Critical Access Hospitals
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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


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Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


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2.6 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
4 / 5 from Center for Medicare Services (This hospital’s star rating only includes data reported on inpatient services)



Established in 1922 in Park Falls, Flambeau Hospital serves the communities of northern Wisconsin with personalized, compassionate care. Our 24-hour critical access ...

Flambeau Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Price County, WI.

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

Flambeau Hospital 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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This hospital is a complete and utter joke and a disgrace to the marshfield name they carry. The receptionist was horribpy rude and unhelpful and the nurse was even worse. Your better off going to a animal vet than this shack full of morons. (5 months ago)

I have always had very positive experiences at Flambeau hospital. Even on occasions when my "emergency" turned out to be not so drastic, the staff there have been patient, helpful, and understanding. (10 months ago)

This is the worst hospital I've EVER been too!!!!! My brother and I lived in Phillips and this was the closest hospital. My brother help for help early one morning so I took him in. The nurse and Doctor he had were great! With that being said there was a couple of ass whole nurse by the nurses station that were making really rude comments about my brother and I. I worked 70 hours a week at a nursing home plus went to school full time. But she acted like we were scum. II was sooooooo mad at the nurses around the station! Then sometime later I hurt my back at work and I worked all day and I was in class I went into the doctors because my back was killing me and I didn't have therapy until later on in the week. So I went into the emergency room to try to get some relief. I couldn't take the pain any longer and by any means not a drug seeker I barely take any Tylenol. But I heard the nurse outside the door say that I needed to suck it up and just go to therapy that said I was wasting your time. And that I just needed to deal with the pain and get over it. I didn't ask for Vicodin or anything by that means I was just kind of hoping that I could get a shot in the butt to relieve the pain until I went to physical therapy. But they ended up giving me Vicodin for my back pain and a muscle relaxer to help with back spasms. As soon as she walked through the door she complained that they were very busy and it didn't have a lot of time for anything she went over my medication that they gave me and told me that I needed to do my exercises regardless of pain and I need to deal with it. I've always been a hard worker and I've I don't just go to hospitals for fun. Anybody that's ever heard they're back knows how horrible can be especially being a CNA when you have to lift all day. She was the rudest nurse that I've ever met in my life she was cocky and she just assumed that I was a drug seeker. I felt embarrassed that I went in even though I couldn't take the pain and was dealing with the pain for quite some time. Tylenol wasn't helping therapy wasn't helping at that time but it eventually eventually did. I just remember feeling worthless after I heard her cut me down in the hall and then how rude she was to me in person. I've been working in the medical for 6 medical field for 6 years and I would never make anyone feel as bad as she made me feel. Where I work people like that would get fired. Working in the medical field you see all sorts of people but you're not supposed to judge them cuz you don't know them you don't know what they're going through. But as soon as she walked the door she started judging me. I should have stopped to take her name and reported her. But you made me feel so worthless I just wanted to get out of there and I had to work early in the morning. (11 months ago)

Don't.... Go somewhere else (5 months ago)

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