Hospital       Hospital

State-of-the-art software, equipment and an impressive suite of services assist our top-notch staff in providing outstanding patient care at this 18-bed critical access hospital.

Clinics       Clinics

GCHS provides ambulatory care in both Greeley and Wallace counties. Three providers, four mid-levels, and an excellent nursing and administration staff ensure that you and your family will receive exceptional care.

Long Term Care       Long Term Care

Attached to the Hospital and Clinic complex, our 32-bed long term care facility gives residents immediate access to the staff and services at GCHS. The recently remodeled building boasts wonderful accommodations in a comfortable layout.

Community Centered       Community Centered

Greeley County Health Services is committed to the growth and stability of the communities that we serve. As the largest employer in Greeley County we take our obligations seriously. Providing unsurpassed patient care is at the top of our list, but we also strive to contribute to a healthy environment for our staff and neighbors.

 

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GCHS Health Coach

Health Practitioner of the Year

Greeley County Health Services is pleased to welcome their newest practitioner, Kieran Phelan, Physician Assistant, to the health care team. Kieran joins Greeley County Health Services in the newest clinician role as the Health Coach. Kieran graduated from Wichita State University with her Physician Assistant degree in May of 2016. She received her Bachelors of Science and Life Science and Gerontology from Kansas State University. “I am excited to work in the Health Coach role and help in finding an efficient way to keep track of patients with chronic health problems and help them navigate the healthcare system in a rural area where there are less specialties available,” Kieran said. The Health Coach is a new role that was made possible by a new grant received from Health Resources Services Administration for the Small Health Care Provider Quality Improvement Grant. This three year grant is designed to redesign the office visit for chronic medical conditions and to improve health outcomes with improved communication, patient resources and education. The Health Coach position is integral to the grant and improvement effort. “We are so pleased to begin this project with Kieran. She is going to be a great asset to our work because of her compassion for patient care, training in primary care medicine, and experience in small, rural communities,” says Chrysanne Grund, GCHS Project Director. “We believe we can bring improved resources to our patients through this program.”