Condell Medical Center

Condell Medical Center
Condell Medical Center 801 S Milwaukee Avenue
Libertyville, IL 60048

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About Condell Medical Center

Condell Medical Center is a Hospital facility at 801 S Milwaukee Avenue in Libertyville, IL.
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Practice Condell Medical Center
Services Condell Medical Center is a Hospital, clinic, emergency, medicine, doctor, ER, ICU, hospital room, hospital ward, nurse, doctor, physician, treatment facility

Please call Condell Medical Center at (847) 362-2900 to schedule an appointment in Libertyville, IL or get more information.
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Recent Reviews
The hospital is beautiful, but I wouldn't want to bring my dad back. He is 81 years old and they never got him up to walk the entire week. That was the second time that happened. He came home weaker than when he went in. Good luck finding a nurse or doctor. He was in the West Tower and left pretty much alone. He was a "fall risk" and when one of us sat in the alarmed chair and it went off......NO ONE CAME IN TO CHECK!!!!!! I was very disappointed and upset with the entire experience.
by stars
I must say I was apprehensive about having my procedure done at this hospital because of a stay I had at Condell a long time ago. I now have to say I would choose Advocate Condell Hospital over any other in the area. The staff was over the top great and the care I received was the best I have ever had. The surgeons did an outstanding job, the always friendly Nursing staff took great care of me and even the food service staff was over the top making sure I had what I needed and always friend and with a smile. You always hear people complain about their hospital stays but this is going to be one I rave to people about. Thanks for taking such good care of me.
by Glenn
Overall, the entire visit to Condell Medical Center in Libertyville was a mistake.

First, the ER, the doctor never finished informing us of the suspected illness or plan. She kept getting calls and walking out of the room mid-sentence. After the 2nd call, she did not come back. I had to go find a nurse to find out what was going on.

While in the ER, The patient was not provided with any blankets, urinal, or even a call button. Again, we had to go hunt down someone An NG tube used, however, the nurse put the suction to continuous, later when the patient said, “I feel like I’m getting sucked dry”, did the staff notice the mistake and change the setting. We were then informed that the patient would be admitted in the middle of the night; however, we sat there for a good 4-5 hours prior to getting a room. Once we finally got to the floor, there were plenty of open rooms, so we are not sure why it took so long.

Once we were in the room and waiting to be seen by a doctor, the IV and the NG tube were never hooked up, and the nurse said she could not do anything until a doctor came. At that time, it was around 9 am and we were told the DR. didn't do rounds until 7 pm. That was an issue as the patient has no food, water, IV, or even a phone in the room. After expressing our concerned with this, we were seen by other doctor, and they said they would take out the NG tube and the diet could be clear liquids. About another 1-1.5 hrs passed until a Nurse showed to take out the NG tube and give the patient a menu. However, Since there was no phone, couldn’t order anything, the nurse said she would find a phone, but that didn’t happen.

By that time, we were done and decided to leave. It took another hour just to print the forms to leave. Honesty, there is more that happened, but why even bother…..

I will never take any of my loved ones back to his hospital; we will seek medical treatment elsewhere.
by Ashley F.