Critical Access Hospitals
Government - Local

LINCOLN COUNTY HOSPITAL

624 N SECOND, LINCOLN, KS 67455
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4.1 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
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About LINCOLN COUNTY HOSPITAL

624 N SECOND
LINCOLN, KS 67455

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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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Reviews

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! (a month ago)

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

Physiotherapy Outpatients - Seen by Neal in Outpatients very quickly with ankle injury. Feels much better after strapping, stretching advice and resistance band work. Thank you so much. (3 months ago)

I was transferred from Boston Pilgrim hospital and admitted straight to a ward, all the staff were very supportive and professional i could not have been looked after any better i was moved around to three different wards as the beds were required and each ward i spent time on was consistent in the care i recieved, i spent most of my stay on Hatton ward and i would like to pass on my thanks to all your staff from the domestics to the consultants i don't know where we would be without you. (2 months ago)

Actually one star is too much...Been a very scary couple of days soo far for us and our daughter Grēta and its very possible that its not done yet...with her air ways blocked...chest infection and bronchiolitis poor little baby been fighting to breathe and coughing like granddad was...rushed to Lincoln hospital in ambulance and spending there almost all night...is not been easy...she's only 8 weeks old...the best part is after spending a good 8 hours in hospital with 7 of thoes seating on A&E with my daughter in my arms they never gave her anything like medicine or even oxygen to ease my baby's cough or making her breathing any easier(apart from ambulance crew which they was 1000%more helpful than the actual doctors)...and then doctors said to us only if us are able to see her little rib cage or her lips turn blue...what??? Totally nonsense...that's NHS for you...Grrrrŗrrrrrr (4 months ago)

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