Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Church


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Medicare Performace Measures


Below the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



St Joseph Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Mclean County, IL.

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

St Joseph 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

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Professional registration, check in, nurses, doctors and facilities. Parking validation and valet parking. Surgical staff is the best. Outstanding day surgery staff and experience. So well cared for during my visit. Vending machines. Cafe on 1st Floor. Yummy soup. Big help after surgery. (a month ago)


I love "My 600 lb Life"! Thank you Mr.Now for helping all the obese people! 😄 (a week ago)

Worst hospital ever. They said I had an appendix when actually it had been removed 10+ years ago. They started my iv up by my elbow so I couldn’t move my arms the whole time or it would stop the drip. They asked me what my pain was I told the it’s 8 or 9, I told them I had not eaten or used the restroom and couldn’t sleep pain was so bad, yet they never the whole 11 hours I was there gave me anything for pain. They never came to check on me and I had no call button I had to use the restroom for about 4 hours. Out of the 11 hours there I was checked on 3 or 4 times and that was then asking me if I was sure my appendix was removed. I even showed them the scar from where it was removed. The never gave me a diagnosis of what was wrong. When they discharged me they came in took my iv out set my papers on the bed and said we wish you the best. No one offered to help me out thy just walked off, I had to grab my shoes and walk out in as much pain as I came in. They did prescribe me pain medicine but the whole time I was there I never got anything. It’s now 3 days since I’ve been released and I’m still in just as much pain and have to go back to a different hospital where somebody can treat me right. Worse hospital ever, doctors are idiots and don’t even know the human body. I do not recommend this hospital. Also while I was in my room in pain I could hear all the nurses and doctors stories and them talking about what they did last night and all personal stuff nothing Relevant to one patient in there. (in the last week)

Very dirty facility......the restrooms wreaked of urine and linens were awful. I was alone and a little afraid going in as they checked peoples bags and used a metal detector wand on each person as they walked in. Nurse Shanequa was rude and never around when I needed something. There was no nurse call button that worked either. After waiting hours for pain and nausea meds, I asked to speak to a charge nurse or my dr. Nurse Shanequa told me that it wouldn't do any good to get them. She then said she couldn't find anyone. Finally she said that she told the dr but blamed it on him saying that he would not see me. After six more hours of waiting and asking for meds and help, I asked to leave to go somewhere else for proper care. Furthermore, I could hear Dr. Jain talking very rudely and sarcastically about me and the patient next to me. They made me feel as if I was a drug seeker instead of someone with an autoimmune disease and chronic pain. (in the last week)

I received a call from Jason in July '16 letting me know our mutual friend has been admitted into St. Joseph. Considering the circumstances, the emergency staff were very informative with fantastic bedside manners. (a month ago)

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