Acute Care Hospitals
Proprietary

DENTON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

3535 SOUTH I35 EAST, DENTON, TX 76210
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Above the national average

Safety

Same as the national average

Readmission

Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average

Timliness

Same as the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About DENTON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

3535 SOUTH I35 EAST
DENTON, TX 76210

Denton Regional Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Denton County, TX.

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

Denton Regional Medical Center is a proprietary 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

This place saved my boyfriends life. My boyfriend went to Texas health ER in Corinth on a Thursday afternoon with a lot of by aches and pains, Including a fever, chills, and urine that is not a healthy color. They told him he had low blood pressure, gave him a ct scan and said he was fine and sent him home. He was in and out within 45 minutes. They didn’t take a urine sample or a blood sample. Saturday morning i took him to this place and within 30 minutes he was in ICU with kidney failure and liver damage. Thank so much to the doctors, nurses and staff. A special thanks to nurse Andrea in ICU for taking great care of him along with the other nurse whom I forgot her name (my apologies!) (in the last week)

I must say, they got me checked in and to a room and when released, checked me out quickly and efficiently. In between that, it was hit or miss. Some nurses, Kat, Katherine, Leslie, Marie and very few other nurses and techs ( Julian)were empathetic, efficient and smiling ( except for Kat, who rarely smiled, but I love her anyway. Very smart!) the rest seemed to be following the dots. They were ALL nice and polite, but when you're in pain for 5 days, one needs more than courtesy. (2 months ago)

Not a good place to stay overnight, or especially have surgery. Every time they've had to keep my family members over night, we've gotten calls from them that they need help for things like getting pain medications or going to the bathroom because the nursing staff is disorganized and too small to handle things. My grandfather literally went a whole day without a catheter because someone here made the mistake of assuming he had kidney failure without actually checking. I had to go there to effectively manage the nursing staff's care of my mother, including ordering her food because they kept bringing her solid foods when she could only eat liquids, because the 5 nurses on the floor were too busy dealing with a woman with dementia, and none of them looked like they had adequate sleep. They're notorious for only being timely when it comes to sending the bill, but don't always properly file insurance claims: you might literally get a bill from this place for a few thousand dollars for someone you didn't even know died. On the positive side, the rooms are comfortable and look decent enough. The cafeteria is a nice place to hang around while you wait for people, and can make a large variety as long as you don't have any medical requirements. I don't think I've ever had a person be rude to me here either, just exhausted. (3 months ago)

The staff has been so wonderful since I arrived. They have all been very helpful, caring, and always trying their best to make me smile while I get through my 2 overnight stay here at their hospital (a month ago)

Great staff experience except.... for Yolanda the admisions clerk. She has the bedside manor of a wet dishrag, but that may be to kind. She kept pressing for my 72 year old mother to give a “date” of retirement, while she was in pain from a broken arm. I provided Yolanda with a year for her records, but that didn’t satisfy her either. We let her know she was welcome to put down NA and we would amend the records if needed. Some how my mothers birthday was changed in the system from the time she arrived (wristband correct)to the time we got her prescription (DOB changed by 3years). I wonder how that happened Yolanda? (3 months ago)

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