Critical Access Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

HARDIN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

921 EAST FRANKLIN STREET, KENTON, OH 43326
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

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

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

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Timliness

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Effectiveness

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Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

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2.2 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
Not Available / 5 from Center for Medicare Services (There are too few measures or measure groups reported to calculate a star rating or measure group score)

About HARDIN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

921 EAST FRANKLIN STREET
KENTON, OH 43326

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Hardin Memorial Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Hardin County, OH.

Hardin Memorial Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Hardin Memorial 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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Reviews

Recently had a baby there. Even though we waited for a room to be available, everyone was very kind and helpful. I understand that it gets very busy and they’re making sure all patients’ needs are being met. I am very happy with my experience and I loved all the nurses who cared for me and my baby. My midwife is also amazing, and so were the doctors who were there who helped with my care. (2 months ago)

Waited for over six hours just to be in a room and be told that we were waiting on papers to be discharged. What was so upsetting was the lack of communication. A nurse told us the doctor was on the way and then an hour and a half past and a new nurse came to tell us the same thing. We checked with the old nurse and even she didn't know where the doctor was. All we got out of the visit was a test and results, no meds for the patient from the doctor , it was just frustrating. They weren't overwhelmed or anything we could see. Tragically tragic stuff, lucky for us the issues weren't life threatening. (a week ago)

Excellent staff, quick check in and easy to navigate facility. I was in a lot of pain and they did everything they could to make me comfortable and ease my worries. Billing and insurance was a breeze. No complaints at all. Great experience. (a month ago)

Hospital of last resort. They offer fentanyl as the first option for pain management.... no wonder KY has an opioid problem. Using the call button from a hospital bed will connect you to someone at the nurse desk, which would be great if they followed through with actually fulfilling your request like turning off a beeping IV infuser. Thankfully somebody will happen to walk in two hours later so that's nice. Of course, when you are managing a persistent fever and high resting heart rate due to an infection it would be nice if it didn't take 2 hours to get a dose of medicine to prevent your fever from spiking to 104 degrees. You also get to explain to every new nurse or doctor what the last one was treating you with because nobody seems to read the treatment notes. This compounds the issues with getting basic medications. But hey it's central Kentucky. (2 months ago)

Worst experience of my life. I had to admit my daughter due to a bacterial infection. They couldn't give clear instructions. The policy stated that she had to be there a week on antibiotics which was fine. The problems came when they wanted to add another week just to milk my tri care insurance and get a reaction out of me due to the stress I was under. My daughters progress was exceptional. The antibiotics she was on worked. Why keep her when clearly you see she is responding well to the antibiotics ?However, knowing that they wanted to keep her longer than expected made me upset when they knew as nurses she was up and running. Certain nurses would bother my kid all thru the day. She was already tired and in pain due to the staph in her leg. They had to reinsert her Iv which is still a sore spot. And to add insult to injury upon leaving one of the nurses said a very racist slur to me about me being so dark that she couldn't see me. I was standing by a window and the sun was shining so of course you wouldn't be able to see anyone. I hated my entire stay. They were very fake and showed fake concern. I'll never forget this experience. Also, petting on my child like she was in a petty zoo, called her crazy cause she was so happy. Rubbing thru her hair like they've never seen a beautiful black baby before. Then when they saw how smart she was they wanna down play me as a parent like Wow! Your so smart and things of that caliber. I despise this place and God's will I will not come back to this hateful hospital. If I could rate this hospital it would be negative. They don't really know how to show empathy. I forgive them and I pray those individuals get their hearts right with God. (a week ago)

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