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Medicare Performace Measures


Above the national average


Same as the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital ALMH. Amita Health Adventist Medical Center La Grange Illinois Health Services Including Emergency Services, Pediatric Care ...

Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Cook County, IL.

Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - church hospital.

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I took my daughter to the ER and we were satisfied by the attention we received there. A few weeks later we received a bill for almost $1400 dollars for this service which I had no choice but to pay, setting up a payment plan. I gave them my credit card to have the monthly payments automatically deducted from it bu this card expired and when I received the new one I tried calling them to give them the new number. I have been calling every day for the last two weeks waiting for a live person to answer for up to 40 minutes without any success. Their business hours suck specially on Friday when they operate between 8:30 am tob12:00 pm so I am forced to call from work. If this is the service I get when I try to pay my bill, I don’t know why I am gonna get if I need medical attention? (3 months ago)

I visited the emergency room at La Grange hospital. I wish I didn't do it. For one hour and a half sitting in the bed and 7ml Motrin for my son I received $1050 plus doctor bill for $399.50. They didn't do anything special. Doctor visit was for less then 2 mins. I wonder for what is this bill. Why they are taking advantage of people and trying to get all of this money? What is that? This is redicilous!!! Update: I paid $20 last three monts to the hospital and $20 to the doctor. I don't think that the price that they charge me is fair for the service that I got! I think is way way to high! I tried to get explains for what I am paying. The lady from billing department instead of that told me to pay more for insurance so I can have less bills. I tried to talk to a supervisor but no one answer the phone. So now I received a mail from a debt collector to let me know that they sold my debt to them! just wow... Please, people make sure you do your research and read the reviews about hospitals and emergency rooms around you! Get yourself to know which hospital actually cares about her patients! (2 months ago)

This has been my hospital for 20 years, and I have had nothing but the most outstanding care. The doctors show a great deal of concern, knowledge and experience. I feel safe there. Two years ago, I had a large kidney stone removed in a procedure that required holes in my back and kidney. After surgery, liquid drained from my back at an unbelievable rate for two days. During the entire time, day and night, the nurses removed and renewed the dressing constantly, sometimes within minutes. Not one of them was anything but kind and attentive. No matter what the problem, unless I am too far away, I won't allow myself to be taken anywhere else. (8 months ago)

WORST ER EXPERIENCE! Dr. Crab took forever to get me hooked up to an IV bag when I was terribly dehydrated and had been throwing up for 6 hours! Nurses were had no bedside manner, were extremely cold, and irritable! I was begging for something to drink, and they wouldn't give me anything because I was there for throwing up so much which, I understand, but as least hook me up to an IV! The blond nurse with glasses kept saying, "The doctor didn't order it yet, there's nothing I can do!" (If that's true, maybe Dr. Crab did order it, and she lied.) I was obviously dehydrated, and was brought in by paramedics who had already prepped me, so that I could be hooked up to an IV right away. The blond nurse with the glasses then yelled at my mother when she asked about when I'd be getting an IV, saying "She already has one! They gave her one in the ambulance!" I could hear her yelling from my room! Another nurse corrected her and told her I was ready for an IV, but there was no IV bag attached. If you come during a shift change, good luck getting any help! (4 months ago)

My son was admitted through the emergency room last night. I can't begin to express my gratitude and appreciation. EVERY single staff member was and has been so kind and caring. The Doctors were very thorough with their examinations and diagnosis. They all have taken such good care of Alex and of me. We are traveling from out of country and they made sure we had everything we needed. Thank you! (9 months ago)

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