Acute Care Hospitals
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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Below the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

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



CHI Health St. Francis has been Grand Island's hospital since 1887. Today, the hospital is a regional referral center, with more than 100 physicians and more

Chi Health St Francis is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Hall County, NE.

Chi Health St Francis does have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

Chi Health St Francis is a voluntary non-profit - church 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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My Mom received Fantastic care! The nursing staff were all so kind and helpful. They repeatedly asked if they could do anything for us. We saw numerous Specialist Doctors attending to my Mom's needs that were ready and willing to answer any questions we had. We were there during some bad snowy weather and the maintenance staff were on top of keeping the parking lot and sidewalks safe. Good job! (3 months ago)

If you would like to die just admit your self here. The nurses are not professional and not knowledgeable at all. They don't know what they are doing and talking about. Please take your loved ones else where. (a week ago)

I had a planned surgery and was terrified. I was worried about pain and getting sick. All of my fears were for nothing! All the staff was absolutely wonderful! Pain was controlled I wasnt sick, and they went out of their way to ease my fears and make me feel safe! (3 weeks ago)

I have ZERO good things to say about this place. None of even MY distasteful words can even put into perspective of my low opinion of this place. The reality is, you could NOT even sue any of them for Mal Practice, because they are a "no practice" place. Hell, even most hospitals here In nebraska are this way. I don't care if you are in Omaha or Grand Island. They all seam to be owned by the same incompetent morons that bought out places with good names that they were founded on. Please, for the sake of yourself or a loved one. Don't. Just dont, go here for treatment in this state. They ALL waste precious time on treatments that should be taking place the next day. It is a scary journey and it sounds rough. But this slow treatment process isn't going to buy you the time you need. Tests don't show results and it's the same repeat story of "Well you were cancer free, and 363 days later. " IT'S BACK, say goodbye to everyone, it's Game OVER." You will watch a loved one suffer, become very ill and starve to death, dehydrate and be placed on hospice and that's that. Don't let some fly-by-night doctor tell you different. The universe has answers and they are there. If someone tells you something that you don't like to hear, it's your conscious telling you it's time to move on, and NOT fall into the state of "stockholm syndrome". When a doctor says "I can't". YOU MOVE ON!! Because they ALL "CAN". Until St Francis and many other medical practitioners actually place people on the staff that say "I CAN" and "I WILL NOT STOP", they are the true losers here, not the patient. Because THEY lost the battle of treating the patient. That's failure and almost all Nebraska Medical facilities STINK of it. (2 weeks ago)

I broke 9 ribs and I can't tell you how much pain I was in. On top of that blood was surrounding my my lungs/ chest. The Drs, nurses, aids, and those who feed us, clean our rooms etc were extremely kind and supportive. With my physical needs along with my emotional needs. Thank you all so much. I actually miss you! ♡ (2 months ago)

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