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Hodgeman County Health Center (HCHC) emphasizes an environment of care where your health is our concern. We provide acute-care/in-patient facilities, an emergency room, a medical clinic, on-site long term care center and an independent living complex.

HCHC offers health and wellness services such as Acute and Emergency care, Out-Patient Service, Surgery, in-house Physical Therapy, an up-to-date Wellness Center, Diagnostic Services, and other associated services.

We invite you to browse our website to learn more details about the services we offer, to meet our staff, and learn who we are.

Perhaps you’re looking for a job opportunity in a great working environment with fun, caring people. Check out the Job Opportunities for a description that might fit you.

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Doctors On Call

Doctors On Call

Dr. Robert and Dr. Kristie Clark will appear on the program “Doctors On Call” Tuesday, April 17 at 7:00 pm. Doctors On Call is a live viewer call-in show hosted by Jenna Miller. This Smoky Hills Public Television production features Kansas doctors and health care professionals talking about health-related topics. The topic that will be discussed April 17th is about Custom Treatments Using Genetics. Please join in to view the program. Doctors on Call is brought to you by: Blue Cross Blu[Read more]
Local pediatrician elected to leadership role in statewide child advocacy organization

Local pediatrician elected to leadership role in statewide child advocacy organization

Jetmore – The Kansas Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics (KAAP) announced that local pediatrician, Kristie Clark, MD, FAAP was elected as the President-Elect beginning July 1, 2018. KAAP is a statewide organization that includes more than 90% of pediatricians in the state as members. The Chapter works to advocate for pediatricians and child health at a state level, and supports members in their practice through education and health initiatives. Dr. Clark will also be the President-Elect f[Read more]
Congratulations to HCHC LTC facility for a job well done on February, 2018 survey from the Kansas Department on Aging!

Congratulations to HCHC LTC facility for a job well done on February, 2018 survey from the Kansas Department on Aging!

KANSAS ADULT CARE EXECUTIVES Congratulations to you and your staff on February, 2018 survey from the Kansas Department on Aging. In an effort to recognize outstanding performances such as yours, the Kansas Adult Care Executives Association (KACE) would like to personally congratulate you on a job well done. KACE is a professional organization consisting of Administrators and Executives in long-term care. In an ongoing efforts to support professionals such as yourself, the KACE board would[Read more]
Icing Valentine’s Cookies at Long Term Care Unit

Icing Valentine’s Cookies at Long Term Care Unit

  It was Pumpkin Painting in October, then Christmas Ornament Painting in December and now it is Cookie Decorating for Valentines Day! The Jetmore United Methodist Church Middle School Sunday School class adopted the Hodgeman County Health Center Long Term Care as their community outreach partner. The Students, along with teachers Karla Dansel and Kristie Clark, along with several younger ones and their Moms, decorated 4 dozen delicious heart shaped sugar cookies with the nursing home [Read more]

 

 

Acute Care

The Nursing Department is staffed 24 hours per day, seven days a week. There is always a Registered Nurse on duty with the help of at least one Licensed Practical Nurse or Certified Nurse Aide. Care is provided in a

Emergency Room

The Emergency Room, located in the Acute Care Wing of HCHC, handles patients with speed and efficiency. This unit is always available for medical emergencies, however, if our facility is unable to handle the seriousness of a case, we have

Laboratory

  Lab is capable of performing routine lab tests, including most tests ordered by your physician. Less common test specimens are collected and sent by courier to the nearest lab facility capable of handling them, and the results will be

Long Term Care

Our Long Term Care has 25 beds with the majority of rooms being private.  Each room has a hi-lo bed, which allows residents easier access in and out of their bed, a bedside table, a dresser, and bathroom. Residents are

Surgery

  Surgical procedures are available at HCHC on a scheduled basis. Your physician will call the hospital and the case will be set up on the next available day. We normally do surgical cases once a week. Laparoscopic surgery, such

Radiology

We offer 24 hours Computed Radiography X-rays along with a 16-Slice CT scanner.  We can also schedule you for an MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Sonogram, and Mammogram/Dexa with one of our certified Mobile imaging partners that visit our Hospital. We are

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Giving Back

Hodgeman County Health Center has been greatly supported by the community throughout our years of operation.  The community has assisted with bonds to renovate the building and assured the facility stayed updated in regards to electronic health records.  HCHC believes

Contact Us

Hodgeman County Health Center 809 W. Bramley Street, P.O. Box 310 Jetmore, KS 67854 Phone: (620) 357-8361 Fax: (620) 357-6120 Email: hchcinfo@hchconline.org O’Shea Memorial Clinic 810 W. Bramley Street,  Jetmore, KS 67854 Phone: (620) 357-8354 Spearville Medical Clinic 205 Hall Street, Spearville,