Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

HIGHLINE MEDICAL CENTER

16251 SYLVESTER ROAD SW, BURIEN, WA 98166
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Same as the national average

Readmission

Above 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

Same as the national average

About HIGHLINE MEDICAL CENTER

16251 SYLVESTER ROAD SW
BURIEN, WA 98166

Highline Medical Center. Located in Burien, we provide advanced medicine and trusted care for the surrounding community.

Highline Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in King County, WA.

Highline Medical Center does have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

Highline Medical Center 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

My father has made many trips to this place and while he doesn’t like being there, the staff is incredibly patient with him and are really top notch. I just spoke with Kara and she was great in reassuring me that they are working with my father right now in his confusion and will make a safe release plan. Kara really made me feel like I was being listened to. I’ve got to rate them high as they have always been professional and patient with my father. (2 weeks ago)

Very good hospital, and approachable staff been in their shoes straight 12 hours to make sure that they give the best care to patient's. i feel bad cz people just cant control of their perfectionism and give bad review to this hospital. remember everyone get mistakes!!! (2 months ago)

My girlfriend came in cause she was out of her psychiatric med for schizophrenia which she had already been out of for a couple days and wasnt doing so well at this point. the first nurse seemed nice enough until they started accusing her of being a drug addict. It took 2 hours to get her 1 pill. They should have seend she wasnt doing well. Aftet giving her the pill they make us wait around another hour and then they move us to a different room and shut the door. Eventually the social worker comes in straight up accusing my girlfriend saying all the anxiety and sleeplessness were because she was using meth!! What kinda my girlfriend eventually told the lady that if she was just gonna accuse her of being an addict and wasnt gonna do anything to actually help her she should leave the room and get her discharge papers. Needless to say they got those papers pretty quick. (a month ago)

Very disappointed in the care my mother is getting. Her room is very cold and they say they can't turn the heat up. She was admitted Thanksgiving day but couldn't get a Turkey dinner even though it was on the daily menu. The adult diapers they have are a one size fits all, which means anyone over 190lbs is going to have to lay there without it being fastened together. They treat her like she's a little old lady who doesn't know what she's talking about. Yet she is smart and sharp as can be. My dad volunteered at high line for twenty years, and at one time we felt the care was very good. But since it was taken over by Fransiscan it is not an impressive facility at all. Mom deserves better. (6 months ago)

First, the nurse wanted to weigh me with all my clothes on - I mean my heavy boots and my coat with keys, phone, wallet, etc. in pocket. When I questioned her about this, she replied with "well, you can take your coat off if you want." Then, she took my blood pressure with my arms dangling straight down and could not figure out why the results were not as they should have been. I've had no medical training, but I any pharmacy blood pressure machine has the arm placed horizontally probably for good reason. She was training someone else during my appointment. The doctor seemed ok, but he was not involved with the exam. He did the closing consultation. The front desk was inattentive. I had a long wait afterwards for my ride and saw there should be open WiFi in the building. I went to ask if there was the guest network and the password. The receptionist replied that she thought there was but didn't know the password. Zero attempt to find out. Patients were pressured on the phone and after current appointments to make follow-up appointments way in advance. Note this review only applies to Highline Imaging not to the entire medical center. (a month ago)

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