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2.5 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
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Ray County Memorial Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Ray County, MO.

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

Ray County Memorial Hospital is a government - local hospital.

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I went there while I was pregnant and I need to get some fast due to being in so much pain and I literally could not breath. The er doctor made the comment as to why did I even come there he can’t save the baby if it dies. I left before I was even seen because he made it very clear he was not going to help. My family then rushed me to liberty. I did get ahold of the board and made it very clear if something was not done about him legal action would be taken. (a month ago)

Your experience here probably would depend on why you are there. The physical therapy department is great. The ER is sometimes good and sometimes mediocre. It never seems overcrowded. The hospital has had many updates. They have one of the most relaxing MRI's ever. Actually getting a test done here is pretty low stress if you live close by. (6 months ago)

This place is a joke. My husband has cerebral palsy and siezures caused by a blood clot on the brain. As you may expect this causes him many other psychological problems like schizophrenia, bi polar, severe anxiety, and massive mood swings at the drop of a hat. Which all is calmed by medication. We have fallen on some hard times and was told by his physician to go to the er if he runs out of meds and they will be given to him. Well he was just scolded by the doctor at the er there bc he didnt think my husbands problem was enough of an emergency then sent home without being given his meds first. I assure you legal action will be taken. (4 months ago)

Had left knee arthroscopy today by Dr. Orth in outpatient surgery department. I was treated very well at admissions, outpatient surgery, by anesthesia and Dr. Orth. They were very good to answer my questions and took EXCELLENT CARE of me during my procedure. Nurses were all kind and professional and worked as a team. RCMH you deserve a shout out for a job well done. I will continue to utilize this wonderful community hospital. We are very blessed to have such a great hospital. Thank you. (10 months ago)

Whoever answers the phone here is very rude!! (3 months ago)

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