Camden General Hospital

Details

Name :

Camden General Hospital

Address  :

175 Hospital Drive

Town  :

Camden

State  :

Tennessee

Country  :

USA

Post Code:

38320

Phone  :

731 584 6135

Web URL  :

Specialization
  • General Surgeon
  • Internal Medicine
Facilities

Total Number Of Beds : 25

Other Facilities

  • Pathology
  • X-Ray

Advance Facility

  • Blood Bank
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Description

About Us
Camden General Hospital is a 25bed community hospital serving primary and acute care patients It is a member of the American Hospital Association Tennessee Hospital Association and West Tennessee Hospital Council Camden General is licensed by the State of Tennessee and approved by the Department of Health and Human Services for participation in Medicare and Medicaid programs Camden General is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations

MISSION STATEMENT
It is the mission of Camden General Hospital to improve the quality of life for all people in Benton County and surrounding communities by efficiently operating facilities that provide high quality healthcare services at the lowest possible cost to our customers We strive to exceed our customers expectations by continually improving our services and maintaining the dignity and respect of everyone we serve
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