Located in Port Jefferson, New York, Saint Charles Hospital offers a variety of addiction treatment options including Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction and accepts the following accepted insurances: Most Insurances. Drug and alcohol addiction is a very serious matter and the concept of addiction should never be taken lightly. At Saint Charles Hospital, their main goal is to treat those that struggle with chronic substance abuse through innovative treatment methods and high-quality care.
Promising a unique approach to addiction treatment through drug and alcohol abuse programs in Port Jefferson, New York, Saint Charles Hospital places a strong emphasis on certain suggested treatment approaches that cater specifically to the unique needs of their patients.
Such treatment approaches that Saint Charles Hospital offers may include: Personalized Treatment Plan. Addiction treatment services are available to 18+ and certain insurances are accepted, which include: Most Insurances. Get started on embarking upon your journey of recovery by contacting Saint Charles Hospital from their website at www.stcharleshospital.chsli.org.
Ambulatory wing. Staff was kind and efficient. Waiting room is a little dingy but for the care and staff, 5 stars. If you have to pick a location here is where you need to go.
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY I’ve had many experiences at St.Charles Hospital... I can’t say one negative thing about it. Admission.... Dr.s Nurses, Assistants, Housekeeping always ON POINT...... My main EXPERIENCE personally, has been the ST.CHARLES DENTAL CLINIC...... 👩⚕️ 👨⚕️ Dr.Logan & her Staff are one Amazing group.✨ ( a.k.a. MIRACLE WORKERS ) Clerical is always ACCOMIDATING.... (Beyond Patient Friendly)........ CRYSTAL SHINNING CLEAN✨✨✨✨✨✨ Kim & Young were my Dentist in training..... I can’t say I’ve SMILED MORE IN MY ENTIRE LIFE BECAUSE OF THERE TRAINING, EFFICIENCY, & DEDICATION ✨✨ I am ONE GRATEFUL PATIENT...... RESPECT & DIGNITY IS WHAT THIS GROUP IS ALL ABOUT...... Thank you for making me SMILE~~~~~~~~ 🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂 Forever grateful~~~~ ✨✨✨✨✨✨ 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
My initial and horrible experience was being recommended by the paramedics and ambulanced to their emergency room. After arrival, I was ignored and dismissed of my pain/injury and (unknown to them) kidney infection. The attending physican was going to discharge me in excruciating pain, unable to walk and symptomatic of an infection. I told him I was entitled to care and was not in any shape to be discharged. He then told me he would not admit me or care for me and that I'd need to wait for the next shift to get care and/or admittance - and I did. 4 days later, I am still here (admitted, not in the ER) under pretty good care. My pain/injury and diagnosed dehydration and kidney infection are being addressed and cared for... it took almost a full 24 hours to begin, but I try not to judge a hospital by it's ER. Please also note this institution charges for TV and a phone thru a 3rd party company - TV-R. I chose TV service only. Personally, I uused my cell. I told them being that I came there via ambulance, I didn't have cash or credit information, they could contact my husband. Day 4 TV-R came to my room... for a $28 payment. They told me it would be turned off due to non-payment. I assured them my husband who works 6 days, 10-12 hours a day and commutes 2.5-3 hours would be in to see me or they could call him for payment. That did not suffice with them. My TV was shut off for $28... really? I've been to 1 other hospital that charged for TV... they now offer it free. When it wasn't, we usually paid upon discharge or when we recieve a final invoice in the mail. The St. Charles and TV-R should be ashamed of themselves to keep sick people captive for such a miniscule amout of money... and for a service most hospitals offer free of charge. Patients are already stuck there, and sometimes for much longer than 4-5 days. Plan and cost of care are priority I've costs, TV is one of very few recreational outlets for patients to get away from the captivity and happenings of illness.
The waiting area and patient area could've been cleaner. That being said the staff was terrific! I visited on a Sunday and was in the waiting area for no more than 5 minutes. The nurse and Drs were attentive, caring and efficient. I hope to never have a need to visit an ER but if I do I will be going to St Charles again
My Mom is 86, she is in and out of St Charles on a regular basis. The staff is kind and patient. The doctors and nurses and aides in Emergency are wonderful. Growing old is very difficult on the patient and the family.They have been nothing short of wonderful.
The nurses, aides, social worker, PT and the entire staff on 3rd floor east provided great care for Mom and her fractured pelvis. Caring, responsive and professional, she was fortunate to have been in such good hands for her unexpected Christmas holiday stay. THANK YOU!
