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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average


1201 S MAIN ST

A trusted leader in providing faith-based, integrated healthcare, Franciscan Health Crown Point is a full-service, acute-care hospital designed to meet the growing

Franciscan Health Crown Point is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Lake County, IN.

Franciscan Health Crown Point does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Franciscan Health Crown Point 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


Very inconsistent care. When it’s good, it’s great! They pay attention to what needs to be done and they do it in a timely manner while having someone to check in on your personal needs. In contrast, when it’s bad, it’s horrible. Nurses who barely acknowledge you, doctors who come and go either because they don’t care or are overworked. I absolutely would not take a child here nor would I suggest their maternity ward. Their ER is just okay - depends on which doctor is in. Oncology is not the best, but not bad. Cardiology is similar. If you can, I suggest a different hospital, like Community in Munster. If traveling that far is out of the question, this hospital definitely beats out Memorial in Merrillville and Porter Memorial. (3 weeks ago)

St Anthony ER has been fantastic. Caring and skilled nurses and doctors. We (my family and myself) have been there several times over the years, a couple of times with life threatening issues, and they always take great care of us. (2 months ago)

I recently went to emergency for a real bad ear infection on 5/11/2018...It was so bad couldn't wait until morning ear was plugged and felt like was going to explode....I go to St Anthony's it was about 11 pm ..they weren't busy...I get in right away and wait for the doctor...well he come in introduces himself and looks in ear and says WHOA you have an and ear infection and even have leakage ..He then just jokes around and kept trying to be funny...I wasn't laughing ...He looked in my other ear and said it looks good then through his stupid jokes I ask when I can expect relief he says 3 to 4 days prescribes 2 medicines and the most expensive ear drops on earth...still he is joking...I almost said doc quit the laughter this is serious And I am in real serious pain....nut didnt...bascically seen him for all of 2 minutes and waited 39 minutes for my prescriptions....I will never go here again unless this is the last health care facility option...That doctor was horrible!!!..everything was a joke but I am sure my bill wont be!!!...what ever happened to doctors that cared about patients and take their job seriously???? (2 months ago)

Stayed overnight for observation after an accident. Ambulance company says they gave my personal effects to ER staff. ER staff could not locate my items when I arrived or when I left. I have checked with ER, security, lost and found, and patient advocacy and my items can not be located. If you are ever being treated for something that requires hospital staff or paramedics to transport items that were with you at the time of injury be wary of what they do with your property if you capable. It's not first time my things have been misplaced and I'm sure it will not be the last. ER staff gave good care and IMCU nursing staff was excellent. (6 months ago)

I just want to thank everyone especially the nurses in ICU that took care of my dad, Bill Horvath. My mother and I appreciate everything you did for him . (4 months ago)

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