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Loyola University Medical Center

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Causes: General Hospitals, Health

Mission: We, loyola university health system and trinity health, serve together in the spirit of the gospel as a compassionate and transforming healing presence within our communities. Lumc is a member of loyola university health system and trinity health.

Programs: Based in the western suburbs of chicago, loyola university medical center (lumc) is a quaternary care system with a 61-acre main medical center campus as well as health centers in more than 30 locations. The medical center campus is located in maywood, 13 miles west of the chicago loop and 8 miles east of oakbrook, illinois. The heart of the medical center campus, lumc's hospital, is a 547 licensed bed facility. The maywood campus includes the following: a level i trauma center, the cardinal bernardin cancer center, the ronald mcdonald children's hospital of lumc, a burn center, a stroke center, loyola center for heart & vascular medicine, a renowned transplant center and a special 20 bed unit for patients undergoing stem cell transplants, a level iii perinatal center and the loyola outpatient center. Lumc provides top hospital care in all medical specialties, including orthopaedics, nephrology, cardiology, cancer, ophthalmology and surgery. In fy17, the hospital provided over 128,000 patient days of health care services and over 1,020,000 outpatient visits to the community. Please visit schedule h and our website for additional information about our services, recognitions and awards:www. Loyolamedicine. Org

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I've been a patient of Loyola for well over 15 years and today the service I received (or lack thereof) was disgusting! I was never actually seen by a doctor and waited well over two hours! Instead patients who came in after me were seen ahead of me! While the registration claimed they were more critical then me! However after they were seen by the triage nurse they were sent back into the waiting room for a number of minutes. It seemed to me that they Case only became critical when I questioned it. Both the triage nurse and the registration stuff were down right rude! Totally disgusted with how I was treated and how staff handled the situation when I brought it to their attention! Seriously considering no longer being a patient