Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Church

CHRISTUS SOUTHEAST TEXAS- ST ELIZABETH

2830 CALDER AVENUE, BEAUMONT, TX 77702
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Above the national average

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average

Timliness

Below the national average

Effectiveness

Below the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Below the national average

About CHRISTUS SOUTHEAST TEXAS- ST ELIZABETH

2830 CALDER AVENUE
BEAUMONT, TX 77702

CHRISTUS SOUTHEAST TEXAS provide compassionate health care with a broad range of the latest medical services to Beaumont & Port Arthur, TX.

Christus Southeast Texas- St Elizabeth is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Jefferson County, TX.

Christus Southeast Texas- St Elizabeth does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Christus Southeast Texas- St Elizabeth 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

Location and Directions

Reviews

Horrible nurses and all around terrible experience. Way too much to go into here, but in short, the nurses save a few are horrible. They completely ignore you or interrupt you while you are trying to tell them they are hurting you when they are doing something that shouldn't hurt. When you ask for an administrator, they say okay, but then nobody comes. When you ask to be transferred to Baptist hospital because you have lost faith in their ability to care for you properly, they say okay but then don't do the transfer. If I could have walked, I would have walked out and went to Baptist, but I was completely immobile. It's a scary feeling when you can't move and the people supposed to be caring for you are more interested in their shift ending than you. I will never go here again and cannot say it more strongly, do not go here for your own good. (2 months ago)

This hospital is trash. If I could give them 0 stars, I would. No one is helpful. And PLEASE don't go here if you have anything life threatening. You will die. The night staff of the Neuro ICU are the worst nurses I've ever encountered. They were literally waiting for my mother to die. I overheard a conversation they were unaware I could hear. Their only redeemer is the respiratory therapist, Shauna. She is really good and passionate about her work. I pray God blesses her with another employment opportunity so that she may be able to work with co-workers who are of her caliber. If you hate your job or are generally a sh*tty person, do everyone a favor and don't work in healthcare. (3 months ago)

I was flown to the ER here after a serious car accident. All the staff I had contact with were helpful and pleasant, I have no complaints about the care I received. I was discharged abruptly with no time to make travel arrangements though, would have been nice to have a little advanced notice. (6 months ago)

Worst medical experience of all time. Appear to be very under staffed. My son was a emergency patient. Once you are initially evaluated you are placed in room and forgotten about. A IV port is placed in your which essentially hold you hostage, preventing you to leave. Everywhere you looked there where individuals with the port in their arms waiting as we were. There was a monitor on the wall listing all the patients and how long they had been there still seeking treatment. Some where as long as 16hrs. Only until I threatened to remove the IV myself did anyone respond. My son is a student at Lamar University and allowed a ambulance to transport him there. We fortunately have insurance can choose other locations. It is sad that the uninsured have to be treated this way. (5 months ago)

I have been sick for 5 days. Aching, chills, extreme congestion, high fever, the works. I finally broke down after missing a week of work. They did a urine sample, blood work, chest x-ray. they had no intention of diagnosing me, they told me they didn't even do a influenza screen. I told them I had no primary physician yet they insisted on me following up elsewhere. I don't have money for it. Especially now that I've missed a week of work after the Thanksgiving holiday. The triage nurse literally told me that they didn't know what it was but they were treating it as bronchitis.... No de-congestant, or cough suppressant( non narcotic is fine I'm not chasing drugs). They sent me home with an inhaler and amoxicillin. This is the third time I've had a horrific experience there and left without any REAL help. They are, unfortunately, the only charity hospital in Beaumont but enough was enough to day I will drive to Houston from now on. Two hours away, regardless of the ailment, just to feel like I'm actually being taken care of. This hospital is horrible, if at all avoidable, DON'T GO HERE!!!!! They don't care about you (5 months ago)

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