Palomar Vista Healthcare Center

( 44 Reviews)
Palomar Vista Healthcare Center
201 N Fig St
Escondido, CA 92025

Hours of Operation

  • Sunday: 24 Hours
  • Monday: 24 Hours
  • Tuesday: 24 Hours
  • Wednesday: 24 Hours
  • Thursday: 24 Hours
  • Friday: 24 Hours
  • Saturday: 24 Hours

Chamber Rating

3.9 (44 reviews)
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About

Palomar Vista Healthcare Center is located at 201 N Fig St in Escondido, California 92025. Palomar Vista Healthcare Center can be contacted via phone at (760) 746-0303 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   (760) 746-0303

Services

  • PERSONAL CARE ASSISTANCE
  • RESIDENTIAL CARE

Special Considerations

INDIVIDUAL CARE

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

What is the phone number for Palomar Vista Healthcare Center?

The phone number for Palomar Vista Healthcare Center is: (760) 746-0303.


Where is Palomar Vista Healthcare Center located?

Palomar Vista Healthcare Center is located at 201 N Fig St, Escondido, CA 92025


What is the internet address for Palomar Vista Healthcare Center?

The website (URL) for Palomar Vista Healthcare Center is: http://PALOMARVISTA.COM


What days are Palomar Vista Healthcare Center open?

Palomar Vista Healthcare Center is open:
Sunday: 24 Hours
Monday: 24 Hours
Tuesday: 24 Hours
Wednesday: 24 Hours
Thursday: 24 Hours
Friday: 24 Hours
Saturday: 24 Hours


How is Palomar Vista Healthcare Center rated?

Palomar Vista Healthcare Center has a 3.9 Star Rating from 44 reviewers.


Hours of Operation

  • Sunday: 24 Hours
  • Monday: 24 Hours
  • Tuesday: 24 Hours
  • Wednesday: 24 Hours
  • Thursday: 24 Hours
  • Friday: 24 Hours
  • Saturday: 24 Hours

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Janet Gutierrez
Oct 18th, 2021

As a healthcare professional who works in a SNF under the same company (Ensign), I am absolutely appalled by this place. My grandma went in for PT after breaking her knee and having surgery. She was fine for a couple of days and then started to feel worse. Her ill feelings were dismissed as "she doesn't want to eat or take her medications." I constantly called telling them that something wasn't right and that she would never refuse her medications. I called over and over again asking for them to run stat blood work/tests because she wasn't eating/drinking, complaining of nausea/a sore throat, and declining everyday. I asked them to send her out so that she could receive her medications through an IV since she was having trouble taking them due to her sore throat, and they told me that the hospital would probably send her back because she wasn't in distress when clearly something was going on. She wasn't eating or able to speak. She had two blood transfusions within a three week time period, and for some reason they were only aware of the second one. They should have scheduled an appointment with her doctor (who seemed to never be concerned with her change in condition) to figure out why she was having so many blood transfusions within a short period of time (her hemoglobin was at 6 both times, when the normal for her age is 11 at least). They should have sent her out because her vital signs were all over the place and certainly not within normal limits. My concerns were put to ease for a brief moment when I spoke to the DON and the Administrator who promised to look into it and call me back that same day, but I never received a phone call. I called back that same day, but was transferred to a nurse who told me that she is now scheduled for a GI consult and a CBC panel. I told him to tell the doctor to make it stat because she was obviously not doing well. That never happened. Two days later, they decided to send her out when her BP was dangerously low and she was no longer able to speak or stay awake. She was clearly extremely weak. Once they sent her to the hospital we found out that my grandma was dying of sepsis and only had hours to live. I constantly called and begged the nurses to look into her change of condition but no one would and now she is dead. The Administrator (Dudley Fetzer), DON (Katherine Jersey), and every single nurse's (I spoke to every nurse sometime after shift change everyday) lack of care, response, and knowledge caused my grandmother's death. DO NOT SEND YOUR LOVED ONE(S) HERE.


JJJ 123
Jul 20th, 2021

I just received a phone call from my family member notifying me that he had literally been ignored for over 30 minuets, and in desperation called me as a last resort. He could have been gasping for air, he could have been having a heart attack, and NO ONE would have helped him. Finally, I called and asked for him to be assisted immediately, and I was told that they were all "in a meeting", and that was why they weren't assisting him. I am absolutely appalled, and should a family member or a loved one require this type of facility RUN away from this one as quickly as you can.


Selafi Sio
Jul 13th, 2021


Adam Willits
Jun 30th, 2021

So charming with such great care. I would highly recommend! I was nervous sending my mom to a nursing home, but all went well.


BP Nguyen
Jun 25th, 2021

I was here at the beginning of the pandemic, the staff were well trained and took every precaution to follow COVID-19 CDC guidelines. The physical therapists, Occupational therapists, and the SLP are amazing folks! Overall, the rehab department will go above and beyond to help their patients! (Not to mention the one-on-one treatment sessions) The management/front office staff will answer any questions that the patients or their families may have. Without any doubts that PV will go above and beyond to ensure quality healthcare is delivered.


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