Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

WUESTHOFF MEDICAL CENTER-MELBOURNE

250 NORTH WICKHAM ROAD, MELBOURNE, FL 32935
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Same as the national average

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below 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 WUESTHOFF MEDICAL CENTER-MELBOURNE

250 NORTH WICKHAM ROAD
MELBOURNE, FL 32935

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Wuesthoff Medical Center-Melbourne is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Brevard County, FL.

Wuesthoff Medical Center-Melbourne does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Wuesthoff Medical Center-Melbourne 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

Location and Directions

Reviews

AMAZING STAFF I had surgery there on June 20 and the staff in the surgery part of the hospital were fantastic. Although my surgery was delayed around 4 hours, the staff made sure they kept me in the loop and were very friendly. On top of that, they took great care of me and ensured what could be a miserable experience and made it a great experience. The doctor showed up right after my family went to get lunch in the cafeteria and one of the nurses was kind enough to run down to get them so they could say goodbye before I went back for surgery. Their professionalism and willingness to go above and beyond was fantastic. Very glad I had surgery there. (3 weeks ago)

The hospital and surgery part went great but the billing is terrible. The night before surgery I get a call from the hospital telling me I have to give them $5305.38 on my credit card. After the surgery I am told that I should of only been charged $3992.38. Now I have to fight them to get the difference back even though the hospital agrees to the $3992 amount. Nice people terrible policies. (2 months ago)

Billin me twice for $813 to be seen for 2 minutes. They didn't even do anything. Wanted to make sure my skin condition wasn't contagious and turns out it was just excema. Couldnt go to dermatologist because of a months wait. The lady never took my insurance information cuz she too busy multitasking. Even with insurance i still gotta pay like $350 for absolutely nothing. (in the last week)

I see someone wrote the "physicians" in the ER refuse to give pain medication. This ER is NOT a rehab center. If the contracted so-called physicians haven't figured things out yet, that is truly cruel. IF people have chronic pain, and "in the old days didn't have pain pills, chew an aspirin"- well guess what gullible frightened dr's: people then DIED of whatever is causing their chronic pain. At any age. The brain is stressed/affected MORE by chronic pain, than pain medication alleviation. But, anywho, I brought my husband who'd have a neuro amnesia episode 2nd time, took longer to come out of...........The contracted PA asked him questions rapid fire, did poor neuro exam. Then they went by the PHONE ADVICE of the neurologist who took care in same ER. This wasn't his CURRENT neurologist. Then he had to stay overnight for 2 nights, waiting on MRI. Our insurance rightfully declined payment for the unnecessary hosp stay.Contracted personnel are different than hospital employed. I know b/c I was RN in the OR, and worked with traveling workers. A good ER has now turned into: run! go elsewhere! (in the last week)

I was wheeled in after a successful surgery ๐Ÿ‘ right at shift change on the 3rd floor. The nurse was obviously not worried about me at all, as it took several hours and several calls to the desk to get ANYTHING. The desk wasn't any help either. Just a bad experience!! (2 months ago)

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