Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private


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Medicare Performace Measures


Above the national average


Above the national average


Below the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average



Welcome to The Miriam Hospital. Founded by the Providence Jewish community in 1926, The Miriam Hospital today offers a wide range of medical services, with notable ...

The Miriam Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Providence County, RI.

The Miriam Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

The Miriam Hospital 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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My aunt was treated here and recieved great care during her stay. They Dr's and nurses were all very good and truly caring. My friend Steve was treated for cancer here and came through with flying colors. His sister Debbie is an employee here and also took the time out of her busy day to check on my aunt. I am very impressed with Miriam and their staff. It is kept very clean and is a very secure, safe place. (in the last week)

Absolutely disgusted. Brought my friend here in extreme pain. They made us wait in some room with a recliner for about an hour before moving him to a bed out in the hall for over an hour and a half. We were told they were cleaning the room and he would be in it soon. They hadn’t touched the room as we watched cleaning ladies take care of the rooms around the one we were supposed to go to. This hospital is absolutely terrible. A woman who was crying for help for over 45 minutes just needed her bag replaced and a blanket-she said several times that she was FREEZING. My friend and I watched from the hallway as 6-8 doctors and nurses leisurely walked by. Everyone talking about “time to go home” as they are ignoring people potentially dying (this IS an ER). As I am typing this it is now hour 3 and we have yet to see a doctor. Nurses have even tried ignoring me. I WILL NOT have it. Not while I am able. I just feel bad for all the old and disabled people being ignored and neglected here. DO NOT COME HERE UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE IGNORED. People who need immediate medical attention should really find another hospital. (a month ago)

Doctors here are always late. I Live near Miriam, literally ten minutes away. Whenever I come here I am always asked to wait because the doctors are doing their rounds on another hospital. They are always On the way. If the schedule for the doctor is 9am, expect that the doctor will come one hour to four hours after. That is less than the amount of time they actually diagnose patients and stay in the room. The last doctor I asked for would not go upstairs in his room because he wanted to wait for the airconditioner to be cleaned first before going. So he just hanged around on the ground floor while his patients have been waiting for him for two hours! If you are not in the ER, you won't get urgency in this place. (2 weeks ago)

My 88 year old Dad was at emergency room last night due to a fall. The waiting room was packed but you would have never know that based on how quickly they cared for my dad. Every staff member that helped my dad was OUTSTANDING. They treated him kindly and respectfully. A special shutout to Dr. Goldberg. She was amazing!!! She took every precaution but luckily he had just a broken rib. I feel so blessed to have such an amazing hospital close by. Thank you all for your gentle and loving care. ❤️ (5 months ago)

Excellent treatment here, professional, courteous, kind, quick to respond from ED/ER to special teams, everyone is very nice. If I need hospital, this is on the top 5 list! Thank you all for your assistance!! (a month ago)

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