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About the Sheridan County Health Complex
Sheridan County Hospital was opened in 1952. The facility currently consists of an 18-bed Critical Access Hospital with an attached Federally Qualified Health Center (Hoxie Medical Clinic) a 32-bed long term care unit and eight (8) assisted living apartments.
SCHC is located in Hoxie, KS in northwest Kansas. Hoxie is the county seat for Sheridan County. Sheridan County is classified as a frontier county and has a population of approximately 2,550 people. Hoxie has a population of 1,250.
A National Health Service Corps Site
It is the policy of the Sheridan County Health Complex/Hoxie Medical Clinic (SCHC) to accept and treat all patients regardless of their ability to pay. We serve all patients and offer discounted fees for patients who qualify. We do not deny services based on a person’s, race, color, sex national origin, disability, religion and sexual orientation.
Sheridan County Hospital 2015 Community Benefit Report
Each year, hundreds of people seek medical services at the Sheridan County Health Complex which includes the Sheridan County Hospital, Hoxie Medical Clinic, Long Term Care Unit and Assisted Living Unit. Our staff is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of all those in Sheridan County and the surrounding region. The programs and services we provide go beyond statistics and numbers, as we often serve those who do not have the means to pay for needed health care services.
The Sheridan County Health Complex provides a safety net for vulnerable populations who have no health insurance. We provide individuals with Medicare or Medicaid expert medical care and access to the latest medical technologies, despite the fact that these government programs offer fixed reimbursements that often do not fully cover the costs for the scope of care and treatment needed.
The Sheridan County Health Complex offers a variety of free or low cost educational programs, support groups and health screenings each year. We provide a variety of direct health care services that are not profitable, but fulfill a great need in the community and region. We offer educational opportunities to physicians and health professionals throughout the region. We remain active in community organizations and endeavors that benefit us all.
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Sheridan County Hospital Price List
Last updated on 12-20-2018
Price Transparency Disclaimer: This list of charges reflects the standard charges for inpatient and outpatient services provided at Sheridan County Hospital. The hospital’s charges are the same for all patients, but the patient’s financial responsibility for services provided may vary, depending upon payment plans negotiated with individual health insurers as well as reimbursement schedules set forth by public payers such as Medicare and Medicaid. Patients should contact our Patient Accounting at 785-675-3281 for assistance. These charges do not include items or services that may be billed separately for physician services, lab, diagnostic services, etc.
Legal Disclaimer: Listed charges do not constitute a contract and may change frequently. Please contact Patient Accounting at 785-675-3281 for the most recent price.
Sheridan County Health Complex Reports
- Community Health Needs Assessment – June 2015
- Community Health Needs Assessment – June 2018
- CHNA 2018 – 2021 Implementation Plan
- CNHA Implementation Tactics 2015 – 2018
- Sheridan County Community Health Improvement Plan 2013 – 2016
We here at SCHC want to make sure that our community is protected as it can be against Identity Theft so that our loved ones can be safely cared for without the fear of getting impacted by another’s bad intentions towards our clients as much as possible.
Please click on the above link to the SSNRI home page for more information on this and read on how you may be affected by this and how you may be protected. Because next year in April 2018 everyone’s medicare cards will be changing. They will no longer have your Social Security Number on them, the (HCIN), instead they will have a new Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI) per the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) of 2015.