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Voluntary non-profit - Private


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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


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Above the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


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Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

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3.3 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
3 / 5 from Center for Medicare Services (This hospital’s star rating only includes data reported on inpatient services)



Cherokee Regional Medical Center provides quality services across the health care continuum to the Cherokee Community in a caring atmosphere while maintaining quality ...

Cherokee Regional Medical Center is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Cherokee County, IA.

Cherokee Regional Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Cherokee Regional Medical Center 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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The doctors hear are extremely lazy I have a pretty nasty infection in my finger and I went to the doctors yesterday and and I was told that it needs more than antibiotic attention but yet he just adds through more days on to my ongoing antibiotics and gives me some triple antibiotic ointment cream and then walks out the door. They say that they're carrying hospital will then why won't they help me with my finger how come they're not doing anything when they know for fact and even said their cells it needs to be drained all this hospital is is retarded bandied station nothing more nothing less. (8 months ago)

Went there in July had something stuck in my throat. I could swallow a tiny bit, but it took work. Was a Julie Mogenson on call. All she did was make me swallow lidacaine and called it good. It took about three minutes to get that thick syrup down my throat and it was a tiny amount. Probably 2 teaspoons. No X-rays. They sent me home and said as long as I could get a tiny amount of fluid to go down I'd be okay. I had this piece in my throat all day. She told me X-rays wouldn't show a foreign object in my esophagus. Now I aint no doctor but pretty sure she shouldn't be one! Because YES an X-ray would have shown the foreign object! Did she get her degree out of a cracker jack box???? Anyways around 11 o'clock that night, I started coughing. I am assuming from that piece being there all day anf half the night, and it irritating my throat sent me into a coughing spasm. The piece popped out with such force that it flew across the deck and past the steps. We're talking at least 12 feet!! It was a piece of potatoe, from potatoe salad I had eaten earlier that day, and I had chocked on it. Moral of the story? If you see her walk into the room RUN!! I COULD HAVE DIED!!! Then they wanted to charge me $194.00 for nearly killing me!! Terrible. Treated me like I didn't know what I was feeeling in my throat. Just because you have a degree, does not mean you know everything and won't screw up. But to have a degree and be that ignorant is an insult to the patient, and the hospital who hired you! Most of the doctors there diagnose but sit ya on the back burner, leaving you to rot. 5 years been trying to get help for my reynauds phenomenon, and possibility of M.S, to no avail. Sure go to this hospital and clinics if you don't want genuine care!! If I could give ZERO stars I would.!! (11 months ago)

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