Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private


2160 S 1ST AVENUE, MAYWOOD, IL 60153
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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Loyola University Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Cook County, IL.

Loyola University Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Loyola University 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


I’ve been waiting in the ER waiting area for 5 hours now and I’m still waiting!!! This is past ridiculous. No one should have to waste their whole day just to get assist at an hospital. I’m highly disappointed. Is they know the wait will be this long, they should at least inform the patients they will be waiting 5+ hours to get seen by a doctor. I had important things to attend today and it’s been greatly wasted by this. I do not recommend anyone to Loyola hospital. More specifically, the ER!!!!!!! (a week ago)

We are never coming back to this awful hospital. My poor mother waited over 6 hours for a bed in the e.r.!! When I asked the nurse why it was taking so long I was told it was by "acuity level" meaning if there are other patients with more serious concerns they will take them before you. It does not matter if you arrive hours before, they will take other patients that arrived much later before you, simply because their condition is more "severe" than yours. My question is this to Loyola and please read this hospital administrators- 1. Just because you may not physically see your patients bleeding on the floor does it mean they too are not in crucial pain and need to be seen as soon as possible? 2. How can you let your other patients sit in the waiting area when they are also in agony and in pain for several hours while you continue to decide to put more patients ahead of them? Shame on you. You are being negligent to those poor patients waiting in the area waiting for care. I will never step foot in this hospital again for this reason. I feel sorry for all of those patients that you keep waiting while they are also in need of desperate care. As a hospital, you failed to treat every single patient with the care and concern they deserve. (a month ago)


I won’t burden anyone with my experiences. I firmly believe the staff and doctors carelessness and lack of motivation in their line of work, caused my family member to suffer and decline more than they already were. The facilities are absolutely filthy, the care inconsistent and poor at best. Basic disinfection practices, working equipment and competent staff are non-existent. I honestly have no idea how a hospital operates in conditions I experienced let alone call itself a medical facility. I am sorry for anyone who has had to watch a loved one rot in this sh*thole excuse of a hospital. (3 weeks ago)

This hospital ignored my wishes to be discharged and sent me a huge bill for services that I did not ask for. Ended up having to take my own IV out. Do not go here, they don't respect patient wishes and have some of the highest charges out there since they're private. Not to mention I waited all day for services. I could not be more upset. The same exact visit at Oak Park hospital cost me $130 after insurance where Loyola cost $1000. Don't go here. (2 months ago)

From my mother: After a weekend of taking my mom to immediate care center twice, we were sent to Loyola Emergency center to get further treatment. What a mistake! The waiting room was a mess, the bathrooms had blood and poop all over them.The vending machines had coffee pouring out of it on the floor and it stayed that way for hours.They give you a wrist band and make you wait like a dog for hours.They took her vitals and sent her for a few tests only to be sent back in the waiting room.My dog gets better treatment at the vet!! After 5 hours of waiting and her getting more anxious and sick we left.Loyola you should be ashamed of yourselves for treating seniors like this, and believe me she wasn’t the only one!!What a horrible experience, I am so sorry I brought her there never again.Is this what our health care system has turned into.I understand that life threatening cases go first, but come on get a better system and clean up your dam disgusting waiting room!! (3 weeks ago)

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