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Kaiser Foundation Hospital Los Angeles Home Health Agency

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Overall Rating 3.7 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Martha Espinosa
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    I wish I can give then more than 5 stars!!! "Called radiology department and my experience was excellent! They helped me rescheduling my appointment eventhough this is not my offices assigned to, but they took their time to assist me and made me feel welcomed." This is how a patient should be treated and they no problem with it! You guys are Awesome!

  • Helen Ochoa
    ★★★★★ 12 months ago

    As always cle

  • A Google User
    ★★★★★ 7 years ago

    I'm a big fan of Kaiser Permanente's services and new focus on community programs and classes, including sponsoring the new Wednesday farmer's market in the area and exercise classes. However, the poor building design at 1515 N Vermont needs to be mentioned because of accident potential, both on foot and in car. Poor parking and signage design aside (ask how many people take an intuitive right that leads them to a dead end instead of taking a left when entering the parking structure from Sunset, and how many traffic attendants are needed to prevent corner accidents from floor to floor), be careful for the abrupt step-down just outside of coming out of the top floor (outdoor) parking stairwell (the second stairwell all the way in the back closest to the Jons parking lot) directly above the 1515 building. There is no sign alerting to a step down in the totally concrete-encased stairwell. I climbed the stairs and then opened the door to get out into the parking lot...only to take a nasty fall just one step out because of a pointless step-down from the stairwell. That's like sticking a step down onto hard concrete just outside an elevator. My only guess is that the architect mis-measured the height of the stairwell and just threw the step in there to make it as level as possible.

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