Critical Access Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Other


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Medicare Performace Measures


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Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

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WADENA, MN 56482

Tri County Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Wadena County, MN.

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

Tri County Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - other hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday 800 AM – 700 PM
Tuesday 800 AM – 700 PM
Wednesday 800 AM – 700 PM
Thursday 800 AM – 700 PM
Friday 800 AM – 500 PM
Saturday 800 AM – 1200 PM
Sunday Closed

Location and Directions


I'm pretty complex medically and have found TCHC a very competent and supportive medical care facility. Many specialists visit on a regular basis and the onsite, general medical providers have been around for a while and are committed and engaged in the community. They are aware of their capabilities and limitations, which belies a high level of professional competence. (3 months ago)

I have been in Tri County Health Care for three days for my Professional Development Training and everyone I met was friendly and professional and welcoming the strangers with happy smile! (5 months ago)

Tri-County Health Alliance in Wadena is a very unprofessional place. First off, when I was quitting smoking, the doctor, Bob Davis, gave me only a week supply of patches at the lowest level of mg, and when they were out, he would not refill them. Only a human with supernatural powers can quit with one try, they do not use common sense. They discontinued one of my psych medications that was at a very high dosage of 450mg at the Wesley building because my level was low, I reside at a board and lodge that their clients abuse their medications, I take this medication (Wellbutrin XL) once every morning, and was tested for a ua right away that morning without the morning dosage in my system. I usually take ua's in afternoon with the units at 500, but in the morning it was at 150, and when talking to Andera Craig (psychiatrist who discontinued) she told me the medicine was 24 hours and when told her last time I took it was 24 hours ago, she did not acknowledge that and now I'm going through symptoms of depression, anxiety, and hostility. I DO NOT recommend this place for professional help. (5 months ago)

Nope I'm either going to go to perham health or staples lakewood. Depending on which one I can find a doctor I like. I've been going to this clinic for years but ever since i had a kid there I swear they just try to shove everything down my fuc**** throat and im sjck nd tierd of it. Going to the ER sucks no mattre whar nire u go in on. Wair abour to owers justto sshe rhw damn doc. Whats the pointf? (8 months ago)

Tri County clinics are all around area. The people are kind and friendly. The care is based on what is appropriate for a local facility. If it is something that needs a regional facility, they will send you there. I don't really understand the other reviews that say they will not be nice to you if they find out you are a certain person. They've always been great to me and my family, very professional and highly skilled. (a year ago)

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