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 that provides acute-care/in-patient facilities, is proud to add Holistic Pain Management (HPM) to its list of patient services. With a focus on non-opioid chronic pain treatment, HPM is able to fill a need not previously available (or easily accessible) at HCHC and surrounding areas.

“We are very excited to partner with Holistic Pain Management to bring these services to Hodgeman County. I believe their priority on building relationships with patients first will be very well-received in our community.” – Phil Ginder, FACHE CEO/Administrator

Holistic Pain Management, recently moved into HCHC in order to meet the needs of Hodgeman County residents. One of the many new properties HPM has aligned with, HPM partners with hospitals looking for a pain management solution and introduces their resources into the system. This, in turn, benefits both the hospital and the surrounding communities.

“Holistic Pain Management is honored to have the opportunity to serve the Hodgeman County Community. We are excited to join the hospital team and work together to improve function in patients with chronic pain.” – Ryan Shedd, CEO, Holistic Pain Management

Holistic Pain Management clinics are now being offered at two locations in the area: O’Shea Memorial Clinic in Jetmore and Hodgeman County Medical Services in Dodge City. For more information or to book an appointment in Jetmore, call (620) 357-8361. To book an appointment at the Dodge City location, call the Holistic Pain Management Nurse Hotline at (800) 621-0310.

Hodgeman County Health Center, located in Jetmore, Kansas, operates a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital with a 24/7 Emergency Department, Acute Nursing, Skilled Nursing, and Outpatient Services; O’Shea Memorial Clinic, a Rural Health Clinic; an Intermediate-level Nursing Facility; and Bramley Place, an independent living complex. You can learn more about HCHC at hchconline.org, by calling (620) 357-8361, or by emailing hchcinfo@hchconline.org.

Holistic Pain Management is a hospital-based practice that serves the needs of those suffering from chronic pain. Founded in 2014 by owner and specialist, Ryan Shedd, HPM has locations across the United States and brings non-surgical injection therapies to communities previously lacking access to high-quality pain treatment. HPM has operated pain management programs in Kansas for the last several years.



Website:  https://www.holisticpainmanagement.com/about-us/

Hodgeman County Health Center partners with Holistic Pain Management