CGH Medical Center

Detailed report on the hospital located in Sterling, Illinois (IL).

CGH Medical Center is a government run acute care hospital based at 100 East Lefevre Road in Sterling, IL. The facility is accredited and provides emergency services. The mortality rate for heart attack patients at the facility is no different than the national rate. The patient mortality rate is also no different than the national rate. In 2006, a total of 1,851 Medicare patients were given 10,646 days of PPS inpatient care and services. The provider was reimbursed $16,422,943 by Medicare for those services. A total of 99 Medicare patients were given 428 days of swing bed care and services in 2006, and the provider was reimbursed $112,293 by Medicare. 7,586 Medicare patients were given outpatient care and services by this provider in 2006. The provider was reimbursed $6,305,285 by Medicare for these services.

When compared to state levels, heart failure patients at this facility are more likely to be given discharge instructions. Pneumonia patients at this facility are more likely to be given smoking cessation advice or counseling. Surgery patients at this hospital are more likely to receive preventitive antibiotics 1 hour before incision.

Overall Rating

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Rated 1.45 out of 5 from 11 User Reviews
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Quality of Care Rating

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Rated 1.45 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

Staff Rating

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Rated 2.09 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

Facility Rating

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Rated 2.36 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

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Rated 1.55 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

Facility Type

Acute Care

Ownership Type

Government - Local

Address

100 East Lefevre Road
Sterling, IL 61081

Phone Number

(815) 625-0400

Accredited

Status

Indicates whether the facility is accredited.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Illinois
150 (85.71%)
United States
3,333 (77.01%)

Emergency Services

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers emergency care services.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Illinois
169 (96.57%)
United States
3,947 (91.20%)

Quality Measures

Charts

Heart Attack Patients Given Inhibitor or ARB

The percentage of heart attack patients given ace inhibitor or arb for left ventricular systolic dysfunction (lvsd). The sample size for this measure was 16 patients.

Note:
  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

This Provider This Provider
69.00%
Illinois
78.97%
United States
82.44%

Heart Attack Patients Given Aspirin at Discharge

The percentage of heart attack patients given aspirin at discharge. The sample size for this measure was 55 patients.

This Provider This Provider
80.00%
Illinois
89.58%
United States
90.10%

Heart Attack Patients Given Beta Blocker at Discharge

The percentage of heart attack patients given beta blocker at discharge. The sample size for this measure was 55 patients.

This Provider This Provider
93.00%
Illinois
88.12%
United States
89.74%

Heart Attack Patients Given PCI within 90 Minutes

The percentage of heart attack patients given pci within 90 minutes of arrival. The sample size for this measure was 3 patients.

Note:
  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

This Provider This Provider
33.00%
Illinois
47.28%
United States
53.85%

Heart Failure Patients Given ACE Inhibitor or ARB

The percentage of heart failure patients given ace inhibitor or arb for left ventricular systolic dysfunction (lvsd). The sample size for this measure was 55 patients.

This Provider This Provider
89.00%
Illinois
82.63%
United States
82.00%

Heart Failure Patients Given Discharge Instructions

The percentage of heart failure patients given discharge instructions. The sample size for this measure was 154 patients.

This Provider This Provider
97.00%
Illinois
67.12%
United States
60.95%

Pneumonia Patients Given Influenza Vaccination

The percentage of pneumonia patients assessed and given influenza vaccination. The sample size for this measure was 26 patients.

This Provider This Provider
54.00%
Illinois
63.22%
United States
69.93%

Pneumonia Patients Given Antibiotics within 4 Hours

The percentage of pneumonia patients given initial antibiotic(s) within 4 hours after arrival. The sample size for this measure was 159 patients.

This Provider This Provider
84.00%
Illinois
80.60%
United States
80.14%

Pneumonia Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice

The percentage of pneumonia patients given smoking cessation advice or counseling. The sample size for this measure was 34 patients.

