Critical Access Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private


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3.6 / 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)



Jones Regional Medical Center is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Jones County, IA.

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

Jones Regional Medical Center 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

Location and Directions


I had a nasty fall and went to urgent care 36 hours later. When I went to check in they told me we can’t do stitches because it’s been over 24 hours and then they asked me if I had any broken bones, I wonder why I even went. They said they can’t do anything for me and I just needed to keep it clean. A week later I went to Marion urgent care they gave me a concussion test, checked my muscle strength, did x-rays and gave me medicine to help me heal. I will not waste my time going back to Anamosa urgent care it’s the same care I could do at home. (in the last week)

I cannot begin to even recommend nor tell you to receive any form of treatment at this facility. I went in after a month of extreme groin pain and was dismissed as not an "emergency" and felt deemed unworthy of medical attention. I had X Rays taken of my back, which is not a sign of a stress fracture that I was suffering with. I was handed off to a med. student and was even referred to as not an "emergency" and chastised more so for not having a local doctor, which is my medical choice. The general attitude was , what do you want me to do? I felt treated rudely and sub par with more emphasis on not having a local doctor. I had to return two weeks later after what was a stress fracture caused my hip give out and completely fracture resulting in trauma surgery at the U of I. I fell at my home and had to be transferred by ambulance after there was no possibility of moving me in my vehicle five blocks to the Anamosa ER. After a second round of extremely painful x-rays I was transferred to the U of I but was never fully explained as to what was happening. No communication, extreme pain that could have been avoided had my case been listened to at my prior visit could have saved a significant amount of time, pain, money, insurance and trauma on my account and my daughters. DO NOT go to this establishment unless you have no other choice or go to another Unity Point for help. One star is generous and this ER is anything but a place for any medical treatment under this doctor. One positive, and I am thankful for the ambulance team. Thankfully, they showed up and did their job. Your kindness, professionalism and assessing the situation was top notch. You deserve all the stars. You helped with my daughter as well and I can't begin to thank you for responding to my pain levels. Your professionalism and understanding kept me and most importantly my daughter calm. Big hearts and so much help. Do not seek treatment unless you have no choice as in my case. I was mistaken in thinking you went to a medical facility for help for anything medical related. (2 months ago)

Nurses were nice, but we were dismissed in the ER as nothing wrong with my uncle. Told not dehydrated and to follow up with his doctor. Well he has a bowel blockage snd now facing days in the hospital. And he was dehydrated!! They treated us like we were stupid! (a month ago)

This place is shity (4 months ago)

(6 months ago)

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