Jeanes Hospital

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7600 CENTRAL AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111 USA

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(215) 728-2000
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7600 CENTRAL AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111 USA

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3 out of 5 stars

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1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

When there they ask for your ss number and then was asked for my mother maiden name??? Is just your insurance card and drivers license the most any one is asked what is up with this , i think someone should investigate this it is not protocol. Only someone who is going use your ID only ask this kind of questions or sell your ID will ask this kind of questions what is up??? I called my insurance company and told them as to what happened ,they said no one is to ask that question and you should get in touch with the hospital about this, i said i did call the hospital and waiting to here from them. I did get a call from the hospital and they will look into this they were very helpful .thank you .

Ricardo Faustino
Ricardo Faustino

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Never give your insurance card before you have an estimate bill. That's what I learn by trust them with my insurance information. I am overcharged. I'm not happy. I tried to negotiate with them and they offer me 10% off the overcharged bill.👎👎👎

Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez

2 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I visited Jeans Hospital around mid-night a month ago due to a motor vehicle accident and because there were no beds available, I waited almost three hours to be placed in a room. Once placed in the room there were eight other patients in front of me so I decided to leave. I came back early the next day and I was admitted into a regular check-up room where the rudest doctor attended me. The doctor was very biased and ignorant. A nurse came in with a bunch of pills for me to take when not even five minutes before hand the doctor had stated that I was not suppose to take any medication. The communication in the work place is VERY POOR. The wait time in the emergency room is absurd and the ignorance, biased, discriminatory doctors and nurses is ridiculous.

Carmen Cruz
Carmen Cruz

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I like James because it's very friendly people are very nice they know how to treat their patients and it's a very clean environment Hospital

Digiusep1
Digiusep1

2 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

I believe it's a decent hospital with good providers. However they need to do a better a job triaging in the ER. There were a few who came in after me and went in ahead of me. Sorry, but when I see people laughing and talking on cell phones as they're walked back to see a doctor; I don't know what they told the triage nurse, but they're apparently not in any distress. While I was barely able to sit up and my blood pressure was getting dangerously high. I waited over 5 hrs to be seen last Thursday. and was in extreme discomfort. Had emergency surgery there 12 yrs for what turned out to be a small bowel obstruction and was feeling similar symptoms and made that clear to staff. As I said, others who were laughing and chatting on their cell phones and clearly were not in any distress where taken back first. When I finally got back there, I was given three x-rays and was told they could see anything wrong. I am an RN and when this happened 12 yrs ago, I was more thoroughly evaluated and finally after viewing a cat scan/fluoroscope with contrast, they were able to see that there was some kind of blockage. A very wise doctor who is no longer there, said he didn't like what he saw and that I had to be put on the operating table. Turned out I had an adhesion that had tightened to the point it strangled 6 inches of tissue that had to be removed and then the two ends were reattached. The tissue was turning gangrenous and the doctor told me had they not operated when they did, sepsis could have set in and I may not have made it. As I told the physician, once you have stomach surgery, your chances for another adhesion are increased. I even brought a copy of my surgery report which no one seemed interested in looking at. I was sent home with the same symptoms and with no treatment. Why the hell would I have gone to the ER if I wasn't feeling so bad. Symptoms are caused by something and I went to the hospital because I knew they would have the equipment to find it. I guess I'll ave to go to another hospital and hope my insurance will cover it.

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