Indiana University Health North Hospital

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11700 N MERIDIAN ST, CARMEL, IN 46032 USA

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(317) 688-2000
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11700 N MERIDIAN ST, CARMEL, IN 46032 USA

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IU Health North Hospital
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3.5 out of 5 stars

Marcus Moore
Marcus Moore

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Just had a spinal neurostimulator implant done earlier today. Everyone from people at registration, Mary at surgery check-in, the nurses, Dr Bryan, Dr Wilson, and Leslie the Abbott rep were extremely helpful and kind. I think this is the first time I've ever bothered to write a review, but I thought it necessary cause I was totally impressed with everyone being so nice.
Thanks bunches
Marcus

Kat Rhodes
Kat Rhodes

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Went to the ER for a scratch on my son's eye about a month ago. Were there for 3 hours, it was so cold we had our coats piled on top of our son and my husband and I had to hold eachother to keep everyone warm enough. The doctor finally came in after about an hour and a half and tried to look at his eye, but he was in too much pain to open it. We suggested numbing drops so the doctor said he'd go get some. Another 40 minutes passed by and a nurse finally came in, pulled all the coats off him and we had to ask again for the numbing drops, so she disappeared too leaving my son exposed, shivering, and writhing in pain. My husband was infuriated at this point and wanted to walk out, I really wish we had. Eventually they came back and tried to administer the drops with a lamp shining right in my son's face, like they had no idea light sensitivity was a symptom of a scratched cornea. We had to point this out to them so they dimmed the lights and magically my son was fully cooperative. After they got a look they told us to continue the care we had already been doing at home. That was it. Keep doing what you're doing, bye! Not even a new prescription. For all this we got a bill for almost $600, including some for a physician we never even saw... for what?! We had to tell the doctors what to do every step of the way then they just sent us home! DO NOT GO HERE UNLESS YOU ARE LITERALLY DYING. We've received 100% better care at an urgent care facility for the same injury and paid $44 for it.

Kimberley Wags
Kimberley Wags

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

If I could give this hospital 10 stars I would! I went to the ER and ended up being admitted for surgery. Everyone from (ER, front desk, doctors, nurses, radiology, and housekeeping) was extremely helpful, comforting, and personable. The doctors and nurses were very down to earth and explained things so that I could understand them. I will definitely go back if any other emergencies arise in the future.

Butterfly 99
Butterfly 99

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My father is fighting for his life after being cared for by IU Clarion North. It has been the worst older Geriatric patient care I have ever witnessed. We are not the only ones, you just don't hear about in the news and ongoing lawsuits is another way you don't hear either. Never ever discharge someone who is really sick and not eating without test after test after test are done to find out why and what is making them ill. St. VINCENT HOSPITAL 86TH HAS GONE WAY WAY ABOVE TO CARE AND find out what is wrong. Shame on you I U. HE HAD UNDIAGNOSED advanced CANCER!!!! You missed that big time! He now is deceased, My Father suffered.

tammy kline
tammy kline

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 days ago

after waiting an hour in emergency, my husband was put into a room to lay on a hard bed for several hours, after several blown arteries, no offer of food or water, and very little interaction with a doctor, he left, they did say that he might have had a stroke, so is this how you treat someone who might have had a stroke? unbelievable....

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