Hospital Hospiten Bavaro

The Grupo HOSPITEN (HOSPITEN Group) is an international network of private hospitals, with over 1,000 beds, committed to providing high-level healthcare services. We see over 600,000 patients every year. The result of our commitment can be seen in our twelve hospital centres located in major cities and tourist centres in countries such as Spain, the Dominican Republic and Mexico.

Hospital Hospiten Bavaro

Medical Services:
Anesthesia, Cardiology, Dermatology, Emergencies-General Medicine, Gastroenterology, General and Digestive Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Intensive Care Unit, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Pathology Anatomy department, Pediatrics, Pneumology, Radiology, Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery, Urology

Facility:
Total number of beds : 70
Hospital beds : 64
ICU beds : 6
Operating Rooms : 3
Outpatient Offices : 13
Emergency box 8
CT 2

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9 Reviews

  1. dada, 2 months ago

    Should be shut down. The place is filthy, unsanitary, poor patient care, untrained staff, etc. It was more of a health risk being here. I was concerned about contracting hep or worse because they don’t properly dispose of used needles and blood. It was a nightmare.

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  2. Susan Birch, 2 months ago

    One star for the Doctor, she was good. No star for the staff, they need to be trained. They did not take care of me and did not change or checked my intravenuos water. I had to call them. I was sleeping in my own close. Did not get a toothbrush or towel. No breakefast or lunch thought the Doctor had ordered it.
    Horrible place to stay one night the 24 januar 2014. I also felt that the only wanted my money. I am Susan from Denmark

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    • dada, 2 months ago

      Susan, I am right there with you. My husband got terribly sick and had to be admitted. The same thing happened-no patient care, filthy ER, no towels, soap etc. They only wanted my money. Now I’m trying to file a travel insurance claim and they are dragging their feet faxing me documents. This place is horrible!

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  3. AK, 2 months ago

    I was hospitalized there for 1 night after having a very high fever (39 degrees).

    The room was clean and comfortable but very limited English. I had to sign on the documents which are written in Spanish. I didn’t have much clue what medicines were given via IV …

    Even if the bottle was empty, they didn’t come and check and I had to call them every time. The doctor wanted me stay for another night, but since my temperature went down completely, I decided to go. But it took for 5 hours to get the documents ready so that I can go home. I had to call the guest service so many time to check when I can be discharged. The process was so slow. Not too sure if it was busy or they just wanted me to stay longer to make more money!!

    Well, for my case, the treatment worked but I don’t want to go back again. They don’t speak English and felt like they were trying to keep me there long.

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  4. Anonymous, 3 months ago

    THIS PLACE IS HORRIFIC – BE WARE!!!!!!!!!
    it’s a scam and the staff there is not medically trained

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  5. Anonymous, 3 months ago

    This place is a scam, they only want money they do not know anything about medicine.

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  6. J. Woolley, 3 months ago

    I spent a day and a half in the hospital during which time I received wonderful care from the nurses, doctors and orderlies. My meals were very good. Cold juices, fruit, snacks and a hot dinner. The bed was comfortable, and the room was spotless.
    The intravenous bags were monitored and replaced as needed.
    It was nice to have a person on staff who spoke English. She came along during the doctor’s visit just in case there was a need.
    Time was spent going over the Doctor’s instructions before I was released.
    As a visitor to the Dominican, I felt very safe and well cared for during my stay in this hospital.

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  7. Anonymous, 9 months ago

    My daughter was admitted yesterday with an infected leg. She had intravenous antibiotics up till this morning. The bag ran out and it wasn’t replaced. She has just spoke to someone and it would seem that the staff FORGOT to replace it. Disgraceful.

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    • Anonymous, 2 months ago

      wow… so sad to hear this, specially as one would think that in that area the attention would be better. I pray all goes well.

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