One of the fastest growing critical access hospitals in the area, we proudly offer the same services as larger facilities, but with the personalized touch you deserve. Our compassionate and caring staff take the time to address your entire family's healthcare needs right here at home.
Whether you see us at the Kimball Health Services hospital or clinic, or at the Pine Bluffs Health Clinic, you matter to us!
You're not just a patient to us. You're family!
A group of Kimball Health Services RNs are getting hands on training in intraosseous infusion using chicken legs as part of a Pediatric Advance Life Support (PALS) training taught by KHS Paramedic Patrick Curry. This exercise simulates putting a needle into the bone to give fluids and medications. PALS is just one of advanced life support certification KHS hospital nurses are required to maintain. From left to Right - Susana Lopez, Jess Webb, Madie Snyder, Connie Hernandez and Jess Sick.
Congratulations to Kimball Health Services 2020 Employee of the Year Jess Webb! It’s often said that stressful situations can bring out either the best or the worst in people. For Kimball Health Services Clinic Director Jessica Webb, it’s been a case of the best. Click here to read the full story.
Kimball Health Services is working with Panhandle Public Health District for distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine. All Panhandle residents over the age of 18 that have not registered can do so now at vaccinate.ne.gov or www.pphd.org. If you need help registering, call either 833-998-2275 or 531-249-1873.
COVID-19 cases are on the rise in the area according to Panhandle Public Health and the Wyoming Health Department. In order to keep everyone safe and to allow us to continue to provide care to all patients, we are asking everyone to follow these guidelines.
Call Us Before You Come
If you have been exposed to COVID-19, been in contact with a positive person or you are having COVID-19 symptoms, please call to complete screening and receive instructions before coming in.
To keep staff and patients safe, walk-in patients with COVID-19 symptoms are not being accepted at the Kimball Clinic. An exam room specifically for patients experiencing symptoms has been established. Please call to complete a screening and to schedule a same day appointment.
If you have an emergency call 911.
Testing for symptomatic patients is available by appointment only in Kimball and Pine Bluffs. Please call to complete screening and to schedule a test.
Clinic and outpatient service visitors are limited to those accompanying a minor or providing assistance. Hospital patients will continue to be allowed one visitor per patient per stay.
Please continue all of the important precautions to protect you, your loved ones, and your community from the spread of COVID. Wear a mask when possible, stay at least six feet away from others, wash your hands, monitor for any symptoms, and stay home if you are not feeling well.
Panhandle Public Health District
Kimball Health Services continues to take measures to keep our patients and staff safe. With concerns over COVID-19 we have updated our visitation policies. Patients are limited to having one designated visitor for the full length of their stay at the hospital. Guidelines for visitors include:
Visitors will be asked to sign an agreement to wear a mask when possible, wash their hands frequently, monitor for COVID-19 symptoms and follow other safety guidelines when outside of the hospital.
We also ask that all patients enter the hospital and clinic through the main door on the west side of the building. All other entrances are locked and visitors are not allowed at this time. If you need to go to the emergency room - you may ring the bell at the ER door for admission. Our North Campus location is also restricting access to visitors at this time. If you need assistance with your bills, please call the Patient Accounting Office at 308-235-1990. For assistance with medical records, please call Medical Records department at 308-235-1968. Thank you for your cooperation.
As part of National Rural Health Day, Kimball Health Services today announced it has been recognized by The Chartis Center of Rural Health and the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH) for overall excellence in quality. Based on the results of the Hospital Strength INDEX from iVantage Health Analytics, the Performance Leadership Awards reflect top quartile performance among all rural hospitals in the United States in the areas of quality, outcomes or patient perspective.
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