Morristown Memorial Hospital


Morristown, NJ
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Rating: 2.8 out of 5 (5 is best), based on 7 reviews.
Morristown Memorial Hospital has a fair overall rating on neutral

Medicare Survey Data


  • noisy rooms at night
  • slow help response time

Neutral Points

  • nurse communication
  • control of patient's pain
  • explanations about medicines
  • communication of recovery info
  • doctor communication


  • clean rooms
  • good overall patient ratings
  • strong recommendations by patients
The following ratings and comments have not been substantiated by
Date C F S V Comments
  14/11/13 5 4 5 5 The hospital staff was helpful and responsive to my wife's needs. The room was clean and all people were very respectful as far as my wife's privacy. The nursing staff was very competent and caring.
Insurance: Workers Comp
  16/09/13 3 3 2 2 Do not bring a child to the Goryeb Childrens Hospital PICU. We know someones child who died there from simple mistakes
Insurance: Medicaid / Medi-Cal
  28/08/13 5 5 5 5 Gagnon Cardiovascular hospital is part of Morristown Medical Center and when I was a patient there for my open heart surgery I was treated and cared for by top notch physicians and nurses. I have nothing negative to say regarding my stay. While this was the scariest time in my life it also was remarkable. My care was exceptional from CPACU TO GAGNON 3. I have never met more professional nurses in any of my stays in any hospital (and at the ripe age of 75, I have been in a few). I definitely see why this hospital is highly rated for heart surgeries.
Insurance: Medicare
  11/04/13 4 2 3 2 made me lay on a gurney in the middle off a very busy hallway, in my gown, fully exposed while I waited for my ct scan. employees and patients kept walking by me and it was all very awkward.
Insurance: N/A
  26/11/12 1 3 1 1 I went in for a routine elbow operation and came out with a huge staph infection on my back. I have little doubt it was contracted on a sticky vinyl lined gurney. My back was exposed to it because the nurse refused my request to tie the back of my gown which I could not do due to my incapacitated elbow. This is the same hospital that failed to diagnose a "gall bladder full of stones" just weeks prior to her emergency operation to have it removed.
Insurance: Blue Cross / Blue Shield
  23/07/12 1 2 1 1 I made the mistake of having my baby there. I have never seen a less attentive staff. Rude and uncaring. Like we were unwanted house guests. A very depressing m place. My wife and I had emotional scars from being there. Do not let your cats have kittens there!!!!!
Insurance: N/A
  30/12/11 1 3 1 3 there are to much to list
Insurance: CIGNA