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Lincoln County Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Lincoln County, KS.

Lincoln County Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Lincoln County Hospital is a government - local hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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What an absolutely wonderful team in the Safari ward and a huge thank you to the Dentist running the Friday Community clinics. I thought the whole experience was very reassuring. My son and us parents! had a very supported and calm day on Friday. My son had some teeth out under general Anaesthesia. We were all reassured the whole time by the team around us and the care at every level from start to finish was very attentive The anaesthetist too was so gentle with the children and explained everything. He made flying and dreaming sound so gentle .. so thank you very much team at Lincoln (a month ago)

Went to A&E department at midnight due to severe swollen eye pain which I had for 3 days straight, could not sleep or see with it, a case of Uveitis as I am a nurse myself . Had to wait 3 hours which is understandable due to staff shortages. However, after the wait was over, the doctors did not even look at my eye properly, called it an infection almost instantly, gave a simple anti-infection cream for it which made the eye nerve burn even more. Had to travel abroad to buy corticosteroid eye drops which allowed me to finally sleep at night and cured the eye in a week. The apathy of doctors is absolutely disgusting. (a month ago)

Was on holiday in chappel st Leonard's last week my auntie was took I'll her heart stopped twice rang ambulance was taken to Lincolnshire hospital by two wonderful ambulance staff surgeon stayed to do what he had to do although he should have been off shift fitted her with a pacemaker straight away and then gave us a lift back to where we were staying over an hour away and far out of his way because we had no transport and couldn't get a taxi how can we ever repay you and everyone involved in her care I will never know but you are all truly the most amazing people ever thankyou all from both me and my auntie Shirley Williams lots of love from both of us ❤❤❤❤❤❤ (a week ago)

What a fantastic hospital! - everyone, without exception, from consultants to nurses to porters were so caring and helpful, and not forgetting our brilliant ambulance paramedics. My wife was 200 miles from home with a broken hip, and the care she received was great. She shattered her hip Saturday afternoon, had a new one by Sunday lunchtime - God bless the NHS, and Lincoln County in particular of course, is all I can say! (3 months ago)

Lovely hospital however you have to pay for parking and the maternity unit needs updating (2 months ago)

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