Bates County Memorial Hospital
615 West Nursery Street, 64730

Bates County Memorial Hospital - Ratings

Main Information
Location: Missouri , Butler
Common rating:
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Likelihood of recommending Bates County Memorial Hospital to family and friends is 3 out of 5

 Survival Ratings:

Heart Failure   Number of Cases > 236
While In Hospital1 Month After Hospitalization6 Months After HospitalizationSpeciality
Actual-95.76% Predicted-97.11%
Not applicable
Actual-77.12% Predicted-75.45%
Cardiac
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)   Number of Cases > 169
While In Hospital1 Month After Hospitalization6 Months After HospitalizationSpeciality
Actual-98.82% Predicted-99.1%
Not applicable
Actual-89.35% Predicted-87.17%
Pulmonary
Pneumonia   Number of Cases > 190
While In Hospital1 Month After Hospitalization6 Months After HospitalizationSpeciality
Actual-98.42% Predicted-96.93%
Actual-94.74% Predicted-93.06%
Actual-81.58% Predicted-81.07%
Pulmonary
Gastrointestinal Bleed   Number of Cases > 34
While In Hospital1 Month After Hospitalization6 Months After HospitalizationSpeciality
Actual-100% Predicted-98.8%
Actual-94.12% Predicted-95.83%
Actual-85.29% Predicted-85.43%
Other Procedures
Stroke   Number of Cases > 43
While In Hospital1 Month After Hospitalization6 Months After HospitalizationSpeciality
Actual-90.7% Predicted-96.29%
Actual-79.07% Predicted-91.72%
Actual-69.77% Predicted-81.99%
Other Procedures

 Complication Ratings:

Total Knee Replacement   Number of Cases > 35
Overall RatingActualPredictedSpeciality
20% 7.92% Orthopedic

 Patient Safety Ratings:

Death in procedures where mortality is usually very low:
Pressure sores or bed sores acquired in the hospital:
Death following a serious complication after surgery:
Collapsed lung due to a procedure or surgery in or around the chest:
Catheter-related bloodstream infections acquired at the hospital:
Hip fracture following surgery:
Excessive bruising or bleeding as a consequence of a procedure or surgery:
Electrolyte and fluid imbalance following surgery:
Respiratory failure following surgery:
Deep blood clots in the lungs or legs following surgery:
Bloodstream infection following surgery:
Breakdown of abdominal incision site:
Number of events of foreign objects left in body during a procedure: 0 Events

 Additional Rating Data:

Cardiac services: At national average in 1 of 1 areas
Gastrointestinal services: At national average in 1 of 1 areas
Orthopedic services: Below national average in 1 of 1 areas
Pulmonary services: At national average in 2 of 2 areas
  • While visiting Texas from California in June of 2019, I couldn't hardly breathe when I woke up. Was taken by ambulance to MH The Woodlands in early morning. After diagnosis of severe community-acquired pneumonia, was admitted to hospital, West Tower. Spent a full week being treated and recovering. Facility and care was excellent. One of the best hospitals I've ever seen and spent time in as a patient. Visited daily by pulmonary doctors who kept me and husband informed of progress. Nursing staff ...
    27 June 2019, 12:26