Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

BAPTIST MEMORIAL HOSPITAL NORTH MS

2301 SOUTH LAMAR, OXFORD, MS 38655
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Above the national average

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average

Timliness

Above the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About BAPTIST MEMORIAL HOSPITAL NORTH MS

2301 SOUTH LAMAR
OXFORD, MS 38655

Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi in Oxford is an acute care facility with medical and surgical specialists in over 30 specialty areas including cardiology ...

Baptist Memorial Hospital North Ms is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Lafayette County, MS.

Baptist Memorial Hospital North Ms does have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

Baptist Memorial Hospital North Ms is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions

Reviews

The new hospital sucks. The doctors and specialist are great. Most all lab people are professional and don't mind helping. Most of the nurses quietly and professionally go about their work, but really don't want to do non medicine πŸ’Š or computer work . A few will not help you and if they do seem to resent it. I just didn't ask for help any more and put my self in a dangerous situation. One made a serious error and lied to me about it and later made a small error, lapse in memory. They must be short handed and over worked. Lots of missteps around here. Nobody even knows what time breakfast is around here. It's 8:23 am now. The old hospital served early and the food was much better, maybe a *5. Here, not so much... Maybe a *2, maybe. Lots of work to do many people talk about this new hospital. It does not have a good reputation for patient care. A lot of people come here because of the quality of doctors in staff here. Not for the staff it's self. Nurses seem to hate doing any personal care they feel is beneath their status which is, vitals, giving shots, IV's, medicine, taking blood sugar and scanning bracelets. They spend more time on and dragging that computer station around, than time spent with patients.... What ever you got to say, they really would rather not hear it. 😰 (4 months ago)

This was my first name visiting the newly built hospital. My experience was extremely poor and horrible. The doctor started off tell me too go to a OBGYN before even attempting to help me. The doctor rushed out without listening to all my conditions. I left confused, disappointed, &with no help or answers. Only a fat doctor bill for a waste of time. Its a just a sad case all our tax dollars wasted on a newly built hospital with poor assistance and insensitive doctors. (4 months ago)

The nurses have been very kind and attentive. However, after 10 the nurses aren't always informed about my husband's needs. ALSO, I went down to the cafe at 1pm today (saturday) and there was NOTHING OUT!! No salad bar, nothing but rice and a couple of scraggly pieces of chicken. No cashier, what the heck are families to do?? (5 months ago)

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This hospital has a great Emergency Dept. ER nurses and doctors are very responsive. I have been here several times myself and with others and never had any issues. Staff has been competent, helpful and pleasant every time. If you go here and wait long, it's because they are extremely busy and/or there are true life and death emergencies ahead of you. Just like any ER, they take patients by order of who is the sickest/most injured. That's what ER's do, they are for acute/sudden issues, not things that can and should be taken care of in a Doctor's office or clinic. Shortness of breath, chest pain, broken bones, major issues/injuries threatening life and limb are true emergencies. If you don't have a true emergency, go to your doctor or a clinic, not an ER. Pain is not normally, in and of itself, an emergency. (5 months ago)

My wife had to have an outpatient surgery. Per the doctors office/hospital, we were to be here at 0530. The hospital called and preregistered so they had all the admission info before we got here. On arrival, were asked for insurance info one more time, (dont think it changed since day before). Then off to waiting room to wait there until 0630. On arrival at room we asked the nurse w hy so early. Was told the majority didnt get here until 0700 and would be 0730 before taken back. Come on people (6 months ago)

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