Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

REGIONS HOSPITAL

640 JACKSON STREET, SAINT PAUL, MN 55101
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Below the national average

Safety

Below the national average

Readmission

Above the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average

Timliness

Same as the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About REGIONS HOSPITAL

640 JACKSON STREET
SAINT PAUL, MN 55101

Regions Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Ramsey County, MN.

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

Regions Hospital 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

Reviews

If I could give 0 stars I would. I had a family member diagnosed with cancer. On their website it clearly states that the patient will see an oncologist within 48 hours. It has been 9 days since the diagnosis and she still has to wait another day to an oncologist. I have left messages with multiple people at the hospital and am waiting to see how they try to explain this. (a month ago)

My 91 year old mother was transported to Regions after a fall.The ER staff was great, stopped the bleeding from her broken nose (she was on blood thinners), and stabilized her neck (fracture in her vertebrae). Took a while to see all the doctors on her team and get her moved to the ICU, but we were kept informed at all times. Almost 2 days in the ICU where she received great care, then on to a room in South 11. Well cared for and started some therapy. Now she's in Capital View transitional care center, located in the same facility. We made this decision specifically because it would be easy to get her readmitted to Regions if she suddenly went down hill. Nothing negative to say about the entire experience. We have used valet parking everyday, both on the South side and West side entrance. It is very reasonably priced, especially for seniors 65 and older, who get a flat rate of $3 for all day. We've never had to wait more than 5 minutes to retrieve our car, I'd say 3 minutes is about average. Also, I would give 5 stars to the cafe on second floor who serves freshly made flat bread pizzas, wraps, and rice bowls to name a few. The food is prepared quickly and is outstanding. The prices are very reasonable and they also give a senior discount.****** (5 months ago)

Best hospital in Minnesota. In the top 50 hospitals in the country 3 years in a row. Minnesota's only hospital to receive this award! (2 weeks ago)

My niece had a big surgery in her pelvis. She was well taken care of. All doctors, nurses, care takers, front desk and security people are very very kind. They are professional and efficient. I'm very impressed by them. Family member is allowed to stay overnight in the private room she stays, very impressive services. I definitely recommend it. (5 months ago)

My experience at this hospital was awful and I know that the hospital won't care or address these complaints ever but I am posting it hoping that others can see this before they decide to come here for care. Came here and was totally disappointed. All the staffs were extremely rude. When they are in the room, the want to strictly talk to the patient. They felt they don't need to answer any concerns or questions the family may have. All the staffs continued moving along and do whatever that was ordered expecting the patient to be okay and go with the flow. If the patient question any of it, the staffs get extremely angry and will leave the room and stop doing what they were doing. They won't even explain why they were starting the patient on a med or why a MRI was ordered. They felt offended that the patient questioned his care so they leave the room and reported off to the other staffs/providers that the patient was noncompliance. If the family have any questions, it is reported off that the family was interfering with the patient's care. When the family and the patient voiced their concerns, the provider and charge nurse say sorry we will address the concerns and try to answer any questions the patient or family may have. 5 minutes later another staff comes into the room acting exactly the same again where "I don't need to answer any questions. You as the patient do as what I say." Nothing get change after several complaints. As a matter of fact, the poor patient is now labeled "noncompliance." No, the patient wasn't noncompliance. The patient will just like to know what is going on and why. Is that considered "noncompliance?" Don't come here unless you like to do as what you were told to do without asking any questions. (5 months ago)

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