Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Church

PRESENCE RESURRECTION MEDICAL CENTER

7435 W TALCOTT AVENUE, CHICAGO, IL 60631
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Above the national average

Safety

Above the national average

Readmission

Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average

Timliness

Above the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About PRESENCE RESURRECTION MEDICAL CENTER

7435 W TALCOTT AVENUE
CHICAGO, IL 60631

Presence Resurrection Medical Center is an award-winning, 360-bed academic teaching hospital located on the northwest side of Chicago. As a full service medical ...

Presence Resurrection Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Cook County, IL.

Presence Resurrection Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Presence Resurrection Medical Center 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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Reviews

Dr. Powers ! I must say I'm very happy with my care at this family practice group! Dr.powers is truly amazing.. kind. Caring and a true professional! She will continue to be my Doctor for everything ! I just hope that every doctor I do come across at this hospital has a "wonderful bed side manner such as Dr.Powers" (2 months ago)

date and time of ER visit: January 10, 2018-9:50 PM As someone who works in the health care field for more than 5 years, I'm shocked at how terrible my experience has been from a non-nursing staff. The black lady guard who was stationed here at the ER has rudely told me to leave the area near the triage. I understand that there's a waiting area and since this was my first time here, I didn't expect such rudeness for not knowing it and thus, loitering unknowingly. A little compassion to a family member in distress is highly appreciated. The staff wasn't rude just to me but to another Asian young man. She shooed him away just like we're roaches. Apparently, we're not in the privilege race because she didn't shove away the white family member who came in with us to the ER. My parents and I shared the elevator with this preferred ER visitor. Here's my little plea: please have more compassionate and non-racist staff. It's not our fault if we're Asians and not white or black. At my workplace, I treat all visitors equally regardless of skin color. We always bear in mind that we're meeting the families at their worst times and needs to be treated with kindness and compassion. If ever she comes to our workplace, I'll extend to her the exact opposite hospitality that she has treated not only me, but another Asian too. My mom's doctor is from here and we love her. It's sad how the non-nursing staff has been to me and my fellow Asian. My advice to those who will have the unfortunate experience of bringing a family member here: please bring a Caucasian friend so you'll be treated with respect. (4 months ago)

Doctors and nurses listened, and took their time with us. My wife's condition was very rare, presented as the flu, yet it was life-threatening condition. They were calm and professional, and the surgery saved my wife's life. They called in the head doctor who was not even working that day to help perform the difficult operation. They were highly skilled, and if it was anywhere else, my 35 year old wife would probably be dead right now. I thank God for putting us in their path for them to help us. (2 months ago)

Went to the ER, Told them I had problems breathing. They did some blood test and sent me home. I over heard one male nurse say they discharged several people in under 2 hrs,. including myself. I had to go back the next day,. turns out I had pneumonia! They should have scanned my lungs in the first place,. instead of rushing me out of the ER. I also felt like they thought I was just there for pain meds. The nurse saw my tattoos and made a comment about how I was only getting Tylenol. I told them I didn't want any pain meds,. I just wanted to find out what's wrong! (2 weeks ago)

One of the most attentive, accommodating, professional and friendly hospital patient care staffs I've seen. I've stayed in many hospitals, but this time I was only a visitor of my friend for a week who had just spent over 9 days in ICU. The 3rd floor nursing staff (in the non-delivery and labor section) were all fantastic as also were the PCTs, the therapists, the room cleaners, etc. We all agreed that if we had to stay in a hospital when in Chicago, we would want to be in Presence Resurrection. They actually saved my friend's life, but that is her story to tell. She is now home and doing well in her next phase of recovery. (3 months ago)

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