Critical Access Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

MOAB REGIONAL HOSPITAL

450 WEST WILLIAMS WAY, MOAB, UT 84532
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

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Safety

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Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

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Timliness

Same as the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Not Available (Results are not available for this reporting period)

About MOAB REGIONAL HOSPITAL

450 WEST WILLIAMS WAY
MOAB, UT 84532

Moab Regional Hospital is a 17-bed not-for-profit Critical Access Hospital and Level IV Trauma Center located in Moab, Utah, and is the leader in healthcare in ...

Moab Regional Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Grand County, UT.

Moab Regional Hospital does have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

Moab Regional Hospital 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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Reviews

While traveling thru southern Utah, we stopped and myself and 2 grandsons walked up Wilson's arch. I slipped on the way down and broke my ankle. I didn't need a Dr to tell me that. Nearest hospital was Moab Regional. What a blessing! We got there about 12:00 pm went into surgery at 3:00. Could not have asked for better workers. While waiting for surgery the staff was having ice cream sundaes. They went to the lobby and got 2 very scared, frightened, crying little boys and invited them to the ice cream party. Being from south Alabama it's great to see that there are still good people out there for when you need them. (2 weeks ago)

Nurses and staff are extremely helpful and personable. I'm not sure how much they get paid, but they deserve a raise. The hospital itself is composed of a great team that gets things done efficiently and effectively. Doctor Quinn does well at the surgery part of his job. I've had my ACL reconstructed multiple times, and this is the first time I feel as though it was done properly. However, he severely lacks bedside manner and cultural competency. I appreciate a doctor who is right to the point and gets the job done, but it is also vital to be aware of who your patients are and where they are coming from. His demeanor felt degrading and cold at times. I think it would be beneficial for him to take classes and brush up on his people skills. However, this being said I would like to restate that my knee feels better than it ever has. (2 months ago)

Very professional and caring staff and doctors. Dr. Steven Rouzer's explanations were informative and clear. Wish we had his practice in our hometown. (a month ago)

Your care at this hospital depends on the professional you see. Georgia in the ER (I believe she's an LPN) has always been cold and indifferent. Doesn't listen and doesn't care. I have kyphosis of the spine and have chronic pain. When I do get a sprain or any type of injury I try to see ANY provider besides the ER. Georgia has rolled her eyes while I've talked to her before. Don't go without a witness. I had bleeding ulcers also before, and my blood count would be quite low. I was told by my physician to watch it and if I felt faint or had bloody stools to come in to the ER. One time I came in with bloody black tarry stools (meaning my stomach was bleeding). The nurse who was working handed me a glove and told me to do my own gouiac (sp?) exam, since I'd had so many I should know how to do it. They stood outside my room and talked about how it's all mental and I'm 'obsessed' with my blood counts. Well yeah. I didn't want to die. Finally had the problem corrected at St Mary's in Grand Junction, which is a hospital I highly recommend. (5 months ago)

In July 2017, I fell while hiking in Arches National Park and broke my arm. My experience at the ER was incredibly good; caring nurse Tim and x-ray technician Heidi (?) and Dr. Alexander. They set me up with Dr. Quinn (Ortho) to be seen two days later, and the following day I had surgery. We were traveling by motorhome at the time, and the whole process only delayed our scheduled travel by one day. I subsequently received three or four phone calls from the staff to check on my progress and well being. I could not have asked for better care. (11 months ago)

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