Acute Care Hospitals
Proprietary

RUSSELLVILLE HOSPITAL

15155 HIGHWAY 43, RUSSELLVILLE, AL 35653
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Same as the national average

Readmission

Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as 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 RUSSELLVILLE HOSPITAL

15155 HIGHWAY 43
RUSSELLVILLE, AL 35653

Russellville Hospital is a 100-bed acute-care hospital, fully accredited by The Joint Commission. With an Alabama Level III Trauma Center, a 24-hour Emergency Room ...

Russellville Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Franklin County, AL.

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

Russellville Hospital is a proprietary 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

Would not have rated them so low but literally I sit in the room for 8 1/2 hours .... I was crying by the time I got up because I was sooooo tired of sitting there . They were nice but didn't have a lot going on just kept on talking and having a great time instead of treating patients (3 months ago)

Recently had a family member die, who a week prior had went here. They were ready to admit him until he told them he had once been an I'VE drug user. He had a staff infection that took over his brain, caused many strokes, and died about a week after they treated him like garbage. I wouldn't take my DOGS here. Even active drug users deserve adequate medical treatment when they have infections that are life threatening! Drug addiction is a DISEASE. I highly doubt they'd have treated a diabetic (these days is mostly a self inflected condition) the same way. Basically gave him a bag of IV fluids and kicking bim out the door. They could have saved his life. Instead, they perhaps directly caused his death. He was 30 years old. This place should be shut down, period. (a year ago)

Overall very caring staff great nurses, doctor's are mostly thorough. There is an excellent set of physicians there Dr.Griffitts, Dr. Bridgewater, Dr. Sleeth. Very clean facility overall. Take very good of patients. (10 months ago)

Hate to say it but very unhappy with er visit. My mother was not doing well and a lot of pain. Had to beg for something to help with that before discharged. Nurse told us to hurry up and get going because they needed her bed. The bed was disgusting had old blood on frame and smelled bad. The whole place was very rough. I usually go north to shoals or florence when i need er but my poor mom likes to stay in rsvl if she can. I think blue cross just down graded them to lower tier so my copay would be higher if i go there anyway. Go some where else if you can. (a year ago)

Horrible experience. If you need acute care I would recommend a better ED where you are not treated as drug seeking just for walking in the doors. You also can hear all patients issues due to the fact only curtains separate you from the next patient so no privacy at all there. Major hippa violation. One nurses incompetence Almost caused me to be placed on a ventilator at a different hospital bc they don't have an up to date triage system and mistook my severe asthma/allergic response as an anxiety attack and left me in the waiting room until I had to leave and have an ambulance meet me Enroute to take me to a better facility running code with 3 medics in the back trying to stabilize me. If you care about your loved ones take them some place safe (a year ago)

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