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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average


BERWYN, IL 60402

Welcome to MacNeal Hospital. For nearly a century, MacNeal Hospital located in Berwyn, IL has been providing quality healthcare in the near western suburbs and the ...

Macneal Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Cook County, IL.

Macneal Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Macneal 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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I had my first born daughter here staff was professional here, but they could be more sincere one nurse was a little too verbally forceful. Like do this & that in terms of helping her do her job. Also, I don't like the hospital policy of women/mothers getting primary parental rights over the baby automatically in terms of decision making over the new born. Seems very unfair to men/fathers in general that are not included in that decision making as well & very backwards. It's 2018 I feel men/fathers should also get primary parental rights over their new born automatically as well same as the mothers do it should be shared parental rights. Policy seems very one sided & gender discriminatory towards men/fathers. (a month ago)

I have multiple problems with this hospital. For once, when I was born, I developed whooping cough, which is serious for young infants, and when we came to MacNeal, they said that I would be “Alright” and that “He doesn’t need any treatment”. That is not how a hospital should act. A good one would take it’s time, examining and testing for a diagnosis, then prescribe the right treatment. If you want to find a good hospital, go to Rush Medical Center. It is a whole lot better there. (3 months ago)

I have used MacNeal Hospital's services numerous times since 2004 and have always had very positive experiences with the physicians, medical staff, administrative staff, chaplains, and everyone else associated with the hospital. I have had any number of surgical procedures throughout the years and, most importantly, they saved my life when I suffered a massive heart attack in 2015. My doctors are the best and I would recommend this hospital to anyone. The facilities are clean and everyone is courteous, caring, and helpful. (4 months ago)

Consider this a review of the med system, using MacNeal as an example. I went into the ER for a kidney stone. The pain level for a kidney stone is very high, but usually not life threatening. I was asked to submit a urine sample, but was not able to right away. Fifteen minutes later, I felt a bit better and gave the urine sample, only to see the kidney stone! With the stone passed, I was told to get a CT scan to make sure there were not more. I did, got the results 45 minutes later, and went to work. The original bill was for over $10K, and my insurance has contracts with the hospital to bring that down to about $2800. By their records I was in there for about 1:45 total. The majority of the bill was for the CT scan, but they did charge about $2700 for just being there. They should have recommended I go to a much cheaper CT clinic. In the future, I would not go to any hospital unless there are ZERO other options, decline all the treatments that can be gotten at a clinic or open MRI type place. Everyone you talk to says "i just work here". Pathetic. Nazi soldiers were forced into working at concentration camps and we are still hunting them down. I hesitate to use the word rape out of respect for actual victims of such a horrible crime, but being taken advantage of by the medical system that you are have to trust (due to high risk medical knowledge) is a lesser version of such a crime. "Do no harm" does include financial harm. Even the mental health issues created when people must navigate our medical system should count towards that "do no harm" oath. (3 months ago)

Went here to pay bills, it was REALLY clean here. It was also decorated which made me happy. My family were confused as to where to go so a VERY nice lady (cleaning lady) helped us find the correct department. This isn't my first time here but every time I come I feel happy with the service. Highly recommended. Also give cleaning people raises if possible 😊. Very good place anyway 💖. (6 months ago)

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