I had my baby here and I couldn't have asked for a better experience. All the nurses were attentive, caring, and looked out for my best interest. Would highly recommend delivering here, especially because of the NICU. God forbid your baby has to go to the NICU, you will feel like you are surrounded by family being among the NICU staff.
P Bee
3 months ago
My father had to stay for two nights due to a heart condition. He was treated so well by the staff and the physician and had nothing but positive feedback about Tri-City medical center. He is a retired ICU-CCU nurse and has been around hospitals all his life. I consider his feedback about Tri-City like gold because he would know best about quality of care in hospitals.
Jeremy Raimo
3 months ago
My wife gave birth at Tri-City twice in less than 2 years. Both times labor and delivery and post partum units were extraordinary. The nursing staff was kind and caring, she received her epidural well before the delivery which made everything much less stressful. We are very grateful for the care we received from the entire team.
Farrah Prasertwaitaya
2 months ago
I had to go to this hospital twice both experiences were miserable. I waited 4 hours to be treated for a twisted ankle and when I finally saw a doctor it was only for about 5 minutes. It was absolutely not worth the wait. The staff was rude and condescending. I understand that their jobs are difficult but they didn't have to take it out on patients. The second time I was brought in by local police officers who unlawfully entered my home and brought me to this pathetic excuse called a hospital. I was not told by staff why I had arrived or why I had to stay and I was in a comprehensible frame of mind. They asked me to undress but they would not tell me why I had to stay. So I logically refused and declined because there was male staff in the room. The male and female forcefully undressed me. THEY VIOLATED MY RIGHTS AS A PATIENT AND AS A WOMAN. I was forced to stay against my will. The medical doctor said there was no reason for me to stay. I talked to the hospital's psychiatrist and he diagnosed me with bipolar disorder within a few minutes of talking to me. I am not an actual doctor nor do I have medical experience but I am intelligent enough to understand that a correct diagnosis of bipolar disorder should take more than a few minutes. I have no family history of bipolar or former diagnosis of this particular disorder. The staff also wouldn't allow my family to see me. They ended up sedating me and transferring me to a psychiatric facility. This place is a prime example of the corruption within our American heathcare system. I highly recommend avoiding this hospital at all costs.
• • •
Response from the owner - 2 months ago
Hello Farrah, We sincerely would like to apologize for your negative experiences at Tri-City Medical Center. To continuously improve our patient experience, we would like an opportunity to learn more about yours. If you are open to speaking with someone, please call our Patient Relations Specialist at 760-940-3350. Sincerely, Tri-City Hospital District
Andrea Benton
3 months ago
I delivered my son at Tri-City and the experience was superb. I was a little scared since it was my first baby, but the delivery team made me feel so comfortable and at ease during this whole process. I really appreciated the delivery nurse and her sensitivity to get me through the things of having a baby that are less than glamorous. After the delivery, I felt like I was in a hotel: I got to order "room service" including a steak dinner with husband, evening turndown service were they rub your back with lotion, and anything else I needed. I ended up using the lactation consultations quite often and thanks to her guidance I was able to breastfeed my baby even with all the challenges that we faced. I am so grateful to have such an amazing team who made us feel so special.
• • •
Joyce Johnson's profile photo
Joyce Johnson
3 months ago
My son got MRSA at this hospital. For 5 days I visited him in ICU and NO ONE told me he had MRSA so I entered his room unprotected and even kissed him! I have COPD and could get pneumonia from this contact! MRSA is the worst of all bacterial infections and is considered a highly communicable dangerous super bug. With proper procedures this should NEVER have happened! A new study, in the March issue of the American Journal of Infection Control, reveals that hospitals with a board certified director in infection prevention and control would have substantially lowered rates of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bloodstream infections (BSI), compared with hospitals that are not led by a certified professional.
• • •
Response from the owner - 3 months ago
Hello Joyce, We sincerely would like to apologize for your negative experience with Tri-City Medical Center's ICU. To continuously improve our patient experience, we would like an opportunity to learn more about yours. If you are open to speaking with someone, please call our Patient Relations Specialist at 760-940-3350. Sincerely, Tri-City Hospital District
Sun Diego's profile photo
Sun Diego
5 months ago
This is by far the worst hospital; Tricity is worse than a 3RD world country hospital. I was in ER this week- 8 hours for nothing. Here is how it works- 1. You check in- wait for 30 plus minutes 2. After 30 minutes-Triage- then wait another 40 minutes 3. X-Ray- after this wait another 45 minutes to be taken into a cubicle 4. 45 minutes later- another nurse comes and tells you- please wait for another 2 hours 5. 2 Hours later- physician assistant comes- says she will order an xray- hello miss-the x-ray was taken 2 plus hours ago- she says oh really- i havent heard from xray dept. let me check- 6. 50 minutes later- you walk back and forth and these people are all sitting in the room chatting- EMT,NURSE, PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT 7. I am like can you please check- my 12 year old is hungry- please 8. 45 minutes later PA Comes in and tells me- well the Radiologist has not had a chance to view x-ray 9. Now i tell her- madam- Physician assistant- i have been here almost 8 hours I think i need to leave- here is my insurance information again- please bill me and call me with results. 10. Long story short- in 3 minutes the REGISTRATION LADY SHOWS UP- HAHAHAH now they are scared they wont get paid for this scam- hahah in 45 minutes they check me out end result- X-RAY NEGATIVE NO MEDICATION NEEDED NO BANDAGE NEEDED- I Literally had to tell the PA and EMT to put a splinter for my kids finger- and they they still couldnt do it! This place is a Joke! THIS PLACE SUCKS- TRICITY NEEDS TO BE SHUT DOWN! We could have driven to Tijuana,Mexico- 45 minutes drive and gotten better care and cheaper and faster- and i am neither latino nor can speak a Lick of Spanish- hahahah! TRICITY HOSPITAL IS HELL- STAY AWAY!
• • •
Response from the owner - 5 months ago
Hello Sun Diego, We sincerely would like to apologize for your negative experience with Tri-City Medical Center's Emergency Department. To continuously improve our patient experience, we would like an opportunity to learn more about yours. If you are open to speaking with someone, please call our Patient Relations Specialist at 760-940-3350. We would relish the opportunity to hear the details surrounding your recent visit. Sincerely, Tri-City Hospital District