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!
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A popular women’s health provider is the latest addition to the growing medical staff at Kimball Health Services. Dr. Rene Hinkle, MD is a co-founding partner at Cheyenne Women’s Clinic. She is board-certified in OBGYN care with more than 27 years of experience in the field. She served as Chair of OB/GYN at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center and was Chief of Staff from 2012 to 2015. Starting Feb. 1 and 2, Hinkle will see patients two days per month at Kimball Health Services while still continuing her practice at Cheyenne Women’s Clinic. She’s open to also offering appointments at the Pine Bluffs Health Clinic if needed, she said. Read more...
An accomplished ear, nose and throat specialist with 19 years of experience in the field is joining the growing list of medical providers at Kimball Health Services. Otolaryngologist (ENT) William O. Dickey will serve at KHS for two days every other week, starting January 9. Dr. Dickey specializes in head and neck surgery and will offer a wide range of otolaryngology services including evaluations and treatment of sinus disease, ear tube placements, nosebleeds, hearing loss, thyroid and parathyroid disease, snoring and obstructive sleep apnea, allergy treatment, vertigo and dizziness, and swallowing and voice disorders. Read more...
A highly skilled orthopedic surgery team is joining the Kimball Health Services medical staff, signaling the beginning of an entirely new service line at the Kimball hospital. Dr. Jeffrey MacMillan, MD, and Karen Wenner, APRN, DNP, his assistant and business partner, will begin their practice at KHS on Nov. 1, bringing with them the capability of doing total knee, shoulder and hip replacement surgeries in Kimball. Read more...
With a ceremonial turn of a shovel, Kimball Health Services officials broke ground Wednesday on a new $43.6 million hospital, kicking off a long-awaited 18-month construction project to replace its 70-year-old facility. Read more...
A video of the full ceremony is available here!
Kimball Health Services has been ranked among the top 100 critical access hospitals in the nation.
The ranking is compiled by the Chartis Center for Rural Health and based upon the results of the Chartis Rural Hospital Performance Index, the industry standard for assessing and benchmarking rural and critical access hospital performance. Hospitals recognized as a top 100 facility had one of the 100 highest overall scores among 1,300 critical access hospitals nationally. Kimball Health Services was ranked in the 93rd percentile nationwide, receiving its highest marks in the areas of financial stability, outpatient market share and charges for services.
The new ranking demonstrates the hospital’s long standing commitment to providing exceptional and affordable healthcare to the community, said Ken Hunter, CEO at Kimball Health Services.
“We are incredibly honored to be named one of the top rural hospitals in the country,” Hunter said. “Earning this distinction is a testament to the incredible care provided by the KHS team. Their dedication is truly unwavering and to have it recognized on a national level is remarkable. It demonstrates KHS’s steadfast commitment to providing the best healthcare possible to our community while maintaining an efficient, effective and innovative organization.”
Based entirely on publicly available data, the Chartis Rural Hospital Performance Index uses 36 independent indicators and assesses performance across eight pillars of performance that span market, value and finance-based categories. The data and is updated three times per year.
“This program helps us identify and implement strategies for delivering higher quality care and better outcomes for our patients,” said Laura Bateman, director of Quality and Staff Development at KHS. “Our patients and community are our top priority, and we are committed to our mission of providing patient-centered healthcare with excellence in quality, accessibility and patient experience.”
The index is the foundation for many of rural healthcare’s most prominent awards such as the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals and is used by organizations such as the National Rural Health Association (NRHA) in support of its advocacy and legislative initiatives.
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