Acute Care Hospitals
Proprietary

ELMHURST MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

155 EAST BRUSH HILL ROAD, ELMHURST, IL 60126
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Above the national average

Safety

Same as the national average

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above 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 ELMHURST MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

155 EAST BRUSH HILL ROAD
ELMHURST, IL 60126

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

Elmhurst Memorial Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Elmhurst Memorial Hospital is a proprietary 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

Filed a formal complaint with Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation against social worker in ER. Terrible experience there. This social worker Cathryn Blankshain needs to retire, her level of patience and compassion is zero. She is a liar. She made inappropriate comments. Several of the nurses were less than kind. All in all, avoid this terrible place. You’re not a patient here, you're a piece of meat. (a week ago)

My labor experience was great. My nurses Elsa & Patrice were amazing! I Love them! However, one of the night nurses really upset me by not listening to my wishes. I wanted to breastfeed and bottle feed because I knew my milk hadn't come in. In the early hours of the morning I had asked repeatedly for a supplement bottle so my son & I could get some rest but she thought it would be best to stick with nursing only and refused to get me a bottle. And, when I asked her to bring him to the nursery, they brought him back after an hour because he was hungry again. If they would've just given him a bottle neither of us would've been crying. I was sore, exhausted and my nipples were bleeding and I had to wait for my husband to bring an infant bottle when he came later with my 4 year old. We ended up supplementing for 5 days until my milk came in. If not for this nurse I would give 5 stars. (3 months ago)

The occupational health physician threw up a road block every step of the way. After getting past the first hurdle he required a note from one of my care providers saying I would be safe driving and I did but since it was written by a nurse practitioner, it wasn’t acceptable and had to be written by a physician. Keep in mind that a nurse practitioner works under a physician, has a DEA license number, can diagnose and is approved by the insurance company, but isn’t good enough for him. Thanks for screwing up my chance of entering my old career again that I loved due to your medical discrimination, I’ll be following up with my lawyer and other sources. (3 weeks ago)

I Had both of my kids here and I loved how well coordinated the delivery floor is managed. Very nice nurses!! However the ER is a different story, they took 2 hours to see my little girl who was unconscious. They diagnosed her with a brain tumor which was actually a cyst. (2 months ago)

While the majority of the staff I met were helpful, unfortunately my memory will be stained by two very awful nurses that came in while my mother was in code. They intruded and spoke to us as if they knew my mother. They were extremely unprofessional and had no business in there during that very emotional time. One was a day nurse who met my mother only once and the other who was Dr. Walker' s nurse who only met my mother once as well. They played on my sister's vulnerability (as she was exhausted and not thinking straight because she was spending the night at the hospital while my mom was in there) and mine in terms of being consumed with what was happening at the moment. The day nurse said at that point after I told my sister that they might be able to bring my mother around, that she might be ok,"she's not going to be ok" The other nurse, Dr Walker' s nurse came in and gave unsolicited advice. We didn't even know these women. One could argue that they truly cared but neither one came in after my mom passed while we were still in the room to say their condolences or see how we were. When I called the pride line, which is what the hospital suggested I do after I wrote a review, NOTHING happened to discipline these two horrible examples of the nursing staff at this hospital. Their passiveness to discipline these two awful women makes me wonder what else they allow. A sad moment that should not have been made worse by these two women are something now that I'm forced to remember when I recall my mother's death. (a month ago)

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