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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average



SwedishAmerican in Rockford, IL cares about your health. We are here to provide premium health care and we have the best Physicians in Rockford. Call now!

Swedish American Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Winnebago County, IL.

Swedish American Hospital does not have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Swedish American Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - other 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


Have had a family member in CCU and the staff are amazing. Love the large rooms. Care has been exceptional. All the hospital staff have been great from desk to cafe the Critical Care Unit. Lots of public spaces and private meeting spaces to help with extended stay. Appreciate being able to park so close to entrance. Overall as great an experience as I could expect under very difficult circumstances. (5 months ago)

The skill of the staff was amazing. The nurse got my I.v. started on the very first try. Everybody was friendly and answered all of my questions. The doctor truly seemed to care about me and by that I mean that he took the time to talk to me and didn't rush off. The service was great and they made sure that I was comfortable. (4 months ago)

Great staff and excellent care. My son fractured his wrist during a basketball tournament and I cant keep saying how great our stay here was. Staff went above and beyond for him and for that I'll be forever grateful. (2 months ago)

I recently had my son at Swedish American and all of the staff was amazing. I never had a bad nurse taking care of me or my son when he was in the NICU. Everyone was encouraging and so helpful to us as new parents (2 months ago)

Every time I've had the bad idea of going to Swedish American I've had bad experiences. I was in there for over 2 hours this time waiting to see a doctor for chest pains, light headed, and shortness of breath. I didn't get to see a doctor till I asked for my discharge papers. I couldn't handle the rudeness of the nurses. The blood pressure cuff was so tight it left bruises on my arm and the nurse got upset with dr when I took it off. When she yanked the IV out it hurt so bad I came to St. Anthony to see if she screwed something up. I ended coming back to Swedish American hospital again on 04/05/18 because I was involved in a very bad car accident. It's now 04/13/18 and I'm still here. Since I've been in here I had a nurse try to put a compression cuff on my leg that 7 breaks in it. I have high blood pressure and I'm on meds for it but for some reason my blood pressure was very low. The same nurse went ahead and forced me to take a blood pressure med by iv dropping my blood pressure down to 35 over 14 putting my in ICU. They almost killed me. Most narcotics don't affect any pain for me. They never have and I don't like taking them. The nurse was forcing me to take Morphine. I told her I didn't want it and it does do anything for me. She said that's what the Doctor ordered and that's what I'm getting. I asked if I could get tylenol instead and she said no because the doctor didn't order it. I asked if we could talk to the doctor about it and she flat out said now. I will take what he ordered and that's it. She shot the morphine into my iv. Since then things have continued. I haven't been able to get a decent sponge bath yet. My body odor is so bad I have to have a fan blowing it away from me. I'm completely unable to get out of bed. I have 3 breaks in my left shoulder and 7 breaks in my right leg so I'm not physically able to get out of bed. I have a deathly allergy to fish and seafood so today for lunch they sent me up a tuna casserole then jumped me for not eating it. I remember when I was younger Swedish American hospital was the best in the area. But now it no where I would want anyone to be at. O have met some pretty incredible nurses but the bad out ways the good by a long shot here. (3 months ago)

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