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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Baylor Medical Center at Waxahachie is the place for quality medical care in Ellis County. The hospital is dedicated to serving residents of the Waxahachie ...

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center- Waxahachie is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Ellis County, TX.

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center- Waxahachie does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center- Waxahachie 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

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Called this place in the middle of the night for medical!! They should definitely re-staff the night shift front desk.... very rude and insulting people working there. Used to, you could call in and a doctor would return your call and answer any questions you had. I guess everyone is money hungry nowadays. Money over health I suppose. Thanks for nothing. Went to Childrens instead. (a month ago)

In early February 2015 my husband brought me to the ER. I'd been extremely sick for 2 days, & was doubled over in pain so badly that I could barely walk. He got a wheelchair for me when we arrived, & shortly thereafter the RN took my vitals. She said "we have to get you back there right now." The waiting room was full of people. I got immediate medical care, & was admitted to ICU for acute pancreatitis & sepsis. They saved my life. I stayed for a week receiving IV antibiotics. Three days later I had my gallbladder removal. Their ICU is stellar. Single, private rooms with very comfortable accommodations for family members who might stay. Each room has a window with mini blinds near the door. Outside there's a little desk & computer. This is so that your nurse doesn't have to wake you unnecessarily just to look in on you. It was the best care I'd ever received. The nurses were so knowledge, kind, compassionate, & thorough. I trusted them completely. (4 months ago)

I went to the ER on 3/31/18 with chest pain. I was triaged and told to have a seat, and they would call me back ASAP since I was considered a level 2. I waited over an hour in the filthy waiting room. This hospital had nothing but sick patients waiting to see a doctor. Most had coughs and cold or had fallen days before and were coming to be checked. As I waited and time passed, I could see several people had been discharged, but no one was called to the back. Ultimately, I left and went to another hospital where I was treated and roomed in 15 minutes as should be for a level 2 patient. If I could give this hospital no stars, I would have. If you have an urgent issue I suggest going to Dallas for treatment. (3 months ago)

Excellent staff. Very compassionate and genuinely concerned. From the moment I entered the facility, I was at ease and comfortable. The ER staff was professional, polite, efficient, and responsive. When I was admitted and moved to the 4th floor, I was met by my attending nurse, Chris. She was most professional and attentive to my needs. Over the course of my hospital stay, I had interaction with 31 B, S, & W staff personnel. Each person, whether, house keeping, food service, nurse, or doctor, my needs where efficiently met by a highly qualified team of caring, compassionate professionals. I could have not imagined better care. The facility is well maintained and very clean. I recommend B, S, & W Waxahachie Medical Center for the very best care anywhere. (3 months ago)

Waxahachie Baylor Scott White, has the worst ER female dr. Her name is Binal Gajjar, the most cold hearted,rude, and hateful human being I have ever encountered. She made me feel like I was the illegal in my own country. I lost my daughter in 2004;and I’ve been coloring my hair purple in memory of her. The NDN with the dot, not the feather,started on me and treating me so disrespectful about my daughter. She hatefully asked me how long had my daughter been dead. I told her Stacy passed away in 2004. She then started saying to me she knew How I felt. I asked her did she have any children, NO she didn’t! I told her she had no idea then,how a parent feels when they lose their child. She kept it up by saying, You need to stop grieving and STOP NOW! STOP NOW! She talked to me like I was dirt! I told her that was it! And I was going home to get my discharge papers so I could leave. As she went out the door into the hall, I heard a nurse say something to the fact “ Was that the one with the purple hair?”and I assume that beast shook her head yes,and the othe person started laughing... when I went to leave two very sweet kind nurses asked me did I want to say a prayer before I left, I said Yes!!!! But we couldn’t or was allowed to pray in my room. ( when did that stop) So we had to find and empty classroom in order not to offend others. I know I’m not the only person very upset with this hospital and this ER Doctor.. I’ve heard how she has treated nurses and their children,even doctors... They hate her,and I do too. And I will tell everyone just how sorry The Waxahachie hospital has become. I wouldn’t take my dog there...old Dr. Gajjar might kill my dog and eat it.... I’m an NDN but I wear a feather . (2 months ago)

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