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8700 Beverly Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90048
8700 Beverly BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90048
(310) 423-3277cedars-sinai.edu
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Cedars-Sinai is a non-profit hospital and research institution delivering world-class care to patients from around the world.
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"They saved my father's life two years ago by performing a valve replacement."
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Fatema Dossaji
2 weeks ago
My dad was treated here for his heart condition. All the doctors and medical staff here are amazing. They truly care about each patient and go out of their way in doing so. All the doctors I met excelled in their field. And were very professional and courteous towards the patients and their family. They saved my father's life two years ago by performing a valve replacement. He was 90 years old at that time. This gave my dad another two years of his life. Just recently, my dad was brought again to the hospital for a stroke. Even though,sadly, he did not survive his treatment this time, the Cedars staff did not leave any room for negligence. And, treated him with utmost care and respect until his last moments.
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Claude James Sr
2 months ago
We had to leave Minneapolis MN with a great Mayo clinic and an also fabulous Abbott Northwestern Hospital to come to the best Heart Transplant Hospital in the world. Cedars Sinai staff and Doctors lived up to the challenge. I'm sure every hospital has some negative review's maybe we are blessed and cooperative with staff and officials and have only had a great experience. We know our Bill will be about a million dollars but my wife's life is worth it. My only complaint is i wished they would have had some type of Ronald McDonald housing for out of state patients, since Beverly Hills housing is ridiculously high. Great Hospital. A heart for Bruna James gofundme
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Sarah Latschkowski
4 months ago
This hospital saved my husbands life and gave him a liver transplant which couldnt of gone any better. The staff was polite the nurses have great bedside manners and theyre knowledgeable as are the Doctors. Just a great team of people. We can't thank them enough.
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Ruth Alfaro
6 months ago
My dad is on blood thinners he's arm was bleeding out thru the fistola this would and should be a key factor RN suggested that we will be waiting in the ER for 3 hrs!!!!! Urgh
Allan Rutenberg
a month ago
I went to the Cedars ER over a week ago because I had suffered a scalding burn to my leg. The doctor (who spent less than 2 minutes with me) told me it was a 1st degree/maybe 2nd degree; had a (rookie) tech dress the wound & told me to redress once a day and after a week or 2 it should be healed. On day 4 of my (home) treatment, I was encouraged by a friend (RN) to visit her burn clinic at another hospital. Upon immediate examination I was told it was bad - a 3rd degree with "full thickness" & also, now, infected! I was admitted that night and my (1st) surgery the next day. A few days later, grafting was also done & here I still sit in bed, at the hospital, recovering. Now, EVERY doctor I've spoken to since has told me that burns take 2-3 days to truly "present" themselves - that being said, why didn't the Cedar's MD tell me to do a follow up visit/see a specialist in a couple of days?!? To me, that is an epic failure of healthcare & now I'm paying the price.
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Julian Haro
2 months ago
I absolutely have nothing negative to mention about Cedars. Service and quality are both world class. Thank you for also saving my mothers life. Forever thankful
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Eduviges Lopez
a month ago
The wait to get a room wasn't bad. But once I got to the room it's been a long wait. I came in at 430, it's now 715 and no one, no one has come to see me. Feeling a lot of pain. Not good.
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Matthias Elliott
7 months ago
The service was fine I suppose. The billing has been atrocious. They failed to correctly bill my insurance and have been corrected numerous times yet have not successfully resubmitted it (my insurance still has not been billed over a year later) and while in dispute reported me to collections. Several times I've explained it to a representative they have seemingly understood, told me they would handle it and get back to me and then no response and the next person I talk to it's like the previous conversation never happened. Meanwhile they have failed to notify the collections agency. If this goes on much longer I will be contacting an attorney and filing a lawsuit.
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