Critical Access Hospitals
Government - Hospital District or Authority

LOST RIVERS HOSPITAL

551 HIGHLAND DRIVE, ARCO, ID 83213
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Medicare Performace Measures

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Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

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3.8 / 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 LOST RIVERS HOSPITAL

551 HIGHLAND DRIVE
ARCO, ID 83213

Currently, Lost Rivers Medical Center operates as a Critical Access Hospital (CAH), the designation of which was established by law under the Medicare program.

Lost Rivers Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Butte County, ID.

Lost Rivers Hospital does have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

Lost Rivers Hospital is a government - hospital district or authority 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

Great medical center! Offers pretty much anything you might need . Imaging, ER dept, medical clinic , physical therapy , pharmacy, eye center, lab and chiropractic care. Pretty impressive for a small town! (8 months ago)

Terrible experience in every way imaginable. Go anywhere but here. (6 months ago)

Last night I woke up at 4am in a panic, because somerhing was stuck in my throat, and I was having trouble swallowing. It hurt in my chest and back, but I could breathe and talk, so maybe I was overreacting. My husband was away, so I was alone with our toddler. I called the nurse's line at the medical center, and the lady (didn't catch her name) helped me calm down and suggested some things to try to keep moving the blockage down, while also saying it was totally okay to come in and get checked out. She was a very nice person who made a scary sitaution better. (a year ago)

I'm super grumpy. (8 months ago)

(a year ago)

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