Mt. Sinai Hospital Medical Center Renal Unit

Detailed report on the dialysis center located in Chicago, Illinois (IL).

Mt. Sinai Hospital Medical Center Renal Unit is a small dialysis clinic with 11 stations based at 1500 South California Avenue in Chicago, IL. The non-profit facility is operated independently from any other parent chain. The center was certified by Medicare in 1966. The facility offers in-center hemodialysis services. The patient survival category for this clinic is average.

The number of patients that have a URR of 65% or more is on par with national levels. Patients with a HCT of 33% or higher is close to national levels.

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Operated By

Independently Operated

Ownership Type

Non-Profit

Address

1500 South California Avenue
Chicago, IL 60608

Phone Number

(773) 257-6686

Geographic Coordinates

41.861137, -87.695733
* The accuracy of these coordinates is at a address level.

Certification Date

10/25/1966
* Originally passed inspection by Medicare or Medicaid on this date. This is not the same as accreditation.

Stations

The total number of dialysis stations the facility operates. Each patient is assigned to a station when receiving dialysis treatment. Typically, a single station offers just one type of dialysis treatment, but multiple station types can be offered per facility.

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11
Chicago Average
20
Cook County Average
18
Illinois Average
15
United States Average
17

Services

Charts

In-Center Hemodialysis Service

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers hemodialysis services on site. Hemodialysis is the process of pumping blood through a dialyzer with dialysate. After being cleaned, the cleansed blood is the returned to the body.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Chicago
42 (93.33%) Offer this Service
Cook County
84 (91.30%) Offer this Service
Illinois
181 (91.88%) Offer this Service
United States
4,686 (96.96%) Offer this Service

Hemodialysis Training Service

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers hemodialysis training at patients' place of residence.

This Provider This Provider
No
Chicago
9 (20.00%) Offer this Service
Cook County
19 (20.65%) Offer this Service
Illinois
42 (21.32%) Offer this Service
United States
806 (16.68%) Offer this Service

Late Shift Service

Status

Indicates whether the facility has a shift starting at 5:00 PM or later.

This Provider This Provider
No
Chicago
8 (17.78%) Offer this Service
Cook County
16 (17.39%) Offer this Service
Illinois
39 (19.80%) Offer this Service
United States
931 (19.26%) Offer this Service

In-Center Peritoneal Service

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers peritoneal services on site. Peritoneal dialysis is the process running a sterile solution of minerals and glucose through a tube into the peritoneal cavity. The dialysate is left for a period of time to absorb the waste products and then drained.

This Provider This Provider
No
Chicago
22 (48.89%) Offer this Service
Cook County
44 (47.83%) Offer this Service
Illinois
105 (53.30%) Offer this Service
United States
2,235 (46.24%) Offer this Service

Quality Measures

Charts

Patient Survival

The patient survival category set by Medicare and Medicaid directly. Facilities fall into one of three categories; better than expected, as expected, or worse than expected.

As Expected
As Expected As Expected As Expected As Expected As Expected As Expected As Expected As Expected As Expected As Expected

Patients with URR of 65% or More

The number and percentage of patients that had a urea reduction ratio of 65% or higher. The URR is a measure used to quantify hemodialysis treatment. A higher value is better, with the minimum accepted value by Medicare and Medicaid being 65%.

This Provider This Provider
42 (98.00%)
Chicago
2,835 (93.43%)
Cook County
5,563 (94.32%)
Illinois
9,852 (94.42%)
United States
225,886 (94.68%)

Patients with HCT of 33% or More

The number and percentage of patients that had a hematocrit level of 33% or higher. The hematocrit level of an individual is considered an integral part of their complete blood count. Typical hematocrit levels are 38% to 52% in males and 37% to 47% in females.

This Provider This Provider
41 (88.00%)
Chicago
2,687 (88.20%)
Cook County
5,193 (90.46%)
Illinois
9,525 (91.83%)
United States
221,150 (92.20%)

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Supplemental

Last Modified

Saturday, August 30, 2008 1:25 PM MST

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Disclosure

CiteHealth is not associated with Mt. Sinai Hospital Medical Center Renal Unit or MT Sinai Hosp Med Ctr Renal Unit. We do not endorse, sponsor, or take financial incentives from this provider.

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Chicago at a Glance

Chicago has a total population of 2,896,016, of which 759,840 are children under the age of 18 and 298,803 are seniors 65 and older. The median age is 31.5.

Total Population:
2,896,016
Median Age:
31.5
Males:
1,405,107 (48.5%)
Female:
1,490,909 (51.5%)
Children (0-17):
759,840 (26.2%)
Adults (18-64):
1,837,373 (63.4%)
Seniors (65+):
298,803 (10.3%)
Age Breakdown:
Breakdown of age groups in Chicago
Married:
976,787 (33.7%)
Divorced:
198,218 (6.8%)
Marriage Breakdown:
Breakdown of marriage in Chicago
Hispanic Ethnicity:
753,644 (26.02%)
White:
1,215,315 (41.97%)
African American:
1,065,009 (36.77%)
Asian:
125,974 (4.35%)
Pacific Islander:
1,788 (0.06%)
Indian:
10,290 (0.36%)
Other:
393,203 (13.58%)
Two or More:
84,437 (2.92%)
Racial Breakdown:
Breakdown of race in Chicago

Health

The average number of disabilities per resident is 0.37, which does not include institutionalized individuals.

Disabilities:
0.37 (Per Capita)
Dialysis Centers:
45
Doctors:
12,597
Home Agencies:
104
Hospitals:
31
Nursing Homes:
93
Medical Suppliers:
587
Rehab Centers:
144

Wealth

The median family income is $42,724 while the median household income is $38,625. Roughly 19.23% of the population live in poverty.

Family Income:
$42,724
Household Income:
$38,625
In Poverty:
19.23%

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