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601 W SECOND ST, BLOOMINGTON, IN 47403 USA

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601 W SECOND ST, BLOOMINGTON, IN 47403 USA

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(812) 353-9555

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IU Health Bloomington Hospital
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2.5 out of 5 stars

Karen Lindsey
Karen Lindsey

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I have had 2 stays here in the last 2 weeks for somewhat different events. I was quickly given a room. The nursing staff was very attentive. My doctor is wonderful. The reason I give four stars is because I found that in my room, the nursing staff was constantly battling their equipment. IV machines malfunctioned, the thermometer on the wall in my room worked on occasion and they would have to run to get a backup, the blood pressure machine also had to be swapped out for a new one, and once my nurse had to take it manually because the machine wasn't working. It seemed like the nurses were in a constant battle with the machines on the floor and they could use some updating. This in turn would allow them to focus on their patients and cut down on the steps they take to do so. I have not been billed yet, but as far as cleanliness, and quality of care, I do put my trust in this staff at this hospital. Updates to the standard machines would improve the quality of care.

Kellie Osmon
Kellie Osmon

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I took my son to the ER with abdominal pain. The ER docs recommended a CT scan where the radiologist and Dr discovered a mass. They were able to quickly and accurately tell me that it was most likely lymphoma, a very rapidly growing cancer. It was this quick and accurate diagnosis that got us to Riley hospital that very night. We are currently beginning treatment but I wanted to acknowledge the amazing Team who saved us critical hours and days.

Cmdr Fuzzy Nubbins
Cmdr Fuzzy Nubbins

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

Here's a perfect example of my average experience with IU Health. A convo I just had with medical records:
Me: I called last Friday and asked that you send a copy of my MRI to my doctor in Indy and they haven't received it yet. When did you send it?
Her: We sent it last Tuesday.

How on earth could they send it before I even asked them to or before they even had the address to send it to?

I've had them lie to me about scans in the ER, telling me I had an anxiety attack, when in fact I had pneumonia. The ER director a few years back told me before even introducing himself that they weren't "A drug dispensary" when that was the first time I'd ever asked for any. A month later I had to have a hysterectomy. When I called to make a complaint, nothing was done, to my knowledge.

They've repeatedly deleted my reviews. IU has ruined the Healthcare system in this town.

Maureen Kipp
Maureen Kipp

2 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

9/22 in ER, 8:30 am. Young man at window taking info slow and not attending efficiently or compassionately.
Another woman next to him said her computer didn't do the intake info so just stood there.
A woman in severe pain came in and I offered she be seen before me. She got no attention till Susie came & triaged. She was very efficient throughout.
Elizabeth PA seeminly overworked. Xray Tech, young girl very rude, insensitive and told me it didn't look like I needed help getting pants pulled up when I asked her for help.
After half hr I called the hospital case management myself when I'd inquired about a Walker but she was only one in hospital. She did answer my question, I got the Walker.
Was told I had a sprain. Instead was broken & walked with Walker for 9 days till begging IU Health for me appt was sent to IU Ortho @ Clarizz. PA said...broken, gave me a boot.
I made appt with Bloomington Bone & Joint and got dmgood care.
IU Health obviously cost contious, understaffed, dirty ER room, shoddy care. Egad though...they have near monopoly on regional health care.
Sad state of affairs.
Will the new hospital be better? It better.

Joseph Blahut
Joseph Blahut

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

my 90 year old relative was admitted with broken pelvis July 6 and left July 10. She was in room 4108. She wanted her purse locked away but no one ever did so. While she was getting x rays, someone stole the money out of her purse. They took all her grocery and living expense money. It is a shame that a thief works under the guise of helping people.