Lincoln County HospitalLincoln, KS
Lincoln County Hospital is a 14 bed, critical access hospital with two rural health clinics; one in Lincoln and one in Sylvan Grove. The medical staff currently consists of two full-time physicians, and three mid-level practitioners. A recent renovation project included: a new pharmacy, laboratory, two new emergency room bays, an ambulance bay, a new nurses station, the addition of three new patient rooms, expansion of all therapy departments, as well as, updates to the lobby, and the existing patient rooms. Physicians have in-house access to a 16-slice CT scanner, ultrasound, comprehensive lab services, and physical, speech, and occupational therapy. There are also weekly MRI services and monthly Nuclear Medicine services available. Digital mammography and bone density scans are also available.
"We are building a values based, mission driven patient safety organization focused on improving the health of and the healthcare provided to the people we serve."
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Lincoln County Hospital's Medical Services:
Lincoln County Hospital recently completed a six million-dollar remodeling project. The Hospital secured financing to initiate this exciting project through Public Building Commission Revenue Bonds. The project was completed in three phases to allow the Hospital to remain open during this period of time.
Loan Repayment and Tax Incentives:
Lincoln County is authorized to participate in the Rural Opportunity Zones student loan repayment and tax waivers program. Click HERE to view our Rural Opportunity Zones program offered through the Kansas Department of Commerce.
Living in Lincoln, KS (Population 1,297; Lincoln County 3,241)
Lincoln is located in the heartland of Kansas, 45 miles northwest of Salina and about 100 miles north of Wichita. Lincoln is situated on rolling hills overlooking the Saline River, thick with massive cottonwood trees. The Saline River has cut a wide and beautiful valley across Lincoln County to create a scenic landscape, and rich farmlands.
Lincoln County is famous for its limestone quarries, which historically have been used for homes, buildings, bridges, and fence posts throughout the area. The historic "post rock" buildings in downtown are absolutely beautiful, including the County Courthouse which was built in 1900 and is on the National and Kansas Register for Historic Places. Lincoln offers many outdoor activities including; hunting, fishing, and water sports, as it is located only 25 miles from beautiful Lake Wilson.
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