Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

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Inpatient Rehab  |  375 MAIN BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19107
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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

2.40
 
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Adelaide Linn


Submitted on Apr 10, 2018

If I could give this “hospital” no stars I would. DO YOUR HOMEWORK. Spine issues, 4 surgeries over the course of 9 months, cock roaches in food, filthy rooms, and to top it off a very polite letter from the hospital explaining that I received a staph infection from their OR. It was several VAC pumps 24/7 and antibiotics for months and months. Even at home with the kind help of Bayada nurses. Finally Einstein found the solution and healed it as Best they could. Am now disabled and in my 50’s. Dr. J. should perhaps do his homework. Beware. This is nothing to take lightly my entire life has changed.

Damani Turner


Submitted on Feb 27, 2018

Staff was very insensitive when I lost a loved one... Doctors were talking in medical terms instead of dumbing down things for people who were in shock and very emotional. Would give a negative star if I could.

Eileen Spampata


Submitted on Mar 1, 2018

After showing up there with a blood pressure of 186/110 the ER said I shouldn’t do anything because it’s ok to walk around like that. Is this what medical care has come to? When is it an emergency, when it’s over 300? My normal is actually very low. Around 105/60. No test at all but a CBC. Crazy!!! They are playing God with people asking for help. Malignant hypertension is called that for a reason The way they treat the patients a the ER is like a Cattlecall to get them all in so they can get billed even though there’s zero treatment or recommendations. Exact cookie cutter treatment for everyone I’m sure it’s so they get paid the most. It would only be helpful if everybody was suffering from the same thing.

Jones Effect


Submitted on Feb 27, 2018

If I could give this hospital no stars I would , The wait was over 4 hours just for the one Dr to tell me one thing , her boss told be another and then ultimately came to no conclusion for me so I waisted my time and I could have stayed home. But I will be looking into a medical malpractice lawyer.

Nicole Smith Daniels


Submitted on Nov 28, 2017

The billing department here is the WORST. I had a routine physical (100% covered by my insurance) back in May, but the billing department keeps trying to bill me for an "office visit" which is NOT completely covered by my insurance. I have called three times. Each time I am told they will need to spend 30-40 days reviewing. Each time I do not hear of a resolution. They just keep sending me bills and threatening to send me to collections for an "office visit" that never happened. I will definitely never go back to this doctor's office again.

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