Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

CENTRAL DUPAGE HOSPITAL

25 NORTH WINFIELD ROAD, WINFIELD, IL 60190
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Below the national average

Readmission

Above the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average

Timliness

Same as the national average

Effectiveness

Below the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average

About CENTRAL DUPAGE HOSPITAL

25 NORTH WINFIELD ROAD
WINFIELD, IL 60190

Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital is a nationally recognized acute-care facility and regional destination for specialty care. Learn more.

Central Dupage Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Dupage County, IL.

Central Dupage Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Central Dupage Hospital 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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Reviews

Came here for detox....was a wonderful experience. Staff was extremely pleasant and attentive and understanding. They also addressed on other issues they noticed and was quick to get down to the point of it. The rooms are nicer than an upscale hotel room plus you have room service with better than the usual hospital food. I do recommend the smoothies. (a month ago)

Came on a Sunday night. Not busy at all. Took 6 hours. Not impressed.. waited an hour and a half for discharge papers. It would have took longer but I decided to just leave and then that’s when my paperwork was miraculously ready. Not to mention the nurse has told me. “There’s people here that’s more critical then you”. So you can wait. Excuse me ? (a month ago)

I can see why all of the bad reviews are based off of the ER. You would think they would be trying their best to fix the problem, but oh, no. My daughter is here because she is pregnant and bleeding. She's only about 4 months pregnant but they are treating her like it doesn't matter. She came almost 2 hours ago and very few people (like 2, maybe 3) have been called back. I have seen 7 people walk out with their papers and leave, but only the few have been called back. I get triage, I get that she's may not be the most urgent patient, but my gosh, we're talking about another life here. They could at least call her back before the twisted ankle patient. The ER is awful!! There's no urgency here. (Not one ambulance came in during her wait, so far at least). (a month ago)

My wife and I came in yesterday to the ER. She is pregnant and was having severe abdominal pain/complications. The wait time was alright; however, the some of the staff is terrible. The ultrasound technician lady was so disrespectful and rude! I asked the ultrasound tech about the imaging and instead of answering me in a normal manner, she basically started yelling at me about how she couldn't tell me the results. I can understand, but she didn't have to be so rude by shouting and acting like we don't know anything. Any questions we asked, she responded to with sarcastic responses and by acting all high and mighty. This is not how patients should be treated, especially those who come in the ER as they are already in pain and are worried. The other nurses we had were so much nicer and answered our questions without being rude and even tried to comfort my wife instead of yelling. I hope they can get staff members who care about the well-being of the patients instead of acting so exasperated. Why work in the hospital if you can't be bothered to care?????? (a month ago)

I was hospitalized there to treat two major abdominal infections, both of which they caused. The second one was caused by them not keeping me on the IV antibiotics long enough (4 wks should've been 6). As a result, it ruined my right ovary and fallopian tube, which they removed WITHOUT telling me! It happened over 7 years ago. I only found out yesterday. Always read your surgical reports, and insist on getting copies of them. NEVER blindly trust them. Don't make my mistake. They also triple billed me for the same procedures, and charged $16 for a single ibuprofen. Check your bills carefully. (2 months ago)

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