Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center

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333 N MADISON, JOLIET, IL 60435 USA

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(815) 725-7133
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333 N MADISON, JOLIET, IL 60435 USA

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Consumer feedback about Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center

Taylor Tomczak
Taylor Tomczak

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

The security guard in the er is a absolute joke and is so rude. I couldn’t hear him asking me a question because he was mumbling and because I answered what ever I thought he said wrong, he yelled at me. ILL NEVER COME BACK TO THIS HOSPITAL.
I honestly hope that he has his position taken away. I came in because I thought I was having a miscarriage. So on top of that stress, I have some ignorant idiot not doing his job correctly. Poor excuse of a man. I’ll never recommend this hospital to anyone.

Rachel Szykowny
Rachel Szykowny

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 days ago

I had such a positive experience in labor and delivery all the nurses and techs were so compassionate and worked so hard.
One nurse even stayed past her shift to be there to support me in delivering my baby girl.

Robert Fencl
Robert Fencl

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I have always been pleased with the thoughtful staff and quality of care that I've received at St. Joseph. Some times you have a wait in the ER for non life threatening emergencies. That seems to be par for the course at most ERs, though.

Christine Ulanowski
Christine Ulanowski

3 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

The problem is they are way, way understaffed. They tell me they are not making enough money so the company has cut staff. I see that it is a Catch 22...cutting staff makes for poor patient care and staff that does not care because they are over worked and under paid. But more staff means the company may not be able to keep the doors open. However, how do other hospitals that give excellent care do it? Maybe other hospitals have more patients with good insurance and/or pay. Maybe St. Joseph has too many who don't pay. Just saying.

Doris Rogers
Doris Rogers

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 days ago

They helped my uncle get back on his feet after a bad fall. The surgeon was great in fixing the broken bone and then the social worker was so nice and she got him transferred to Villa Franciscan next door for rehab!

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