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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


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Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

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A physician-owned hospital in Manchester, TN providing its patients with exemplary service and quality care.

Unity Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Coffee County, TN.

Unity Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Unity Medical Center is a physician 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


Primary care doctor ordered an MRI and Xrays. Decided on this hospital because they are so much cheaper than Winchester Hospital. The person at the front desk was very helpful. Had to go across the street for MRI. Both tests were done in a professional manner and in an acceptable time frame (didn't have to wait too long). Didn't have any problems whatsoever from start to finish. (3 months ago)

I recently had to make a trip to UMC with my grandmother and during her stay all the staff were professional and caring . Nurses, lab personnel and housekeepers where kind and always helpful. (2 weeks ago)

Would not recommend taking a dog to this facility. Had scope on my knee there yesterday. They refused to give me any details about what was found and refused to let me speak with the doctor after. After recovery i was put in my room and the anesthesiologist checked on me about 10 minutes later. The nurses immediately came in after to dismiss me. I tried to ask questions and the only one they would halfway answer they told me the exact opposite of what the dr said before i had surgery. When i was being wheeled out of the hospital they ran my foot over with the wheelchair And slammed my leg into the door. She didn't lock the wheelchair and i almost fell getting out. Was promised i would receive a phone call that day as soon as they find someone who could answer even the simplest of questions and have still yet to hear anything. They said i should be able to put weight on my leg and walk but every time i try to stand my knee buckles and my pain meds are doing absolutely nothing to help with pain. Can't get the dr who did the surgery to come to the phone or get any kind of answers from his offices either. If I don't hear anything before standard office hours are over will be going to a real hospital that can get a copy of my records and tell me what this place won't and why I'm having the problems I'm having that I shouldn't be. Then in the morning I'm contacting the TN Health board and making a formal complaint. This place is a joke and they way they treat patients after surgery sounds like a major ethics violation if not other things. If i Could give 0 stars I would. You don't just push someone out the door immediately following surgery while refusing to answer any questions or letting them speak with the surgeon or a dr or anyone who could answer anything. (in the last week)

Radiology results are iffy at best. If you forget a medical report, dont plan on getting it before 8AM. And then it may take an hour. The receptionist needs an attitude adjustment and to paint a smile on her face if she is going to continue facing the public every day. Seems typical of Manchester , TN. (3 weeks ago)

Having an acute care facility in a small rural town is an asset to the community. The staff is consistently trying to improve both the service and care they deliver to the community they serve. (a week ago)

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