Based out of Portland, Oregon, Providence St Vincent Med Ctr is a multi-faceted substance abuse organization with various flexible drug and alcohol addiction treatment options, including Counseling. In addition to these treatment options, there are drug and alcohol addiction treatment areas of specialization to further help struggling addicts recover effectively. Such areas of specialization include: Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction.
Because it's understandable that seeking addiction rehab in Portland, Oregon, especially if it's one's first time doing so, can feel like a pretty scary thing. This is why the addiction therapists and counselors at Providence St Vincent Med Ctr do everything in their power to make their patients feel as comfortable as possible, as to ease this initial scary feeling.
Providence St Vincent Med Ctr also takes accepted medical insurances, i.e. Medicaid, Medicare, Most Insurances, and certain payment options upon qualification, such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Medicaid, Medicare, Visa. Providence St Vincent Med Ctr may be contacted via their website at www.providence.org.
Dr Vivek Deshmukh is an Awesome Dr skilled at both Patient Care & Bedside Manor ! When I met him, I had no doubt he was going to take care of me as if I was his own Mother. Brain surgery is a scary thing to face, not just for me, but my Kids & after he talked to them, they felt the same comfort I did & Believe Me, my Sons were Scared to death. He explained to them as if they were the patient with patience & compassion & made them feel a lot more confidence that everything was going to be fine ! I recommend my Dr D to anyone facing the difficult surgeries, he really took the fear out ! Thank you Dr D
I’ve had several visits to Providence St Vincents in the last few years. It is a warm, clean environment. The staff holds true to their values - respect, compassion, excellence, justice and stewardship. They took great care of me. Thank you to all the staff for all of your hard work and service.
Awesome cardiac group. Everyone went out of their way to make sure you get what you need when you need it. Drs, Pa’s, nurses & everyone we came in contact with were great!!!. Made us feel confident in the care we were getting.
If I could give 10 stars I would!.. they saved my life after being turned away at another hospital!.. I had sepsis and would have died from it if not for the tremendous care given at this hospital!.. I was there for four days and every single person I encountered were terrific!.. thank you so much for saving my life!..
Was in the Pediatrics unit for two and a half days with my son. The entire staff was amazing! They are truly professionals there. You’ll be in good hands.
A shout out to Dr. Kozak, who treated me in Emergency care with a suspected pulmonary embolism. He turned out to be right and his quick assessment and thorough, detailed care saved my life. I was really impressed by how first rate that emergency unit was and especially Dr. Kozak's medical professionalism and expertise. He also took ample time to thoroughly explain what was happening and why, which was very helpful to me and my family emotionally, while I was struggling to breathe. He also called me at home a few days after to make sure I understood everything so I could best take care of my recovery. Many thanks also to the staff that night, I couldn't remember all the names.
I found Dr. Graham while in the process of establishing a PCP. He was attentive, friendly, down to earth and wanted to get to know me. He made my first visit a good experience along with the front desk staff on the 2nd floor. Great personalities!
Amazing nurses in the mother baby unit. Also in prenatal care top of the line!
This is a GREAT hospital. Everyone is always helpful and friendly. In the past I went to the providence in NE Portland, then went to kaiser for care. Kaiser is horrible and this providence Saint Vincent has given me more care and felt completely comfortable in their care as well. Thank you
Docs at St. Vincent are miles ahead of any in Vancouver where I've had very poor experiences. Drs. Mancio & Cavanaugh esp. are great, take time to listen and explain.
Excellent hospital. I was born here. I've been in the ER. Friendly staff. Excellent service. Clean facility! Top notch job!
My son had a surgery. We were suppose to go home at 10:00am and we left a 2:00 pm. this crazy lady who suppose to bring our medicin to the room we waited for her more than 2 hours nurses were looking for her. And finnaly saw her walking by the end of the hall. And I ask her. Where's is our medicin. .she said. I don't know anything about your medicine.. I got so mad. And I ask were are the nurses at. And they tell me they went to lunch. I felt that they didnt care. They forgot about us. 😣
The doctors, nurses, and technicians were wonderful to me when I can in with a cracked/broken scapula this morning! I give them two thumbs up. I'd give them 10, but then I would be 'all thumbs'!
They took such good care of me when I had my baby! Amazing nurses and doctors. All the staff I met was friendly!
