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Froedtert Hospital

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Froedtert Hospital is a hospital near Milwaukee.
The address of Froedtert Hospital is 9200 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53226, USA.
The international phone number of this hospital is +1 414-805-3000

http://www.froedtert.com/


Latest review


Wanted to give the valet driver Johnny a thumbs up. I attended the emergency room department last night he parked my car quickly and after being discharged I spoke with him. He not only retrieved my vehicle quickly n the cold weather but he was very polite! He takes pride in providing great customer service and adds on to the patient care for froedtert. Some may not know but the first person you come in contact with sets the tone for how your stay will go. Thank you so much for your positive words and excellent customer service!!!

2017/11/13,
5.0/ 5stars

More reviews about Froedtert Hospital

I will never go back. Never heard of you take there payment plan or they will see you in court. I have doctor bills here that are happy to take 50.00 to 100.00 dollars a month. Not them..They should just be glad I'm willing to work with them and not file Bankruptcy,.

2017/11/16, Lisa Bayer

Came to Froedtert due to a severe car accident and was treated immediately by highly skilled/knowledgeable doctors and nurses. Received the best attention and care I have ever had at a hospital, all in a timely, convenient, and friendly manor. I have nothing bad to say, except the building is hard to navigate. I will only attend/request Froedtert for any medical need in the future.

2017/10/27, Dave M

Absolute state of the art doctors and medical facilities. The problem lies in their billing. We delivered a healthy boy, thanks to the faculty at Froedtert and Children's. The nightmare began when we began with the bills. We received bill after bill after bill, not one bill, but many. We entered into a payment arrangement with them to manage them all. After entering into this arrangement, we got more bills, as if they didn't know we'd had this arrangement. I figured they would figure it out and that it was a mistake on their end. No, they have different account numbers for each bill, so you need a payment arrangement for EACH bill! So, long story short, I didn't realize they didn't know until we got notice they were going to sue us in local courts for a $500 amount, which I paid over the phone, while thousands were being paid back in this payment arrangement. No warning that they were that stupid. If you're going to deal with them, realize they have world class medical care that is being run with the management skills of the toddler they helped keep alive. Thanks Froedtert! :(

2017/09/18, Brett Dumstrey

My dad has been undergoing Chemo at Froedtert for several months now. Overall I'd say it has been a relatively positive patient experience so far, but recently they've made some seriously stingy decisions that really make me question how much they care. When my dad started with Chemo, they used to make snacks available such as a cookie or a small sandwich. A few months ago, they stopped this as a cost cutting measure. The nurse explained that they would have mothers come in for Chemo who brought along their young children, sometimes two or even three children. These mothers had the audacity to ask for a snack for their children while they sat for hours undergoing chemo. Apparently this was costing far too much money for the hospital to spare, so they had to stop providing access to anything but water, even for the patients paying tens of thousands of dollars for Chemo in an effort to save/extend their life. In no way am I trying to equate snacks with quality of care, but the cost cutting begs a few worrisome questions. How hard is Froedtert struggling financially that they need to save what must cost them a few hundred dollars a week when their revenue is in the billions annually? How soulless do you have to be as an exec to deny incredibly small (but meaningful) gestures of empathy to patients/family members in order to save a few dollars? And if they're grasping at cost cutting measures such as eliminating cookies for chemo patients, what other corners are they taking? Even a car wash can afford to include a cookie. If you're going to charge an insurance company a $100 for administrating a tylenol, at least spend part of the profit pretending the company cares about patients treatment experience.

2017/10/02, Ryan Durkin

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