North Runnels Hospital Rating
7 reviews
3.3 Rating 3.3
7 reviews

About North Runnels Hospital

North Runnels Hospital is a critical access hospital located in Winters, TX it was founded in 1972.
North Runnels Hospital District is a fully accredited 12-bed hospital serving all of Runnels County and the surrounding areas.
The hospital features a 3-bed full-service emergency department, in addition to a variety of services including ultrasound, CT scan, laboratory, x-ray, respiratory therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, wound care services, EMS, and Home Health.

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Emergency Services
  • Emergency Department
  • Home Health
Emergency Service Available


Group Service


Hospital Type
  • Critical Access Hospitals
Control Type
  • Governmental Hospital District
Subprovider Units
  • Swing Beds
Total Staffed Beds 15

Licensed Beds 25

Bed Utilization


Total Discharges


Total Patient Days


Total Patient Revenue

$29,378,875 Rating 3.3
(7 reviews)

Christina Davis

Dr. McKinnon is hands down the best doctor our family has ever seen. He diagnosed our child when no one else could. He researches until he knows all their is to know about a patient and their condition. He is smart, a listener, and a friend. We also love Tami...she has the best bed side manner and my children love her. She makes them smile and very comfortable when she sees us. She goes above and beyond for her patients. We have also seen Dr.Fields, a new doctor, and were very pleased with him and his approach to our concern. Winters and Runnels County is blessed and highly favored. It doesn't get any better than these doctors, nurses, and staff. I must also mention how helpful the ladies at the front desk are. Thank you Becky. Thank you Larry/Bobbie and crew (the best emts around). Thank you Teresa, Elaine, Paula, Loretta, Linda, Suzy, Gracie, Diane, and Wendi. There are too many to name. This hospital really does have the biggest heart in our community.

Goodnews Goes

Dr. McKinnon is hands down the best doctor. He is our first choice over any other doctor..even our pediatrician. He is knowledgeable, always listens, researches, and always remembers you and your family. We trust him and his the family practitioners working with him. Tami is wonderful and also very good with children. We recently saw the new doctor, Dr. Fields, and he was also wonderful! Very personable, polite, and quick to treat. We were better the very next day. Thank you NRH! Winters and a Runnels Co. is blessed by you.

Grant Madden

Bobbie Collom was my paramedic instructor a few years back. I flew with her at Southwest Medivac, I have worked for her at NRHEMS, I have been her friend for a long time, she is truly a class act and is an all around wonderful woman. Great job Bobbie! Keep up the awesome job.

Amanda Woodfin

This was ABSOLUTELY the worst hospital we have EVERY been to! My seventeen year old daughter was sent in from her doctor for dehydration, headache, nausea and to have several tests done. The lack of professionalism and bed side manner is shocking! This experience not only has made us very hesitate to ever go to a smaller hospital like this just because the rules and regulations must be alot different from the normal, but we are now looking into changing doctors just because of this experience. I highly recommend you driving to Abilene or San Angelo just to get proper treatment. We will never go back to this hospital regardless of the situation.

Justin Young

Pour excuse for a hospital realy bad bed side maner. Shouldnt evan give it a