What People and Patients Are Saying About Us

Salina Journal – September 9, 2017

Lincoln County fortunate to have great hospital
Picture it: A place where people are kind and caring, where you are greeted with a smile and “May I help you?” A place where when you walk in you are going to be taken care of with kindness, made comfortable and talked to as if you are the most important person in the world.
Looking deeper into this place a person realizes that, hey I really do count as a person and nothing else matters. You are taken care of; the place is clean and you are special no matter who you are. You are never looked down on or ignored. All are accepted no matter what care you need or who you are.
Lincoln County, Kansas, you do not have to picture this, you already have a place like this and this excellent and special place is your very own Lincoln County Hospital.
I have been in many hospitals and have no come across one like you have right here in your own backyard.
People from the nursing staff, nurse aide, housekeeping, maintenance, dietary, admission, lab, Xray, doctors, the whole administration work so hard to make you No. 1!
Lincoln County, you are so lucky to have such a wonderful place. A place where you are welcomed and treated like family in your time of need. A place where people care and truly take time to give their very best.
Be thankful for all you have; there are very few places like this around anymore.
God bless you all and thank you for all you do.
– Diane Reeves, El Dorado

Lincoln Sentinel – September 15, 2017

Thank You
I want to send a Big Thank You to Dr. D, all the great nurses who took good care of me while in the hospital. To the cooks for good food! Thank you also to the EMT’s! We in Lincoln are so blessed for our hospital and all the care givers! Last but not least Thanks to all who prayed for me.
– Larry Mettlen

Thank You
I would like to thank the Lincoln County Hospital and their wonderful ER staff for taking such good care of me during my recent ER visit. I was visiting the Denmark area from North Carolina for the Pioneer’s Remembered Ceremony and unfortunately suffered an acute appendicitis on Saturday, August 26. The staff was extremely professional and friendly and made sure I was made comfortable and transported to the Salina ER as soon as the diagnosis was made. I would also like to thank the Lincoln County EMS for their efforts to make my ambulance ride to Salina as pain free and expeditious as possible. My good friends, John and Ann Gableman, will always be in my debt for getting me where I needed to go and staying with me throughout this experience. Small town America has some Big Time great folks!
– Donna McKinney