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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Not Available (Results are not available for this reporting period)


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Bell Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Marquette County, MI.

Bell Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Bell Hospital is a proprietary hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday 1000 AM – 800 PM
Tuesday 1000 AM – 800 PM
Wednesday 1000 AM – 800 PM
Thursday 1000 AM – 800 PM
Friday 1000 AM – 800 PM
Saturday 1000 AM – 800 PM
Sunday 1000 AM – 800 PM

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Horrible service, dr lenords orthopedic office takes days to answer the phone and call someone back. Doesn't follow thru like they say they will. No considerstion for a patient having to travel 2 hours and schedule survery at 6 am when they are a single parent with a 2 year old. They dont inform you, you will have to drive back to the hospital 2 hours, to pick up a prescription, and then they promise to mail it ans 2 days of zero pain meds and there is no prescription in the mail. Several phone calls and they still refuse to pick up the phone. (a week ago)

Excellent quality facility. Quality staff...clean facility..happy people (a month ago)

I've had great experiences at Bell. Even at not such great times but the staff has always been very kind and helpful. (4 months ago)

During my mother's visit to the ER, there were two other patients brought into the ER at the same time. There was only one doctor on duty and with three patients the staff seemed to be scrambling. One nurse treated us nicely while the other was extremely patronizing. If a massive multi-patient emergency occurred, I am convinced there is no way that this ER could have handled it. As it was my mother was seen after 45 minutes even though her arm was so swollen it looked like a water balloon ready to pop. The staff did the best they could, but there should have been more people manning the ER. It seems that Duke Corporate seems more concerned with bottom line profits than patient care. (a year ago)

One female Dr there, started to change my wifes pills after a major heart attack. Wife said no until you contact my cardiology Dr. Rude and upset she kicked me out and told me to go back to the g.d. VA. I know there are Dr's taking in new patients haven't heard a thing from anyone. How can a Dr that doesn't care for you as a patient black ball from you all other Dr's? (a year ago)

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