This Provider This Provider
100.00%
Illinois
80.22%
United States
79.65%

Pneumonia Patients whose Blood Culture Performed Prior to Antibiotics

The percentage of pneumonia patients whose initial emergency room blood culture was performed prior to the administration of the first hospital dose of antibiotics. The sample size for this measure was 87 patients.

This Provider This Provider
93.00%
Illinois
90.76%
United States
90.43%

Surgery Patients Given Appropriate Antibiotics

The percentage of surgery patients who received the appropriate preventative antibiotic(s) for their surgery. The sample size for this measure was 73 patients.

Note:
  • Measure reflects the hospital's indication that its submission was based on a sample of its relevant discharges.

This Provider This Provider
100.00%
Illinois
90.61%
United States
89.88%

Heart Attack Patients Given Aspirin at Arrival

The percentage of heart attack patients given aspirin at arrival. The sample size for this measure was 72 patients.

This Provider This Provider
96.00%
Illinois
92.89%
United States
92.45%

Heart Attack Patients Given Beta Blocker at Arrival

The percentage of heart attack patients given beta blocker at arrival. The sample size for this measure was 71 patients.

This Provider This Provider
93.00%
Illinois
87.03%
United States
87.23%

Heart Attack Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice

The percentage of heart attack patients given smoking cessation advice or counseling. The sample size for this measure was 18 patients.

Note:
  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

This Provider This Provider
100.00%
Illinois
83.77%
United States
87.61%

Heart Failure Patients Given Evaluation of LVS Function

The percentage of heart failure patients given an evaluation of left ventricular systolic (lvs) function. The sample size for this measure was 197 patients.

This Provider This Provider
81.00%
Illinois
88.50%
United States
83.53%

Heart Failure Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice

The percentage of heart failure patients given smoking cessation advice or counseling. The sample size for this measure was 17 patients.

Note:
  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

This Provider This Provider
100.00%
Illinois
82.98%
United States
81.61%

Pneumonia Patients Given Pneumococcal Vaccination

The percentage of pneumonia patients assessed and given pneumococcal vaccination. The sample size for this measure was 121 patients.

This Provider This Provider
56.00%
Illinois
61.63%
United States
69.00%

Pneumonia Patients Given Oxygenation Assessment

The percentage of pneumonia patients given oxygenation assessment. The sample size for this measure was 191 patients.

This Provider This Provider
96.00%
Illinois
99.33%
United States
99.26%

Pneumonia Patients Given Most Appropriate Antibiotics

The percentage of pneumonia patients given the most appropriate initial antibiotic(s). The sample size for this measure was 146 patients.

This Provider This Provider
82.00%
Illinois
82.71%
United States
82.91%

Surgery Patients Given Antibiotics 1 Hour Before Incision

The percentage of surgery patients who received preventative antibiotic(s) 1 hour before incision. The sample size for this measure was 311 patients.

Note:
  • Measure reflects the hospital's indication that its submission was based on a sample of its relevant discharges.

This Provider This Provider
93.00%
Illinois
74.25%
United States
76.95%

Surgery Patients whose Antibiotics Stopped within 24 Hours of Surgery

The percentage of surgery patients whose preventative antibiotic(s) are stopped within 24 hours after surgery. The sample size for this measure was 298 patients.

Note:
  • Measure reflects the hospital's indication that its submission was based on a sample of its relevant discharges.

This Provider This Provider
70.00%
Illinois
66.59%
United States
71.77%

Mortality Rates

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30-Day Mortality Rate from Heart Attack

This hospitals 30 day patient death (mortality) rate from heart attack. The value is one of three types: Better, no different, or worse than the national rate.

No different than National Rate
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30-Day Mortality Rate from Heart Failure

This hospitals 30 day patient death (mortality) rate from heart failure. The value is one of three types: Better, no different, or worse than the national rate.

