Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

ST VINCENT FISHERS HOSPITAL INC

13861 OLIO ROAD, FISHERS, IN 46037
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

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

Safety

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

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above 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 ST VINCENT FISHERS HOSPITAL INC

13861 OLIO ROAD
FISHERS, IN 46037

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St Vincent Fishers Hospital Inc is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Hamilton County, IN.

St Vincent Fishers Hospital Inc does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

St Vincent Fishers Hospital Inc 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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Reviews

Went to the ER for stomach pains. Seen quickly and eventually was admitted and had surgery. From the ER staff to the nurses and doctors and surgeon they truly went above and beyond to make sure I was comfortable and completely informed. Even the housekeeping staff would stop by and check on me. The food was wonderful, fresh and delivered hot and in a timely manner. They addressed my needs as if I were family. Honest compassion and raising the standard of care. I'm in the military and work out of town more times than none and it makes me feel great knowing that my family is in great and professional hands should something arise when I'm out of town. I will not hesitate to visit St. Vincent again for any healthcare need. (3 months ago)

It is now 5 months post-delivery of my daughter, and I am clear headed enough to write a review worth reading. Most of the nursing staff on the L&D unit was less than helpful to my husband and I as we embarked on the journey of delivering our first child. I will say the triage nurse was excellent. She really advocated to get me admitted and was very supportive to me, a woman about to become a first time mother, who was full of anxiety. The next set of nurses, though pleasant, appeared to have the knowledge of a high school aged kid working for the first time. They didn't have any confident answers to our questions, and even told us information that we found to be incorrect after researching online, or the doctor coming in to tell us something different. Once the baby was born, it got worse. We were not told about being able to order food until our discharge day, so my husband was going out for three meals per day buying us food at local fast food joints, or rummaging through the nourishment room for snacks. The first night, the nurse asked repeatedly to take the baby away so I could rest. Little did she understand, that I wanted my baby with me, and for her to stop coming in every hour asking ridiculous questions. I can’t tell you how many times she came in, waking us up, to ask if the baby had fed or peed in the last hour. The next day takes the cake when the nurse mentioned the need for a Rhogam injection due to my negative blood type for my future divorce along with my next pregnancy by another man. Not only is this question irrelevant as I am no longer pregnant, but extremely inappropriate to suggest I may get a divorce and become pregnant by another man as I hold my baby that is 12 hours old. I was floored, and in my sleepless stupor was unable to respond with what I should have said. This woman should be penalized for such a comment. Needless to say, we were ready to go. However, when the time for discharge came, the nurse handed me the paperwork and immediately asked if I had any questions… It was quite difficult to have any questions for information that was not given. Last but not least, the hospital got my daughter’s name wrong so when I received her birth certificate and social security card in the mail, I was faced with the task of getting it all fixed. Shouldn’t this information be reviewed with parents before submission to avoid such an error? I expect much more! (2 months ago)

I was an ER patient and had timely and friendly care. Megan Bishop, PA was excellent! (a week ago)

I have nothing but great things to say. I have always gotten in quickly to ER both with myself my husband and my aunt from out of town. They got me back within minutes. My aunt fell and had gash in lip and memory loss. They got her back immediately. They did a MRI quickly no waiting. They had a neurologist evaluate the MRI and ruled out a stroke. She had a small brain bleed as she was in blood thinners. They held her overnight. When she got back to town her dr called to get results which they sent to her within a few minutes and sent her whole records to them. Her doctor commended the hospital saying that they had the most efficient hospital she has worked with. My aunt thanked me and told me that her doctor said I am lucky to have such a great hospital down the road. My daughter fainted 3 times in a row while coming out of shower. The ER doctor had a heart monitor on her to rule out any cardiac problems. We had 2 nurses quickly moving to run tests and assess her. I highly commend the ER. I also recommend the lab. They are the quickest in Noblesville and Fishers area. (a month ago)

Had our first born here and we couldn't have asked for a better experience. Wonderful people all around. They treat you more than just a patient and are very genuine. (3 months ago)

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