Unfortunately, due to my complicated medical history, I've had several surgeries, went to various urgent care locations, ER's and many local hospitals as well. I certainly have other providers to compare St. Vincent's with and wanted to share with others. So here's the bad: the ER here has a long waiting period. On the occasions I have gone, the wait average was about 4 hours. That might be true of any ER though? The waiting room could also use some deep cleaning and updating as well. It's not sanitary, and often individuals are laying with hospital blankets, barf bags, or sleeping on the couches in the waiting area, sprawled out with their feet on the furniture. This area could certainly use some work. But.... Here's the good news! Once you are admitted and taken back, the entire experience changes. The staff, whether they are doctors, volunteers, nurses, assistants, cafeteria_food servuce workers, or insurance representatives, all staff seem passionate, empathetic, and hard working. They listen, empathize, and keep an open communication and you really feel they care. Their ease and willingness to go above and beyond for their patients is unique to St. Vincent's. I haven't found it anywhere else. Upon being admitted to their hospital previously, my nurse made a point to check in on me without me needing to push a call button; yet if I did, someone responded immediately. They kept my room clean, they changed my bed often, checked in regarding pain levels, and made sure whatever I needed was taken care of. There is truly nothing more important in a hospital than the connection of a team to their patients. When I look back on those hospital visits, I know I was obviously ill, but that's not what first comes to mind; it's always those who made my stay comfortable, those who reached out, and made stsying in a hospital as pleasant as it could be. My nurse would even offer my family a beverage when visiting. The care here is just amazing! If you have a choice of hospitals, I strongly recommend Providence St. Vincent. You can trust that they will give you the most excellent care each and every time. I extend my sincerest gratitude for those who work so hard at this hospital. Good care leaves a long lasting impression, and they've set the bar high. Because of that, they've earned my respect and loyalty; and I'm certain they'll earn it from you as well if you seek treatment there.
I went in for eye surgery and could have not gotten better service from every single person I encountered. From the info desk gal to all the people that made my stay so comfortable. I can not think of one single thing that could have been done differently to make my stay better. I thank every single person for their kind and competent care. I can't say enough good.
The labor & delivery medical team I had was incredible. I had a long labor & was positive if have to have a cesarean. They were in no rush to make that happen, which I appreciate. They were all so positive & calming. I feel lucky to have had the experience I with this staff for my first child. The nurses were the best & were very supportive in what we wanted during labor.
ER staff each deserve a beach-house and hefty raise. Cannot even imagine the stress and horrors of working inside this broken system. At the very front-lines where people are dying right in front of you daily, as insurance companies and 'medical bureaucrats', who never see a single patient, rake in the money. The staff here, like every ER I assume (actually I take that back, some ERs are better than others), are doing the best they possibly can with what is given them. I went in there and was seen promptly after some initial cynicism. It was a life or death situation, even though I may have looked healthy as a bean. So, I know waiting in the ER sucks, people, but just because someone who came in after you but is being seen before of you LOOKS healthy ...does not mean that's the case. Anyways, God bless the staff that was there when I needed help. They will forever be in my thoughts and prayers. Still a broken system, and medical malpractice is 3rd leading cause of death, etc, but I got the feeling that, behind the cool exterior, these people really care. I saw more that one set of red, swollen, 'post-crying' eyes that 48 hour period I was in there.
People are really friendly and helped me with anything I needed currently under construction other than that great place to know that people are safe and will be cared about.
I visited the Providence St. Vincent Emergency Department (ED) on the morning of February 26, 2017. The ED staff at St. Vincent were amazing!! I haven't been to an ED in over 30 years and was dreading the thought of going. I was not expecting to have such a great experience at Providence St. Vincent. I want to personally thank the ED check-in staff, Dr. Apostolopoulos for his kindness and care he provided. I also want to thank the attending nurses and specifically Nurse Stacie and the student nurse for their thoughtfulness and sense of humor and Nurse Barbara in X-ray for her patience and gift for making me relax. I left in such great spirits! Thank you Providence St. Vincent! You have the best ED staff!! Sincerely, -Kim
A year ago my mom was sent to this hospital to find out that she had a brain tumor. The staff that was working with her and my family are great. I really liked the surgeons that operated on her because like everyone else, they were there with us every step of the way and did what they could to support us all too. Thanks to the staff here, my mom is still alive and I couldn't be more thankful! I've had appointments here with a different doctor in another part of the building and I like the staff there too. I got one surgery done being knocked out and another was done when I was awake. They explained to me what they were doing every step of the way and they did what they could just to help keep me calm. The only downside I had with them is that they failed to tell me that not everything is covered by my insurance. I got stuck with a big bill because of it. I will be finding somewhere else to get any future surgeries, that may come along, done somewhere else.
Very nice facility. Good food, good lab, and good pain management clinic.
Couldn't have been treated better. The best of the best Doctors & Nurses I've ever met.
Had a thyroid biopsy last month. Very anxious as a previous biopsy done elsewhere was inconclusive. Dr. Putnam, Brooklyn and Crystal were the best. Very professional but definitely there for me. A much more pleasant experience than the first. Thankfully, the results were benign. Thank you three again!