No different than National Rate
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Treatment Figures

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PPS Inpatients

The number of prospective payment system inpatients treated by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part A in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
1,851
Illinois Average
2,802
United States Average
2,267

PPS Inpatient Utilization Days

The number of days of prospective payment system inpatient care that are chargeable to Medicare Part A facility utilization by this provider in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
10,646
Illinois Average
21,428
United States Average
17,102

Swing Bed Patients

The number of swing bed patients treated by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part A in 2006. A swing bed is defined as a bed that can be used when a patient no longer needs acute care, but still needs nursing care and observation.

This Provider This Provider
99
Illinois Average
97
United States Average
75

Outpatients

The number of outpatients treated by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part B in 2006. An outpatient is defined as a patient treated in under 24 hours at a qualifying medical facility.

Note:

These figures may include data from other departments at this facility.

This Provider This Provider
7,586
Illinois Average
8,663
United States Average
7,242

PPS Inpatient Days

The number of days of prospective payment system inpatient care given by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part A in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
10,679
Illinois Average
21,529
United States Average
17,255

PPS Inpatient Discharges

The number of prospective payment system inpatient discharges made by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part A in 2006. A discharge is defined as a formal release from a hospital or skilled nursing facility. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
2,570
Illinois Average
3,951
United States Average
2,995

Swing Bed Utilization Days

The number of days of swing bed care that are chargeable to Medicare Part A facility utilization by this provider in 2006. This measure includes full days, coinsurance days, and lifetime reserve days. A swing bed is defined as a bed that can be used when a patient no longer needs acute care, but still needs nursing care and observation.

This Provider This Provider
428
Illinois Average
800
United States Average
775

Swing Bed Patient Discharges

The number of swing bed patient discharges made by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part A in 2006. A discharge is defined as a formal release from a hospital or skilled nursing facility. A swing bed is defined as a bed that can be used when a patient no longer needs acute care, but still needs nursing care and observation.

This Provider This Provider
103
Illinois Average
117
United States Average
88

Financials

Charts

Medicare PPS Inpatient Payments

The total prospective payment system inpatient associated Medicare Part A payments, plus pass-through, made to this provider in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$16,422,943
Illinois Average
$34,790,545
United States Average
$28,006,530

Medicare Payments Per PPS Inpatient Day

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered prospective payment system inpatient day in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$1,538
Illinois Average
$1,616
United States Average
$1,623

Medicare Payments Per PPS Inpatient Discharge

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered prospective payment system inpatient discharge in 2006. A discharge is defined as a formal release from a hospital or skilled nursing facility. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$6,390
Illinois Average
$8,807
United States Average
$9,352

Medicare Swing Bed Payments

The total swing bed associated Medicare Part A payments made to this provider in 2006. A swing bed is defined as a bed that can be used when a patient no longer needs acute care, but still needs nursing care and observation.

This Provider This Provider
$112,293
Illinois Average
$572,327
United States Average
$516,856

Medicare Payments Per Swing Bed Utilization Day

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered swing bed utilization day in 2006. This measure includes full days, coinsurance days, and lifetime reserve days. A swing bed is defined as a bed that can be used when a patient no longer needs acute care, but still needs nursing care and observation.

This Provider This Provider
$262
Illinois Average
$716
United States Average
$667

Medicare Outpatient Payments

The total outpatient associated Medicare Part B payments made to this provider in 2006. An outpatient is defined as a patient treated in under 24 hours at a qualifying medical facility.

Note:

These figures may include data from other departments at this facility.

This Provider This Provider
$6,305,285
Illinois Average
$6,889,729
United States Average
$5,694,349

Medicare Payments Per PPS Inpatient

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered prospective payment system inpatient in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$8,872
Illinois Average
$12,414
United States Average
$12,356

Medicare Payments Per PPS Inpatient Utilization Day

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered prospective payment system inpatient utilization day in 2006. This measure includes full days, coinsurance days, and lifetime reserve days. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$1,543
Illinois Average
$1,624
United States Average
$1,638

Medicare Payments Per Swing Bed Patient

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered swing bed patient in 2006. A swing bed is defined as a bed that can be used when a patient no longer needs acute care, but still needs nursing care and observation.

