Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

HARRINGTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-1

100 SOUTH STREET, SOUTHBRIDGE, MA 01550
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Same as the national average

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above 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 HARRINGTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-1

100 SOUTH STREET
SOUTHBRIDGE, MA 01550

Harrington Memorial Hospital-1 is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Worcester County, MA.

Harrington Memorial Hospital-1 does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Harrington Memorial Hospital-1 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

My wife was sent to the emergency room last July 14, 2017 with a bowel blockage. They did have security, but that is for the protection of the patients and staff. My wife was taken in right away while I had to empty my pockets. The staff was as courteous as I would expect in an emergency room situation. There usually very little time for small talk. She was admitted later that evening. We have nothing but good things to say about the staff at the hospital. Also We feel that the cancer center there has to be one of the best available. If anyone is worried about being sent to Harrington Hospital. I would rather be sent there than to Worcester as the care is the same or better. (3 months ago)

I have tried to be an advocate to get my mother the care she needs. I have now been ‘confronted’ in the hall by 2 different Hospitalists. One actually complained that a nurse said my family said something derogatory about her. I told her I had no idea what she was talking about. The idea that a nurse is starting gossip with other staff, that then affects the care the patient receives, is jus appalling. I have never seen such unprofessional behavior in a medical facility. Another Hospitalist informed me that I was welcome to take my mother somewhere else. If I had known then what I know now, believe me I would have. My mother contracted C-diff there, and they shipped her out to rehab to infect people there. Some people there are very good, but unfortunately that’s completely offset by many people who have no business working in the medical profession. This hospital used to be very good. What the heck changed?!!!! (3 months ago)

The worst emergency room staff I've ever encountered. Called ahead and still waited 2 hours before we called it quits, yeah that's right 2 hours, and to top it off, we weren't even seen by a Dr. The only thing that took place was them checking us in! This was for a 3 year old child mind you! Despicable care, lazy staff. If I could give this pit a 0 star review it would have it! Step up you're game Harrington, you're a laughing stock compared to the other hospitals in Worcester county! (5 months ago)

Love my coworkers, but the management does not care about their employees. I would not suggest working here to anyone. No matter how hard we work, they would rather buy cake for an award that they don't deserve and buy property than pay their debt and give raises. Management is sneaky and shady. Sexual harassment claims go unnoticed, no breaks for supervisors, sexest bosses who allow for slack for their male employees (even if hippa is broken or threaten another employee). They don't deserve the "A+" for "Best Place To Work In 2017". They honestly need new hire ups. (6 months ago)

I visited Harrington hospital in concern to my own health. I was suffering from chest pains and body pain. I received a electrocardiogram exam that was conducted in 2 minutes. I felt mistreated as for how the exam when about. I had prior electrocardiogram exams that lasted an hour to two hours. I did not feel the patient care relationship at Harrington Hospital was professional nor adequate. To top it off, the nurse conducting the exam stuck the electrocardiogram strip on my left shoulder. And what was strange and concerning was the security. I have never seen a hospital to ever have such a large amount of security. The military bases hospitals don't even have security. Come to find out, as of July 21, 2017 Harrington Hospital medical staff are inputting wrong medical information on patient medical chart. ****Statement to such e.g,. that I am suicidal. Let me reiterate to everyone out there that I am not suicidal or have I every been. There is a life insurance scam going on, just can't pinpoint who the corporate of these Life Insurance scammer is.**** I have not been around anyone for the past 9+ years, nor have I kept in touch with anyone in my past. I take this as an abuse and medical malpractice. Ed Moore is the Director of this Hospital please reach out to him if anyone else have dealt with the same issues. Staff members in medical records would not return my telephone calls regarding the issue. I am requesting to have this information amended with the proper and appropriate information. What is wrong with these medical staff thinking they can just put anything on someone medical record without their acknowledgement and without it being true. I would say that I was being blindsided in the attempt to commit murder. Where is the ethical oath....? I believe that medical staff have no rights to put such inaccurate statements of information in patients medical files. It would be considered unethical and misconduct of malpractice. (9 months ago)

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