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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


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Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


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Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

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2.6 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
3 / 5 from Center for Medicare Services (This hospital’s star rating only includes data reported on inpatient services)



Memorial Hospital is Mt. Washington Valley's most complete healthcare facility, offering primary care, a lab, imaging, birthing, and outpatient practices.

Memorial Hospital, The is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Carroll County, NH.

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

Memorial Hospital, The 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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Was brought in by ambulance after falling of my horse during the horse drive, the complete we staff ( including Dr. Huyn, whom I got to know as a very professional and courteous person.) Not knowing if my insurance would pay for the suggested cat scan they were very willing to just make some X-rays these showed I wasn't hurt life threatening so they let me go home with some good pain meds and the advice that if my well-being changed I had to come back right away. I cleared my coverage and went back in next morning. After extensive tests they decided to keep me in and took extremely good care of me. Will be discharged tomorrow and I hope if I ever come in a situation where I am depended of other people I will get in the hands of the ambulance crues of the volunteers an Maybelle and especially the dedicated staff of MRH Craig. One final note to all the negatives: Sometimes things can go a way that you would like to have different, have the courtesy to talk to the people in question or their superiors before putting down an institution your life may one day depent on. (2 weeks ago)

I have lived in Moffat county since 2005 and have visited the Memorial hospital MANY times. I have multiple gastrointestinal issues tied to my microscopic colitis and fibromyalgia. I have flare ups quite often where I cannot get ahead of the nausea and vomiting I’m experiencing and need to seek care for iv fluids and a shot of anti nausea medication, so my body can break the cycle. This happens at least every 2-3 months, for the past 5 years, so you could say they should be well aware of my issues and the treatment needed. Unfortunately, every time I visit this hospital, I have a bad experience. Sometimes I will have a nice interaction with one of the nurses or ER doctors that are on staff, but whatever negative thing that happens outweighs the good. I can say on almost every occasion I’ve visited, whether I was the patient or not, I’ve heard and observed staff talking unkindly about myself and other patients reasons for being there- they’re appearance- and discuss among one another loudly whether or not they believe the patient actually has the prior documented illness. This is especially ugly and unprofessional to do with individuals whom are seeking care and comfort from whatever pain or ailment brought them there to seek treatment. I have also had multiple issues with this hospital properly billing us. I have been sent to collections for bills that have not been properly billed to my insurance. I’ve always had them removed, but at that point my credit had been dinged. (3 months ago)

Worst hospital I have been in ever, the help is not where it should be in mean we waited 4 hours to be seen by a dr after the first hour we asked the guy at the counter and he was rude and short ... then we went to a room in the back and sat for over 3 hours before being helped... (in the last week)

Takes them 3 times to get a UA and breathalyzer, must need more training here!! (a month ago)

I was recently seen in the Emergency Department by Kenneth Totz MD.. for a crohnic illness and a prior nerve injury to my right leg that had been progressively getting worse and yes, I had seen my general physician prior to going to the Emergency Department... he immediately stated upon entering the room 'I am a trauma Doctor not a Specialist'... he then had radiology take an unnecessary xray of my pelvis.. after that was negative as expected.. he stated, ' I can give you 665mg of Tylenol for pain'... I then stated I just took 600mg of Tylenol with no relief.. he then offered Motrin.. which most knowledgeable Doctors know due to the chronic illness I have you never prescribe NSAIDS.. I said 'thank you' but 'no thank you' then again explained the chronic illness I've had for over 27yrs and why NSAIDS are dangerous.. he again basically did not acknowledge my concerns and I was discharged with an Rx for Motrin 500mg which is a NSAID.. unfortunately, I understand why many Moffat County residents(I reside north of Hayden) prefer to be seen at Yampa Valley Medical Center in Steamboat and when I've been ambulatory the EMS teams have always recommended they take me to YVMC over Craig Memorial.. (5 months ago)

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