Maimonides Medical Center
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4802 TENTH AVENUE, BROOKLYN, NY 11219 USA

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(718) 283-6000

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Maimonides Medical Center
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2.9 out of 5 stars

Joan Mullally
Joan Mullally

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

There are fewer and fewer choices of hospital in Brooklyn due to closure or consolidation. Having tried all of them for various reasons, I can honestly say Maimonides is the best. They have a great attention to detail and a whole host of really good doctors associated with the hospital who are on call to come and consult about your condition. It is one of the best hospitals in the whole of the US as well for the treatment of heart conditions, which is what I have. Their cardiac ICU is amazing. The only downside is the emergency room is usually full to overflowing, and getting a bed / room if you have to be admitted can be a really long wait. But with such a large catchment area with so many elderly people to care for, this is understandable. I have never had cause to complain about any of their bills or report them to the insurance company for inappropriate charges. Everyone is very professional and takes pride in their work. Weekends can be a bit weird because it is an Orthodox hospital, so if you go in on a Friday, don't expect anything to get done until Monday afternoon at the earliest. But a hospital is a place to rest and be cared for, so while it is not as nice as being in your own home, be a patient patient and do what has to be done to get better. All of my family use this hospital as well, it is so much better than Lutheran or Methodist, so if you have a choice, look for Maimonides doctors and get any procedures done at the hospital.

David Giammarino
David Giammarino

1 out of 5 stars

posted 5 hours ago

If I could give zero stars I would cause 1/5 is being nice to a miserable staff of nurses that aren’t nice at all to their patients in need, specifically ER triage nurse Kerri Hogan who’s completely unprofessional and miserable and the last nurse I’d want attending to my medical needs. I think I’d rather be amputated with the dullest knives and no anesthesia then talk to this lady again.. The valet service on the other hand was outstanding, nice crew who offered me a seat and even a drink while I waited for my vehicle.

Jess_ALDC
Jess_ALDC

3 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Im a diabetic and I go to my endocrinologist here. No matter how early my mother and I get there for my appointment it takes like 45 minutes just to get my quick check-up (weight, height and blood pressure) then takes about another 30 minutes for my named to be called to see the doctor. Staff is nice I guess, I do like my doctor though. She is very nice and you can tell she enjoys her job.

Svetlana Ruzinova
Svetlana Ruzinova

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

The list is endless for the problems that come from Maimonides. From the moment you first call, the operator does not transfer your phone call to the right floor, you cannot get through to any social worker, and the voice mailbox is always full. The Patient Relations Department fails to do the single job it is tasked with doing: dealing with the problems of patients and their families. They take your phone number, promising you they will return your call, yet they never call back nor resolve the issue. The doctors act unprofessionally and unethically as they discharge a mentally unstable patient with acute illness without the slightest concern for how unsafe the patient could be at home. The patient pulled out her own IV, refused to take any medications, and exhibited signs of aggression, and yet the medical personnel did not follow the proper protocol in treating the patient. I would not ever wish on anybody the mayhem we experienced at this hospital. I wonder if the Joint Commission or the New York State Department of Health ever visited Maimonides.

Ping Chen
Ping Chen

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

When my father did an xray check at noon today, the medical staff pulled the father's nasal tube very violently, not only hurting my father's throat, but also letting my father reinstall the nasal tube. Endure tremendous pain. Not qualified to get a star at all. I hope my evaluation will make the hospital sympathetic to these patients better.