Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Church


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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Above the national average


Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



At St. Charles Hospital, achieving exceptional quality and patient safety involves a commitment from all levels within the organization. Learn more

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

St Charles Hospital does have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

St Charles Hospital 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

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Waited for hours in error bleeding checked me in they took my insurance card checked in told ins covered with hospital months later I get a bill for stitches for 1200.00 and told my insurance paid 111. 00 that I was out of network. When I checked in I was not out of network . Then I find out months later st Charles port emergency medical services pct is using there emergency room and told me they don't take manicure. You can't even reach these people by phone .this is just a scam to charge people a higher rate than ins pays don't use this place stay away go to stony brook (a month ago)

Absolutely terrible hospital, there was no one at the desk to ask after I’ve been waiting for an hour for any update on my mother. Called several different numbers for the hospital and got no answer at all until someone picks up and tells me they don’t know anything about it or who I should call instead. Absolutely ridiculous (a month ago)

The nurses, aides, social worker, PT and the entire staff on 3rd floor east provided great care for Mom and her fractured pelvis. Caring, responsive and professional, she was fortunate to have been in such good hands for her unexpected Christmas holiday stay. THANK YOU! (2 months ago)

Have you ever seen a nurse draw blood (with blood dripping all over) without gloves?? Just discusting.! When I asked her to put on gloves I was given a snippy answer that gloves were for her protection and not my daughter's.I wonder if she noticed my scrubs and that I assistant surgery often. I walked out of the room and this time she was going to start an IV. Only when she noticed I was still watching from a far did she put on gloves.. Also there is only 90 min emergency parking. I also got a ticket. It took 90 mins for a doctor to even see her. Where are people supposed to park if they are waiting to be treated?? Great job St Charles. Signed appalled and discusted (a month ago)

A nightmare began after arrived ER of St. Charles Hospital. My 6 weeks little boy got skin infection because of enzima on 12/12/2017. My boy's pediatrician Dr. E.W. recommended to go to St. Charles Hospital and she described this symptom is very serious, which could cause heart failure. We believed her and planed to go to St. Charles Hospital. Before we started on the trip, I asked E.W. why we can't go to Stony Brook hospital. She said that Stony Brook might ignore it. And my wife and I made a mistake to go to St. Charles Hospital and should re-think what Erika said before we go. A nightmare began after arrived ER of St. Charles Hospital. We wait hours in ER and found the doctor was chatting outside our room instead of coming and examining. After we told them we wanted to leave, several doctors suddenly came in one after another.... The last one is Pediatrician S.H.. She examined my little boy and said it is a skin infection and would give us some antibiotic cream and she also wanted us to stay for observation. We had no such experience and scared by Dr. E.W.. And we agreed to stay, but right after my wife signed in hospital. The nurses came in and want to do IV inject to my little boy and start inject antibiotics into my little boy without any blood diagnosis done in advance!!!! What a surprise to me! Then I argued this with Dr. S.H. on this why she's doing that to my boy because I luckily have some knowledge on the procedure for using antibiotic IV. I discussed with my wife about the right procedure for antibiotic IV and then we wanted to leave instead gave my boy's health to irresponsible doctor. Then a nurse called J. came in and explained the procedure of using antibiotic IV. She confirmed my knowledge on it, which a blood culture should be done first and then decide whether the antibiotic IV should be use or not. No matter what, we left right away after J. finished the discharge paper work. Now I got a $150 ER copay and $468 inhospital fee for nothing right they done. What a scam!! and What irresponsible doctor they have! After we left there and we went to Stony Brook Hospital ER and wait there for the rest of night and got home. In there, the doctor can't confirm the symptom too, but they didn't do anything until the infection doctor confirms. We finally got the antibiotic cream for the skin infection. Actually we didn't use it on my little boy and the infection was cured by my boy's immune system. In short, do not go to St. Charles Hospital, the doctors there are irresponsible and they just want your money and don't care about your health. (a month ago)

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