Our Members

Harlan County Health System

Harlan County Health System is a founding member of the ruralMED Health Cooperative. The 19-bed Critical Access Hospital is located in Alma, Nebraska and offers emergency, outpatient, inpatient, specialty clinic and surgical services.

Lexington Regional Health Center

Lexington Regional Health Center is one of the founding members of RMHC and has served Dawson County, Nebraska and those in the surrounding areas since 1976 when it was originally named Tri-County Hospital. It is a full-service health center that offers acute care, swing-bed care, outpatient surgeries, private labor and delivery rooms, a full service laboratory, and radiological services. Other services available are: cardiac and respiratory rehabilitation services, sleep studies and physical therapy.

Phelps Memorial Health Center

Phelps Memorial Health Center is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital located in Holdrege, Nebraska, and is one of the founding members of RMHC. The doors opened in 1968 and has grown to employ over 200 teammates and provide over 100 healthcare services.

Tri Valley Health System

Tri Valley Health System is a founding member of RMHC that follows an integration of services approach to provide care throughout Furnas County and eastern Red Willow County. Some of their facilities and services include: Cambridge Memorial Hospital, Satellite Medical Clinics, Tri Valley Wellness and Rehab Center, Tri Valley Nutrition and diabetic Services, Tri Valley Diagnostic Sleep Center, Cambridge Manor, Heritage Plaza, Assisted Living Facility, Cambridge Memorial Hospital Auxiliary and Cambridge Care Call.

Butler County Health Care Center

Butler County Health Care Center has served the residents of David City and the surrounding areas since 1973 with acute and skilled care, classes and programs, diagnostics, emergency services, obstetrics and newborn care, outpatient services, therapies and surgical services.

Franklin County Memorial Hospital

Franklin County Memorial Hospital is a founding member of the ruralMED Health Cooperative. FCMH originally opened its doors in 1952 and has continued to provide clinical, inpatient care, surgery, radiology (including a 64 slice CT Unit), dietary, screening procedures, physical therapy, and laboratory services to its patients and communities.