Inpatient Rehab

Temple University Hospital

3401 N. BROAD STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19140
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Temple University Hospital is a Inpatient Rehab provider in Philadelphia, PA. They have not claimed this facility yet, please use their phone number to contact them directly.

3401 N. BROAD STREET
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19140

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Services Provided

  • Dialysis Services
  • Psychiatric Services
  • CARF Services
  • Chemotherapy Services
  • Trauma Services
  • Dietary Services
  • Occupational Therapy Services
  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Respiratory Care Services
  • Speech Pathology Services

Medicare Quality Data

Rate of unplanned readmission after discharge from an IRF:

14%
National
Rate of pressure ulcers that are new or worsened:

1%
National

Patient Rating Data

3.00
 
2.50


Based on 29 Reviews

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Erica Hankerson

Submitted on Jan 14, 2018

Was rushed to the hospital after having 2 seizures to find out that I was 26 weeks pregnant and need a emergency c section. Everyone was VERY nice and made me feel life my baby and I was safe. Love the nurses in the nicu very attentive to me and my son!! Love love love them

Donte Beachem

Submitted on Feb 13, 2018

Wait time in the ER can be between 5 and 8 hours to get admitted, in order to be seen by a physician and diagnosed, especially in the winter. If your visit is determined not a medical priority, you may be waiting longer. It is not 1st come 1st served, instead it's bed availability and severity of your life vs the possibility of death. People come for simple things like pain, cough or even flu. The flu is considered a simple thing in this ER unless you have a pre-existing condition such as Coronary Obstruction Pulmonary Disorder (COPD) or something other related to infectious disease or asthma. You may get seen right away if you're bleeding from new open wounds. Good luck if you have no other choice but to visit this ER.

Louise Breland

Submitted on Feb 16, 2018

I've started coming to Temple University Hospital when I was a teenager. I am 65 and still alive! Temple has always given me good care and follow up.

John Spires

Submitted on Dec 12, 2017

This hospital is horrible. I had better service taking my dog to the vet. I would never recommend this hospital to anyone. If you care about your loved ones avoid this hospital

Sijo Varghese

Submitted on Dec 21, 2017

Our insurance covers there, hence went there for my wive's delivery. Doctors and the residents are very nice, but not the nurses in the labor sections. They were neither supportive nor caring. Might not recommend if you have a better insurance.