Acute Care Hospitals
Government - Local

RANSOM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

1301 S MAIN STREET, OTTAWA, KS 66067
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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 RANSOM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

1301 S MAIN STREET
OTTAWA, KS 66067

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Ransom Memorial Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Franklin County, KS.

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

Ransom 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

Location and Directions

Reviews

I established care today at the Wellsville Clinic. I saw Jackie Bauer. The staff was all very friendly and professional. Jackie was extremely thorough with my visit, also. She is being very proactive with a few options to better my health, those of which started immediately leaving the clinic. The others are follow ups, and I look forward to the calls to get those appointments set up. Thanks to everyone there for a great first visit. (2 months ago)

I live in Newton and I see Dr. Billy Perry here. He sends me to your hospital. They have always been professional and hard working. I usually go to there lab and x-ray area. I am in and out of there within 30 minutes. Yes they are remodeling but I haven’t had any trouble getting in and out (2 months ago)

Fast professional care grateful to have efficient well trained physician that took care of a severe allergic reaction rapidly (a month ago)

My husband has severe cervical spinal stenosis. On friday April 6 at 2am he started having severe pain. We had him taken to ransom where they gave him a pain shot told him to go home we went to leave and he was unable to walk. That afternoon we went to another ER. Same nothing wrong go home. By now he cant use his arms walk or empty his bladder(all are signs his condition is worse) so we tried one more time at Ransom. Dr Mitts was on duty. He believed my husband and took immediate action. He got in contact with his neurologist. Who insisted he be transported immediately to Stormont Vail on Saturday my husband underwent a 7 hr surgery. THANK YOU Dr Mitts. I truly believe your actions saved my husband from permanent paralysis. You are the best. We owe you are undying gratitude (3 months ago)

RMH. I know you working on it. You still have a ways to go. If you were the first hospital that ever existed and had to learn so this brand new I would be more understanding. However, you can send someone to observe how the ER works in other top rated hospitals and make the necessary changes. I have literally left RMH driven to Lawrence memorial got pain taken care of and came back to Ottawa went to the ER to just see how fast things were going and people who were ahead of me were still waiting. ??? Drive to Lawrence, sign in, triage, room, nurse, doctor, discharge, drive home to Ottawa and people still in ER waiting. This was like a week before the new ER opened. I sure hope the more staff and larger space has increased speed. Btw... When someone is in pain try what LMH does. Someone tells there doctor while you're being triaged so the doctor can visit you right away just to make sure it's ok to give pain med and then will come back for the regular visit. I waited in horrific pain in the ER at RMH while they nurse couldn't get the IV hose untangled and 45 min later when the doctor finally showed up my episode was starting to calm down and they have me two antacids for the esophogeal spasm that I told them I was having when I first arrived and received no pain medicine or antacids right away. The lady who comes and gets insurance information in your room always has come when I've been in extreme pain. I seen it in the other room as well. That should be the very last thing before discharge. This is not rocket science. Hire someone like me to get this all fixed. (4 months ago)

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