Critical Access Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private


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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


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Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


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Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

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Rumford Hospital has deep roots in the community and continues to update and add new technologies and resources to offer its patients the best care available. Many ...

Rumford Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Oxford County, ME.

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

Rumford 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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This has got to be the most irresponsible hospital ive ever been to. 3 hours and still havent seen the dr. Im filing a complaint on Monday morning (2 months ago)

I went in for a routine day surgery procedure a month or so ago and the experience turned from scary to almost pleasant (if you could call any surgery pleasant). The surgical nurses were extremely attentive and helped to alleviate my worries. The surgeon was wonderful and caring. No problems whatsoever. Everything looked very clean and everyone was extremely professional! Great hospital! (a year ago)

They hired me to work in the kitchen, with full disclosure of my tattoos. The old geezer vice president waltzed into the kitchen early one morning, and glared at me as if I were the most disgusting piece of trash he had ever seen. My next shift the supervisors ( who never did anything but sit on their fat buts all day in the office) had a meeting where they went over the dress code "policy", and now suddenly required me to cover all tattoos while working. In a hot kitchen and doing dishes. This would now require me to wear long sleeves, and mittens, instead of the scrub top i was given and told was the uniform. Not possible. I was forced out. This form of discrimination is not recognized by Maine state law which is a shame. Additionally, they promised me at least 30 hours a week which I was never given once trained except for when someone was on vacation. I was told their was opportunity to become more than per diem. There wasn't. This is the worst I have ever been treated by any employer. I am a 39 year old single mother. I own a home and property in this town. Now if I or my kids ever need emergency care, I wouldn't go to or support this hospital if the paid me, which they wouldn't, because of the stuck up, greedy, miserable old men in charge who clearly have no concepts of reality or the population they are said to " serve ". (10 months ago)

The facilities nurse didn't provide me with proper respect and care. Understanding is knowing, if you lose your patients to other facilities you lose the funding you need to exist. And your existence is solely based on providing proper services. Also, this facilities tends to discuss all your personal info. with others in and outside the realms of confidentiality. I guess you don't have much options when you live in a small town. But I would recommend driving into the city and go to a hospital more well versed and knowledgeable. A small clinic like this lacks proper funding to be as efficient as their city affiliates. Lesson Learned! (a year ago)

Imagine going to a hospital where they treat you like a person who matters, and not like you are on an assembly line. Really caring professional people. (a year ago)

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