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- General Info:
- Lake Regional Health System is a comprehensive health care provider at the Lake of the Ozarks. Whether you're a long-time resident or a seasonal visitor, you can count on Lake Regional for quality medical care. From our state-of-the-art hospital to our network of clinics, therapy sites and pharmacies, Lake Regional offers a wide range of services to meet all your health care needs.
- Extra Phones:
Urgent Care: (573) 302-3200
Physician Referral Line: (573) 348-8385
Pharmacy: (573) 302-2700
Billing: (573) 348-8727
Our 35-bed Emergency Department is a state-designated Level III Trauma Center that treats more than 34,000 patients annually. The hospital also features an 18-bed Intensive Care/Cardiac Care Unit and a 22-bed Stepdown Unit for patients progressing in their recovery from the ICU/CCU.
Lake-area residents and visitors who suffer from heart disease can receive comprehensive cardiovascular care at Lake Regional, including cardiac catheterization, open heart surgery and cardiac rehabilitation. Lake Regional offers full-service adult cardio-thoracic and vascular treatment, including aneurysm screening and treatment, cardiac bypass, heart valve repair and replacement, as well as peripheral vascular evaluation, screening, angiography, intervention and surgery.
Lake Regional Cancer Center is accredited by the Community Hospital Cancer Program from the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons. Accreditation is granted only to facilities that have voluntarily committed to provide the best in cancer diagnosis and treatment and comply with established CoC standards.
Lake Regional's board-certified orthopedic surgeons specialize in treating diseases, disorders and injuries of the musculoskeletal system, including, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments and peripheral nerves. They also repair broken bones, torn ligaments and cartilage, sports injuries, repetitive-use injuries in the hand and treat degenerative joint disease.
Lake Regional Pharmacy has three retail sites conveniently located in our Osage Beach, Camdenton and Lake Ozark clinics. Our experienced pharmacists take time to answer your questions and build a relationship you can trust. Lake Regional Pharmacy offers convenient online refills, as well as drive-thru service in Camdenton and Lake Ozark. The Osage Beach location is open daily, including Sundays.
Accredited by The Joint Commission, Lake Regional Rehab Therapy offers comprehensive rehabilitation services throughout the lake area. Our staff works with area physicians to create progressive, individualized treatment programs for a variety of musculoskeletal and neurological diagnoses. Our services include: inpatient and outpatient physical rehabilitation, occupational therapy, speech therapy, aquatic therapy, lymphedema therapy and massage therapy. Back to Golf and fall prevention programs also are available.
Completing the health system are seven freestanding primary care clinics, 17 specialty clinics, two urgent care clinics, four satellite physical and cardiac rehab therapy sites, three retail pharmacies and home health services, and a freestanding imaging center. Lake Regional Urgent Care is a walk-in clinic for minor injuries and illnesses. Patients are treated on a first-come, first-served basis. The clinics are conveniently located in Eldon at 304 E. Fourth St. and Osage Beach Medical Park, off Nichols Road.
- Payment method:
- visa, amex, discover, master card
- 54 Hospital Drive Osage Beach, MO 65065
- Our facility features private patient rooms, a large Outpatient department and a 35-bed Emergency Department.
- Italian, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Thai
Lake Regional Health System is a 501(c)(3) corporation. Lake Regional Hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission, which establishes one of the highest standards for safety and quality care for patients. Lake Regional Health System is a three-time recipient of the Missouri Quality Award. This prestigious honor, given by the Excellence in Missouri Foundation, is the official state recognition program for excellence in organizational performance and applying quality principles. The 500,000 square foot, 116-bed hospital is designated by Medicare as a Regional Referral Center.
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I wouldnt recommend this hospital for someone with somethin as little as a broken pinky toe!!!!!!! This hospital is by far the WORST hospital i have EVER been to.
Ive had two visits to this hospital the FIRST time was when i was pregnant 31 weeks, was stayin the night with family and woke up with CONTRACTIONS, so bein that the lake regional was the closest, i went to there Labor and Delivery, They put the doppler on... view more
Whatever you do, do NOT have surgery at this hospital. I can't say what the surgery itself is like but the surgery floor is, without a doubt, the most dangerous place I've ever seen. No one washes their hands, they constantly contaminate the wound as well as the dressings and would medication. The staff is poorly trained and just plain lazy. The hosp hires only newly trained RNs who have no prior experience. When I a... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
I would strongly not recommend this facility. I myself have been an ER patient there Twice. The first time I actually passed out in there ICU while visitng. I was instantly whisked away by the staff and slapped with a 100 dollar co pay AFTER I told them I was fine, and I just didnt like the sight of blood, not only that I also got slapped with a 1000 dollar ER visit bill because my Insurance provider did not cover th... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
I was very impressed with the care I received with my emergency visit. My eyes were swollen shut and I was having a bad allergic reaction. The staff saw me pull up and had a wheelchair at the door. I was swept away to the back and got immediate care; iv and breathing treatment. At the hospital in my hometown, they won't do anything without making sure you have insurance first, then I sat for 2 hours with a bag of i... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse