Gifford Medical Center Rating
18 reviews
3.3 Rating 3.3
18 reviews

Gifford Medical Center is a hospital located in Randolph, Orange County, Vermont. This hospital has the following services: Emergency Department, Inpatient Surgery, Radiology, and Cardiovascular Services. The TPS Quality Score of Gifford Medical Center is unknown. Please use our convenient HIPAA-compliant online process to request your medical records from any US healthcare provider (including Gifford Medical Center). We will retrieve the records on your behalf quickly and securely for a small service charge.

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Special Care Services
  • Intensive Care Unit
Emergency Services
  • Emergency Department
Surgery Services
  • Inpatient Surgery
  • Obstetrics
Emergency Service Available


Group Service


Hospital Type
  • Critical Access Hospitals
  • critical Access
Control Type
  • Voluntary Nonprofit
  • Other
Subprovider Units
  • Swing Beds
Total Staffed Beds 29

ICU Beds 2

Licensed Beds 52

Bed Utilization


Total Discharges


Total Patient Days


Total Patient Revenue

$107,638,517 Rating 3.3
(18 reviews)

Mary Kelley

I have received excellent care from them, and will continue my services there

Cathy Mollica

Gifford provides excellent care. Every one is a person, not a number like the bigger hospitals. Kind and professional help. Clean and modern facility.

Ron M

The doctors here are troglodytes. Be careful, they might treat you with leeches.

Jessica Lambert

Gifford's birthing center is second to none. Every member of the staff - nurses, midwives, and even those serving the food - is knowledgeable, skilled, and kind. The hospital is a wonderful asset to the Randolph community.

Matthewseven13 .

Since I was a kid, my entire family did business at this hospital, but about 10 years ago something changed. The attitude there now seems to be that patients are just a bother. On my last visit, I was made to feel like I was bothering the doctor because I have 3 hernias and wanted to have them repaired. There are still some nice people who care that work there, and I hope the tide will turn, but until then, I've stopped going there. When the entire staff begins to see their patents as human beings instead of a nuisance, I may go back, but not until then.