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Medicare Performace Measures


Below the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center is a 250+ bed tertiary care facility on a 100-acre campus on the east side of Rockford, Illinois. The hospital is home to a variety ...

Saint Anthony Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Winnebago County, IL.

Saint Anthony Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Saint Anthony 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

Location and Directions


Had my daughter at St. Anthony's last weekend. All the nurses who took part of my care in L&D and Postpartum care were wonderful. Very caring and compassionate. I loved that Kim in L&D had over 20 years of experience and one of my favorite nurses was Nicole in postpartum care. She was very sweet and attentive to my needs and the care I wanted for my baby. Martha the lactation consultant was awesome too and very knowledgeable. Thank you ladies! (a month ago)

I was very highly disappointed in my trip to the ER, arrived there around 125 A.m. was sent back to triage and waited another 10 minutes before a nurse actually came to get me and take me to my room. Once in my room, I waited at least over 20 minutes for a nurse to come in and start all the stuff. Regristration were the first people to my room, and I find that very unacceptable. I waited probably over 2 hours before I saw the doctor, who was nice don't get me wrong, but I found that crazy as well. They put an IV in me for no reason, the nurse told me that they put IV's in everyone who comes in there. But I've been there one other time, and they didn't put an IV in, needless to say I won't be back to St. Anthony's I will either go to St Clare or Mercy. (2 weeks ago)

We went there for my grandmother who took to many pills and went crazy. They kept us away from her and ask her questions, they said she was fine and kept her for the night. She told them not to give any info. They listened, YOU CAN NOT LISTEN TO SOMEONE WHO IS CRAZY. pathetic. Now we don’t know if she’s ok, that’s wrong. We tried calling her room and they gave us the wrong number. (2 months ago)

I was in the ER with my child, a nurse came in (Denise), did not acknowledge us, was looking for something, left, came back with electric cords for monitor, took my son's vitals documented on the computer, and left the room. Later, came back and said it was time to go (admitted). NEVER once introduced herself or show any compassion let alone polite conversation. I am a nurse of 25 years and would never do that to a pt or family members. My son has been admitted for almost 5 days and not once has anyone talked to me about cost of treatment or anything. I think the customer should know how to financially prepare for whatever the cost of this bill will be or even if it is affordable. Also, I was never given instructions on what would happen/rules to follow during my son's stay. Any info I received was through asking questions, this is disappointing. This program has been in place for years and there does not appear to have a sense of treating the patient as a whole which I includes the family being educated also. The nurses at Hyland are very nice. The doctor I spoke with was nice but I only spoke with him when I left a note for him to call and update me. (4 months ago)

My best friend was treated through St Anthony’s for slightly over a year for breast cancer. Chemo, radiation, and two surgeries. I had great concern about her being treated here due to my own past experiences and its reputation. It turned out that she had wonderful care by the doctors, nurses, and all medical care staff during every part of her battle. You guys may have room for improvement in many areas but you certainly made one scared woman’s fight for her life a little bit easier. (6 months ago)

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