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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Below the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average


CARMEL, IN 46032


Indiana University Health North Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Hamilton County, IN.

Indiana University Health North Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Indiana University Health North 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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IU Health is top ten hospital in the U.S. It's the only hospital system I trust with my health and indeed life. Very friendly, caring and highly competent staff, with sincerely dedicated and excellent doctors. IU Health North is one of its newer facilities. It may look like a palace inside and out, but it has plenty of parking and easy to navigate inside. (a month ago)

In January, we took our daughter due to concerns about a severe concussion she received earlier that evening. We saw two PA's, one who had to call in another because she seemed very inexperienced. Then, as we were being released after never seeing a doctor, a nurse told us that our daughter "could go to school the next day, if she felt like it." In fact, after seeing an actual doctor the next week, we were told she needed to be on academic limitations and she was released for academics and athletics over a month later. We'll not be back to the ER at IU North. We are stuck with a huge bill and received nothing more than a prescription for anti-nausea medication. I've contacted the hospital to express my concerns and have not heard back from them. (2 months ago)

Not that impressed today with I U North, mind you we've had both kids here, used it as our E.R. twice before tonight, as well. Naive parents I suppose. Our son is potty training and was super constipated with a sore bottom from leakage that was able to escape. Pretty raw in my opinion. I guess its a huge healthcare problem that tons of $$ is spent on toddlers constipation. However my insurance covers all emergencies despite our naivety. Our son was let to scream for 2 plus hours. I asked for lidocaine jelly. To prepare for his release. Then I had to ask for pain management syrup, usually a gentle liquid vicodin for rare situations where your lil one has been screaming for over two hours. So they gave him an enema same brand as at the store with the penguin on it..... Great, a product so safe it is over the counter. But why did I have to request pain meds and lidocaine jelly from the nurses ( no doctors saw us which Im sure is normal for these calls)? Oh, because my beautiful wife who had both our children here, my first born and I were left alone in the room without 15 minute interval checks. The nurse who gave us our final consult would not look at me as if my wife was the full time care giver. I am alone with my children from 530 am until 3pm every day. I had to order two meds through the nurses to be administered due to the screams that would not end. I lost a lot of money on this visit. This was the first bad experience Ive had here, but due to my son being only 2 years old, I have to paint a picture of a very angered family. Trust lost. Now we will use Community North for our E.R. even though we live in Zionsville. (a month ago)

I'm giving 5 stars to a lady name Stefani she works in billing she help me over the phone when I had a big problem I'm not sure if she works at IU in Carmel. But she went above and beyond to make sure she took care of the problem for me (2 months ago)

Unless you think you need surgery, don't even bother going to the ER. Save yourself the hassle and go to an urgent care facility. I suspected I had pneumonia so I headed to the ER for an x-ray. Was told the wait wasn't long, yet it was a solid hour before I was put into a room where I waited several more minutes before an unfriendly Physician's Assistant arrived on the scene. Wasn't seen by a doctor, wasn't asked what medications I was taking or what conditions I had. Sent for the x-ray and waited almost an hour for someone to come back and give me a script which would cause big problems with another condition I have. When I asked the nurse questions, I got a canned answer that they couldn't help me with that. Really? I am at a hospital and they want to prescribe meds that will cause more problems? What happened to doing no harm -- seemed like they really could care less -- just sent me on my way. Sent on my that is after the employees who sounded like they were partying in the next room wanted my insurance info. I have been to this hospital and IU doctors for years and yet tonight they claim I was not in IU's system. This all just seemed like a bad joke. Not the way I want to be treated. (5 months ago)

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