Ballinger Memorial Hospital Rating
5 reviews
2.4 Rating 2.4
5 reviews

About Ballinger Memorial Hospital

Ballinger Memorial Hospital was founded at its current location in Ballinger, Texas in 1963. It has served as a critical access hospital with 25 beds since August 2000.
Ballinger Memorial Hospital offers numerous outpatient services, acute and swing bed care, and is certified as a level IV trauma ER.
The outpatient services include physical therapy, wound care, clinic services, ambulance service, and a wellness center as well as outpatient lab services and radiology services.

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Emergency Services
  • Emergency Department
Emergency Service Available


Group Service


Hospital Type
  • Critical Access Hospitals
  • critical Access
Control Type
  • Governmental Hospital District
Subprovider Units
  • Swing Beds
Total Staffed Beds 16

Licensed Beds 25

Bed Utilization


Total Discharges


Total Patient Days


Total Patient Revenue

$19,191,837 Rating 2.4
(5 reviews)

Deanna Carole

This is the worst emergency room I have ever been to. Walked in and told front desk I am 6 weeks pregnant and started bleeding right before I started work. Took 20 minutes to even speak to a nurse, because the front desk asked me who brought me, and wanted to know if my partner had ever been there before, and proceeded to update HIS information in their system. Nurse finally came, had me filling out paperwork before she would even take my vitals.She asked several questions more than once. (Is this'll your first pregnancy, how long have you been bleeding). Doctor came in,gave pelvic exam, stated that she saw blood, but "didn't see anything that looked like baby". She decided to try a sonogram,but warned me she "might not see anything". When she wheeled the portable sonogram machine into the room, she made sure to imform me that she'd never been trained to do a sonogram. They did not know how to operate the machine at all. Dr looked around for about a minute, if that, then ki d of shrugged her shoulders, and told me it "could be a miscarriage, could be normal, but without knowing how to work the machine, there was no way to tell". She left the room without another word. Horrible bedside manner, completely unprofessional. Do not go to this hospital. Take your chances at Shannonin San Angelo.

raymond furr

Worse hospital I ever been at they don't treat you for COPD doctor come all different cities they are good enough to but a toe tags on your toes I can keep on saying stuff about this hospital to much things to say about it

Becky Ferguson

Nicely remodeled in 2017. Nursing staff is good and knowledgeable. Dr. Bundrunt is a wonderful doctor who cares about his patients. Ambulance guys are very good.

Alva Roman

Awesome Place.. Angels

Rebecca LV Hoelscher

The nursing staff is excellent, especially the night crew. Very caring and knowledgeable. Last reviewer must have not been accountable, especially to think the doctors were fabulous. Unfortunately, nurses get the bad rap for allot of poor doctor decisions, making the nurse ths bad guys. Overall this quaint little hospital was fast, nice, and efficient. Nurses were great. Would recommend. 🙂