Acute Care Hospitals
Government - State

REX HOSPITAL

4420 LAKE BOONE TRAIL, RALEIGH, NC 27607
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Below the national average

Safety

Above the national average

Readmission

Above the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average

Timliness

Below the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average

About REX HOSPITAL

4420 LAKE BOONE TRAIL
RALEIGH, NC 27607

Find a hospital near you: Trust the experts at UNC REX Healthcare in Raleigh, NC, for high-quality, compassionate health care for you and your family.

Rex Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Wake County, NC.

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

Rex Hospital is a government - state 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

Love Rex. Just had our second baby here and both times we had good experiences. They tend to over communicate, in a helpful way, everything a new parent needs to know. The staff seems to be ready to help and typically on top of things. Waiting, triage, delivery and recovery rooms are all comfortable and adequate for what they are. The recovery rooms have been especially pleasant. Favorite part of this hospital is the generous courtyards which kept our older son sane while visiting. (a month ago)

I had a wonderful experience at this Hospital considering I was scared and nervous my nurses and Drs was so understanding .They made me feel so welcome I stayed over and I felt safe... and I like how Endeavors there staff was True all American Hospital with good values Way to Go Rex👏👏😎🙌🌹 Everybody should go here. P.S The Radiation department was The 💣🌹awesome they were so sweet warm blankets and smiling faces love them .. (2 months ago)

I do not like the ER,however an abnormal EKG,shortness of breath and chest pain brought me here. I waited triage nurse had me as a completely different patient. Red Flag! I was taken by wheelchair to sit,be forgotten about holding a cup of urine. Waited forever,tachycardia,HR,never left 135bpm. CT scan to r/o pulmonary embolism. First doctor is all about “if the CT doesn’t show anything we will figure it out.” My husband arrives to me back out in the waiting room. People around us asking him “is she okay”? I could not see faces just hear. Finally CT scan,lands an arrogant ER physician with 2 students in the room because the CT was clear. So,why the pressure,irregular HR,chest pain? No answer other than bronchitis...I am allergic to opioid pain medication. I am not even sure they had the correct patient. I have worked in the medical field beginning with the ER. I knew I was being charged for every moment I waited for my discharge paperwork. I removed my own IV line,discarding it in the biohazard box. I walked out of the room assisted by my husband,to let the nurse kindly know I am to old for this. She was the only kind person there. I left with heavy chest pain and a HR of 135. I am still having a heavy chest and severe chest pain. I am writing this in case I don’t wake up. I am someone’s daughter,someone’s wife,and first and foremost a mother and Grandmother. When treating patients always think about that. I am not finished with this by any means,please believe that. (in the last week)

I delivered at Rex and had a WONDERFUL experience and have chosen to deliver there again for my second pregnancy. The nurses and doctors were all great and my process was very uncomplicated! (2 months ago)

Rex has made me feel so welcomed while my mom under went a hip replacement and i am 3 months in on breast feeding everyone helped me find a place to pump as my child wasn’t with me. I am so thankful for everyone and how considerate they were of me pumping. (2 months ago)

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