Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Other

BEAUFORT COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

955 RIBAUT RD, BEAUFORT, SC 29902
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Above the national average

Readmission

Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average

Timliness

Below the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average

About BEAUFORT COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

955 RIBAUT RD
BEAUFORT, SC 29902

Beaufort Memorial Hospital, the largest hospital between Savannah & Charleston, offers Orthopedics, Cancer Care, Primary Care, Birthing Center, Emergency and Rehab ...

Beaufort County Memorial Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Beaufort County, SC.

Beaufort County Memorial Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Beaufort County Memorial Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - other 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

I had a mammogram done for the past three years at this hospital’s imaging center. For the past three years I’ve had to pay additional money because billing is not properly coding(per my insurance). My insurance pays 100% for mammograms. I drove one hour to discuss the bill with the office at 990 Ribaut Rd. on the third floor in Beaufort. They assured me I would not get another bill and they would take care of it as it is between them and insurance company. The next call I received was from collections. Today I will pay that bill and never return to this hospital again. Three years! Each year! I’ll take my business elsewhere! Update: The billing department finally spoke with the insurance company and was instructed the proper code. They then resubmitted the claim and my insurance paid. Afterward, I received partial reimbursement instead of full reimbursement. It’s impossible to communicate with the billing department. I was given a number for Kaylin and have left a couple of messages. But, almost a week later, still waiting on her call. This is confirmation to take my business elsewhere. (in the last week)

The doctors are so good! They won’t just listen to your lungs and say you’re okay, here’s your d/c paper work.. they will run every single test to rule out everything. Now the nurses have terrible bed side manner and not a lot of compassion. I understand working an a ER is very stressful, but you as a nurse picked this job.. so if you can’t deal with the stress, then you shouldn’t work here. And I’m a nurse as well, I know what it’s like being a patient and a nurse. And I didn’t like being a patient under these nurses on the day shift. AND a nurse Lidia I believe.. took my blood and started an IV and didn don gloves or wash her hands. & I even watched to see if she went to wash her hands and she didn’t 😷 (2 months ago)

My son got caught in a riptide that pushed him into oyster beds on an inlet that sliced him up pretty good. They stitched him up very nicely, tool close to four hours for 9 stitches but the staff was grest, friendly. That's for fixing my boy! (a month ago)

They likely saved my life. I checked in and was immediately taken back for vitals then placed in the exam room. 15 total mins. Examined within 20 minutes, IV started and blood work off to the lab. CT scan within an hour after that. Diagnosis, consultation, lab work completed with results and off to the O.R. 3 hours after arrival. They did not rush me out and were very thorough with their diag. Plus....If you end up being admitted, you may get a gorgeous view of the water. Seriously.....thank you. I feel like I had a legitimate chance of not being here anymore and here I am. (a month ago)

WORST PLACE EVER. I WENT TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM AND WAITED AN HOUR TO JUST HAVE MY TEMPERATURE AND BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKED. I WAS 2 DEGREES AWAY FROM GOING INTO A COMO AND I DIDNT KNOW MY TEMPERATURE WAS 105 AND THEY SENT ME BACK TO THE WAITING ROOM WITH NO MEDICATION. THEN WE FINALLY GET CALLED BACK AND DONT EVEN GET A ROOM WE SIT IN THE HALL AND THEY GAVE ME A DIRTY SHEET WITH WHITE CRUST ON IT AND CLAIMED IT WAS FROM A STICKER. (2 weeks ago)

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