United Hospital

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333 NORTH SMITH AVENUE, SAINT PAUL, MN 55102 USA

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(651) 241-8000
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333 NORTH SMITH AVENUE, SAINT PAUL, MN 55102 USA

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United Hospital
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2.9 out of 5 stars

K C
K C

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

I went to the ER for fluids after two weeks of vomiting, and I'm glad I did. I have a rare disease that many doctors aren't familiar with (MCAS) and lots of folks with that disorder have absolute horror stories from going to the ER. The doctor wasn't 100% on board with my theory as to why I was vomiting, but she was very polite and did everything I asked to accommodate my weird allergies. My nurse was so kind, warm, and helpful, and all the staff there seemed to get along well and be in a good mood. I'm sure they have bad days like anyone, but all in all, it was a wonderful experience.

J Ames
J Ames

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Great staff by the nurses, I’ve been here 2 days so far. Food is decent only been on full liquids. But overall good experience

Robert A. James
Robert A. James

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My mom was hospitalized here for 7 weeks. The doctors and nurses did there best to meet my mom's complicated clinical needs. I have no complaints and commend the staff members.

Kimbler McLane
Kimbler McLane

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

This is the worst hospital to have a baby. My daughter is 39 weeks pregnant and her contractions are 5 minutes apart. They keep coming in the room saying they are going to keep her for another hour and then they will check her. They don't come back for 1 1/2 hours and check her only to take all the monitors off of her and tell us they are sending her home. She is dialated 3 1/2 cm. No one is telling us anything then they come back in and tell us the are concern about the fluid around the baby so the are ordering an ultrasound and start hooking her back up to monitors. We have been here for hours over 6 hours and a Dr just shows up to talk to us in a very dismissive manner. We are still so in the dark about what is going on. When we ask questions they are very vague with the answers. If they send her home we are not coming back here to this Hospital we will go to St. John's Hospital. Two of my children were born here and I NEVER had this kind of thing happen. Right now I have nothing good to say about United and I don't trust them with two lives that mean the world to me.

G Pullano
G Pullano

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Starting to believe this is the worlds worse hospital! This hospital puts business before care! They lack common sense and compassion. Last week they sent my 83 yr old mother home - where she lives alone, with 2 compression fractures in her spine with instructions for no bending, lifting or twisting. They recommended she go to transition care, but did NOT follow through by keeping her in the hospital, instead they sent her home with instructions not to do anything. I had to fly from my home in Florida to be with her, because she can not be left alone. She can not perform the basic daily functions on her own and they send her home alone. Even the home health care worker who visited said she should be in transitional care. She went back to the hospital Monday and the care gets even worse there. She spends the whole night in a room, where no one checks on her, no one gives her any food, water or pain medicine. How would you feel with two broken bones in your back and no pain medicine. The nurse comes on shift and pulls her out of bed (didn't read the care instructions), probably cracked a couple more bones. They aught to be ashamed of themselves. Incompetence everywhere. How hard is it to justify an 83 yr old with cracked spine be admitted into the hospital for a few days. Whats become of our health care system that business is put before patient care!

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