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Carson Valley Medical Center Vitality for LIfe offers Mental Health Treatment services in Gardnerville, NV

Carson Valley Medical Center Vitality for LIfe is categorized as a Mental Health treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at Carson Valley Medical Center Vitality for LIfe, you may contact their Gardnerville offices via phone at 775-782-1500.

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Counseling Services and Education

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Gender Accepted

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Detoxification

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Other Addictions

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Karen Tucker

2019-09-02 23:23:38 via Google

Infusion Cener Awesome!! Professional, caring, sensitive. Eager to make you comfortable and meet your needs. #1+++ (at the very least)!

Taylor JOHANNESEN

2019-09-13 20:57:16 via Google

Although there are hospitalists and ER doctors at CVMC I'd rate a 1 star, zero if I could, I'm more grateful to the doctors that treated me professionally and seemed to actually care about my overall well being. Not if I was just going to live or not. I've gotten care there numerous times, due to fistulas and abcesses. My last visit was 9/11/19. I went in for a painful abcess. Dr Mclaughlin was the ER doctor that night. He assessed me, asked me questions, told me what was going to happen so that I understood and didn't have to wonder. I had to ask for nothing. What I needed, I got. The nurse was also amazing, I wish I knew his name. He came in frequently and asked if I was OK and if I needed anything. He was very professional and compassionate. I was just treated like I mattered. I had gotten multiple abcesses drained in the ER. The first two times I felt like I was being butchered and tortured. With Dr Mclaughlin I felt no pain. He adequately numbed the area. I wish every ER experience for everyone, could be like that. Instead of it being traumatic and painful when it need not be. I was supposed to be admitted by a doctor I believe his name is Dr Ming. He was arrogant, condescending and rude. I declined and went home. My tolerance for those kinds of doctors after being chronically for years is zero. A couple more shout outs to amazing doctors at CVMC, ER Dr. Tonini and hospitalit's Dr Phan and Dr Thai. I or my mom have gotten excellent care from them.

John Trammell

2019-03-24 21:43:48 via Google

I was referred by the VA to the medical center's rehab service for pain in the neck and restrictive movement. Within a day of my first visit with Zoe, I could feel a difference which improved with additional exercises. Zoe's encouragement and optimism about my results helped and I feel much, much better than when I first check in in the second week of December. I cannot make a stronger recommendation and if you go and you like them, they like cheesecake.

Heather Powers

2019-06-01 05:34:28 via Google

Best of the best considering the wonky circumstances! Long story short, my daughter had a 30 hr asthma attack! They listened, treated us with respect and made us feel like family..

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