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Voluntary non-profit - Church

CAREPOINT HEALTH-CHRIST HOSPITAL

176 PALISADE AVE, JERSEY CITY, NJ 07306
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Below the national average

Readmission

Below the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average

Timliness

Same as the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About CAREPOINT HEALTH-CHRIST HOSPITAL

176 PALISADE AVE
JERSEY CITY, NJ 07306

Community hospital - a part of the CarePoint Health System; includes services, doctor locator, locations, insurance, and career information.

Carepoint Health-Christ Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Hudson County, NJ.

Carepoint Health-Christ Hospital does have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

Carepoint Health-Christ Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - church 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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Reviews

I just, recently, gave birth to my baby at Christ Hospital. The labor and delivery staff were pretty amazing. I had some of the best nurses (Kathy, Josie, Marle, Jessica, Wanda) and the best Doctor to deliver my baby. I spent 3 nights in the hospital, due to having a C-Section, and felt very comfortable the entire time. Miriam, the Lactation Consultant, was amazing as well. I really felt like I had so much help and am truly thankful. (3 weeks ago)

A very good experience at this hospital. I would definitely come back here and recommend this place. The most important thing that a doctor/nurse/staff member can do is treat you like an individual, not like a dollar sign. And that's exactly what I experienced. The doctor was very patient and took the time to listen to us and recommended what kind of treatment and medication was best for me. I had the luck of being the only one in the waiting room. The time it took for the receptionist to take my info was about five minutes, then less the five minutes later, I'm being called in. Of course, my waiting time is not common- I just happened to be the only one in the ER. (On past occasions, I've been up to two whole hours waiting for someone to see me.) The medical assistant that took my blood pressure and other info just took under ten minutes. I never felt rushed or anything like that. After that, they walk you to the treatment area that has the hospital beds to wait for a doctor to see you. The doctor came in just under ten minutes, and he was really good. He explained everything along the way, and I never felt uncomfortable or rushed. Finally, after diagnosis, the receptionist from before (I think she's a CMA) gave me my prescription and even some additional info about my diagnosis and condition in order to be well-informed. All in all, great experience. Even though this hospital used to be ghetto in the past, don't let that stop you from coming here now. They have much better staff and the whole experience is a lot smoother with no issues. (a month ago)

The worst emergency service. The nurses were getting massage done by the cleaners. I was in so much pain my foot was swollen. They had me waiting for over a hour in a dark room. Nobody came there or gave me any pain medication. After such a long wait without being treated I left. I would never recommend this place. (a week ago)

Staff and doctor were overall friendly and helpful. Didn’t experience any of the negative staff reviews below. We went into the ER to get an ultrasound our surgeon ordered for a post surgery check at 6pm. Nurse said ultrasound staff leaves at 5pm, quite disappointing that a hospital ER doesn’t have 24/7 services. Ended up waiting an additional 2 hours for a doctor. Doctor was nice and the whole conversation was about 10min or so, didn’t feel rushed. Just had to wait 2hrs for a 10min consult which was a little frustrating that this seems to be the norm for whichever hospital I go seem to go to in NYC/NJ. (2 months ago)

Decided to come here after going to the nightmarish Palisades Hospital. Wow the people here were actually human. I was almost paralyzed to experience a sense of humor from the nurse and doctor. Vibrant people with the obvious will to heal you. Would recommend very much. (2 months ago)

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