Critical Access Hospitals
Government - Hospital District or Authority

TMC- BONHAM HOSPITAL

504 LIPSCOMB STREET, BONHAM, TX 75418
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

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

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

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Timliness

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Effectiveness

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Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

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1.8 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
Not Available / 5 from Center for Medicare Services (There are too few measures or measure groups reported to calculate a star rating or measure group score)

About TMC- BONHAM HOSPITAL

504 LIPSCOMB STREET
BONHAM, TX 75418

TMC Bonham Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital that includes both primary care and specialty physicians. The hospital is located in Fannin County, Texas ...

Tmc- Bonham Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Fannin County, TX.

Tmc- Bonham Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Tmc- Bonham Hospital is a government - hospital district or authority hospital.

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Reviews

Drove myself here just after midnight having a massive heart attack. They treated me as if I was just wanting drugs, and finally at some time after DAY LIGHT they sent me to the second worse place for heart attack sufferers, Paris! Wth! Should be shut down! Employees were careless and rude. Finally ended up at Baylor S&W in McKinney, had a heart procedure, stayed in CCU a few days and lived to advise NEVER GO HERE! (a month ago)

Be careful when visiting this Emergency Room. I went to the Emergency Room bleeding heavily from my head and had to have 9 staples. They stated that they participated with my medical insurance. However, I was billed by the hospital and the attending physician (who did not participate with my insurance). I was billed about $2,000 by the physician (not covered by my insurance) because of this. (2 months ago)

Either broke or sprained my elbow, waited for over 45 minutes before they even asked if I wanted pain meds, then told me because I drove myself I couldn't receive pain medication. If you are hurt better tough it out and drive to Denison. Patient care is not a priority, especially while the nurse is checking her Facebook page. (5 months ago)

As my husband was diagnosed with a slipped disc in his lower back he was prescribed Tramidahl and a muscle relaxer. A few days later the pain was so bad we are back here again. Only to get a nurse who is completely rude. She told my husband that's the highest pain meds they can offer him even though the last time we were here a lady was prescribed Vicodin!!! For a much less painful situation. I pointed this out to her and her response was only certain Dr's can perscribe those meds. Then proceeded to tell my husband he would just have to just deal with the pain until he can get into see a surgeon to fix the problem. I'm Sorry this is unacceptable behavior coming from a nurse. No compassion no nothing! This is not the first time we have been mistreated at this hospital.... i think we will be switching to Sherman. They have much better bed side manners!! Bonham staff you need a lot more training on how you talk to your resident's!!!!! (5 months ago)

I have not been to this hospital, but their reputation (based on recent accounts) is such that I never, EVER will. Based on 1st-hand accounts of people I know well and whose judgment trust implicitly, if I had 15 minutes to live, I would risk it and make the 20-minute drive to Texoma Medical Center or Wilson N Jones Hospital rather than make the 10-minute drive to this place. (5 months ago)

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