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Grateful Patients

  • BB B.

    Rideout treated me in a highly professional manner, and I am still feeling good because of them.
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  • DA

    It is nice to know that we have a hospital with such wonderful staff.
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  • JC J.

    I am doing well today thanks to them.
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  • RF

    We are very fortunate to have someone with his intelligence, education, expertise, knowledge and commitment.
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  • AC

    The emergency personal was execellent and the care was right there with the care he needed.
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  • TW

    His guidance and leadership are unparalleled!
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TW

Congratulations to Rideout Health for completing all of the necessary steps to correct problems identified by state inspectors.

That was no easy task. It took the entire team to finally give us a good hospital so vital to the needs of the community!

We owe a huge debt of gratitude to Bob Chason, who stepped up from being a board member to the CEO. His guidance and leadership are unparalleled!

BB B.

Rideout Health has been taking criticism recently for many issues: certification of the new ER, fines, prior administrative shortcomings, HVAC blowout and a thumbs-down from the A-D. I want to give a both-thumbs-up to the hospital.

I had a heart rate off the wall on an early December morning. The ambulance crew rushed me to the ER, where the room was ready, as was the staff. The required hookups happened immediately, the right questions were asked, my responses brought further quick actions, and the necessary injection to slow my heart rate was done within minutes of my arrival.

The doctor on duty, Dr. Schneider, had contacted my cardiologist, Dr. Iskikian, and they concurred on further treatment, electrical shock. This was also done expeditiously. I was transferred from the ER to the fourth floor, where any concerns were treated quickly by the nurses and affiliated staff. The hospital is loaded with TLC givers! I spent the night, and was released the next afternoon.

For those of you who think this is a simple "feel-good" piece, you are wrong. It is a highly complex feel-good story, as the personnel at Rideout treated me in a highly professional manner, and I am still feeling good because of them.

JC J.

I want to thank the doctors and nurses at Rideout Hospital in Marysville who took care of me after my heart surgery.

I am doing well today thanks to them.

DA

I hear all the time bad things about Rideout Memorial Hospital. I want to send out kudos to them.

I recently stayed there with pneumonia. I had fabulous care not only in the emergency room, but also up on 3-West.

I would like to thank the nurses on 3-West for their care, concern and quality care. It is nice to know that we have a hospital with such wonderful staff.

RF

Robert Chason, Rideout chief executive officer, is to be commended for trying to improve our community's only acute care hospital. It is a difficult endeavor after years of a lackadaisical attitude toward quality of care by the members of the Rideout board of directors. This board is the decision-making body and is not to be confused with the Rideout foundation. The foundation raises money for the hospital.

Chason has taken on the task of trying to provide us with a well-functioning hospital. He retired from UC Davis after 27 years with the last four as CEO of the medical center in Sacramento. He oversaw the introduction of telemedicine, electronic health records and the partnership with Rideout that created the Cancer Center in Marysville.

We are very fortunate to have someone with his intelligence, education, expertise, knowledge and commitment. There were many issues that needed to be resolved when he took over as CEO, and new ones have occurred. He has taken on the challenge of improving quality of care, the certification of the new emergency department and new addition and trying to improve public relations with community residents. I applaud his efforts.

AC

I just want to say I had to call the ambulance for my husband on Friday because he had a stroke.

The emergency personal was execellent and the care was right there with the care he needed.

When they sent him to VCICU, they was very helpful friendly and they was in there every few minutes to see if we needed everything.

Now he is in a regular room on the fourth floor and they are the same way.

I just want to say a big thank-you to Rideout Hospital for the kindness they have given my husband and to me.