Legacy Emanuel Hospital & Health Center - Rehabilitation Services located at 3025 North Vancouver Avenue in Portland, Oregon provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Legacy Emanuel Hospital & Health Center - Rehabilitation Services provides help for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Counseling that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Portland, Oregon, then entering addiction treatment at Legacy Emanuel Hospital & Health Center - Rehabilitation Services is the right choice. Legacy Emanuel Hospital & Health Center - Rehabilitation Services generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
Legacy Emanuel Hospital & Health Center - Rehabilitation Services also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Most Insurances, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Visa. Legacy Emanuel Hospital & Health Center - Rehabilitation Services can be contacted through their website at www.legacyhealth.org.
Needn't I say no more ,but want to thank all the hard doctors and Nurses for the wonderful job you all doing to take care of the public .Recently had the opportunity to visit these Wonderful hospital after driving for about 80miles from the coast to pick up a client ,even though there was a little bit confusion ,everything was handle professionally and calmly.Tamara the RN on Duty did a fantastic job and also make sure Iam well taking care of before leaving with the client ,since I have a long way home she offer me water to take with me ,she was a life saver.Legacy Emanuel Medical Center is blessed to have such a wonderful good soul RN Tamara at the burn center.She deserve a raise .God bless you all and Tamara You are doing a fine job and the world need more people like you.keep up the good work...
Needn't I say no more ,but want to thank all the hard doctors and Nurses for the wonderful job you all doing to take care of the public .Recently had the opportunity to visit these Wonderful hospital after driving for about 80miles from the coast to pick up a client ,even though there was a little bit confusion ,everything was handle professionally and calmly.Tamara the RN on Duty did a fantastic job and also make sure Iam well taking care of before leaving with the client ,since I have a long way home she offer me water to take with me ,she was a life saver .Legacy Emanuel Medical Center is blessed to have such a wonderful good soul RN Tamara at the burn center.She deserve a raise .God bless you all and Tamara You are doing a fine job and the world need more people like you .keep up the good work
they give me real life money to work here :EDIT: I still get real life money to work here. They took employee lunch discounts and Christmas bonuses away though ):
All 4 of my grand children were born in a Legacy Hospital. I can't begin to say how great my experience was while my daughter was here. The nurses were great, most of the time, it seems though some of the overnight nurses just weren't happy to be there which carried over to the patients. It was nice to have the cafe in the atrium open almost all night, so we could head down and get late night snacks.
Dgtr had traumatic injury a few years back. Services were personable, expert and solicitous. ER nurse, UP trained and excellent!
Day Surgery At Emmanuel. My Nurses Katie, Rachel, Sara, Doug & Stephen were all very friendly professional & caring. Dr Chui anesthesiologist made my surgery seem like a quick painless nap. Dr Gellman Surgeon quick steady hands with careful scalpel & professional handling of the tools of his trade. All left me knowledgeable, comfortable & reassured that I will heal quickly & comfortable.
Best hospital in town. I had open heart surgery here and I had my baby here. I'm at the hospital monthly for blood draws and have nothing negative to say. Staff are outstanding. Facilities are great. Some of these reviews are a joke!
My husband was brought to Legacy Emanuel after a car accident. I cannot believe the incredible care, compassion and support we received from all staff, especially the nurses in the TRACU. We are thankful, and our lives are enriched by just knowing them. Our favorite was Chris, who went out of his way to explain and educate without judgement. Thank you
Have had great experience with my daughter and treatment, however, brought her in for an appointment and went to the cafe and watched at least 40 people walk through sit down and eat and in an hour and a half not one person came out to wipe tables down. I watched people continue to sit down at dirty tables repeatedly. This is a hospital where doctor work and touch sick people all day long and then all feed in this common area that is very very unsanitary.
I wasn't a customer of this place, but my dad was. He was brought here via ambulance due to a medical emergency. He was a guest in the hospital for 10-days. They saved his life. All the doctors and nurses were fantastic. The place is very clean. They did an excellent job taking care of him and communicating updates to us. It is a very big hospital and it can be difficult to navigate.
i am here every 4 weeks and i do not even dread it! the nurses on the 3rd floor are so kind and considerate. they make sure i am comfortable, understand what is going on, and kept fed. i love chatting with them and they do a great job
Every person I have dealt with at Emanuel are kind, considerate, and knowledgeable, with the exception of ER.
They took very good care of me after my horrific car accident good job legacy
I had thyroid surgery at Legacy Emanuel Hospital in May 2017. The nurses who took care of me after surgery were kind and knowledgeable, but whoever inserted my urinary catheter prior to surgery should have washed his or her hands. I developed a severe bladder infection within a few days--painful, debilitating, and disruptive of my healing. That could have been prevented easily by following documented procedures. Preregistration people gave me false information that led me into a multi-hour phoning session to find out whether I could choose an anesthesiologist who was in-network for my insurance. Poor training there--again avoidable. The food service people were lovely, the food itself deplorable, inedible. I will avoid this hospital in the future if possible.
Love this hospital All the nurses at L&D were amazing I had two beautiful experience when I delivered there
Not cool who ever ripped off my friends this morning at Emanuel Hospital. They were there to say good buy to a friend who is dying from burns that she got when there house caught fire last week. You know who you are, you should not do that to people. The people that work there are very good at what they do but people like you need to understand that you should not do things like that.
The staff was top notch .Can't say enough good things about them .The billing dept is horrible this hospital was out of my network I had to file a appeal with my insurance company I live Calif .had Heart Attack up in Washington state so had worked out a deal to refinance my home to pay what was owed but they turned me in to collections so killed my credit score so we couldn't get the loan screwed me but also screwed them and I called them once a month to keep them up to date but still sent us to collection. Now will have this on my record for 7 years and I will not pay them a dime let them sue me they could of had there money .
"Loved it" is not the wording I'd expect to use for a hospital, but... My sister had brain cancer and was practically indigent, with no health insurance. I was astounded by the high degree of professionalism and care that she received, irrespective of her financial situation. Everyone, and I mean everyone, from floor nurses to ICU nurses to doctors to counselors to kitchen staff to help desk were wonderful, caring, and giving people. She got the best care possible.