Located in Berwyn, Illinois, McNeal Hospital offers a variety of addiction treatment options including Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction and accepts the following accepted insurances: Medicaid, Medicare, Most Insurances. Drug and alcohol addiction is a very serious matter and the concept of addiction should never be taken lightly. At McNeal Hospital, their main goal is to treat those that struggle with chronic substance abuse through innovative treatment methods and high-quality care.
Promising a unique approach to addiction treatment through drug and alcohol abuse programs in Berwyn, Illinois, McNeal Hospital places a strong emphasis on certain suggested treatment approaches that cater specifically to the unique needs of their patients.
Such treatment approaches that McNeal Hospital offers may include: Personalized Treatment Plan. Addiction treatment services are available to 18+ and certain insurances are accepted, which include: Medicaid, Medicare, Most Insurances. Get started on embarking upon your journey of recovery by contacting McNeal Hospital from their website at www.macneal.com.
I want to thank all the nurses that took care of my bf on the 3rd floor. Especially Anna, she really showed heart! She's very patient and kind. Thank you.
Had surgery at MacNeal Hospital yesterday, very impressed with the care I received. Everyone was very caring and friendly.....doctor did a grad job with my surgery.
I have used MacNeal Hospital's services numerous times since 2004 and have always had very positive experiences with the physicians, medical staff, administrative staff, chaplains, and everyone else associated with the hospital. I have had any number of surgical procedures throughout the years and, most importantly, they saved my life when I suffered a massive heart attack in 2015. My doctors are the best and I would recommend this hospital to anyone. The facilities are clean and everyone is courteous, caring, and helpful.
Went here to pay bills, it was REALLY clean here. It was also decorated which made me happy. My family were confused as to where to go so a VERY nice lady (cleaning lady) helped us find the correct department. This isn't my first time here but every time I come I feel happy with the service. Highly recommended. Also give cleaning people raises if possible 😊. Very good place anyway 💖.
This hospital is excellent. In 2015 I suffered a stroke and was taken to MacNeal. The care that I received was excellent. I ended up being admitted and was there for 1 month. The doctors, nurses and staff were all very caring answering questions fully and explaining exactly what had happened and what the various treatments were. Since my stay at MacNeal they have built a new wing that has a state of the art therapy facility. It is fully staffed with therapists You can now receive inpatient therapy. They have also instituted a stroke survivor support group which is open to the public. You would be hard pressed to find a better hospital.
Started coming to this hospital since 2004 and I honestly can say I have had the best treatment ever.. Although I can have a hard time at times they always seem to find the way to accommodate with my schedule...2 weeks ago I came to the women's breast center and DEFINITELY had a great medical asst/nurse not sure of her title but she was the best. Thank u Diane for your help. Now today I'm back and so far so great. Staff is amazing here n will keep continuing to come as there patient even if I drive miles from home.
The staff was quick and efficient, friendly and caring, and were great about the treatment of their patients. I visited the emergency room due to an asthma attack after feeling sick for the past 2 days. I live in Oak Park but decided to travel the extra 2 miles to go to Berwyn because Oak Park's emergency was packed and I read bad reviews about long wait times there. Going to Berwyn was the best decision I made. Their energy room was rather busy also but they immediately took my vitals and saw how short of breath I was and how much stress was on my heart from working overtime to keep oxogen flowing. I waited in the main after for about 10 minutes before they moved me to an area where I was given a treatment for my breathing. After about 20 minutes they moved me to a private emergency room and continued treatment for my breathing and monitored my heart. They gave me an IV and diagnosed me with pneumonia. After being in that room for about 2 hours they moved me to a hospital room and treated me for the next few days. The doctors, ER staff, nurses, assistants, specialist, and even food servers and cleaning staff were all very friendly and respectful. Unlike so many other hospital employees, they actually seem to enjoy their job of helping people. I HIGHLY recommend this facility!!!!
It's alright, but if you're in inpatient treatment, they'll try to scan ways into making you pay for stuff you didn't ask for in the first place... I'm 19 years old... Tf I need an ECG for??? Newcomers beware! Other than that it's ok.
I took my little sister last night 10/10/17 at 8 pm to get her sprained ankle checked out just to get a school note I would like to say that the RN Vivian goes above and beyond to make everyone at the E.R. Feel special and taken care for. There where kids running, she calmed them down and gave em coloring books and crayons. There wherent enough chairs? She got some more chairs. Alot of people waiting? She offered us coffe, even decaf :)) I had been there a few times before and no nurse had done that. We'll done Vivian, this hospital gets a thumbs up for hireing great workers. I had also slit my arm a couple years ago and the doctor and nurse did a great job. Sad to say I don't remember their names.
I always have the best experiences whenever I come here. I always tell people I could live in there. The staff works great together and I always feel safe and well taken care of. Keep up the great work everyone!!!
i have worked as a nurse for over 20 years and by far, this hospital is one of the best, if not the best, i have ever seen. The public needs to look past the smoke screen of the "newer hospitals" out there with the private big rooms and granite counter tops....what really counts is the quality of patient care, and nurse to patient ratio, the patient care tech to patient ratio, and layout of the floors, as well as the doctors and overall environment of how the hospital is run.. The culture at Macneal is friendly, diverse and happy. The staff is extremely devoted to quality patient care. The hospital has the best healing environment, is clean and well run. I do not have the opportunity to work there very much anymore, but this hospital rocks!
Friendly doctors and staff, some improvements in the waiting area with free coffee. The hospital over all looks old and not well maintained, it looks like it could use a good cleaning.
First time I visit this hospital. My nephew had a small surgery and the nurses were so polite and helpful to all of us who visited and to my nephew.
I really like their service at the emergency entrance it was fast and the personal very frenly and professional.
Just had hysterectomy procedure done. The doctors were great. All my pre-op tests went without problem. I had good nursing care ,with a few exceptions. The nurse I had on morning she let me leave without a brace for support.
My nephew got on a scuffle so I brought him uo in here. Nice doctors and nurses.Next time I am leaving his ass here of he keeps it up.Nice clean hospital though. Great people
I would like to thank from the bottom of my heart for all the doctors and nurses for saving my dad's life. He wouldn't be here if it wasn't for the excellent attention each nurse and doctor gave him. May god bless this hospital and it's staff!
Fantastic staff. Amazing doctors. Beautiful guest bathroom by the gift shop on the ground floor. They are constantly updating their procedures and they are always cutting edge. This is trully a remarkable hospital.
They saved my father's life. Many of these reviews are by people who admit on the review that they were not even patients! I had a really good doctor who was affiliated with this hospital and I am glad there is a smaller community hospital in the area that is still going.