Critical Access Hospitals
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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


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Same as the national average

Patient Experience

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Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

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Rusk County Memorial Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Rusk County, WI.

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

Rusk County Memorial Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - other 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


Don’t go here!!!! Once you are admitted and put in a room....well, there you are. No real doctors available, just a bunch of crabby women (NPs) who seem to think they are doctors and took their bedside manner class from Simon Cowell .... horrible. Just horrible. Had to live through three days before being shipped to a WAY more competent facility. Seriously, I believe the greeter at Walmart would have been of greater value here than any of the people they are currently staffing. (a month ago)

Rude, not enough staff, wait forever, and the doctors hardly act like they are practitioners. Rather go an hour than die there (a year ago)

I took my 13 month old son in because he was running a high fever. I was told there was no open rooms and it would be awhile. I turned to my boyfriend and said let's go to Rce Lake. Then all of a sudden they had the time of day for us. We got in the room the RN was awesome she knew what she was doing and was very pleasant. It was the Dr. (The one that gets paid more) that acted like my son was just another number on his paycheck. He asked me to explain what's been going on with my son. And heaven forbid I tell him everything so he can figure out why my son has a high fever, because I was told we needed to get a move on so he cut me off. Very rude!! From now on I will make the 45 min trip out of my way to get 100% better service. (3 years ago)

I've had excellent experiences with Riveside Clinic! (a year ago)

Most of the staff are very friendly, and helpful. But the doctors in the E.R. are a joke. I've never seen such incompetence in my life. And the rudeness from these doctors is inexcusable. I've lived around here for 12 years, and had 5 very uncomfortable, demeaning experiences with each and every one of the E.R docs I've seen here. From telling me that maybe my 89 year old mother is better off if we just let her "go" from the blood clot in her leg (suggesting we just let her die!), to being ignored when I said don't put water in my infected ear to clean it out because I have pinholes in my ear drums....that's WHY I got an ear infection, to being treated like an enemy when I came into the E.R. to be with my sick mother ...then being apologized to later when they realized I belonged there (NO reason to be rude, at all. Families are going through a lot of stress during these times), to the big one; I had a stroke, and couldn't speak clearly, which is one of many classic signs of a stroke, and the doctor performed TWO cat scans, but not one MRI which is what I needed to be diagnosed, and he acted like I was bothering him/wasting his time. I finally had an MRI 3 more days later and the TIA was discovered, but I could have died in the meantime. My GP was so mad, she walked down to the E.R. and gave that doctor a good reaming. I'll still use the hospital, and I love the nurses there. But the E.R? Forget it. Not if I don't absolutely need it. That department and it's doctors seriously need some sensitivity training and to re-read their Hippocratic Oath. (2 years ago)

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