US Hospital Finder: Aurora Vista Del Mar Hospital


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Name: Aurora Vista Del Mar Hospital

Address: 801 SEneca Street Ventura, CA 93001-1411

Phone: 805-653-6434

Number of Beds: 87

Type: Investor-owned (for profit)

System: Aurora Behavioral Health Care

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JCAHO Accredited

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On Mon Nov 07 08:33:20 +0000 2016, Joanne posted the following review:

While asleep, I was pulled from my bed and made to sleep in the patient lounge because apparently I was bothering the other individual in my room. At about 6:30 AM the next morning I was woke up and my bed was taken back to my room, but I was not allowed to sleep anymore. I was left in there with only my gown on. I was asked if I wanted some juice or anything thing and I said I wanted to sleep. I was told that the other individual in my room was still sleeping and that I could not go in my room. I was allowed to put on some clothes. But from about 11:30 the night before until what turned out to be about 2:00 or so that day, I did not have a room or bed. I had to use the "time out" bathroom." I was never asked if I had any issues, of which I did. I was there for depression, as in the previous three years I had lost my mother, father, and brother, and I was the one in charge of all three funerals. In addition, I suffer from restless-leg-syndrome RLS and severe insomnia. I sleep about four to maybe five hours a night. The rest of the time I am up and down and I use the restroom. When at home I may watch some TV and walk around the house stretching. I do remember sitting on the end edge of my bed, facing away from the other individual, with my eyes closed for awhile. It seemed odd that she was constantly asking me if I was okay, to which I always answered yes. We had had a couple of nice conversations prior to this and she even informed me, after the fact, of using my shampoo and conditioner, to which I replied that was perfectly fine. My rights were definitely stripped away and without even any type of clarification on my part, or even real explanation as to what was going on. This incident has caused me great harm as I feel even more suicidal as ever. My Dr. has stated that if I need to come to the hospital for safety issues or any other assistance, that he would ensure I would be admitted to the higher unit on the facility. Unfortunately, he is on vacation, and I do not trust the admitting department to follow his directions. Therefore, I feel completely alone in my illness and since this is the only hospital I have known since my first depressive episode about 6 years ago, I feel as though I have nowhere to turn. Since I am feeling suicidal, I am just hoping my husband will not give up on me and keep me close to him. Of course how long this can last is really anyone's guess. I believe that I would recommend a different care facility if not already involved with Vista Del Mar and have found positive benefits of being admitted.

Joanne Groves November 3, 2016


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