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Ed Fraser Memorial Hospital

Big-City Resources in a Small-Town Hospital

Ed Fraser Memorial Hospital
Phone: (904) 259-3151
Address: 159 North 3rd Street, Macclenny, FL 32063 MAP

Ed Fraser Memorial Hospital serves the population of Baker County and surrounding areas. Our 25-bed acute-care hospital offers full ancillary services including a 10-bed, 24-hour emergency department. Our staff is comprised of qualified physicians and nurses who provide personalized, compassionate care with state-of-the-art technology.

Services

Concerned about cost? Ed Fraser Memorial Hospital could be your most cost-effective option in the region. That’s important when you have high deductibles or have to pay out-of-pocket. A 2016 report from Becker’s Hospital Review found that “rural acute care hospitals charge far less than their urban counterparts.” For more information about the advantages of a hometown hospital, please see this informative article and video, Urban vs. Rural Hospitals.

Wondering about a specific charge or cost at our facility? Our Chargemaster provides you with a detailed list of rates that we charge for procedures, services, and goods.

The Road to Recovery

After your hospital stay or procedure, Baker Rural Health Clinic and Dopson Family Medical Center are there for you for your routine checkups, sick visits, and family-based care. Same-day appointments are available.

Our Quality is Verified

At Ed Fraser Memorial Hospital, we maintain the highest standards of medical care for our patients. One way to verify the quality of care we deliver is through Florida’s Agency of Health Care Administration (AHCA). The AHCA oversees the state’s Medicaid program to ensure patients’ length of stay and outcomes are in line with state standards. The AHCA issues an annual report that rates each Florida hospital against those standards.

As this report shows, Ed Fraser Memorial Hospital meets — and in fact, exceeds — the standards of all hospitals across the state in most categories. You can view the full report here. Because we treat a smaller number of patients annually, our reports do not appear on the AHCA’s website.