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Medicare Performace Measures


Above the national average


Below the national average


Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Below the national average



Glenwood Regional Medical Center is a 278-bed, state-of-the-art hospital located in West Monroe, Louisiana, that offers comprehensive healthcare services.

Glenwood Regional Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Ouachita County, LA.

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

Glenwood 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

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The Cardiology floor is amazing! Thank You! My Dad is there getting excellent care.- after 15 days my Dad is home! He had quintuple bypass surgery and Carotid Artery Surgery. Dr.Donias,the nurses,and the housekeeping were so good to him. We are thankful to have him home. (3 weeks ago)

They say you have to start off with something interesting if you want to get someone to keep reading, so here it goes: If I had a family member having a heart attack, and we were staying right beside Glenwood I would still tell the ambulance to drive the extra 10 minutes to get to St Francis Medical Center because I seriously believe that my loved one would have a better chance of living with those odds. I'm not saying this to be funny, but because I truly believe it. I'm not talkin about the doctors here I don't know them and didn't see much of them, but my grandmother surgery as far as the doctor was involved seemed to go well. I'm saying this because of the care they will receive for the other 23 and a half hours a day that there's not a doctor around. It is literally one of the worst experiences I can imagine anyone having in a hospital. I'm saying that's also because I want you to read it all before you take your loved one to this Hospital. Here is the whole story. My grandmother had to come here and stay for about a week. I could never find a nurse when we needed them. It was so bad that I literally had to leave the hospital a couple of times, just to cool off and gather my wits about me. I remember one time I came off the elevator and I could hear my grandmother yelling for help before I even got to her room. When I got into her room, she was laying on the bed in just her hospital gown with absolutely no cover and those rooms are freezing cold. She was crying and I asked her what happened. She said,"I spilled my water on the sheet and the Nurses Aide got mad and ripped the sheet off of me and left me here." I would have thought that she was just over exaggerating but the lady did not come back with the sheets for 20 minutes, until I had to go find her and get the sheets myself. Now I know what you're thinking why did I leave my grandmother there freezing for 20 minutes? I didn't I covered her up with my long jacket and waited just to see how long it would take because we had problems with them already getting her what she needed in a timely manner. To make things worse, she was there for an extra couple of weeks for physical therapy because she had broken her hip. My grandmother is a small lady and when they do the physical therapy they put this harness thing around the rib cage kind of under their arms and when they start to fall they use it to keep them up. One day about a week and a half into physical therapy, my grandmother started complaining about her back hurting badly. They took her down and X-rayed her and told us everything was okay. I thought my grandmother had just pulled a muscle or something. Well to get this story going anyway, about a week after my grandmother came home she was still complaining about her back hurting and it got so bad that even breathing hurt her. I took her to St. Francis Hospital in Monroe instead of back to Glenwood, and they gave her another x-ray. She had a compression fracture in her back in the exact spot that she had been hurting when they jerked her up with that harness at Glenwood. Of course I couldn't prove this happened but what are the odds and my grandmother's hurting badly and it happens while she's at Glenwood and then there x-ray finds nothing and she goes home, keeps hurting badly goes to a different hospital and their x-ray show is she has a compression fracture in the exact spot she was hurting at the first hospital. You tell me, you don't have to believe this but I'm telling you if you love your grandmother grandfather dad mom sister brother take them to Saint Francis because I promise that's the only Hospital we've been back to sense and it's not perfect but it's way better then Glenwood. Also stay away from The Guest House Nursing Home just a friendly warning I think most of the helpers they get fired from Glenwood go to work there. (2 months ago)

I went to ER in severe pain, for which I have been under a doctor's care. My doctor is on vacation, and the earliest I can see him is a whole week away. Apparently there was no doctor on call, because I had to see a Nurse Practitioner. She met me in the triage room. I was able to tell her specific details about my problem. She was very nice, but the first thing she told me was that they couldn't do anything for me but give me a shot that "might" last a couple of hours. I gave the triage nurse a typed list of my allergies, current medications, and medical history. When I got to the exam room I was put in a chair (no beds in the room). Sitting is excruciatingly painful. I was not examined at all. The nurse came in to give me a shot, but couldn't remember what the medication was, and had to go out and find out what it was. She came back in and told me, but it was one of the meds on my allergy list. I gave her my list (allergies were the first thing on the page) and told her that I had given it to the triage nurse, but she said the computer listed "no known allergies." It was a very expensive shot, but lesson learned. If I or anyone in my family need ER services, we will add another few minutes/miles to our hour-and-a-half drive and go to another hospital, and hopefully we will be able to see a doctor and be treated appropriately. (a month ago)

Well let me say I've been to this hospital three times since we moved here from slidell la and my first time in the er here was a nightmare experience but a week or so ago was admitted for two days and was admitted again this Friday and still in a room here now first off all all of the doctors and nurses and rest of the staff here have been wonderful and foods been great and I've also been able to have the wife by my side since we got here Friday and she slept by my side since I got Here and all the doctors and nurses and staff have treated her very nice as well also a special shout out to our day.nurse Mrs Hannah she has been very nice to us and she answered all of our questions and worrys and if was to ever have to come back we for sure would pick her as our nurse if we could and not sure who all will see this but wish her boss here would read this and pls recognized Mrs Hannah we are in room 267 and she was kind of enough to come tell us good bye what a awesome person and one of the best nurses I've ever had take care of me and was worried a lot about my procedure I'm having tomorrow a angiogram but Mrs Hannah lets us know we have nothing to worry.about that we are in a very good hands with my new heart doctor Dr charred and we believe her and agree we've been in very good hands since we got here (2 weeks ago)

Got there at 4am on way to Destin Fl from Texas. Son had kidney stone. Everyone was very friendly and Dr was especially nice and helpful. (a month ago)

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