Acute Care Hospitals
Proprietary

GREAT FALLS CLINIC HOSPITAL

3010 15TH AVENUE SOUTH, GREAT FALLS, MT 59405
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Not Available (Results are not available for this reporting period)

Safety

Not Available (Results are not available for this reporting period)

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average

Timliness

Same as the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About GREAT FALLS CLINIC HOSPITAL

3010 15TH AVENUE SOUTH
GREAT FALLS, MT 59405

The Great Falls Clinic Hospital has several offsite locations that are considered outpatient departments. 3000 15th Ave South Echocardiography, Infusion, Laboratory ...

Great Falls Clinic Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Cascade County, MT.

Great Falls Clinic Hospital does not have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Great Falls Clinic Hospital 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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Reviews

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My son was in the clinic and was given the best care of services. He asked questions and revived sound clear feedback on taking better care of himself. Great job GF clinic. (2 months ago)

I have had my hip replaced in Sept 2017 and now currently there for 2nd hip but this one had some issues so in here a bit longer. The doctor, nurses and CNAs are amazing. They take the time to make you not only medically taken care of but emotionally too. I will never use Benefis again. This place is always clean and you always feel you cared for. Thank you all. (5 months ago)

Yesterday was our first time going to the emergency room at this hospital. At first I was very impressed by how fast everything was moving along. My son fell off the monkey bars at school and broke his humerus. The nurse, dr, xray tech all come in the room rather quickly. The dr informed us that the nurse (Chris) would be bringing my son pain medication. After 1.5 hrs Chris came back and wanted to know what was going on.....i let him know the Dr. Said that Chris would bringing pain meds this nurse has no idea he was supposed to be bringing meds. He told us he would go see what was happening. He didn't come back.....I finally went out to the nurse station to see what the heck was taking so long. Chria avoided me not one person asked if i needed help. I finally ran into The dr. Matt and asked if he knew what was taking so long on the pain medication he had no idea but said be he would come talk to us. Thats when informed us his arm was broke. At this point Matt the dr directed everything to my husband said he would be back with the xrays. When he came back my husband had stepped out to use the restroom. Matt looked around the room and then looked at me and said oh well I guess I'll go over these with you amd you can relay whats going on. Um you guess..I'm his mother!!! My husband came back when he was going over the xrays after that Matt directed everything to my husband. I felt very discriminated like he didn't want to talk to me because I was a women. Long story short chris never came back with pain meds...horrible nurse!! Ed came and gave my son pain meds about 20 min before we were discharged. Thank you Ed you were wonderful. Chris you should find another carrier obviously your heart isn't in this job. Matt I hope that was a misunderstanding!! (7 months ago)

This is the most caring and helpful facility I have ever gone to. Clean, lots of parking, and professional. Such a caring group. (10 months ago)

Was very impressed by the young lady at the desk who greeted me and my very sick child, the nurse who walked us back was super nice and patient with a sick and wiggly 1yr old child. Dr. Gianarelli on the other hand did not have the best bedside manner. I informed him my son has tubes in his ears and if he has an ear infection he's going to probably need antibiotic drops, instead he gave him a normal oral antibiotic solution... frustrating. Other than that I was happy to be in and out of the ER in just over an hour! (a year ago)

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