US Hospital Finder: Rogers Memorial Hospital


Name: Rogers Memorial Hospital

Address: 34700 Valley Road Oconomowoc, WI 53066-4599

Phone: 262-646-4411

Number of Beds: 90

Type: Nongovernment, Not-for-profit



JCAHO Accredited

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  • Drug Dependency Care
  • Nutrition programs
  • Patient Education Center
  • Psychiatric Care
  • Psychiatric Outpatient Services

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On Fri Jan 23 19:55:17 +0000 2015, Jamie Niver posted the following review:

Stay Clear of them. So my son's school had recommended Roger's Memorial Hospital when he was in first grade. He was showing signs of Adhd and other abnormal behaviors. They dignosed him with Adhd and put him on Adhd med. Later on they added on other diagnose and put him on more meds. His stay there wasn't pleasant for a child that young and I felt helpless. They kept him there for weeks at a time and finally we could bring him home but he wasn't acting himself and putting a child on a med like depakote seems down right dangerous especially when your child gives you the crazy I am going to kill you look. I pulled him out and his doctor put him on one med that she felt would be much safer. It has been a few years now and he is doing a lot better with out being in a place like that. Please parents look into a place before trusting them with your children. I was naive.

On Tue Mar 13 16:38:13 +0000 2012, Steve posted the following review:

First when you go to the web-site for Rogers remember they have a company do the review that really knows nothing about the hospital. Last year (2011) we had our son admitted twice to the Oconomowoc Facility and both times were a complete failer. The first time he was admitted he was in detox for 5 days and then released into a so called intense outpatient program through Partners in Behavioral Health (separate from the hospital but they lead you to think other wise), we thought it was helping until we noticed the signs of using again, he went day after day week after week to the counseling totally under the influence of heroin,with his eyes rolling back in his head and they said and did nothing and this went on until the insurance ran out and then let him go. The second time was detox and out. I have a co-worker who says he went basically through the same thing with his sister 5 years ago with the same result. I am not saying the failer was 100% the hospital because to get help you have to want it. But to let something like this go on and on is unexceptable. I guess what I am saying is look around for a good facility or hospital that was recomended by word of mouth and not some web-page desined to draw you in with questionable statments at a very desperate time in your life.

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