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FULTON, MO 65251

Fulton Medical Center, formerly known as Callaway Community Hospital, operates as a 37-bed acute care facility, and is the only hospital in Fulton, Missouri and Callaway County.

Fulton Medical Center Llc is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Callaway County, MO.

Fulton Medical Center Llc does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Fulton Medical Center Llc 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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I injured my knee at work. It pops in and out, is extremely swollen and is causing me extreme pain. The doctor just walked in and stated without even evaluating my knee or having me get off the examing table, "Because you can walk, there is no problem with your knee." Umm...I went to EMT school and I obviously know more than you learned in medical school! Seriously, a big joke!!! (in the last week)

I was in and out of the ER in less than 3 hours. The lab is always friendly and fast with outside orders. I am glad to be able to keep my business in Fulton. (5 months ago)

Place is terrible since being sold. The physicians are jaded and mostly foreign med graduates, essentially the bottom of the barrel. I went to er for some neurological problems I was experiencing, shaking, loss of sensation in limbs and blurry vision. The er doctor said it was stress and that I needed to take a xanax, and he also tried giving me Oxycodone for my muscle pain. I refused both, I could tell he just writes out narcotics to get people to go away. He refused to even run blood test, said it was a waste of his time. I immediately left and went to boone hospital upon arrival there they rushed me back and diagnosed me with a neurological condition. I am debating filling a malpractice suit against the physician and hospital. Place is nothing more then a glorified emergency pill mill. They should have a bowl of percocet in the lobby. I overhead two people with 10 out of 10 "back pain" get 90 pill Percocet prescriptions, what's funny was when I was leaving they where outside high fiving eachother walking fine. So if your a junkie and need to score a large amount of painkillers this is your place, if you want actual medical care go someplace else. (3 months ago)

Fast Friendly Service. The Lady that tends the giftshop is a blessing all in her own. (3 months ago)

This place is the worst medical facility I have been to. First there is no privacy in the dirty Er. There are no call lights, no where to wash hands. The dr that wrote the rx only signed his name. He didn't write is License number on the rx and it is federal law to provide that information. When I pointed that out to Norman Davis and the risk manger (I was never told her name) I was told that they don't need to provide that information becaise someone could make a copy of the script and forge narcotics. That is the most bs I have ever heard. There are safegaurds in place that make copying a prescription imposible. Then when we left the er they refused to take my insurance information and refused to bill my insurance because we lived out of state. When I arrived home to Michigan I looked in my insurance handbook and discovered that out of state emergency services are covered. So I called to talk to Norman Daivs about it. I got his voicemail so I called the billing department. That is where things got worse. I have never been treated so poorly by medical professionals. The only person that I think highly of is a receptionist named Sue who anwsered the phone and was able to calm me down. I was sobbing when she anwsered the phone. I had just been hung up on by a woman named Angel in the billing deparment. She was the rudest person I have ever dealt with on the phone. She has very poor customer service skills and should not be working in a job where she has to talk to people. Sue was very helpful and friendly. She calmed me down and took my information and reported the employee who was so rude to me. As I was writing thos Mr. Davis called me back to tell me that they can't bill my insurance because it will not be paid. He kept comparing my daughters insurance and situation to other peoples insurance (people that were out of state but not from Michigan). Saying that he knew it won't be covered because this and this state didn't pay for services. I am waiting to here back from the hospital administrator. I will be telling her all my concerns and complaining about the rude employees. I will update my post when I hear back. (8 months ago)

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