Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

HEALTHEAST ST JOHN'S HOSPITAL

1575 BEAM AVENUE, MAPLEWOOD, MN 55109
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Below the national average

Readmission

Above 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 HEALTHEAST ST JOHN'S HOSPITAL

1575 BEAM AVENUE
MAPLEWOOD, MN 55109

From the moment patients and visitors walk into HealthEast St. John's Hospital, they experience our warm, inviting atmosphere and caring, personal staff.

Healtheast St John's Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Ramsey County, MN.

Healtheast St John's Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Healtheast St John's Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - private 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

Terrible service, terrible staff. I asked for more blankets THREE times and the diffrent nurses wouldn't get off the computer. On top of that I had asked multiple pieces of information and they had to find out and then let me know, which was fine. The problem was not one actually came to answer any questions. The surgeon said we would start bright and early around 7am and still no where to be found and the staff just very rudely says I don't know and keeps walking. (a month ago)

I am with A W's review. I had the same move to another section. Not only that, I received a lot worse service when moved. Also, we were told a lie from the charge nurse that the room was bigger better and the bed is better. All of it was a lie. My wife was very upset we decided to just leave. Technically this could be a one star but I'll give another star because the service was fine when we were in maternity care. Nurses were kind and nice. Calls was was pretty prompt and they will even check on us time to time. But I won't have my child here again. Apparently they really love to move people around a lot in maternity care and they operate really crappy. (4 months ago)

Most of the RNs here were extremely rude as fudge. I understand they are frustrated by so many family members crowding around the patient but have some cultural morals and knowledge. One of the rn told us that if the hallway was a road she would've ran us over. I will have to give props to one of the night ICU nurse, she was very understanding. (2 months ago)

A W

My wife and I were recently at St. John's for the birth of our child. We have been there before and the experience was excellent. Even on this visit, the maternity staff was amazing. With that said, there is a glaring reason for the generous two star review. If you are considering St. John's maternity my advice is to call ahead to see how full they are and ask if there is a possibility of being transferred rooms. If there is a 1/1000 chance of being moved, look for a different hospital within your network. The day after my wife's schedule cesarian section we were approached about changing rooms to a different location in the hospital due to a busy unit and "too many labors". We were told the location was secure, staffed with maternity nurses, and the cases in that location were not severe. These selling points, however, were not accurate. The wing itself is a medical/surgical wing (P1). Once entering the wing we were brought to our room at the very end of the hallway. At this point we were the only room in our hallway with a maternity indicator on the door. The room itself was not adequate to a new family. The size of the room could barely fit the bed for mom and baby. In their maternity rooms they have a couch, chair, and back-up chairs in the closet. This room had no such extra seating. We were told they would bring in a chair for me (husband) "if he wants to stay the night". The chair itself folded down flat, but folding it down flat meant the door would be blocked and not allowed to open, preventing anyone from entering or leaving the room. The bathroom was small and cramped, but had to be utilized for my wife to pump. However, the lack of fridge in the room prevented anything from being stored on site. When our child's doctor came in she struggled to find a usable outlet because it was impossible to get to any behind the bed. She settled for the outlet in the bathroom. Needless to say, storing items in the room was next to impossible. With mom and the baby in the room there was barely enough room to walk around, let alone add a chair for a husband/partner. Forget about visitors. The nursing staff, while nice, were not maternity nurses. Some floated to maternity from time to time, but it was not their specific area. When our child had to return to maternity for newborn exams, she had to be picked up by nurses and aids from maternity and brought back to that unit. The wing itself was secure, but on one of my wife's walks she found three rooms with medical isolation carts out front. This does not create a baby friendly environment. Of course we do not know what was going on with other patients on the unit, but because of that concern my wife did not want to leave the room and was concerned about exposure to other illnesses. The room size, lack of maternity resources, and other unknowns on the wing led us to ask both my wife's and baby's doctors for an early discharge. Both doctors said they would ask to be discharged early too if they were staying in those conditions. The discharge paperwork was filed a full hour and twenty minutes before a nurse stopped by to tell us. The hospital staff then did not check with us before they sent my wife's prescriptions to a pharmacy that added 40 minutes to our ride home in the late afternoon. They could not be transferred due to the nature of the medications and time of day (pharmacies closing). Overall our experience was quite miserable once we transferred out of maternity with our newborn. We feel the hospital could have considered other options prior to our transfer off the unit. I may even have felt differently if we were transferred on day of discharge, but we were a mere 24 hrs after surgery and had 2 more nights/3 days left before discharge. We spoke with other individuals who went through this same undesirable experience at St. John's. We understand a unit can be busy, but think that the treatment and care of a family should not be compromised. (6 months ago)

first they scared my sister in law a few years back to the point she ran through the woods home with her BAD BACK and today they practically ATTACKED my mom and made fun of her #AUTISM AND #PTSD. MY MOM HAS A BAD BACK AND HIP AND PTSD. DAD DID ALL HE COULD TO GET HER HOME. MY MOM IS HURT AND THEY ADJITATED HER HIP, #PTSD AND #AUTISM. MOM LOSES IT AND TRIES TO DIE. HER LAST MEMORY WAS SAYING I HAVE #AUTISM AND THEN A DIRTY WHITE SECURITY GUARD LAUGHING AT HER. MY MOM ALMOST JUMPED OUT ON THE HIGHWAY BECAUSE OF THIS. DAD GOT HER TO ME AND I HELD HER TIL SHE STOPPED CRYING THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ME ALMOST LODLSING ME MOM (2 months ago)

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