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Community hospital and associated nursing home in Plentywood. Information about facilities, services, employment opportunities, and living in the area.

Sheridan Memorial Hosptial is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Sheridan County, MT.

Sheridan Memorial Hosptial does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Sheridan Memorial Hosptial 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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I have had a few great experiences with the hospital. My last experience with urgent care was very pleasant. The staff worked hard on making sure I was checked in quickly. Everyone was nice and cared to hear about my symptoms. The doctor was very helpful. I will go back and recommend to others. (a month ago)

I had to take my daughter into the ER last night and I was so impressed with their top-quality care that I felt I should submit a review. Every person was kind, caring, and thorough. We felt in the best of care possible at all times. My deepest appreciation for doctors and nurses of this highest caliber. (2 months ago)

I took my son into the clinic. The check in process wasn't horrible but you are extremely close to other people while giving out person am information. There were two people including my son to been seen. I had checked him in online and when we got there it said we were next with a wait time of 0-20 minutes. Then after the other person was called back I looked up and noticed our time got changed to 17-59 minutes. When we finally got to our room, an hour later after arriving they took his temp and left I went to sit my son down on the bed and it was absolutely disgusting. There was white spots and other debris all over. When trying to find a nurse I walked around and every single one of them was sitting around talking. When I mentioned the bed I was already completely grossed out and we left. I will only be taking my son if it's an absolute emergency. It was a horrible out of town experience (4 months ago)

Had a minor stroke while vacationing. Ended up in ER for 8 hours. Excellent care. Excellent people. (3 months ago)

My granddaughter had two separate experiences. The first time she was around 1 1/2 years old. They told my daughter that she just had a cold. She was so bad that later in the day she saw her regular doctor who discovered that she had pneumonia. So she had to go back to the hospital and be admitted for a week. It was pretty scary. Missing something like that in a small child could be fatal. The second time she was 3 years old. She ran out in front of her sister swinging at the playground and was knocked over. They took her in to the hospital screaming. The ER sent them home and said she would be fine when she calmed down. The next day my daughter took her to her regular doctor because she still wouldn't stop crying, wouldn't move or her own and screamed if anyone tried to move her. Her doctor found out she had a broken collarbone. All of my experiences (several surgeries) have been awesome. The surgical nurses are very attentive and caring. The person who gives you anesthesia comes out to talk to you so you know what to expect along with the doctor. So, I don't know if they just have trouble diagnosing small children. Maybe they think mothers bring their kids and for everything thing and they don't check into it enough. This is just my opinion. (a year ago)

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