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Public Health Announcement Released April 20, 2020 Dear Hodgeman County Residents: Thank you for all you have done during this difficult time to prevent spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in our community. All of your sacrifices have protected our
Public Health Announcement Released April 6, 2020 Dear Hodgeman County Residents: Thank you for all you have done during this difficult time to prevent spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in our community. All of your sacrifices have protected our
Patients and visitors, in light rapidly changing guidance on managing the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, we are instituting the following measures to decrease the potential spread of disease: All patients, staff and other persons needing to access the hospital
Dear Residents of Hodgeman County: The coronavirus pandemic was declared a national emergency by President Trump as of Friday March 13th, 2020. This particular strain of coronavirus, COVID-19, is of concern because it is the first time that this strain
HCHC Radiology begins 2020 with a new CT Scanner January 1st, 2020 (JETMORE) Hodgeman County Health Center is beginning the new year with a new Computerized Tomography (CT) Scanner with greatly increased resolution and new features that generate better diagnostic
HODGEMAN COUNTY HEALTH CENTER PARTNERS WITH HOLISTIC PAIN MANAGEMENT The New In-Hospital Service is Set to Provide Patients with a Non-Opioid Option for Pain Treatment Jetmore, Kansas [Feb 11, 2020] — Hodgeman County Health Center (HCHC), a 25-bed critical-access hospital
Jetmore, Kansas – October 4, 2019. The National Council on Independent Living awarded Hodgeman County Health Center a grant for clinic equipment designed to increase access for the elderly and mobility impaired. A powered, barrier-free exam table/ chair combo was
Drs. Kristie and Robert Clark will once again appear on the Smoky Hills PBS show “Doctors on Call” on Tuesday April 16 at 7pm. Drs. Clark will be discussing General Health and Wellness Issues related to healthy eating and exercise.
Apartments Available!! 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments Contact Nicole @ 620/357-8361 or stop by Hodgeman County Health Center for a rental application! Click here to view photos