Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

SAINT THOMAS MIDTOWN HOSPITAL

2000 CHURCH ST, NASHVILLE, TN 37236
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Same as 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 SAINT THOMAS MIDTOWN HOSPITAL

2000 CHURCH ST
NASHVILLE, TN 37236

Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Davidson County, TN.

Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

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Reviews

Waiting in admissions for over two hours. That's at least the norm. If you don't have all day, don't plan on coming. Make sure you ask for documentation for your job as to how long you had to be there. It's been over 2 hours so far. Wish there were a minus star. Very unprofessional and uncaring staff in admissions. Good luck if you choose to go here! Update: Finally leaving after 3 hours simply to pre-register for surgery in admissions. Good luck, everyone! (2 weeks ago)

My wife and I had our first baby here on April 3. We had a great experience. Most of the nurses were very attentive and friendly. The lactation nurses were extremely helpful and passionate about their jobs. We would reccomend anyone to deliver here. We received discharge teaching and a bunch of resource info. (4 weeks ago)

They were horrible. I have been going to this hospital - I was born here myself, when they were Baptist. I went two days ago because of severe pain and I sat in the ER for 3 hours and I still wasn’t helped. I asked twice and the two very childish individuals at the front desk, looked and laughed as I moaned in pain. I was not helped at all and left in the lobby, even after one of the receptionist told me they had beds in the back AND even after individuals came in after me and was seen before me. She even told me that hit was set based on priority and I wasn’t much of one. I had to get picked up by a family member and taken to Vanderbilt. They treated me quickly and found out that I had two fist sized gallstones, one of which, was embedded and causing internal issues. They took me to the back and prepared me for surgery. St. Thomas Midtown left me to die in the lobby and they laughed. I will never step foot in the hospital again, let alone, have my child in there. (3 weeks ago)

Good service. It was my Birthday when I had surgery this time. 💝 three of the recovery room ladies sang Happy Birthday to me, when I woke up. I also saw one of my favorite surgeons, that I worked with at Centennial Hospital, he just happened to be there and gave me a big hug. I felt like a famous star or something.. 😎. The service was great, the pain was kept at an acceptable level and the Cyst on my spine was removed from my sacrum (spine) without too much difficulty. And I’ve had no pain in that area at all. I will live to go back to work. Just need my recovery time. (2 months ago)

Best maternal infant Services! I had the most beautiful experience with my son, from the birth and breastfeeding classes to the delivery day. The moment I checked in I felt like the entire hospital was making sure I have the best experience. I have heard bad comments about ER and other services. However I can assure maternal and infant services are the best. Also, breastfeeding outreach clinic saved my life! (3 months ago)

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