Providence is a 408-bed hospital in Washington, DC with an expert medical staff of more than 500 providers. Located near the Catholic University of America and Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate... more Conception, our hospital is situated on a 36-acre campus within a vibrant suburban residential community.
Access to the hospital is easy and safe, and parking is plentiful and free of charge. Providence is also easily accessible through the Community Physicians Network, comprised of 17 ambulatory care sites in Washington, D.C. and Maryland.
Providence Hospital is proud to be part of the Ascension Health System, the nation’s largest Catholic nonprofit health system. Ascension has more than 1,400 facilities across the country and leads the field in world-class medical staff, cutting-edge technology and quality patient care.
The triage nurses in the ER are so pleasant and made me feel very comfortable even while running a high fever. The triage nurse Madelyn Howard was so unbelievably sweet and she even got me to laugh during... more my vital check. Considering
I was by myself on this visit she made me forget how much pain I was in. I've never seen such kind staff. My x-ray nurse was very helpful and noticed I was shivering from fever chills and had my x-ray done really fast so I could put my jacket and blanket back on. I wish there was a way to speak to their superiors I would express to them how much they helped me today.
ER is a nightmare. On June 11th I requested Providence after having a sever car accident. Worse decision I have ever made in my life. I was taken immediately in at ER. I had broken my right leg in several... more places and my right foot and a cut on left eye lid and brow. Three of my family members came and they were rudely asked ro leave by the nurse. This happened after I asked for no one to please touch my foot. The nurse actually bumped my right foot with his elbow seconds after i made the statement. A "Wet Cast" was placed on my right leg while "glass" from accident remained on my leg. The Dr. Was very nice and kind. But the nurse was the worse. He showed stress and frustration of being overly tasked and was rude. I was given very limited pain meducations and sent home in tremendous pain. Went to Mobile Infirmary and was immediatly admitted and cast was removed. Surgery was performed the next morning. The painful and insinsitive treatment in the Providence ER needs investagated. I for one would like to see the results.
Stay away from oncologist Dr. George. He's a cowardly doctor. I never witness him touch my mother during a visit. He is very insensitive and don't provide needed information. If you cross his path. RUN!... more He's serving death. The insurance companies need to step in and his license should be taken. Hospital is less than mediocre. The people in the area don't have many options. It's sad.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 14.4% (1.6% below the national rate)
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