Monroe Clinic

Detailed report on the hospital located in Monroe, Wisconsin (WI).

Monroe Clinic is a non-profit acute care hospital based at 515 22nd Avenue in Monroe, WI. The facility is accredited and provides emergency services. The mortality rate for heart attack patients at the facility is no different than the national rate. The patient mortality rate is also no different than the national rate. In 2006, a total of 1,240 Medicare patients were given 6,128 days of PPS inpatient care and services. The provider was reimbursed $11,118,202 by Medicare for those services. 8,490 Medicare patients were given outpatient care and services by this provider in 2006. The provider was reimbursed $8,523,631 by Medicare for these services.

When compared to state levels, heart failure patients at this facility are more likely to be given discharge instructions.

Overall Rating

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Rated 1.62 out of 5 from 8 User Reviews
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Quality of Care Rating

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Rated 1.50 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

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Rated 1.75 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

Facility Rating

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Rated 2.88 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

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Rated 2.38 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

Facility Type

Acute Care

Ownership Type

Voluntary Non-Profit - Church

Address

515 22nd Avenue
Monroe, WI 53566

Phone Number

(608) 324-1000

Geographic Coordinates

42.607539, -89.63261
* The accuracy of these coordinates is at a address level.

Accredited

Status

Indicates whether the facility is accredited.

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Yes
Wisconsin
87 (76.32%)
United States
3,333 (77.01%)

Emergency Services

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers emergency care services.

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Yes
Wisconsin
110 (96.49%)
United States
3,947 (91.20%)

Quality Measures

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Heart Attack Patients Given Inhibitor or ARB

The percentage of heart attack patients given ace inhibitor or arb for left ventricular systolic dysfunction (lvsd). The sample size for this measure was 1 patients.

Note:
  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

This Provider This Provider
100.00%
Wisconsin
85.25%
United States
82.44%

Heart Attack Patients Given Aspirin at Discharge

The percentage of heart attack patients given aspirin at discharge. The sample size for this measure was 6 patients.

Note:
  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

This Provider This Provider
83.00%
Wisconsin
94.16%
United States
90.10%

Heart Attack Patients Given Beta Blocker at Discharge

The percentage of heart attack patients given beta blocker at discharge. The sample size for this measure was 9 patients.

Note:
  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

This Provider This Provider
89.00%
Wisconsin
91.97%
United States
89.74%

Heart Failure Patients Given ACE Inhibitor or ARB

The percentage of heart failure patients given ace inhibitor or arb for left ventricular systolic dysfunction (lvsd). The sample size for this measure was 33 patients.

This Provider This Provider
100.00%
Wisconsin
85.77%
United States
82.00%

Heart Failure Patients Given Discharge Instructions

The percentage of heart failure patients given discharge instructions. The sample size for this measure was 77 patients.

This Provider This Provider
88.00%
Wisconsin
73.25%
United States
60.95%

Pneumonia Patients Given Influenza Vaccination

The percentage of pneumonia patients assessed and given influenza vaccination. The sample size for this measure was 31 patients.

This Provider This Provider
84.00%
Wisconsin
79.28%
United States
69.93%

Pneumonia Patients Given Antibiotics within 4 Hours

The percentage of pneumonia patients given initial antibiotic(s) within 4 hours after arrival. The sample size for this measure was 139 patients.

This Provider This Provider
81.00%
Wisconsin
87.49%
United States
80.14%

Pneumonia Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice

The percentage of pneumonia patients given smoking cessation advice or counseling. The sample size for this measure was 34 patients.

This Provider This Provider
68.00%
Wisconsin
81.75%
United States
79.65%

Pneumonia Patients whose Blood Culture Performed Prior to Antibiotics

The percentage of pneumonia patients whose initial emergency room blood culture was performed prior to the administration of the first hospital dose of antibiotics. The sample size for this measure was 96 patients.

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94.00%
Wisconsin
94.28%
United States
90.43%

Surgery Patients Given Appropriate Antibiotics

The percentage of surgery patients who received the appropriate preventative antibiotic(s) for their surgery. The sample size for this measure was 97 patients.

This Provider This Provider
93.00%
Wisconsin
93.54%
United States
89.88%

Heart Attack Patients Given Aspirin at Arrival

The percentage of heart attack patients given aspirin at arrival. The sample size for this measure was 15 patients.

