Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital is a 138-bed facility that provides medical services to Bolingbrook and Will County residents, using the latest advancements in technology. The medical center is located at:
- 500 Remington Blvd.
- Bolingbrook, IL 60440
- (630) 312-5000
The facility offers emergency care services, a highly specialized intensive care unit, cardiac care, Women’s Care Center, pain management and treatment solutions along with surgical services, interventional radiology and imaging using digital x-ray, MRI, PACS, and mammography diagnostic tools.
National Rankings for Adventist Bolingbrook
When rated against other hospitals and medical facilities throughout the United States, Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital maintains an overall “B” score, ranking it in the 51st percentile. These statistical numbers are based on patient satisfaction, staff responsiveness, communication between medical staff and patients along with adverse events that could be the result of medical malpractice.
According to AnalyticsMD, the greatest area of strength at Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital based on patient surveys are the quiet rooms at the facility and its surrounding area. Its greatest areas in need of improvement are the physicians’ communication with their patients along with the responsiveness of the staff.
This statistical measurement of frustrated patients who left the emergency room places the facility in the 67th percentile, meaning more patients were satisfied with the treatment and quality of services compared to those who were not satisfied. In addition, the national ranking of this hospital is affected by the potential complications and adverse events that might occur by medical malpractice, errors or mistakes by the medical staff, facility or other parties.
Illinois State Designations
Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital maintains two specific state designations that include:
Trauma Center II
The hospital participates in the Illinois trauma system providing emergency medical services to the community at Level II care. This means the facility provides some essential services immediately for 24 hours every day and other services that are readily available 24 hours a day within 60 minutes or less.Perinatal II
The medical center participates in the Illinois Regionalized Perinatal System offering Level II services to the community. This means the facility has the ability to provide medical care to pregnant women and their newborns known to have a selected elevated risk of complications. However, the facility does not have a neonatal intensive care nursery or the ability to provide special care offered at perinatal Level III centers.
Illinois hospitals are required to participate in programs that greatly reduce the potential risk of infections acquired during every hospital stay. By following proven guidelines, protocols and procedures, hospitals and medical centers can minimize or eliminate the potential of patients developing a post-procedure or post-surgery infection. Recent facility-acquired infections reported to have occurred at Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital include:
- CDI (Clostridium Difficile Infections) Onset Incident Rate – 10 infection incidents out of 18,086 patient days.
Patient Safety Concerns Noted by the Department of Health
The Illinois Department of Public Health collects discharge information reported by hospitals as a quality indicator to determine the number of adverse events and complications that occur at medical facilities statewide. The current patient safety concerns at Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital are based on accumulated data collected between 10/01/2013 and 09/30/2014 that include:
- Postoperative Respiratory Failure – 5 incidents out of 240 patients at the facility.
- Postoperative Hematomas or Hemorrhages – 5 incidents out of 791 patients.
- Medical Care-Associated Collapsed Lung – 2 incidents out of 3989 patients.
- Accidental Laceration and Puncture Wounds – 8 incidents out of 4068 patients.
- Abdominal Wall Surgeries Involving Wound Complications – 1 incident out of 123 patients.
- Blood Clotting Involving Deep Vein Thrombosis or Postoperative Lung Embolism – 7 incidents out of 824 patients.
If you, or a loved one, have suffered harm after being admitted to the Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital, your injuries might be the result of medical malpractice. The experienced personal injury attorneys at Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC can serve as your legal advocate and assist you in seeking justice and financial compensation for your damages. We accept Illinois medical malpractice cases along with personal injury claims and wrongful death lawsuits on contingency. This means we provide instant legal representation without you paying any upfront fees. We encourage you to discuss your case with us by calling our law offices today.