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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

Same as 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)



Fayette County Memorial Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Fayette County, OH.

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

Fayette County Memorial Hospital is a government - local 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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I can happily say, this is one of the best hospitals I’ve ever been to. I went into the er, five minutes later I was in the back getting examined,then directly to a room. Everyone’s so professional and go out of their way to make you as comfortable as they can. (5 months ago)

Went to the ER due to feeling weak and dizzy for the past two days. Got there at 10:45. Didn't get to leave until 3 am. They took my blood and a test on my heart. Then we waited 2 hours. They came in a few times to do vidals and then asked me to give them a urine sample. 20 minutes later they came back, told me everything came back okay and sent me home. Didn't tell me what could have caused it, didn't give me any tips like drink more fluids, or drink some juice. NOTHING. They practically made me sit for 5 hours to tell me they don't know what's wrong with me. If they didn't, then they should of sent me to somewhere that does NOT home. (11 months ago)

one star is over rated . . . the worst er experience of my life (3 months ago)

It's a band-aid station. If u have an emergency and want proper care. Go to Greenfield hospital (7 months ago)

I was brought in by amblence to the er because of heat exhaustion and extreme dehyration from my work that this frequently occurs at. Only recieved half a pint of fluid from the parametics, the hopsital straight refused to give me any more fluids. I asked for pain meds due to the head ache I developed from the dehydration and they refused to give them to me until my husband went to them and explained why I needed them and after 1 1/2 hrs after asking I got them. They insisted they had to take my blood and blew 2 veins trying to get my blood and ended up taking it from the iv tube. They took about 10 ml of blood ( half of that they threw away due to it having the iv fluid in it) Note: They inisited on taking my blood when my blood pressure and heart rate were really low. Blood pressure 60/40 and I am unsure of the heart rate when they took my blood They had me on a heart moniter for over 3 hrs beause of this. Then they made me get up and do a urine test when I was still shaky. The only reason I didn't pass out again was because my husband was having me drink from my canteen of water. After my urine test, the entire staff's attitude towards me did a 180 and suddenly they were much nicer because they now had proof that I was telling the truth that I was not a drug addict like they assumed. When I had gotten my pain medicine, it hurt when injected because I have over sensitive nerves. The nurse insisted that either I was making it up or that I was just imagining a burning sensation because I was nervous. At the end they determined that I passed out from having low magnesium not dehydration. I only was more dehydrated during their tests because my husband was taking care of me while the nurses rarely visited and only to check vitals. Honestly I feel that I could have been seriously harmed during my visit because of the poor care I recieved. (9 months ago)

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