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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Above the national average


Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Not Available (Results are not available for this reporting period)


ERIE, PA 16509

Millcreek Community Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Erie County, PA.

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

Millcreek Community Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - church 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 have visited this "hospital" twice now within a year and a half for mental health. The first time I asked for help they handed me a Rx and said we'll call you in few days to set up further treatment and help, NO one called. Second time I was brought by ambulance and instead of helping me after I begged to stay and for help they decided to send me to the Erie County Prison for the night instead....also I noticed they are not even professional enough like St. Vincent or Hamot to respond to Google time I'll pick one of those! (2 months ago)

90% of the staff I encounteted were rude. Went to the snack bar..staff were having a conversation between each other and made it quite obvioys that I was interuppting. Asked for a menu and the girl rudely said "it's by the cash register..she couldn't be botheted to bring one to me. I ordeted a grilled cheese and she rolled her eyes. When she threw it in front if me I said thank you.. no response from her at all. My mother broke her hip, when they trsnferred her to her room from the ER the 3rd shift nurse was quite rude and abrupt, she was extremely rough getting her into bed and didnt even realize my mother was screaming in pain because she layed her on the broken hip (a month ago)

My husband went in for surgery but they couldn't perform it because he was vomiting. He was sent to the ER where they admitted him for low blood pressure. Later in the evening I was told that he had pneumonia and that they would be starting IV antibiotics. The next morning I got a call from the caseworker telling me to come pick him up because they were discharging him. When I get there and ask the nurse why he's being sent home she tells me he's fine, the sonogram of his lung showed fluid because he had to poop. She told me the whole reason he got admitted was because of pneumonia and since he no longer has pneumonia he can go home. No! That is not why he was admitted and I don't care how bad you have to poop it's not going to show fluid on your lung. Apparently the pneumonia just disappeared into thin air. My husband has Nash cirrhosis and kidney disease. So low blood pressure and vomiting is nothing to play around with. They didn't even give us a wheelchair on the way out to the car. My son and I had to stop him from falling over on 4 different occasions just coming down the elevator. I took him to Saint Vincent and he is now in ICU. The doctor never came in to see him and never called me to update me. If I were you I would stay as far away from this hospital as possible. (3 months ago)

I recently had an EGD at MCH and received the news that there was a tumor in my esophagus. The staff there was extremely supportive and caring. They immediately began assisting me in making arrangements to see a specialist in Pittsburgh. The staff there really went above and beyond to help me with a difficult situation. (3 months ago)

Had an excellent stay at Millcreek hospital. Good care and good service good doctors (4 months ago)

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