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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


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


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average




St Vincent Medical Center/North is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Pulaski County, AR.

St Vincent Medical Center/North does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

St Vincent Medical Center/North 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

Location and Directions


I visted the ER this morning and was treated really good. We got my paperwork filled out quickly and they were calling people back rather quickly. All the nursing staff was really friendly. The doctor that seen me explained thing in great detail. Hopefully I hope to never return but if needed I will be returning to CHI North. (3 months ago)

I had an unfortunate emergency and ended up in the ER per my PCP. I was checked and and registered in a triage room within 20 minutes and was in radiology for scans in the next 10. I was treated with compassion and dignity. The hospital looked to be under construction or being remodeled. That wasnt an issue for me however, I wasn't there for the decor. (4 weeks ago)

Came in last night to get treatment for flu symptoms..As soon as I was called back, the lady was EXTREMELY RUDE to me. Earlier that night, I made sure to type up the symptoms on a memo in my phone, since I knew I was extremely weak then and would only get worse. Lady refused to let me even touch my phone and then FLIPPED the phone into my lap and replied that the equipment is sensitive to it. I explained I could go out into the waiting room and put it on airplane mode so no signal could interfere and it was quite obvious that I was so weak to barely speak, but was only ignored and interrupted with, "Tell me your symptoms-I don't want to see what Google says about the flu, and try to tell me your height without googling it first." At this point, I was extremely enraged and wanted to walk out with what little energy I had. Was later treated by a nice nurse who made up for this other woman's rude behavior. She is the only reason for the 2 stars. Later on, the same rude woman as before (never did give me her name) came back into my room and administered some drugs with the same rude behavior. I would have NEVER went to this hospital if I knew I would be greeted with this kind of poor attitude. If It was up to me, I would make sure that ugly behavior woman gets fired and is never part of any direct patient hospital staff again. (4 months ago)

worst hosptial discharge papers didnt even have the same thing the doctor said was wrong i honestly think they just didnt want to do their job what has our medical system come to not even with insurance do u get the proper care anymore. (a month ago)

I'm in the ER right now. I've been here since around 6:30. The doctor has been really rude. The ER waiting room had face masks on the floor. The af base told to come here and get a CT scan. The doctor didn't want to do it because of insurance. The base told me to not leave until a CT scan was done and that I have tricare so it is covered. The doctor kept saying, "well, when you get cortisone shots it takes a while and I need to see my pain Dr not ER." Then I was told we don't do CT scans unless the patient insists. He did order me a shot and the scan in the end but wasn't happy about it and let me know he wasn't. (3 months ago)

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