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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Tax Credits Available

The Greeley-Wallace County Healthcare Foundation has been awarded credits for 2013-2014 tax years. As a rural community, the credits are offered at 70% of the contribution. Community Service Tax Credits are awarded by the Kansas Department of Commerce and offer the contributor an opportunity to positively impact a local project. An individual or business who has an obligation for Kansas State Income taxes may donate to this project. In order to receive a tax credit, an individual or business must contribute at least $250 to the Greeley-Wallace County Healthcare Foundation. For example, if you owe the State of Kansas $1,000 you may contribute that amount to the Greeley-Wallace County Healthcare Foundation and receive a $700 tax credit certificate. You will send the tax credit and the remaining $300 to the State of Kansas. The entire $1,000 donation is then eligible to be used as a charitable tax deduction on your federal tax returns. A person interested in contributing to this project should consult their tax advisor to understand how these credits may benefit them. The tax credits are available on a first come, first serve basis and are expected to go quickly. The Healthcare Foundation plans to assist Greeley County Health Services in purchasing a comprehensive communications system which will benefit patients and employees in the Greeley County Hospital, long term care and clinics in Tribune and Sharon Springs. Contact Chrysanne Grund cgrund@mygchs.com for information.