Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

ST FRANCIS MEDICAL CENTER

601 HAMILTON AVE, TRENTON, NJ 08629
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Below the national average

Readmission

Above the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average

Timliness

Same as the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Not Available (Results are not available for this reporting period)

About ST FRANCIS MEDICAL CENTER

601 HAMILTON AVE
TRENTON, NJ 08629

St. Francis Medical Center believes in providing high quality and compassionate cardiac care to the residents of Mercer County, Trenton, Bordentown, Bucks County and ...

St Francis Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Mercer County, NJ.

St Francis Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

St Francis Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

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Reviews

I had surgery on my hip Dr. Bailey did my surgery and he was amazing and all the nurses except one was amazing and the physical therapy people that worked with me where amazing too would recommend them to anyone (3 weeks ago)

Nursing care leaves a lot to be desired. There's always one shift that doesn't seem to have any sense of urgency to answer your needs. Pt staffing is really good (4 weeks ago)

My sister had a baby here yesterday. The entire experience was so positive. The entire labor staff was knowledgeable, understanding, patient, and informative. This is her first birthing experience so all in all I️t has been amazing. (I️ have a herd of children so believe I️ know.) here is the best part as far as hospitality is concerned. Today a lady named Linda came in and cleaned room. Such a professional person. Could speak the world of her. Seriously I️ hope management from St Francis sees this and knows she is doing a great job. (5 months ago)

I had just turned 18 a few months before and had gotten a really bad inflamed and twisted colon one day and eventually went to the doctor. They studied me and found out I was born with an abnormally large colon and it was pushing up into my rib cage almost near my heart about to rupture. The doctors found this just in time and we had an emergency surgery. The staff was so nice to me and reassured me in my fear of surgery since I had never had one before. I hadn’t even needed to go to a hospital since I was a baby. I was really scared. The only thing I didn’t like about the place was this one woman who had drawn my blood before I was given pain meds. She didn’t seem to understand that my body was in intense pain and my veins were pressured and burst because of the tension from the pain, yet she kept on sticking me and leaving blood everywhere along my arms and the floor and the hospital bed. She cleaned my arms when she finally found a place but left the rest of the blood to just sit there. My bfs grandmas eventually had to clean it up herself because it was so much. A very disappointing moment to see. They eventually gave me morphine because I couldn’t move at all without screaming out and that was a blessing. I had a nice bonding moment with the woman who scanned me and we laughed together as we looked at my innards. The staff other than that one lady were very nice and I would go there again for surgery. My surgeon was very passionate and she checked on me every morning to check my staples and this one lady noticed I would only eat ice cream and orange juice (the other fluids almost made me throw up) and she snuck in more ice cream for me and I was so grateful. The experience after surgery was good and this one woman checked in on me a lot and helped me bath when I couldn’t do it and she gave me advice about things post surgery as well. She had to leave though and I had to bath myself with an iv in my hand and it was uncomfortable. But no pain no gain. All went well with my surgery and I didn’t even get an infection or any side effects at all! I healed very quickly after my colon removal and all I have to deal with now is a huge scar from my lady parts to my chest! It’s okay though. These people took care of me when I almost died. ❤️ (3 months ago)

Outstanding professionals provided efficient care through the Emergency Room and admission to the floor. Thank you to the ER Physician, ER Nurse Caroline, 5th Floor Nurse, Drs. Rittelmeyer and Dr. Napoli for such tender care and quick results! (3 weeks ago)

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