Wonderful staff and nurses and rehab. Even the food is decent.
The rehabilitation center was a wonderful experience as my boyfriend was a patient, Staff was so nice, respectful and the care and support was excellent.
It's been since may that my mother passed but I could not be more grateful for St Charles. I have never seen this level of care and dedication in my life. Your staff truly did an amazing job to try to save her and my family can't thank you enough. Your awesome and amazing...God Bless you all!
This has to be one of the best hospitals for maternity on Long Island. The staff is always friendly, up beat and ready to help, the rooms are really nice, and the couples dinner on the last night is a nice touch. We've had 4 children delivered successfully here. My latest child has some issues and has been in the NICU unit. I can tell you first hand the the staff in there are on their A game. Thank you so much!!!
Honestly I've seen better hospitals. They don't keep up with things, that fact that you have to hound them for answers on your family member in a hospital it's insane. On top of it I've been coming here for almost three weeks and one of the rooms in icu is ripped apart cause of mold and destroyed cabinets. It's horrible
Care at St Charles has always been exceptional for our family. The doctors are very concerned about you health both physically and emotionally. There is a certain level of trust that they surely rise to. I would recommend St Charles Hospital to any of my family and friends.
The ER is usually not as crowded as other hospitals and so the wait time is very reasonable. The staff is helpful and courteous it is part of Catholic Health Services
I received wonderful care while there for 3 weeks. The nurses and aides were wonderful and attentive and the doctors and therapists were fantastic, as well.
This hospital is wonderful. I had surgery here and every department I interacted with were great. The nursing staff is caring, knowledgeable and quick. I can not say enough. You are in good hands at St. Charles.
The Angels working there it's a great place very clean. The kitchen is the best the people taking the orders and the food is the best I ever had .i thought I died and went to heaven. I went in with nothing working on my right side I'm getting every day . God bless them the nurses and nurses asistense zworked very well together .I had a good experience and they were very nice with everyone even with the challaging pat. They respect you privacy.they have there own social worker that welcomes you and asks the family there special needs.they take care off the elderly.i want to give special thanks to some of the Spanish I was honored to meet I had someone show me the night of the town in little Italy and outdoor views of port jeffs harbor. There was three im referring too . Two ladies and a young guy . The young guy called me his favorite patient.. I had to spill a fringe to get his attentieThe The highest and best views.i had nick names for everyone so I keep there name private.i did have a stroke so don't mine my penmanship I am right handed were the stroke affected . The first one is ricashea rabbit. She had to keep moving with her work station because the men keeped trying to block traffic in the hallway and everyone was memorized with her her eyes and smile . She was all was smiling and running but always acted in a professional matter and has a cute little daughter.also she had to saved the day with her toy guns to protect her patience.Then we have Val kilmore she made even the grumpiest person smile I call her sunshine .there was another nurse who was hard to smile but was well worth seeing with smiling and her pretty face made a good combination .She was so kind .i wanted to give flowers to everyone. Im in trouble with money so I couldn't but I will when I'm hopefully out of a wheelchair the tech people I met Megan pizza that was on my mind but I m not a zombie.so I didn't ,didn't didn't eat ah ah ah forget it.then thre was frank he is a a 30 year old know it all that did know a lot .he ran a tight ship I can't forget Shelly the younger version she is a special lady . She bee around the block .she has cats eyes,on the prowl .Very good worker she is a shop steward .
Ive had several experiences with the ER over the last 6yrs that I have lived in PJ. I have had mostly good experiences with the care & the staff. I was treated for migraines, asthma, allergic reactions, bronchitis, once I sliced my finger wide open and had to have stitches(barely a scar left)... The wait time compared to other ER's is very low. Only once did I have a very bad experience. I was having an allergic reaction, migraine & vomiting. I was given an anti-nausea med that made me severally anxious & restless which drove me CRAZY! I couldn't sit still and I couldn't keep from shaking, I must have looked like a person from an insane asylum!! The medication that they had give me was KNOWN to cause this reaction! AND I was not informed before being given the meds, I absolutely would have rather been vomiting than this AWFUL feeling that I could do nothing about except wait for the drug to leave my body. Lesson learned ask the side effects or interactions of meds before taking something just because the Dr. subscribes it ... just because it may treat one symptom well it may cause other symptoms that could feel worse. Overall I would recommend this hospital.