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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Hannibal Regional Hospital is a 99-bed acute care hospital providing comprehensive health and wellness services to the residents of the tristate area. This facility ...

Hannibal Regional Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Marion County, MO.

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

Hannibal Regional 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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In a total of 5 trips, 3 times we were finally seen 2 hours late. Not even an acknowledgement of it. Surgery department checked my mid 30's wife, who works full time, and wasn't even scheduled to be in for an overnight stay, FOR BEDSORES. they literally checked every inch of her before surgery, and being completely stripped down for surgery in an area easily reachable while fully clothed, is not right. The nurses simply follow some procedure without any first hand knowledge of why that procedure is in place. They're nice enough people, but I would certainly not say they're the high water mark for medical treatment. Also didn't bother explaining that they'd be screwing into her head, didn't warn her about the shot to put her under would burn, nor the second shot.... is this a student hospital? Either way, I'll never step foot back in that building, and I'll be damned if I let my wife walk in there. We called 3 days after, as her incision was leaking. The paperwork said to call. They said the hospital or Dr would call back, well, the whole day went by, and no callback. 2 More times we called, different days, one day with a vision loss incident, NO CALL BACK! Great service, oh, no you already got the $55,000 so F the patient/CUSTOMER... (2 weeks ago)

I would give zero or negative stars if possible. Hannibal Regional Hospital has very shady billing practices. I went for a heart catheterization test and and was charged $34,045 for a standard procedure. They unbundled services and bill insurance companies twice for the same procedures. Example: a line item for "surgery" for $19,000.00. Then a series of other bill line items such as anesthesia, recovery, oxygen, IV, sutures, other surgical items, etc all billed separately. When I ask what is included in the $19,000 surgery line item they cannot answer the question. This unbundling leads to double deductibles and higher surgery costs. If you want a MAJOR billing surprise go to this hospital and get ready for the shock of your life. If you don't want that surprise find another hospital and do yourself a favor and never set foot in this Hannibal Regional. The customer accounts manager even told us they get only 20 cents on the dollar for the uninsured. This means the insured get raped to make up for the hospital's "loss" when we all know they aren't losing a dime. PS - the hospital is working on a major expansion. I wonder how they paid for this if they really get 20 cents on the dollar for the uninsured? Probably has a lot to do with the deceptive unbundled billing practices. Don't believe my review? Ask this hospital if they unbundle services for billing purposes then do the math and figure out what your deductibles become. (3 months ago)

The worst hospital I have been to I waited over 2 hours and I still wasn't seen I walked out with my ear still at a 12 in pain scale thanks for nothing (3 months ago)

Delivered my son here and everything went great! Very professional and the rooms were huge! Very cozy and relaxing (9 months ago)

I went in for a puncher wound, it wasn't cleaned out before stitches and i went septic within 12 hours. then i spent the next week in the ICU were they weren't cleaning my wound and waiting to see if they would have to amputate. Thank god my wife was coming in daily to help me tell the doctor what was happening or I would be missing a limb. Then on another day I had a rash on my leg and it was so bad I went to the er and they told me that it was kidney failure, and for 4 hours I waited in a room hooked to an iv thinking I was going to be dying soon before they came in a told me "its just a rash here is some prednizone." you may just want to google it before going here! (9 months ago)

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