Note:
  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

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100.00%
Wisconsin
94.40%
United States
92.45%

Heart Attack Patients Given Beta Blocker at Arrival

The percentage of heart attack patients given beta blocker at arrival. The sample size for this measure was 5 patients.

Note:
  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

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100.00%
Wisconsin
91.57%
United States
87.23%

Heart Attack Patients Given Fibrinolytic Medication within 30 Minutes

The percentage of heart attack patients given fibrinolytic medication within 30 minutes of arrival. The sample size for this measure was 1 patients.

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  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

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100.00%
Wisconsin
13.25%
United States
31.22%

Heart Attack Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice

The percentage of heart attack patients given smoking cessation advice or counseling. The sample size for this measure was 1 patients.

Note:
  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

This Provider This Provider
100.00%
Wisconsin
90.82%
United States
87.61%

Heart Failure Patients Given Evaluation of LVS Function

The percentage of heart failure patients given an evaluation of left ventricular systolic (lvs) function. The sample size for this measure was 116 patients.

This Provider This Provider
99.00%
Wisconsin
87.64%
United States
83.53%

Heart Failure Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice

The percentage of heart failure patients given smoking cessation advice or counseling. The sample size for this measure was 8 patients.

Note:
  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

This Provider This Provider
100.00%
Wisconsin
80.17%
United States
81.61%

Pneumonia Patients Given Pneumococcal Vaccination

The percentage of pneumonia patients assessed and given pneumococcal vaccination. The sample size for this measure was 121 patients.

This Provider This Provider
89.00%
Wisconsin
78.42%
United States
69.00%

Pneumonia Patients Given Oxygenation Assessment

The percentage of pneumonia patients given oxygenation assessment. The sample size for this measure was 169 patients.

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99.00%
Wisconsin
99.77%
United States
99.26%

Pneumonia Patients Given Most Appropriate Antibiotics

The percentage of pneumonia patients given the most appropriate initial antibiotic(s). The sample size for this measure was 104 patients.

This Provider This Provider
90.00%
Wisconsin
87.37%
United States
82.91%

Surgery Patients Given Antibiotics 1 Hour Before Incision

The percentage of surgery patients who received preventative antibiotic(s) 1 hour before incision. The sample size for this measure was 397 patients.

This Provider This Provider
76.00%
Wisconsin
84.07%
United States
76.95%

Surgery Patients whose Antibiotics Stopped within 24 Hours of Surgery

The percentage of surgery patients whose preventative antibiotic(s) are stopped within 24 hours after surgery. The sample size for this measure was 387 patients.

This Provider This Provider
83.00%
Wisconsin
80.41%
United States
71.77%

Mortality Rates

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30-Day Mortality Rate from Heart Attack

This hospitals 30 day patient death (mortality) rate from heart attack. The value is one of three types: Better, no different, or worse than the national rate.

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30-Day Mortality Rate from Heart Failure

This hospitals 30 day patient death (mortality) rate from heart failure. The value is one of three types: Better, no different, or worse than the national rate.

No different than National Rate
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Treatment Figures

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PPS Inpatients

The number of prospective payment system inpatients treated by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part A in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

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1,240
Wisconsin Average
2,182
United States Average
2,267

PPS Inpatient Utilization Days

The number of days of prospective payment system inpatient care that are chargeable to Medicare Part A facility utilization by this provider in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

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6,128
Wisconsin Average
14,491
United States Average
17,102

Outpatients

The number of outpatients treated by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part B in 2006. An outpatient is defined as a patient treated in under 24 hours at a qualifying medical facility.

Note:

These figures may include data from other departments at this facility.

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8,490
Wisconsin Average
5,737
United States Average
7,242

PPS Inpatient Days

The number of days of prospective payment system inpatient care given by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part A in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
6,148
Wisconsin Average
14,561
United States Average
17,255

PPS Inpatient Discharges

The number of prospective payment system inpatient discharges made by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part A in 2006. A discharge is defined as a formal release from a hospital or skilled nursing facility. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

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1,711
Wisconsin Average
2,861
United States Average
2,995

Financials

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Medicare PPS Inpatient Payments

The total prospective payment system inpatient associated Medicare Part A payments, plus pass-through, made to this provider in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$11,118,202
Wisconsin Average
$26,098,743
United States Average
$28,006,530

Medicare Payments Per PPS Inpatient Day

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered prospective payment system inpatient day in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$1,808
Wisconsin Average
$1,792
United States Average
$1,623

Medicare Payments Per PPS Inpatient Discharge

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered prospective payment system inpatient discharge in 2006. A discharge is defined as a formal release from a hospital or skilled nursing facility. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$6,498
Wisconsin Average
$9,122
United States Average
$9,352

Medicare Outpatient Payments

The total outpatient associated Medicare Part B payments made to this provider in 2006. An outpatient is defined as a patient treated in under 24 hours at a qualifying medical facility.

