Connally Memorial Medical Center Rating
65 reviews
2.6 Rating 2.6
65 reviews

About Connally Memorial Medical Center

Connally Memorial Medical Center is a licensed 44-bed acute care facility. The hospital offers a wide range of services for the members of the community of Wilson County.
Connally Memorial Medical Center’s 10-bed Emergency Department holds a Level IV Trauma designation. The hospital services include Home Health, Imaging, Infusion Center, Multi-Specialty Physician Clinic, Intensive Care Unit, Laboratory Testing, Pediatrics, Rehabilitation, Respiratory Care, Sleep Center, Surgery Department, Swing Bed, and Wound Care & Hyperbaric.

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Special Care Services
  • Intensive Care Unit
Emergency Services
  • Emergency Department
Radiology / Nuclear Medicine / Imaging
  • Computed Tomography
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Single Photon Emission Computerized Tomography
  • Physical Therapy
Surgery Services
  • Inpatient Surgery
Neuroscience Services
  • Sleep Studies
  • Home Health
Emergency Service Available


Group Service


Hospital Type
  • Acute Care Hospitals
  • Short Term Acute Care
Control Type
  • Governmental
  • Other
Subprovider Units
  • Swing Beds
Total Staffed Beds 44

ICU Beds 4

Licensed Beds 44

Bed Utilization


Total Discharges


Total Patient Days


Total Patient Revenue


TPS Quality Score 31.78 Rating 2.6
(65 reviews)

Simone Gacia

I understand everyone has different experiences with hospitals and everything involved with one, but this really is a very nice hospital all around. I had to spend a few days there and I found it very nice. I have stayed at many a hospital and this one doesn’t treat you as just a patient, but rather “their” patient. It’s clean, they care about patient safety, take time to explain and care. The food it actually very good too! Not typical hospital food. I’ve “stayed” at some of the biggest and best hospitals in the US and overseas this one has been one of the best. Bigger is not always better.... Don’t hesitate to go to this hospital for care if needed.

R Garza

I've not been to this place and I'm horrified I might need emergency care and this is the only hospital available for immediate Care.... It's so sad reading these reviews and seeing that the "professional" we pay a huge paycheck to, care just about that only, the paycheck. Isn't there a way of making these complaints count so that change can be made with the personnel, physicians, managers, etc?? Anyone know who we might call to ask these questions to? I'm happy to get the ball rolling just need the help getting started. It's OUR community we deserve better care and better options, right?

Sindi Fisher

This place has been wonderful to not only my grandmother but to our family as well. They have been attention oriented, clean, helpful, and most importantly they explained everything that they were doing and answered any and all questions we had. From the emergency room to the surgery room everybody has been so nice (and funny). They made us feel right at home. Thank you for taking your time and helping us through this time. Your doing amazing, keep up the good work!!!

Rose Justin

Usually don’t come to this hospital but when I do we are always greeted by one staff member ( Dustin) he works night shift. Always in a great mood just a great guy. The lady at the front desk always has an attitude.

Krstin harrison

Front desk clerk gathered personal information quickly and professionally. The male check-in nurse (Mike-Name on board) was remarkable. He genuinely appeared to care. Note: I did not want to go to your ER but I was feeling very, very ill and was concerned about being potentially contagious. The Dr. put on her gloves and sat across the room from me. She talked 3 minutes, stood, snapped off her gloves and said there was nothing the ER ”would” do. I had to ask her to please physically look at me. I’ll never forgive myself for robbing her of those ten seconds. She quickly left to get the paperwork ready...that took 20 minutes. Last but not least, a nurse came in to dismiss me and handed me a nice folder. I can not believe my insurance company is going to have to pay so much money for a *3-minute 10 second ER Dr visit, *a 20-minute report detailing how they saved a life in a record 3-minute 10-sec visit, and lest we forget a nice folder.