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Medicare Performace Measures


Below the national average


Same as the national average


Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



McLaren Port Huron hospital is the regional hospital of choice for the Port Huron, blue water and thumb areas of Michigan.

Mclaren Port Huron is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Saint Clair County, MI.

Mclaren Port Huron does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Mclaren Port Huron 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


My mother was in and out of this hospital quite a few times. The first time I was impressed with her care and the nursing staff. My opinion quickly changed the second, third and fourth time she was there. The nursing staff was rude to her, making me feel quite angry. We wanted to put her in hospice at the end of her last visit and they stated that she wasn't ready for hospice. We finally got them to approve it, and as soon as she got there, the hospice nurse told us that she was going to pass before the next day! What was wrong with these Port Huron hospital nurses that they couldn't tell? She died at 7:45 am the next morning. (in the last week)

What hospital in the 20th century does not have a working wifi for surgery waiting area. Even better, sir if you stand by the rail you might get it... pathetic! (2 weeks ago)

Although some of the staff are very courteous, I would very much recommend visiting a cancer center in the Detroit metropolitan area if you have the option. In my opinion, the individuals that work at this facility are impractical, unrealistic, and motivated by making a profit for the facility. Be your own judge. My father was terminally ill and had limited time remaining. He was not going to be a future money maker for this place. My family and I had to beg the staff for information and updates regarding my father's condition and prognosis. In my opinion, if you are not future income source or the squeaky wheel, you will be left behind. Otherwise, don't be surprised if they recommend treatment that benefits the bottom line, not your needs. (5 months ago)

This review is for administrative practices at McLaren Port Huron. This 1 star is too much. They deserve a zero. The nurses are not included in any way in this review. They are hard working, caring, and compassionate. Traits not reflected in anyway at the top. My 94 year old grandmother was admitted with a UTI, pneumonia, and influenza. Testing confirmed all 3 on Saturday 11/11. She was released on Monday 11/13. I did not receive a call explaining her miraculous recovery and discharge. I have spoken to two representatives from McLaren after calling them to express my vehement displeasure with my grandma's treatment. Sadly, this is the second time McLaren threw my grandma to the curb. Last winter she fell and injured herself. She had great difficulty walking and could not use her right arm due to the pain. I took her to the emergency room when she couldn't take the pain any more. She was admitted approximately 8am. She was told around noon that there was nothing serious enough to keep her there. These were not insurance issues on my grandma's behalf. My grandma did nothing wrong except choosing the wrong hospital. (3 months ago)

At times you find courteous staff, but the doctors will remind you that you are just a number. They care more about reimbursements and incentives than the actual patient. They have no tolerance for answering your questions, but they have enough time to sit around and plan their weekend. (3 months ago)

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