Mission: Provide quality, accessible, and valuable health care services via a hospital, home health agency, and clinic to the surrounding rural community.
Programs: Grand itasca clinic and hospital is an integrated multi-specialty clinic and acute-surgical hospital. The facility is licensed for 64 beds which are compirsed of 48 medical beds, 10 intensive care beds and 6 ob beds. In addition to providing traditional hospital services, the facility has four surgery sites, a 24-hour emergency department, outpatient mental health services, outpatient rehabilitation services, and outpatient clinic services. The facility employs approximately 750 people including over 60 healthcare providers. The facility served over 1,600 inpatients and over 206,100 outpatient encounters including clinic, emergency room, outpatient imaging and outpatient surgical procedure. Grand itasca serves the patient regardless of the person's ability to pay. During the calendar year, the facility provided 442,987 of charity care, 337,332 of discounts to the uninsured and absorbed 11,689,792 of unpaid medicare and medicaid costs. Grand itasca clinic and hospital also provides other support to the community through cash and in-kind donations that totaled 11,692 in 2017 calendar year. In addition, grand itasca provided healthcare support services of 20,057 including patient transportation. Grand itasca also paid 1,222,092 in payments for minnesota care tax and medicaid surcharges, which were used to fund care for the indigent and underinsured.
This place has a few good to great physicians. The few I have experienced and the stories I have heard are atrocious. I have and am still suffering some issues related to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder caused by a 2 day hospital stay. This was in the last half of 2011. I was taken off three medications that need to be reduced gradually. Instead, I was pulled off cold turkey to continue the withdrawal symptoms at home. My life and personality haven changed. These medications I took were needed for a spinal cord tumor and subsequent surgery. I was given prescriptions and did not abuse my medications. The final notes on my stay did not (according to three of my family members) coincide with instructions they were given. My family also kept telling the physicians that I needed my medication.