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Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

3.8 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
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DENVER, CO 80206

National Jewish Health is the leading respiratory hospital and offers treatment and research for pulmonary, cardiac, immune and related conditions

National Jewish Health is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Denver County, CO.

National Jewish Health does have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

National Jewish Health is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday 800 AM – 500 PM
Tuesday 800 AM – 500 PM
Wednesday 800 AM – 500 PM
Thursday 800 AM – 500 PM
Friday 800 AM – 500 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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This is by far the worst hospital I have ever gone to. Not only was I not able to fill my prescription due to an invalid DEA number (which leads me to believe the "doctors" here are not actually accredited) but I got a bill from a collections agency for a bill I paid in full some time back (even though it was supposed to have been covered by insurance). I will definitely be reporting this organization. National Jewish has turned out to be nothing but a sham. Avoid it at all costs. (a week ago)

Today is my second visit to National Jewish bringing a patient to her appointment. Today is May 1, 2018 and it is 8:09am. This is our second time here and we had the same very poor experience with the valet. He is rude, condescending, not at all helpful, and is a very poor representation of this hospital. He really should be removed as he is the first representative One comes in contact with should the valet service be used. I watched his interactions with the car in front of me. It was an elderly lady with an oxygen tank. She had trouble getting out of her car with the tank. I actually got out of my car to help her and he simply watched without interest. He then waited for her to walk to him and waited for her to ask for her to request the valet service and his first response was “are you a patient?“ I was stunned. (3 weeks ago)

I love this medical facility. They're thorough, fast, and very kind and understanding. Just message sure you see a Dr. You're comfortable with, who listens to you. I have a new Dr. And I'm going to switch. She's been my only disabling experience. So I'm looking for a new one who'll listen and help, and who'll be consistent. Otherwise they're an A+!!!💜 (3 months ago)

It has been such a frustrating experience with this place. They are always running behind schedule and just seem generally disorganized, you can't expect them to stay on top of anything. You have to take the lead and make sure everything gets pushed through with relentless follow-up and even that is difficult because you can never get through on the phone. After meeting with sleep docs and taking 3 sleep studies over the course of 2 years, the docs say there is 95% chance I have narcolepsy and yet I'm no closer to an official diagnosis than the day I first walked in. I ended up getting medication for sleep apnea though another doctor, which helps me just make it though the day. It's sad that despite years of effort and thousands of dollars in medical bills, another doctor was able to offer me some kind of help when this place offered me absolutely none. I will give props to the sleep techs, these people work their butts off on a never-ending list of sleep studies, practically never get to see the light of day and don't receive any credit for their work. You guys are truly the unsung heroes, but administrative people need to get their acts together and actual sleep docs need to get better at follow up. All I want is to not be exhausted literally all the time and I feel like I got no help at all from being a patient with you. (a week ago)

I spent 6 months getting to National Jewish with already a bunch of test completed. Had numerous tests since coming to National Jewish. Have had the diagnosis since January and still no treatment plan. Just keep ordering more tests and it takes 6 weeks to get the appointments. 12 days to have an order called into the insurance company. No response to calls. going on 4 months with no treatment except to breathe with pursed lips. Well that did not keep me at the altitude I residence and now cannot be home. (2 months ago)

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