What are Patients Saying?
At Adventist Medical Center, we’re passionate about providing quality whole person care and delivering an outstanding patient experience.
That’s why we constantly engage our patients and seek-out their feedback about what we’re doing well and how we can improve to serve them even better in the future. The patient perspective during our nurses hourly rounding helps us best meet the needs of those who entrust their lives into our care.
Lewis Coleman, Portland, OR
Lewis Coleman - Northwest Regional Heart and Vascular PatientLewis Coleman - Northwest Regional Heart and Vascular Patient
Lewis Coleman chose Dr. Thomas Molloy and Northwest Regional Heart and Vascular for his robotic heart surgery. Today his quality of life has drastically improved and he credits Dr. Molloy and his team for that change.
Lewis chose the Dr. Tom Molloy and the Northwest Regional Heart Center because they took the time to listen to him, discuss his concerns and advise him on the best course of treatment. In the end Lewis and Dr. Molloy chose robotic heart surgery because of the benefits of the minimally invasive approach.
Just a few days after surgery Lewis was feeling much better than before the surgery. Today he is headed back to work and is feeling 20 years younger.
Heather, Portland, OR
The team at Adventist Medical Center is hands down the best in the community. I had very little pain and it took barely a week to get back to my normal life.
Robotic-assisted surgery patient.
Julie Frederick-Todd, Sandy, OR
Julie Fredericks Adventist Health Medical Group PatientJulie Fredericks Adventist Health Medical Group Patient
Julie Frederick-Todd has been seeing Adventist Health Medical Group physicians her entire life. She chooses them because they listen and truly care about the well-being of Julie and her family.
"My relationship with AHMG began back when I was a kid. My mom used AHMG and once I left home it was the choice for me.
AHMG treats the whole person, they don't treat you as a number.
No matter where you go within the system, all the physicians know your whole medical background and about you as a person."
Wesley Rogers, Portland, OR
Wesley Rogers, Cardiac Arrest PatientWesley Rogers, Cardiac Arrest Patient
When Wesley Rogers' heart stopped it was the quick action from the first responders and the coordination of care with the Northwest Regional Heart and Vascular at Adventist Medical Center that saved his life.
In a cardiac emergency every minute counts and dialing 9-1-1 is the quickest way to get help.
Learn more at www.AdventistHealthNW.com/Heart
Without warning, Wesley's heart stopped while he was at work. By calling 9-1-1 immediately his coworkers quickly got him the help he needed. It was the action of the first responders and the coordinated care of the Northwest Regional Heart Center that saved Wesley's life.
Both Wesley and his doctors stress the importance of dialing 9-1-1 right away during a cardiac event. This is the quickest way to get help and the best chance at saving valuable heart muscle.