At Ferrell Hospital, we provide Emergency Care 24 hours a day, seven days a week because we understand your needs during an emergency. We are constantly working to find a new and better way to make sure that you receive the best and most efficient ER care. Treatment begins with our highly qualified RNs that are trained to assess the nature or severity of your health condition. Midge Beal, RN and Director of Emergency Services is just one of our many highly qualified staff members who make your ER visit a little less frightening. When seconds count in a true emergency, you can depend on Ferrell Hospital and our highly qualified staff of Nurses and Physicians.
We are dedicated to providing you with an environment “built on excellence”. You will find our nursing staff courteous, respectful and enthusiastic to serve your every need. Our highly trained staff will work closely as a team to provide your health care services. Skilled nursing services as well as rehabilitative services are available through our Swing Bed program.
The following rehabilitation services are provided at our physical therapy facility located across the street from our Hospital. Services provided include: Orthopedic and neurological physical and occupational therapy, industrial rehabilitation, General PT services, equipment, ultrasound, electrotherapy, cryotherapy, therapeutic exercise, gait training, balance assessment Built for Work offers individual work rehab programs including work hardening, job analysis, ergonomic assessments, industrial consulting for injury prevention. All services work with pain management, wound care, and education Our Highly-Trained and Professional Physical Therapy Staff includes: Physical therapist, Physical therapist technician, Physical therapist assistant, Occupational therapist, Industrial specialist, exercise physiologist and Special Services.
Lab, Radiology & Respiratory
Lab: Ferrell Hospital Laboratory is a full service facility that is CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act) certified and CAP (College of American Pathologists) accredited. All testing is performed by Registered Medical Lab Technicians or Medical Technologists. It is directed by a Clinical Lab Scientist. The lab is staffed 24 hours a day. Services are provided to all physicians, nursing homes and home health agencies. It is also a collection site for Department of Transportation drug testing, Pre employment and post-accident drug testing. For convenience Ferrell Lab is also a Lab One collection site. Other services include: Hematology, Chemistry, Special Chemistry, Urinalysis, Serology, Blood Transfusion Services, Coagulation Studies and Pathology.
Radiology: Ferrell Hospital Imaging Department provides the community with 24 hour compassionate board of certified staff. The staff perform services including: Mammography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Bone Densitometry, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, Computerized Tomography (CT) and General Radiology Services. General Radiography will be performed in the new state of the art radiography rooms. Each exam table is equipped with special features to accommodate all patients.
Respiratory: Ferrell Hospital’s Respiratory Therapy Department offers respiratory, cardiac, and sleep services. The RT staff consists of registered, certified and licensed therapists with over 60 years of experience. Our department has a tradition of caring and respect and it is reflected in the way we treat our patients. The following diagnostic tests and therapeutic services are available with a physician’s order: Aerosol Nebulizer treatments, Electrocardiograms, Sleep Studies, BiPap Therapy, 24-48 hours holters, CPAP trials, Mechanical Ventilation, Pulmonary Function Testing, Split Studies (if necessary), Oxygen Therapy, Arterial Blood Gas Testing and Patient Education.
Ferrell Hospital offers both Phase II and Phase III Cardiac Rehabilitation. Our Cardiac Rehabilitation Program coordinates exercise training and preventative services for people with cardiac illness. Our outpatient program is a structured and monitored program with ECG monitoring on cardiac patients. Phase II Cardiac Rehab is specifically for patients who have recently had a heart attack or heart surgery. Patients in this program wear heart monitors while exercising and attend education classes to learn about living with heart disease. Phase III Cardiac Rehab is for graduates of Phase II, as well as other patients whose insurance may not cover Phase II. Participants in Phase III are closely monitored during exercise and have their progression guided by our knowledgeable staff. Each participant in Phase III has an exercise program designed specifically for them.