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Medicare Performace Measures


Below the national average


Above the national average


Above 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

Same as the national average




Washington Regional Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Washington County, AR.

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

Washington Regional Medical Center 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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The people at Washington Regional took care of me and the doctors delivering were from Willow Creek because of my insurance. Both did not help me hardly. It was horrible having my baby not a good day to remember SAD to say, a complete nightmare. They pushed me in a room by myself without any buttons to push for help and just put the heart gauge on my pregnant stomach and my wrist and left me!! Before that let me back up...They shocked me 3 different times from the waste down in giving me my epidural. I told them just to stop and she begged me that we should go on and do it. I let her one more time and glad I did. Because when I got pushed in that room by myself...Here it is...My baby started stressing with a heavy heart beat. They rushed in to take my baby by C-section. I asked the doctor what was going on as they wheeled me down the hall fast. He said, oxygen was being cut from my baby's brain and they needed to get him out. During my C-section, I threw up from everything and nerves. The doctor than said, I see your tubes would you like me to tie them while I'm in here. I also forgot to mention when and before they cut me open they plopped me on the table. I heard a nurse say, you need to cover her up. I could not move and was laying there spread eagle at first. Later, I was ignored again when I was in the intensive care unit. A nurse walked in and said, how long have you been laying on your back? Come to find out I was suppose to lay on my side and switch never on my back. All this was the biggest nightmare of my life. (4 months ago)

The staff was nice and caring, but misdirected. Regardless of what my husband told them about his symptoms, they were laser focused on believing it was heart related. We repeatedly spoke of swelling in neck, throat and lymph glands and this input was disregarded. The next day, our primary care physician diagnosed and prescribed medication for tick fever. Our day in the ER was a waste of time and money, and could have caused us to miss the real cause of the problem had we not been proactive enough to follow up on our own. (in the last week)

I'm from out of town and didn't know what to expect, but I was seen promptly in the ER and the staff did their best to make me comfortable. The nurse who took care of me was awesome. (a month ago)

We have found staff to be efficient and professional both in the ER and CCU. Both Jessica and Dr. Green were excellent in dealing with a true emergency. (a month ago)

eview from here: I has a fantastic experience at WRMC prior to and during the delivery of my son. A month before delivering him, I had to go to triage 2 days/week to monitor my sons stress levels (I had gestational diabetes). I saw the same nurse nearly every time and she was sooo wonderful! She always made me feel so at home. During delivery, I couldn’t have had a more thoughtful and attentive nurse. She made me feel like I was her only patient, so comfortable, and so at home. After delivery, every single staff member/nurse was SO attentive to us! I’m so grateful for my experience. (2 months ago)

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