Acute Care Hospitals
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HARPER UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL

3990 JOHN R STREET, DETROIT, MI 48201
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Above the national average

Safety

Below the national average

Readmission

Below the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average

Timliness

Same as the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Below the national average

About HARPER UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL

3990 JOHN R STREET
DETROIT, MI 48201

DMC Harper University Hospital, one of the most technologically advanced hospitals in the nation. View our Specialties.

Harper University Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Wayne County, MI.

Harper University Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Harper University Hospital is a proprietary hospital.

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Reviews

Ive been transferred to this hospital. 10hrs later still haven't seen a doctor and my symptoms have gotten worse! I've been asking to talk to a doctor since I got here. (a week ago)

DMC in general is horrible. Going on 24 hours that my mom was admitted to emergency but has been waiting to be transferred from Receiving to Harper. We're getting the same story that there are "NO BEDS"! WHAT KIND OF HOSPITAL SYSTEM IS THIS?! MAKES YOU SAY... ONLY IN DETROIT! WHY WOULD SHE HAVE TO WAIT THIS LONG? AND ALL THE STAFF CAN SAY IS SOMETIMES IT'S HARPER AND SOMETIMES IT'S US HERE AT RECEIVING WE DON'T HAVE BEDS! NONSENSE! (4 months ago)

This hospital and all the people we interacted with throughout our surgery experience were absolutely top shelf. We traveled from out of state for an exceptional surgeon here (Dr. Guthikonda) and without exception everyone, from reception, nursing, support staff, residents and surgeons were amazingly skilled, on top of everything and absolutely delightful to be around. We could not have had a better experience. (11 months ago)

I would not even give them one star. My husband was there from Monday til Sunday. The staff was great til he got to his regular room from the ICU. The doc said he can go home on Sunday during his rounds at 6 am. Still waiting for them to release him. Mind you they turned off the water at 10:30 pm Saturday and not going to turn it on til Sunday at noon to test the water. Still waiting for release paperwork and a list of his medications which is his right. Plus have not even feed him breakfast. Brought him a stall turkey sandwich that i would not even feed to a stray dog. At 6 am round, said he could go home. At 9 am, brought him a nasty turkey sandwich cause I was bitching. At 9:20 am patient representative came in and did nothing. Still no eatable food. Nurse is suppose to check on him hourly and has not been doing that. The last time she checked him was 8 am. At 10 am another doctor came in saying he is going to the his paperwork together. Still no food, no nurse check and no answers. At 10:15 am they brought breakfast, my question is how did they make pancakes without water? At 11:02 am finally got released. Just horrible (a year ago)

This is the absolute WORST hospital ever! My father has renal kidney disease and was admitted to this hospital for a surgical procedure. They let his blood rise to an almost stroke level. Also, they delayed giving him his dialysis which shot his blood pressure up even more! I had to bring his medical supplies from home into a hospital! Afterwards, the rn on staff admitted they had the supplies but didn't order them for his room. In addition they just discharged him after 7pm without any discharge instructions or any prescriptions for pain management. Please whatever you do steer clear of this hospital at all costs! The staff is rude and uncaring. I'm very saddened to see so many people with a blatant disregard for caring for others! (10 months ago)

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