This Provider This Provider
$1,134
Illinois Average
$5,889
United States Average
$6,860

Medicare Payments Per Swing Bed Patient Discharge

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered swing bed patient discharge in 2006. A discharge is defined as a formal release from a hospital or skilled nursing facility. A swing bed is defined as a bed that can be used when a patient no longer needs acute care, but still needs nursing care and observation.

This Provider This Provider
$1,090
Illinois Average
$4,901
United States Average
$5,870

Medicare Payments Per Outpatient

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part B covered outpatient in 2006. An outpatient is defined as a patient treated in under 24 hours at a qualifying medical facility.

Note:

These figures may include data from other departments at this facility.

This Provider This Provider
$831
Illinois Average
$795
United States Average
$786

Reviews and Ratings

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A Review by Anonymous

CGH Medical Center Review
Overall:
Full StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Care:
Full StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Staff:
Full StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Facility:
Full StarFull StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Promptness:
Full StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Insurance:
Blue Cross / Blue Shield
Details:

This hospital use to be top notch.now it is understaffed and employees are overwhelmed and under paid.the nurses are mostly kind and don't interact with the patients much. but the ones you deal with the most are the CNAs, they clean us up, answer our every need and talk to us. They are also the least paid and hardest worked. I watched one CNA work so hard on her own taking care of at least 18 patients while a nurse sat at a desk looking at a computer instead of stepping up and helping even if it wasn't her job. That CNA still kept a smile on her face and even apologized for not getting to me right away and even though you could clearly see she was so overwhelmed and had so much going on still never once rushed me or was short with me. My reason for telling all this is because there is no reason for this to be going on other than to assume this hospital doesn't care about its employees and keeping good help or the fact that these over worked and under staff people are the ones taking care of us and that's how big mistakes are made. They only care about More Money in their pockets. I was lucky to have a very special CNA this time. But I wonder how long this Talented young woman will be in this hospital if it continues to put so much on her when they make so little along with many others in sure. It will be a shame to not have her or others like her reassuring kind care if I ever have to be back in this hospital or other patients. The turnaround of employees must be ridiculous. How can a hospital provide quality care if its understaffed or if the employees you have don't care about their jobs or take pride in what they do because there made to feel like they don't matter by being overwhelmed understaffed and under paid. CGH YOU NEED TO STEP UP AND SHOW YOUR EMPLOYEES YOU CARE. LIKE YOU USED TO! So you're patients can get the best care and quality treatment like it used to be years ago!

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A Review by Anonymous

CGH Medical Center Review
Overall:
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Care:
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Staff:
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Facility:
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Promptness:
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Details:

Dont do it........!!!!!!! Hospital is ran like a mob.

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A Review by Anonymous

CGH Medical Center Review
Overall:
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Care:
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Staff:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Facility:
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Promptness:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Insurance:
None
Details:

This Place is a joke, I was taken here after having a seizure and the ER Dr on duty flat out told my wife that I was "playing games". What ever that means. He also wanted to stick me in for a psych evaluation. I have had seizures off and on for 20 years and this was the first time any Dr tried to pass me off as a nutcase. Id never send my worse enemy to this place, VERY UNprofessional Staff. Once I became oriented we told them I am checking out and going to my normal hospital, they got even more rude, came in and literally just yanked the IV needle out of my arm.

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A Review by Anonymous

CGH Medical Center Review
Overall:
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull Star
Care:
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull Star
Staff:
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull Star
Facility:
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull Star
Promptness:
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarEmpty Star
Insurance:
Aetna
Details:

I was not critically ill but was more of a precaution. I felt I had good care.

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A Review by Anonymous

CGH Medical Center Review
Overall:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Care:
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Staff:
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Facility:
Full StarFull StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Promptness:
Full StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Details:

Money hungry. No positive diagnose but definitely want paid.

