Acute Care Hospitals
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Medicare Performace Measures


Above the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Below the national average



Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth is the place for quality medical care in Tarrant County. The hospital is dedicated to serving residents of Fort Worth ...

Baylor Scott And White All Saints Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Tarrant County, TX.

Baylor Scott And White All Saints Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Baylor Scott And White All Saints Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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The bedside Manner and the staff was not good at sister was admitted and each time we would page the staff it took them an hour or more to respond... they’d never introduce themselves when they came into the room... I would go to Baylor as a lassssst and I mean last resort... only gave it stars because she was treated here... (in the last week)

On December 7th I had out-patient surgery in the Women's Health Center. Literally from the moment I arrived and asked for directions on where to go, then once I was at the right place to check in for pre-op, the staff was so friendly and welcoming. The nurses that helped me with blood work and getting prepped for surgery the next day were very thorough and compassionate. The next day for surgery was no different. Everyone I talked with had my comfort and security in mind, from making sure I understood each step, asking if I needed questions answered, to cleaning their hands/using gloves, permitting me to speak directly to the anesthesiologist (both doctor and nurse) and my own doctor prior to surgery. I was made to feel as if I'd been friends with the nurses for years. To use an old cliche, the entire system ran like a well-oiled machine. I know not all surgery experiences are the same, but we were in and out in about five hours, which was so nice. Recovering at home is such a comfort not only to me, but also to my family since hanging out at a hospital is typically stressful and exhausting. My surgery went well and my home care instructions were easy to follow. When I had a question because the anesthetic had made me pretty ill I was helped by an on-call physician who was just as concerned and personable as everyone else who helped me. I'm so thankful for such a positive experience and results that have truly improved my life. (2 months ago)

Terrible ER Practices. My wife went to the ER due to stomach pains, walked in and they took her info and insurance info, and took down her concerns. Did pulse rate, blood pressure and temp, and advised her to go to the waiting area and she will be seen as time permits, but to expect a long wait (low priority which i understand). After some time has passed, she made a call to her normal dr who gave some advice and welcomed her to come in to be seen if the suggestions don't help, so she advised the front she was leaving and to cancel her request to be seen. Now we have a $450 bill for being checked in!? Are you crazy Baylor!? Made a phone call in concern to the bill 2 times now, who said services were given and its due, and that we errored by giving our insurance information at check in (your asked for insurance up front, and its a law to have it or pay a fine, and you tell us we should not have given our information? Really?). $450 for entering a persons name and insurance info and blood pressure, pulse and temp!? **Follow up** after many phone calls and collection phone calls, the final person who called agreed that this should not have been billed to us or our insurance, and advised they will go back to Baylor to fight for us the charges to get them dropped. The phone calls have finally stopped. (3 weeks ago)

Had my son delivered here and I have to say, all the nurse are very warm, kind and patient. Everyone was very professional without being cold about it. The nurses on call are surprisingly quick. Labor took 2 hr and special shout out to Jennifer J. who was very encouraging all the way though. (3 months ago)

If your having a heart attack! Don't go to Baylor you'll die in the Lobby! My sister went in with heart problems & was picked up by the ambulance & taken to Baylor. Once in the back a nurse didn't bother to ask what was wrong with her but the paramedic was told to send her to the lobby because they were full. So they missed the window for a heart attack & or a stroke. What kind if hospital is this? She spent the entire night in the lobby. Finally to be given an EKG at 5:30am. This happened at mid-night. Now she was told that she had to wait for the next shift Dr. Coming in at 6am. Cheese! I'f I was having a triple AAA or a stroke. I would die waiting to be asked what's wrong? Or die in the Lobby! Still no one has asked her what's wrong? What a bunch if insensitive and unprofessional staff. Ugh!! Monday 3/5,2018 until 0600 (2 weeks ago)

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