Note:

These figures may include data from other departments at this facility.

This Provider This Provider
$8,523,631
Wisconsin Average
$5,180,448
United States Average
$5,694,349

Medicare Payments Per PPS Inpatient

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered prospective payment system inpatient in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$8,966
Wisconsin Average
$11,961
United States Average
$12,356

Medicare Payments Per PPS Inpatient Utilization Day

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered prospective payment system inpatient utilization day in 2006. This measure includes full days, coinsurance days, and lifetime reserve days. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$1,814
Wisconsin Average
$1,801
United States Average
$1,638

Medicare Payments Per Outpatient

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part B covered outpatient in 2006. An outpatient is defined as a patient treated in under 24 hours at a qualifying medical facility.

Note:

These figures may include data from other departments at this facility.

This Provider This Provider
$1,004
Wisconsin Average
$903
United States Average
$786

Reviews and Ratings

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A Review by Anonymous

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Asked if it was emergency room visit or urgent care I told them it was urgent care and the upgraded their pay to emergency based on "just in case x-rays" without informing me! Called them they told me a supervisor would review it and call me back. Called back the wrong number which I haven't had for seven years and never gave to them even after I gave them my number. Called back with the same issue and told the same thing " they're submit it to a supervisor " . No fix to the problem yet still waiting on answers.

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Excellent treatment, doctors with the highest knowledge and professionalism. Thank you Monroe Clinic, I am extremely impress with the care you give your client!

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I had went into this,hospital in severe pain n suffering. For a,month they was telling me nothing was wrong (heartburn). Fought tooth n nail to get nasea meds my body was,rejecting everything even water, Gatorade.i finally went back n found out I had a spontaneous pneumothorax which is a collapsed lung.they did emergency surgery the first 30 minutes I was there n put me in a room on a dead end on the hospital told me that I was to have another chest lung tube put in with a camera in my boob. It's been a month now n I'm no better off then I was before. I hurt like hell n they won't help me. I don't suggest anyone go here if your not on your death bed drive to UW...this place Will break you down all you are is a paycheck to these fools your insurance pays put the ass for the visit to tell you u can take ibuprofen.. I also have copd n emphysema. They suggested I use icy hott on a,knot they put in my back. That does not allow me to lay down and sleep if anyone is interested in a class action lawsuit I'll kick it off. Contact me asap... chasitynamariamirakelley@gmail.com

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Insurance:
Tricare
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You loved one will be ignored, and serious injuries also ignored ... until they find out your spouse is an attorney. Suddenly, amazingly, you will receive attention and have xrays taken which will reveal the fractured arm they were about to send your college aged child home with after telling him to just take 800 mg ibuprofen. Terrible. Feel sorry for patients who weren't "important enough" or married to a lawyer.

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my mother went recently for a follow up appointment. the doctors ignored her, and the health issues she has. they are constantly rude,ignorant, and unresponsible. She called once with a question, the nurse hung up on her and 3 days later recieved a threatening letter. What kind of medical care facility are these people running? I for one will never see anyone there. And personally am surprised no one has sued them yet.

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Blue Cross / Blue Shield
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40years of physicals, Urey unable to detect advanced cancer.

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Pediatric Dr rude, unprofessional to my daughter. My daughter brought her son into the the DO's office for a health concern as she has multiple times before. Dr C observed small red marks on his back and would not address the reason the child was there but started in on questioning my daughter on the marks. That would have been ok except the DO started to question the daycare provider and my daughter was aware every time he falls or gets hurt there and she explained this to the DR. The DO's additude was rude, stated that it was her "fault she is putting her family through this" My daughter had never seen these small marks on his back and by the end of the day everyone was hard pressed to see these marks. she was treated as a guilty person. The DO ran out after taking pictures and stated she had to report this. Never did address my daughters concerns. We appreciate the investigation just in case abuse were going on at the daycare however for the DO to behave in such a unprofessional manner,is horrible. My daughter stated that she was giving Monroe Clinic a chance despite all the bads things we all hear about them. She will not be going back to her. I am a mandatory reporter as well, common sense would tell you not to treat a person as if they were guilty nor ignore medical issues even without training which is how she appears. Waiting fot the apology letter.....

