Benson Hospital - Medicare Critical Access Hospital in Benson, AZ

Benson Hospital is a medicare enrolled Critical Access Hospital in Benson, Arizona. It is located at 450 South Ocotillo Avenue, Benson, Arizona 85602. You can reach out to the office of Benson Hospital via phone at (520) 586-2261.

The ownership type of Benson Hospital is Voluntary non-profit - Private and it provides emergency services (Emergency Room). The Medicare ID (also called CCN - CMS Certification Number) for Benson Hospital is 031301.

Contact Information

Benson Hospital
450 South Ocotillo Avenue, Benson, Arizona 85602
(520) 586-2261
Not Available

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Hospital Profile

NameBenson Hospital
TypeCritical Access Hospital
Location450 South Ocotillo Avenue, Benson, Arizona
OwnershipVoluntary non-profit - Private
Emergency ServicesYes
Medicare ID (CCN)031301

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NPI Associated with the Hospital:

Unlike individual providers, Hospitals may have multiple NPI numbers for example, there can be a separate NPI for each unit within the hospital. We have found possible NPI number/s associated with Benson Hospital from NPPES records by matching pattern on the basis of name, address, phone number etc. Please use this information accordingly.

NPI Number1023632973
Address890 W 4th St, Benson, AZ 85602
Hospital TypeGeneral Acute Care Hospital - Critical Access
Phone Number520-586-3664

NPI Number1205327582
Address688 W 4th St Ste B, Benson, AZ 85602
Hospital TypeGeneral Acute Care Hospital - Critical Access
Phone Number520-720-6512

NPI Number1336118322
Address450 S Ocotillo Ave, Benson, AZ 85602
Hospital TypeGeneral Acute Care Hospital
Phone Number520-586-2261

Structural Quality Measures:

Able to receive lab results electronicallyNo
Able to track patients' lab results, tests, and referrals electronically between visitsNo

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Hospitals in Benson, AZ

Benson Hospital
Critical Access Hospital
Location: 450 South Ocotillo Avenue, Benson, Arizona 85602
Phone: (520) 586-2261    

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