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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Midtown Medical Center. Midtown Medical Center traces its roots back to 1836 when the Columbus, GA hospital was a small wooden building on the banks of the ...

Midtown Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Muscogee County, GA.

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

Midtown Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - other 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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I would give them 0 stars if I could... I took my son to the pediatric emergency room 03/22/2018 he was breathing funny he had a high fever of 101.1 not eating really not drinking and coughing REALLY bad and on top of all of that he has asthma so they get me signed in call us to the back did his vitals then put us in this room so we waiting for the doctor to come in and let me know what was going on with my son.So the doctor finally came in she listen to his chest and said he sounds clear I said okay so she went on to ask me did I give my son the flu shot and I told her no that I don't believe in it and I didn't want Him to have it so she forgot about the whole reason we were there and started being really pushie like she want me to say okay give him the flu shot WAS NOT GOING TO HAPPEN so now we going back and forth she telling me well I don't no why you came here because I can't do nothing for him take him home and give him honey she didn't prescribed him no steroids to help his coughing or anything so I got my son and got ready to leave now at this point i am frustrated, mad,upset because my son didn't get the proper treatment from a pediatric emergency room so she tells me well you can't leave until you sign the papers and if you leave we going to send you a bill I ask her a bill for what because it's not like she did her job they did NOTHING for my son I will NOT recommend this hospital to no mother if you love you child don't put them or even yourself to that disappointment because from what I seen she was only worried about a bill and my son is STILL sick I am from Florida first time at that hospital and to get that kind of treatment if you have to drive a extra mile to get to another hospital TAKE it because that hospital is not fit to care for someone sick child....😠😠😠 (a month ago)

Would like to say thank you to the ICU staff Nurses and Doctors for the wonderful care they all provided for my late Wife while she was on ICU. Any questions we had were answered very kindly and with respect to all of us during a very trying time for my family. In short the ICU team is top notch. Also would like to say your E.R. staff is great also would recomend this Hospital to any one (3 months ago)


I was involved in a car accident in December and transported to Midtown Medical Center. The ER staff and Radiology Dept did a good job of addressing my injuries and ensuring I would have the proper Physical Therapy care after the accident. If that were the end of my story, the hospital would be receiving 5 stars. However, I have been unable to get my medical records and I have been waiting for almost 3 weeks. The care at the hospital may have been above average but the administrative side of this hospital may be the worst I have ever encountered. (2 months ago)

The Midtown Medical ER is a waste of resources. Only go to this ER if you literally have no other choice and are on the verge of death. The rest of the clinics here are fine. The staff in the ER are the only saving grace and why I didn't give this place a 1 star. They want to help people but generally can't if they value their jobs. Hypochondriacs, people with the cold/flu trying to get antibiotics and drug addicts trying to get a fix are why the ER has had to implement a lot of changes to their policies. The rest of the idiotic changes however are from bureaucratic nonsense designed to get the most amount of money out of your insurance providers, for the least amount of care possible. Face facts, healthcare is a business now. One which doesn't care about the patient and only cares about customer turnover. Get as many patients in and out and use as little resources as possible while maximizing profitability. (3 months ago)

My granddaughter was in NICU. The staff is highly trained, professional and gave her the best care possible. And they didn't just treat the patient, they nurtured her and the parents through a difficult time. (a week ago)

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