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DON'T GO HERE! This is the WORST Hospital I've ever been to. I took my daughter to 2 pediatricians and BOTH were horrible. On a visit to the first, my wife and I were concerned that our daughter was a bit pigeon toed. When we asked the doc to look, she said "Oh dear God!" and we should take her to UW Madison. We waited 2 weeks, wondering if her feet would need to be broken and cast, if she could play sports, etc, etc. When we went, the doc in Madison said she was perfectly normal. The reaction from the Monroe doc was totally uncalled for. Shame on us for going back to her when our daughter had a cold. The doc said we would see bleeding from the ears, and sent us home with anitbiotic. We spent another 2 agonizing weeks due to this doc, wondering if our daughters hearing would be compromised, and if we would need to rush to the ER. Nothing happened and the docs reaction was again totally uncalled for. We finally learned and went to a new doc. We had the opposite problem this time. The doc would ramble on during the entire visit and send us off with an antibiotic for a cold. We were to have a refill, but were unable to refill before going out of town for a long weekend because the doc did not provide for a refill on the original scrip. She could not be reached, and the clinic wanted us to incur an ER visit at our expense to have another doc write a new scrip. Shame on us for going back to her. This time she didn't even send the scrip, and I sat and Walgreens for over 1 hour trying to find the doc to get the scrip sent. I finally learned my lesson. When I called customer service, I was kindly sent to the Patient Advocate. That's the end of the pleasant experience. He should be called a Hospital Advocate. After several rounds, he offered 15% off the unpaid balance to the 2 docs. This amounted to about $40 discount on almost $500 bills, after my insurance paid. This is the worst doctor experience I have ever had. I had a long time doc that was a full time farmer. I do not have unrealistic expectations. Monroe Clinic in the worst experience I have had with any business, not just a hospital. DO NOT GO TO MONROE CLINIC if you value the health of your child!

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I believe this hospital is ready to take on a lawsuit

I believe this hospital is ready to take on a lawsuit
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How many people have to go thru what I did n the many others before we stand our ground.... if you want contact me chasitynamariamirakelley@gmail.com

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Nearby Hospitals

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    FHN Memorial Hospital
    Located 21.56 miles away in Freeport at 1045 West Stephenson Street.
  2. Hospital
    Stoughton Hospital
    Located 30.49 miles away in Stoughton at 900 Ridge Street.
Note: There are a total of 2 hospitals within 35 miles of this provider.

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Monroe at a Glance

Monroe has a total population of 10,843, of which 2,659 are children under the age of 18 and 2,014 are seniors 65 and older. The median age is 38.9.

Total Population:
10,843
Median Age:
38.9
Males:
5,138 (47.4%)
Female:
5,705 (52.6%)
Children (0-17):
2,659 (24.5%)
Adults (18-64):
6,170 (56.9%)
Seniors (65+):
2,014 (18.6%)
Age Breakdown:
Breakdown of age groups in Monroe
Married:
4,876 (45.0%)
Divorced:
938 (8.7%)
Marriage Breakdown:
Breakdown of marriage in Monroe
Hispanic Ethnicity:
158 (1.46%)
White:
10,596 (97.72%)
African American:
38 (0.35%)
Asian:
34 (0.31%)
Pacific Islander:
0 (0.00%)
Indian:
37 (0.34%)
Other:
59 (0.54%)
Two or More:
79 (0.73%)
Racial Breakdown:
Breakdown of race in Monroe

Health

The average number of disabilities per resident is 0.34, which does not include institutionalized individuals.

Disabilities:
0.34 (Per Capita)
Dialysis Centers:
2
Doctors:
405
Home Agencies:
1
Hospitals:
1
Nursing Homes:
2
Medical Suppliers:
8
Rehab Centers:
1

Wealth

The median family income is $47,361 while the median household income is $36,922. Roughly 5.33% of the population live in poverty.

Family Income:
$47,361
Household Income:
$36,922
In Poverty:
5.33%

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