Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

NAPLES COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

350 7TH ST N, NAPLES, FL 34102
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Above the national average

Readmission

Above the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average

Timliness

Same as the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average

About NAPLES COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

350 7TH ST N
NAPLES, FL 34102

The award winning NCH Healthcare System offers advanced heart, cancer, obstetric, newborn, orthopedic and pediatric care.

Naples Community Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Collier County, FL.

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

Naples Community Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday 500 AM – 900 PM
Tuesday 500 AM – 900 PM
Wednesday 500 AM – 900 PM
Thursday 500 AM – 900 PM
Friday 500 AM – 800 PM
Saturday 630 AM – 300 PM
Sunday 800 AM – 300 PM

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Reviews

Can't say enough about how good i was treated. The professional help in there heart Department is well deserved of five 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Rateing . Doctors Team was amazing and extremely professional. The Nurses we're also professional in everything that they do. I spent two weeks and a day in all there care 🌟🌟🌟⭐🌟 Joe Kratt Thanks everyone. (a month ago)

Staff is awesome hospital is clean only reasin I rated a 4 was because after hours if your stuck in the ER you can't get anything to eat or even a cup of coffee..vending machines only had 4 diet mountain dews..not a good customer service..but the hospital staff is fabulous and professional and polite (3 weeks ago)

If you want to wait 7 hours to see a Dr while sitting in a hallway, go there. If you ask a question you get a very short answer of I don't know. The staff in the mean time loves to chat and flurt with each other. (2 months ago)

I was in the ER multiple times for severe pain in my thigh, and was admitted twice. I was treated like a criminal. The nurses wouldn't speak to me or even look at me. If I needed to go to the bathroom, I waited hours for someone to help me out of bed. A doctor threatened to lock me in a psych ward with no pain management. Another doctor told me to stop going to doctors and stop coming to the ER. On my last trip there, I waited 12 hours to be seen. They looked at MRIs of my back and hip, but never looked at my thigh (where the pain was). I lost my ability to walk and my leg shrank to half the size of the other one. They kept giving me pain meds, which I told them didn't work. I later learned that they had diagnosed me as a "drug seeker". I ended up treating myself with lidocaine injections in my thigh, for 4 years. Recently, I learned that all of this pain is being caused by a deep tissue Lipoma that is pressing on a nerve. I also recently learned that a neighbor of mine died at this hospital from an infection they said he'd gotten from a surgery he'd had 20 years ago. He'd had some pain and was admitted, but was there for 4 days before they did anything. Seems a bit fishy to me. (2 weeks ago)

I was taken to the ER several times for the same condition, which continued to get worse. I was treated with cold contempt, scolded and lectured by doctors, threatened and treated like my life didn't matter. I nearly died and suffer permanent damage due to lack of proper treatment. My quality of life has suffered dramatically and I continue to get therapy for PTSD caused by the trauma. (2 weeks ago)

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