Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

KENNEDY UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL - STRATFORD DIV

18 EAST LAUREL ROAD, STRATFORD, NJ 08084
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Above the national average

Safety

Same as the national average

Readmission

Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average

Timliness

Below the national average

Effectiveness

Above the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average

About KENNEDY UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL - STRATFORD DIV

18 EAST LAUREL ROAD
STRATFORD, NJ 08084

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Kennedy University Hospital - Stratford Div is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Camden County, NJ.

Kennedy University Hospital - Stratford Div does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Kennedy University Hospital - Stratford Div 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

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Reviews

Last week I was sent to the ED by ambulance and then admitted as a patient. I have not been a patient in a hospital for years and was not happy that I had to be admitted. I was surprisingly impressed with the changes I observed during my hospitalization. Hospital personnel greeted me on my arrival. My assessment, care, and necessary tests were swift . All personnel, without exception, were professional, polite, knowledgeable in their field of expertise, and accommodating. Everyone introduced themselves, had their ID badges with their certifications in plan site in large print so that anyone could see. My care was organized. I was presented with a printed copy of my care plan for the day. My care plan included any tests, consults and medications that were scheduled which included the names of the hospital personnel that I would come into contact during the scheduled activities of the day. I will never enjoy being a patient in a hospital however, the professionalism that was exhibited at Jefferson Stratford made my stay bearable. I am grateful for the care that I received during my recent hospitalization at Jefferson Stratford. (a month ago)

I am more than happy with the level of care and compassion they offer to their patients. NURSES ARE: *NORA*, CONNIE, LOU .. NURSES AIDS: LINDA & CHUCK (All in ICU&STEPFOWN) This is the second time my mother has been hospitalized, 3 weeks last month and so far a week and counting this time. They were all extremely informative and made sure you fully understood what was going on. The nurses personally remembered her and myself. Congratulated her on something she overcame and is now doing well with. They are some of the most friendly nurses I have ever come into contact with. They make sure every need is met and if there is anything else they make sure it’s done and you and the family are satisfied. They take the time out to see how we are both feeling and actually come and joke around with us making sure we’re not just patients in a hospital but actually cared about. I could go on and on. (4 months ago)

The receptionist asked me my name five times and couldn’t get it correct. The nurse literally ripped out my Iv I guess because I said the medical field is a joke after all the nurses did the doctors job he came in asking about stuff that had nothing to do with me or why I was in the hospital while the student doctor sits listening picking at her nails and rolling her eyes. I wish I could bill the hospital for wasteing my time what a joke this place is maybe that’s why the have such a bad reputation virtual has never been this unprofessional I had no choice but to go to this hospital because of my symptoms Is it common practice to throw two blood vials in the regular trashcan because that’s what they do with my blood samples they were four vials two of them went into the regular garbage (2 weeks ago)

My mother-in-law was admitted for observation the other night. I called the following day to check for updates on her status and was transferred to 5 different people, none of them had no clue on her status. What I find very irritating is that I called several times trying to speak to her nurse or anyone that could update me on her status. On my 7th or 8th call, I was able to speak to her nurse, Mark, but instead of providing me with updates he transferred me over to my mother-in-law's room. This guy has got to be the most idiotic nurse ever. If a family member asks for any updates whether it be how the patient is doing, critical labs, or even possible discharge, you give that family whatever they want to hear. It only takes a few minutes out of your time. You would think after being bought out by Jefferson Health, simple issues like this could be handled more appropriately. To all the nurse managers, a system needs to be implemented to ensure greater quality of care and patient satisfaction. There are plenty of evidence-based research and academic journals on improving overall quality of care in the hospital setting. I strongly encourage that the nursing administration and nurse managers take this into consideration and implement evidence-based practice. Very upsetting to see how poorly this was handled. (4 months ago)

I became very ill and needed emergency surgery. Dr s and staff are great, assisted me and my family in getting past our medical emergency. So very pleased. More then words could say. (4 months ago)

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