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A Review by Anonymous

CGH Medical Center Review
Overall:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Care:
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Staff:
Full StarFull StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Facility:
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull Star
Promptness:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Insurance:
Medicaid / Medi-Cal
Details:

Don't always see a DR. Get nurses and takes forever for test. Then they never know what it is and send you home still in pain. Friendly staff just not knowledgeable. Very money hungry even with no diagnose. Always very clean.that's for er.

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A Review by Anonymous

CGH Medical Center Review
Overall:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Care:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Staff:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Facility:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Promptness:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Insurance:
Blue Cross / Blue Shield
Details:

Never can diagnose patient correctly and the care is horrible. Chronic health problems and never see a actually MD while under care. Even with specialist and procedures.always see Dr's nurse and never even talk to MD

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A Review by Anonymous

CGH Medical Center Review
Overall:
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Care:
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Staff:
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Facility:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Promptness:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Insurance:
Blue Cross / Blue Shield
Details:

stayed in er for hours sons pain not under control had to go to ksb hospital to be admitted and have surgery for broken leg would never never go back to cgh

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A Review by Anonymous

CGH Medical Center Review
Overall:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Care:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Staff:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Facility:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Promptness:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Insurance:
Blue Cross / Blue Shield
Details:

er service horrible would never go back

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A Review by Anonymous

CGH Medical Center Review
Overall:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Care:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Staff:
Full StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Facility:
Full StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Promptness:
Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Insurance:
Medicaid / Medi-Cal
Details:

at 3 different times i went to er with my kids and each time i was left sitting for hours without seeing any one,its called an er for a reason.my last visis was last night i sat there from 11:30pm to 3:00am and i walked out my son was sick his throat felt like it was closing up on him and he couldnt swallow.and he had a fever,but at 3am they still didnt look at him,so we walked out.i also saw a little child in the waiting area,that also was not seen yet and the poor child had a an open cut that needed stitches,they left that kid sit there too.so you cant tell me they were that busy,when all the doctors and nurses do is stand around talking to each other.ive seen that happen too.

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A Review by Anonymous

CGH Medical Center Review
Overall:
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Care:
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Staff:
Full StarFull StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Facility:
Full StarFull StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Promptness:
Full StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Insurance:
Blue Cross / Blue Shield
Details:

Seem to want money, but does not treat patients acurately, just administer drugs instead of test

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Sterling at a Glance

Sterling has a total population of 18,679, of which 4,740 are children under the age of 18 and 3,083 are seniors 65 and older. The median age is 37.0.

Total Population:
18,679
Median Age:
37.0
Males:
8,966 (48.0%)
Female:
9,713 (52.0%)
Children (0-17):
4,740 (25.4%)
Adults (18-64):
10,856 (58.1%)
Seniors (65+):
3,083 (16.5%)
Age Breakdown:
Breakdown of age groups in Sterling
Married:
8,355 (44.7%)
Divorced:
1,706 (9.1%)
Marriage Breakdown:
Breakdown of marriage in Sterling
Hispanic Ethnicity:
3,356 (17.97%)
White:
15,973 (85.51%)
African American:
381 (2.04%)
Asian:
169 (0.90%)
Pacific Islander:
2 (0.01%)
Indian:
69 (0.37%)
Other:
1,687 (9.03%)
Two or More:
398 (2.13%)
Racial Breakdown:
Breakdown of race in Sterling

Health

The average number of disabilities per resident is 0.31, which does not include institutionalized individuals.

Disabilities:
0.31 (Per Capita)
Dialysis Centers:
1
Doctors:
222
Home Agencies:
2
Hospitals:
1
Nursing Homes:
3
Medical Suppliers:
10
Rehab Centers:
2

Wealth

The median family income is $46,844 while the median household income is $39,248. Roughly 9.86% of the population live in poverty.

Family Income:
$46,844
Household Income:
$39,248
In Poverty:
9.86%

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