Jewell County HospitalMankato, KS
Jewell County Hospital is a critical access hospital, LTC and rural health clinic located in North Central Kansas since 1968. JCH is currently licensed as a 25 bed Critical Access Hospital. We offer a variety of quality services such as: Outpatient Clinic Appointments available 5 days per Week, Cardiology, Orthopedics, Physical Therapy, 24 HR Emergency Room service, complete clinical lab and diagnostic imaging services, Skilled Swing Bed, CT, MRI, Bone Density, Speech Therapy, and Occupational Therapy. This last year Jewell County Hospital LTC received a 5 star rating from CMS. The facility offers a beautiful landscaped walking trail, many activities for the patients, and six apartments located close to the hospital.
Jewell County Hospital/ LTC and Rural Health Clinic offer caring, personal, small town health care, where every patient is treated like family.
Jewell County Hospital employs approximately 100 employees and has been serving their rural community since 1968. Mankato is located 20 minutes from Lovewell Lake and State Park, which is the perfect place for fishing, hunting, camping, and outdoor adventures.
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Jewell 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 Mankato, Kansas (Population 869; Jewell County 3,077)
Rolling hills, prosperous farmland, active communities, and friendly neighbors are merely a small part of Jewell County in North Central Kansas. Just a short distance from major highways, Jewell County has ideal terrain for the avid hunter and many outdoor recreational activities. Glen Elder, Jewell County State Lake, Emerson Lake, and Lovewell State Park and Reservoir provide endless opportunities for water sports, fishing, and those wanting to get back to nature.
As far as economic prosperity, Jewell County is a progressive county that also takes pride in preserving the past. Jewell County is center to the Jewell County Fair, the Jewell Corn Show, the annual Antique Farm Machinery Show and Threshing Bee, and the Esbonfest. Peaceful surroundings, low cost of living, and quality education are reasons why families choose to live in Jewell County. Come and enjoy Jewell County, the gem of north central Kansas!!
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