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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Below the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Below the national average


Below the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Since 1909, Southampton Hospital has provided the highest level of care to our patients and their families. We offer inpatient and outpatient services at our hospital ...

Southampton Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Suffolk County, NY.

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

Southampton 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

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This is clearly a third class operation. I have worked at many hospitals around the world including both university and small hospitals. This is clearly among the worst I have ever seen. The staff is not helpful unprofessional and surly. The facilities are not clean not up to date and difficult to access. It’s a good (2 weeks ago)

This hospital is the worse one around... doctors don't care about whether you're in pain and don't answer to no! Truly shocking that a patient is treated like that. I do give one star for the nurses and my x ray tech who were all very nice (8 months ago)

Great service and help, but slow ER waiting room. (2 months ago)

This past weekend I was in the Hamptons and had an accident at 1:30am. I burned my feet badly at the beach. We drove a 1 hour to get to the Southampton Hospital ER. When I got there, they took my information right the way and asked me to wait. I have a second-degree burn on my foot and NO one asked me if I was in pain, if I want any medication or anything. Well, 1 hour and 30 minutes past and I decided to ask the front desk what was going on and if they actually have people working. He said they were doing their best and they had just four ambulances getting into the ambulatory. I walked to the ambulatory, which is next door, and they did not seemed to have anything going on there as you can see from my pictures. In addition, two RN were just smoking outside by that time. Disrespectful! Went back inside with my foot in flame and told the front desk there was not emergency in the ambulatory and this was unacceptable. He said the ambulances had just left! I wanted to laugh but the pain I was feeling did not allow me. I was literally sitting in front the door the whole time and I believe my wife or me would have noticed four ambulances coming in and out. They JUST did not care about me or the other woman sitting there with a baby. Another 30 minutes past and I left without any care. The next day I went to this great and caring clinic in Easthampton and finally got some treatment to my feet. They should change the hospital administration or close the door as soon as possible. If you require care, please do not go to the hospital. This place should even be open! I am sharing some picture to proof my words. STAY AWAY FROM THIS PLACE! (9 months ago)

Had procedure scheduled for Ambulatory Endo. Called prior to procedure date to confirm demographics, insurance, etc. On day of procedure, Patient Registration reviewed information. Registrar very professional & friendly. Taken to room, all personnel on floor very friendly. R.N.'s efficient, professorial and friendly. Made sure I was comfortable and asked if I had any questions. Was taken into Endo suite, R.N. assisting introduced herself, asked if I had any questions (none); Dr. Levitsky (anesthesia) explained his role and the medication he would administer (I.V. push). Dr. Georgopoulos came in & checked that I was the right patient, for the right procedure (which I was). Then I was put to sleep. Woke up, wheeled across the hall to my room, given coffee (yeah!) Dr. G came in to discuss what he found and answered any questions I had. This hospital is still the caring "neighborhood" hospital it was years ago, but has kept up with the times and technology of medicine. I would not hesitate to use Southampton again. (8 months ago)

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