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Same as the national average


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Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


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Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



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Gibson Community Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Ford County, IL.

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

Gibson Community Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

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Waited for over 2hrs for CT to be done. Only one other person waiting to be registered. ???? What's the problem??? Used to be a fantastic hospital . Used to be. Scheduling a procedure is a joke. (a week ago)

Had diagnostic CT. Registration was quick, got in for scan fast and was done in minutes. The staff explained everything, told me what to expect and answered all of my questions. The CT room looked like NASA, with equipment at least on par and probably better than other major hospitals in the area. They were fast, efficient and professional. (4 months ago)

Had a sleep test done in October 2017. Gibson Hospital charges over $2,000.00 more for this test than you could get one done in Champaign. They said I needed a CPAP. Hospital sent the order to a company in Champaign that is not in my insurance network. This happened in December. I tried to get them to send It to a company that is in my network. (They know my insurance company, why would they think It would be a good idea to go out of network, unless they get big kickback form out of network company? Doctor says it is the hospitals responsibility to send prescription to the in network company. Hospital says it's the Doctors responsibility. It is now after the first of the year and my insurance out of pocket expense starts over. This means another $1,600 for me. The hospital sleep clinic and billing were supost to call me back a couple of weeks ago and they have not. My conclusions are: 1. I don't really need the machine and Gibson Hospital is milking me and the insurance company. 2. I really do need it, and they don't care if I die. 3. No one at Gibson Hospital cares about anything but the money. My final recommendation would be, if you are considering Gibson Hospital for anything, GO SOMEWHERE ELSE. They DO NOT GET IT. (4 months ago)

Patient Experience: Patient Care -> Often Poor, Med frequency not administered according to Dr orders Floor Staff-> Extremely Under Staffed for patient load Rehab Staff -> Offensive Patient Registration -> Inaccurate Patient Discharge Process -> Chaos Grateful to get home .. never to return to Gibson City Area Hospital again! (5 months ago)

In 2014 I was in a car accident, rolled a car in a ditch after the door had flung open and rolled multiple times. I was sent home after having gone to the hospital and had multiple tests and x-rays done. Later that night at home, I found a gash in my back with a lot of bruising and big enough for stitching. They may have seen it if they would have removed my shirt and actually examined me. This year, I had a smashed toe with blood under the nail and a lot of pressure and I had to ask them to puncture it to let the blood out in order to relieve the pressure. Their response was, "It might help." They didn't know how to use their equipment. They questioned the amount of pain I was in after I had told them and was fairly adamant about my answer. They're like, are you sure you're in that much pain? I only went there because they were closer than Champaign and I was in pain that was barely tolerable. (a year ago)

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