Acute Care Hospitals
Government - Hospital District or Authority


1500 SW 1ST AVE, OCALA, FL 34474
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Medicare Performace Measures


Below the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Below the national average


Below the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average


Munroe Regional Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Marion County, FL.

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

Munroe Regional Medical Center 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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Amazing, Amazing, Amazing staff! Kind welcoming. They had my little boy fed with a hot tray in less then 20min after asking. It means the world to me that he is comfortable while they are caring for me. It eased my mind and is helping me during this difficult time. It's also very clean lots of relaxed happy staff. It makes it a better stay to say the least. (2 months ago)

I am so upset with my recent visit to Labor and Delivery. I went in to the ER knowing I was not in labor but for a different concern/ complaint. I told check in this and she ignored me, told me I was in denial, and wrote down that the reason I was there was because of contractions. I let it go because I figured I could just update them on the situation once I got to L&D, which I did. The nurse (Karen) completely ignored what I said as to why I was there and kept saying “you’re not in labor”. I had to explain at least 5 times to her in the first hour what the real problem was. She wouldn’t listen at all. I would answer the same question over and over again only to have to correct her again when she did a recap of my answers. She also didn’t answer any of my or my husband’s questions so we were completely in the dark about what was going on. Furthermore, she asked how much water I drank that day (which was more than enough), and when I said I didn’t want the optional IV she laughed in my face! The last thing she said before we left was that I wasn’t in labor but not to worry because it will be worth it because of the baby which further confirmed that she didn’t listen to a word I said when I told her multiple times why I was there. The only reason I have given two stars and not one is because of another nurse, Donna. We called her in for answers as we were so frustrated with Karen and finally got the answers we were looking for. (2 weeks ago)

Having been a recent patient in the Observation Unit in Munroe, I have to say I have never been in better hands. From Patrick in the ER to David, Stacey and Trevor the care I was given was pristine. Stacey went out of her way to make sure I was comfortable and is a classy, wonderful lady. Trevor now was exceptional, maybe I say this because I spent more time with him, but this young man would make a great Politician, or maybe a Game show host or a Motivational Speaker. Charismatic, so ,so caring and right there when I needed him. He made me laugh even after the shock of having my first heart attack. His knowledge of medical anything is amazing, he could answer (correctly) any question I had. I love you all, and will never hesitate to use Munroe as my hospital of choice. Thank you all so much (4 months ago)

Although I hate being in ant hospital who really likes it. I have unfortunately had more than my share of stays in them. I recently moved so Munroe was completely new to me. I could complain about the food or be a picky person but I have to say the staff were wonderful. Can't say much about doctors since I barely saw any but the ones who do the work I have to say were wonderful. One stood out to me and I just have to praise her. Her name is Amanda. Don't know her last name but she was on the unit where stoke patients are.Whatevervthey pay her is not enough She went above and beyond what she had to and I just can't say enough nice things about her. Hope someone reads this and let's her know She is doing a fantastic job (2 months ago)

Just had a baby boy and I must say, I am impressed. Everyone was friendly except for one particular day shift nurse. Frequent visits after delivery from Birth Certificate service, Housekeeping, Dietary, Photography Supervisior of the floor, and Survey folks of the Hospital. Got a free onesie for little man, 2 delicious cakes, and Apple Juice in a wine bottle. The down part about here is the food. Its exceptional but not all that, also Dietary left 3 trays in my room without picking them back up. But everything else was okay. (3 weeks ago)

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