Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Church

REGINA HOSPITAL

1175 NININGER ROAD, HASTINGS, MN 55033
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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

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

About REGINA HOSPITAL

1175 NININGER ROAD
HASTINGS, MN 55033

Welcome to Regina Hospital, part of Allina Health. We offer a caring, compassionate environment with a variety of health care services and are proud to be a leader in ...

Regina Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Dakota County, MN.

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

Regina Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - church 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

Just had a procedure performed even though I have had issues with this hospital in the past. My doctor is great,but the staff's knowledge of laws/hospital rules & regulations needs improvement. I wanted to go outside to wait for my ride and the staff tried to force me to sign an AMA FOR REFUSAL of treatment or examination. Neither of which is correct. Then they proceeded to tell me that when I sign the AMA the insurance company won't pay for the procedure I had done, and that I would be responsible for the entire bill for the procedure. This is not accurate and pretty sure not legal. I am making calls next. (a week ago)

My mother will be 84 years old this Sunday and most of her life it has been one thing after another to cause her to have depression, anxiety and paranoia most of her life. We had her sent to the the Grace Unit at Regina Hospital in Hastings, MN. She was there for two weeks and going through the process tough for our family. But on the day she got out she was such a changed person, that I felt like this is truly her real personality. She used to cry and be frustrated and angry so often, there was hardly a day she wasn't upset especially as she grew older. She is so happy now and so funny to be with her personality just shines. I am so grateful for the Grace Unit helping my mom. I just could go back down there and give them all a hug, because its a beautiful thing they did for my mom. I will be forever grateful to the help they've for my mom. She is a new person. We were also able to get her out just in time to celebrate her birthday with the whole family. And it will be wonderful for her to see family members she hasn't seen in a long time and for everyone to see the big smile on her face. If ever anybody has an elderly family member who needs help with mental health issues, I highly recommend The Grace Unit at Regina's. You won't regret it! (2 months ago)

The admin staff are extremely rude. Was waiting to pick up my father with a handicapped vehicle since he has been disabled by a stroke, and when asked to move my vehicle, I was mocked for asking questions. Found it extremely hurtful and unprofessional. (3 months ago)

I have had multiple surgeries at the hospital and the staff has always been fantastic and caring. From the min I got there until they wheeled me out I could not have asked for better people who bent over backwards to make sure my pain level was manageable. Thank You (7 months ago)

This hospital has little direction. I was waiting with a family member in the ER and I asked the nurse if there was a cafe. She said “yes” and pointed in a certain direction. I then proceeded to walk there and aproached a door that said “exit.” There were no other signs on the door so I pushed and an alarm went off. A nurse then seemed iratated that I was trying to get out. There should have been signs saying “staff only” so that this wouldn’t happen. I then went to the cafe, got my food, and sat at a table. A worker approached me and said “this is for assisted living” and then walked away. There were no signs stating so and the worker didn’t offer any direction of where I should sit. The worker should have directed me and there should have been signs or something marking that the tables were for assisted living. (6 months ago)

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