Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

WOOD COUNTY HOSPITAL

950 WEST WOOSTER STREET, BOWLING GREEN, OH 43402
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Same as the national average

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average

Timliness

Above the national average

Effectiveness

Below the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About WOOD COUNTY HOSPITAL

950 WEST WOOSTER STREET
BOWLING GREEN, OH 43402

Whether you are looking for a family physician in Bowling Green OH or more specialized medical care, consider Wood County Hospital

Wood County Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Wood County, OH.

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

Wood County Hospital 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

Location and Directions

Reviews

I had the night staff in the ER and they were absolutely amazing. They were quick and efficient. All were super friendly and made me feel super comfortable. (a month ago)

This hospital is a joke. Took my son in and didnt see a dr kne time while being their over two hrs. At one point in time in that two hours all the staff went on break. This hoapital use to make children a priority and he was not. Its an emergency room not come in and check on him on your own time. What if it was more serious then what it was and was on the verge of dying but no nurse or dr gave a s*** about it. Hmmmm seems to me they dont care about anything besides money!!! I will be driving from bg to flower hospital next time so I knkw my son geta the proper care next time i need to take him in. Shame on all the staff at that hospital (in the last week)

Radiology department customer service skills are lacking. Angie was rude when scheduling a MRI appointment. I canceled and will be going somewhere else for treatment. They need to understand communication skills is a must when dealing with the public and being rude is not needed. I’m not from here and recently moved to Bowling Green but her rudeness will keep me away from Wood County hospital. (3 months ago)

This is what my arm looked like after a trip to the Wood County Emergency room. I have never felt more unheard in my life. I have never been to a hospital before- I see it as a last resort, only if you're dying type of deal. Two weeks ago I became so ill my roommate and I decided a trip to the hospital was eminent. I could not stop throwing up, my stomach was severely cramping, I was extremely nauseous, and my head was throbbing. I was immediately brought into a hospital room upon arrival which I did appreciate. However, from the very start I could tell they were not taking me seriously. It was very obvious I was very dehydrated so they tried to hook me up to an IV to get some fluids in me. It took them 3 different nurses, 5 tries, and ultrasound machine for them to find a vein. 5 TIMES I was poked in the arm until they were successful. Ridiculous, I was not in shock, my veins had not collapsed, I was cooperating. Also I want to add during my visit they were switching shifts and it was obvious the people leaving didn't care about my health and the people replacing them weren't so interested either. The doctor only visited me twice and at one point I was so nauseous and ill feeling I used the call button and it took them 10 minutes for a nurse to come in and say "I'll talk to the doctor" and leave me in misery again. I thought hospitals are supposed to make you feel better! I finally asked can I just go home? And the nurse asked the Doctor to discharge me. She did not explain the results of my CAT scan, or multiple blood tests, or even tell me my diagnosis. I had to question and even then she said the info was in my discharge papers. My diagnosis: A migraine. HA. I get migraines and headaches often, never once have I experienced nausea, vomiting, stomach cramping, from a migraine. This was completely off and almost like he didn't know what was wrong with me so he stuck headache as my diagnosis. I have a high pain tolerance, I am a tough girl, I've experienced migraines. This was not it. The diagnosis alone proved my Doctor did not spend enough time with me. My sister who is a nurse thinks what I really had was the Noro virus. I am so unimpressed with this hospital and wish I wouldn't have wasted my time and risked suffering at home instead. (4 months ago)

Dr. Gomez did a great job on my hip. To bad I didn't have it done two years ago. (a month ago)

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