Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

CRITTENTON HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER

1101 W UNIVERSITY DRIVE, ROCHESTER, MI 48307
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Same as the national average

Readmission

Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as 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 CRITTENTON HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER

1101 W UNIVERSITY DRIVE
ROCHESTER, MI 48307

Crittenton Hospital Medical Center is nationally ranked for quality excellence with leading technology and a caring environment that patients want and need.

Crittenton Hospital Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Oakland County, MI.

Crittenton Hospital Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Crittenton Hospital Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

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Reviews

Unbelievable staff. From the minute I got here, an amazing nurse in the ER (her name began with R) went above and beyond to make me comfortable in my severe pain. She gave me constant updates. I was admitted for the first time in my life and Sarah the RN on 6th floor was on top of everything and took the time to explain each medication. The whole team here has been amazing and I am so thankful I came here! (a month ago)

In Spring of 2016, I was turned away from the emergency department 3 times over the course of a week. I had hiccups and vomiting for weeks prior. Each time I was sent away with a plastic bin because they could not control the nausea. Turns out I was in the early stages of Transverse Myelitis. My symptoms were typical of brain stem involvement. I had all 3 of my babies at Crittenton. As far as I was concerned, they were the only hospital for our family. They way I was treated those 3 visits was completely unprofessional. No testing, just some zofran and good luck to you. I went on to be hospitalized for 9 weeks for treatment. Luckily there are hospitals in the area that take their patients symptoms seriously. (in the last week)

Very friendly Emergency Room and Ultrasound! They treated me like thier favorite relative; keeping me up to date with progress and everyone had a loving bedside manner. Also, they were exceptionally careful about germs. (2 weeks ago)

Don't ever accept a hospitalist, intensivist or any physician that doesn't have an outside practice. Those that are employed by the hospital are the bottom of the barrel and usually of Middle Eastern background. These also are on the staff at Troy Beaumont; therefore, you can't run away from them. There are some good Doctors at both. Your better off if you know someone who works there for a referral. I do know from personal experience the head of cardiology almost killed me and his associate covered him by stating lies on my chart which I could not believe when she was asked by a intensivist for a consultation. One charged my insurance $450 for each visit. I didn't need the cardiologist... . As a RN, I know how bad medical care is today. Your lucky if you have a primary care physician who is your advocate. (in the last week)

Dr Lunedowski and nurse Dona and suer, tech, and rest of er staff performance to me was fantastic. They were especially busy this day and continued to provide excellent service to me. Thank you so much! (3 weeks ago)

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