Acute Care Hospitals
Government - Local

MADISON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

450 EAST MAIN STREET, REXBURG, ID 83440
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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

Above the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About MADISON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

450 EAST MAIN STREET
REXBURG, ID 83440

Madison Memorial Hospital serves the communities of Rexburg, Rigby, and Yellowstone. This includes the counties of Fremont, Jefferson, Madison and Teton.

Madison Memorial Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Madison County, ID.

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

Madison Memorial Hospital is a government - local 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

Ended up having a scheduled c-section in January for my little girl. From check-in, the surgical team, to recovery, and our actual hospital stay, everything was absolutely amazing. We were admitted during the weekend, so the lactation consultants were out but our night nurse was such an amazing help. Definitely made our experiences of having our first child an extraordinary one! Would definitely recommend Madison to anyone I know! (2 months ago)

While a student in the area, I developed severe, unexplained leg pain. I was directed by my out-of-state primary care physician to seek emergency medical attention because my health history suggested it could be a blood clot. My friends drove me to the ER, but had to return to other commitments which meant that I spent the majority of my time alone in the MM ER. Despite the suspected blood clot, I was left in a room, alone, with the door closed. There were no monitors attached. The call button was across the room, and I was unable to move to that area. I was crying due to pain, so my face was a mess but the tissue box was also across the room. No one stepped in my room for more than an hour during that time. I could hear the nurses laughing and talking in the hallway, so I know they weren't too busy with other emergencies. When an ultrasound tech arrived to perform the scan, she was short-tempered and threw a towel at me. In the end, they didn't know what was wrong so they summed it up as a muscle cramp. I asked the nurse and doctor if it was usual to lose feeling in your toes and fingers due to a muscle cramp in a leg, and they said no, but didn't say anything else. The nurse was waiting for me to leave when I reminded her that I couldn't walk. I was carried into the ER. So then she went to ask the doctor to prescribe crutches. On my discharge sheet, it said to return to the ER if I felt any numbness or tingling in my fingers or toes- the same symptoms they did not evaluate and sent me home with. I took up my concerns within 24 hours with their patient care advocate. He "talked" to the care team, and they disagreed with my version so he wasn't going to do anything. Plus, he said the fact that I didn't come back to the ER with the symptoms was evidence that it couldn't have been too concerning. Actually, it's more like evidence that I didn't want more Emergency Room bills when their care teams were uncaring and incompetent. We received massive bills coded for life-threatening emergency, yet I didn't receive that level of care. When we called them again with our concerns about the costs compared to care, we were ignored. I told my friends following this incident that I didn't care if they thought I was dying- they could drive me somewhere else or let me die at home. Would give zero stars if possible! (2 months ago)

It has been a wonderful experience my wife had our baby 5 weeks early and they have been so nice to us and we have had to stay in the NICU so we got to know the nurses and everyone is great! (in the last week)

I had my baby here and he had to stay in the NICU for a couple weeks after and everyone was so kind and helped a first time mom out so much (in the last week)

I brought my 8 month old baby in because he had a bad cold that was making breathing more difficult for him. The doctor knew it was croup right away and gave him steroids which opened his airway. A few days later he was better. The nurses and respiratory were also very helpful and kind. I love this hospital. I delivered my baby here and it was also a great experience. (5 months ago)

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