In The News

LCH Laboratory Receives Upgrades from Broberg Estate Contributions

Lincoln County Hospital was the benefactor of two very generous memorial contributions from the Eileen Broberg estate and her family a few years back. Because of their enormous generosity, the hospital laboratory is now furnished with state-of-the-art equipment. Recent purchases utilizing their contributions include items such as a hematology analyzer which provides time sensitive on-site… Read More

250 Years of Service

Financially outperformed other similar rural hospitals in 2021*            *2021 CPA Audit Peer Group Study Results

What’s Up After Hours

Wed. June 16 | 5 p.m. Lincoln County Hospital (meet at Clinic door on NE corner of the campus) Meet all of the midlevel providers as LCH, along with Dr. Kinney, MD, who also serves as chief of medical staff Giveaways and door prices including an at-home blood pressure kit & first aid kit. Free… Read More

Foundation Garage Sale

There will be a Hospital Foundation garage sale on June 12 at 310 E North Street, Lincoln, KS.  Donations for the garage sale are being accepted.  Please call 785-524-4403 X 256 for further details or to make your donation. 310 E North Street Lincoln, KS 67455

New CNO Part of New Beginnings

After leading as the Interim Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) the last several weeks during the historic COVID-19 pandemic, Jackie Pounds, RN, is joining in the new beginnings at Lincoln County Hospital as its permanent Chief Nursing Officer. “Jackie has lead with confidence and a positive sense of collaboration during these especially difficult times,” said Jeanne… Read More

Lincoln Community Blood Drive

American Red Cross Blood Drive“Give blood. Help save lives.” Friday, June 26, 202012:00pm to 6:00pm St. Patrick’s Parish Hall216 West Elm St.Lincoln, KS 67455 Kati Gardner, our Education/Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, recommends building your iron levels to prepare for giving blood. You can do this by eating iron-rich foods, including: Meat and eggs – beef, ham, turkey,… Read More

COVID-19 Pathways to Recovery

COVID-19 has been an unprecedented challenge for our nation and the hospitals and health care systems thatserve communities across the United States. We’ve cheered the heroics of nurses, physicians, emergency medical technicians, orderlies, dieticians and otherhospital workers who have cared for their patients under extraordinary circumstances. We’ve applauded the labtechs and scientists working around the… Read More

Recognizing our Health Care Heroes during National Hospital Week

Yesterday kicked off National Hospital Week, 2020. Has there ever been a more important and opportune time to observe it? Hospitals and health systems and the amazing women and men that staff them always give their best to keep people and communities healthy. Their mission doesn’t change: Health comes first. This year, of course, the… Read More

KHA Encourages Kansans to Celebrate Hospital Week

“National Hospital Week: May 10-16, 2020 – Where Health Comes First” “There has never been a more important or appropriate time to honor our hospitalsand the people who work in hospitals. Next week, the Kansas Hospital Association will be doing justthat as we join our members in celebrating hospitals, health systems, and staff who support… Read More

National Hospital Week Kicks Off Tomorrow

As we are in the middle of National Nurses Week and National Hospital Week kicks off tomorrow, we must continue to give support and thanks to the women and men of America’s hospitals and health systems who are on the front lines of the COVID-19 battle. Their courage, compassion and commitment to caring continues to… Read More