The Boone County Health Center, located in Albion, Nebraska is a recognized leader in providing a continuum of healthcare to the 10,000 rural residents in Boone, Antelope, Greeley, western Madison, Nance, western Platte, and Wheeler counties in north-central Nebraska for over sixty years. The Health Center and medical clinics are the singular and primary source of healthcare for the rural communities it serves. The hospital offers 25 all-private, spacious suites, five nursery layettes, and two family-oriented obstetrical suites. The Health Center is the hub for five medical clinics in the towns of Albion, Spalding, Newman Grove, Fullerton, and Elgin. The Health Center is a non-profit, county hospital that performs 60,000 procedures annually including laboratory, imaging, screenings, surgery, in-patient stays, obstetrics, outpatient procedures, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, and wellness management. Seven Family Practice physicians, seven physician-assistants, and two nurse practitioners staff the Health Center and satellite medical clinics. For detailed information view our medical staff biographies. Overall, the Center employs over 250 medical and support staff and is the largest employer in the service area. The Health Center also works in tandem with physicians across the state to offer over 15 professional outpatient clinics.
Box Butte General Hospital is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital and successor of St. Joseph Hospital, established in 1976 and located in Alliance, NE. Their team of over 290 employees provides patients with acute, observation, labor and delivery, swing, and intensive care alongside a variety of specialized services.
Butler County Health 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.
Community Hospital of McCook, Nebraska is a 25-bed non-profit Critical Access Hospital (CAH) that provides advanced care to more than 30,000 people throughout southwest Nebraska and northwest Kansas since its establishment in 1974. This facility embraces the latest technologies and employs the most qualified medical professionals to provide excellent surgical care, rehabilitation programs, obstetrics, emergency care, and offer a wide range of visiting specialists.
Fillmore County Hospital (FCH) is a 20-bed Critical Access Hospital located in Geneva, NE. In addition to the 20 acute beds, FCH operates an attached 10-bed Geriatric Inpatient Psych Unit – the only one of its kind among critical access hospitals across Nebraska. This geri-psych unit is truly a statewide resource. It has served patients in 80 of the 93 counties across Nebraska as well as all of the neighboring states that touch Nebraska’s borders. FCH also has a unique commitment to behavioral health in the outpatient setting as well and has developed adult, geriatric, and school-based behavioral health therapy programs. The hospital operates a 24/7 ER, the usual outpatient services, and a specialty clinic with over 25 different specialty providers available. One of those services is the Touchstone Orthopedics program. This program was founded by employed orthopedic surgeon Dr. Travis Stoner. Dr. Stoner’s surgical practice uses state-of-the-art MAKO Robotic Assisted surgery on total joint repairs and reaches patients far outside the borders of Fillmore County. FCH’s campus is relatively new – it was relocated to its current location right on highway 81 from the old landlocked location downtown on March 1, 2012. FCH is planning an expansion and renovation project in 2021 and beyond to address growth in several clinical and support areas. Work on this project is slated to start in late 2021 and will not be completed until 2023.
Franciscan Healthcare, located in West Point, Nebraska, is a nonprofit Catholic health care system which has clinics in West Point, Howells, Oakland, Scribner, and Wisner, a critical access hospital located in West Point, and rehabilitation facilities in West Point and Wisner. Franciscan Healthcare’s origin began in 1905 when St. Joseph’s Home for the Aged opened at the present site of St. Joseph’s Retirement Community and was staffed by four Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity. The Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, continue to sponsor Franciscan Healthcare.
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.
The Medical Center consists of both Howard County Community Hospital and Howard County Medical Clinic. The hospital is a 10-bed critical access hospital that has been providing quality, efficient health care since opening its doors in 1955. They have nine medical providers on staff that provide exceptional patient care in both the Clinic and Emergency Room settings. They also offer patients a variety of outpatient services from numerous specialty physicians across Nebraska.
Jefferson Community Health & Life operates a 17-bed, acute-care Critical Access Hospital in Fairbury, Neb., offering inpatient and outpatient services, including surgery, therapy, screenings, laboratory, radiology, pharmacy and emergency services. Jefferson Community Health & Life offers additional health and life services, including Fairbury Clinic (primary and family care), Burkley Fitness Center, Gardenside (long-term care), home health services and occupational health services. In addition, Jefferson Community Health & Life supports numerous education programs and support groups.
Melham medical center is a 23-bed acute care hospital nestled in the sandhills of Nebraska. Since opening our doors in 1972, our Mission has always been to partner with you to inspire healthy living through quality care. We provide our area with state-of-the-art healthcare and a commitment to serve you and your family. To aid in our mission, we have a 24-hour emergency room, as well as telehealth services, and newly remodeled, spacious private rooms for our inpatients. We have added over 20 specialty doctors to our specialty clinic, numerous outpatient services including IV therapy, 3D mammography, ultrasound services, nuclear medicine, and low-dose diagnostic imaging. Our staff work together to ensure caring and compassionate medical attention in a friendly and comfortable environment. Located in Broken Bow, we are large enough to serve and small enough to care.
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.
Located in Aurora, Nebraska, Memorial Community Health offers residents of central Nebraska a diverse, modern health care system that includes three family medicine clinics, a critical access hospital, outpatient specialty and diagnostic services, an independent and assisted living facility, and nursing home. For more information, visit www.memorialcommunityhealth.org.
Memorial Hospital opened its doors in September of 1950. Memorial Hospital has evolved into Memorial Health Care Systems which includes a 24-bed critical access designated hospital with three rural health designated clinics, a retail pharmacy, and small assisted living. Like health care itself, Memorial Health Care Systems is constantly progressing. From birth to end-of-life, MHCS provides big-city medicine with small-town hospitality…right here at home. When people choose Memorial Health Care Systems critical access hospital, three rural health clinics, retail pharmacy, and assisted living, it’s because of the personalized and exceptional care they receive from the staff.
Our growth and strength are credited to our dedicated team and the continued support and commitment of residents in our area.
Nemaha County Hospital is a county-owned 16-bed critical access hospital located in Auburn, NE. Serving people in Southeast Nebraska, Northeast Kansas, and Northwest Missouri, Nemaha County Hospital was named a 2021 Top 100 Critical Access Hospital. As one of the largest employers in the county, the team provides patients with acute care, radiology, surgery, in-patient stays, outpatient procedures, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, and emergency services. With 6 staff Physicians, 4 Physicians Assistants, and a wide range of visiting specialists, Nemaha County Hospital is here to provide Quality Care Every Time.
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.
Sidney Regional Medical Center is a 25-bed, non-profit Critical Access Hospital (CAH) designated healthcare facility. SRMC is committed to providing high-quality compassionate care by offering a broad spectrum of services and surgeries. SRMC was established in 1955, and has since then moved the Hospital, Physicians Clinic and Specialty Services to the new facility located at 1000 Pole Creek Crossing in Sidney, Nebraska.
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.
York General is a community, not-for-profit, multi-facility organization. For over 100 years, York General has provided quality patient/resident care, a broad range of services, and a strong commitment to York and the surrounding communities through the dedicated efforts of caregivers and support staff.