Plains Memorial Hospital Rating
1 reviews
4.1 Rating 4.1
1 reviews

About Plains Memorial Hospital

Plains Memorial Hospital is Licensed by the Texas Department of Health as a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital dedicated to serving the people of Castro County.
Plains Memorial Hospital featured services include chronic care management, laboratory services, nursing services, radiology department, respiratory therapy, specialty services, and swing beds.

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Emergency Services
  • Emergency Department
Emergency Service Available


Group Service


Hospital Type
  • Critical Access Hospitals
Control Type
  • Governmental Hospital District
Subprovider Units
  • Swing Beds
Total Staffed Beds 17
Total Discharges


Total Patient Days


Total Patient Revenue

$9,624,424 Rating 4.1
(1 reviews)

Kelly Newell

My dad recently had an out patient surgery. I drove from New Mexico to pick him up and was greeted kindly and immediately. They treated my dad with great respect and just like he was their family member. Thank goodness for the kindness they showed him. I am fairly far away and feel so much better knowing there is good people in this world that I can count on.

Carol Hardin

I was in the ER at RPMH on Feb 10th and I had the BEST care possible!! . The doctor and the staff are the very best and I highly recommend Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital .

Tina Anderson

I took my father into the emergency room today at around 4 pm. He fell and hit his head and back. He is an elderly dialysis patient with congestive heart failure and diabetes. After he was brought back to his room I went back there. I could hear him hollering for help while the nurse sat literally not even ten feet away from where he was laying. The nurses name is Hydie (the staff refused to give me her last name). Then she stood there and laughed and pointed at me with the doctor. They had my father laying flat on his back and he couldn't breathe. She ignored him until I went off on her and had the doctor come. Then she said she couldn't find his chest ray records even though I could see them clear as day on the computer screen. I had to point them out to her. Then she lied to a police officer and said I threatened her. Which was a blatant lie. I never cursed or threatened. She told this lie because I had already said I was filling a complaint. And now I can't even go back to see my dad. It's 7:15 and I'm still here in the parking lot. I don't know what this nurses deal is but she has no business being a nurse. This is elderly abuse and she needs to be fired immediately. I plan to take this to the furthest possible level of proper channels. Nobody should be treated like this. Especially considering how much we pay for medical care.

Leti Castillo

We drove six hours away not knowing what to expect. I have to say the Labor & Delivery staff was nothing but amazing to us. We can't thank all those nurses enough. They made us feel like family. Comimg from Beeville Tx.

Michael Wyatt

Good hospital for a small community.