From Pete Rogers – Phillips County Public Health Officer
Starting in February of 2019, employees, patients, and visitors to the Senior Life Solutions area of the Phillips County Hospital have a better chance of surviving a cardiac arrest because of a newly installed automated external defibrillator (AED).
The Kansas Hospital Association has appointed four individuals from Phillips County Health Systems to serve on advisory committees during the 2019 term.
Phillips County Healthcare Foundation, a foundation that supports the non-profit healthcare entities in Phillips County, recently presented Phillips County Health Systems with a check for $2,000 to help fund the project of providing mammogram service
Phillips County Health Systems (PCHS) is pleased to announce the addition of Katie Van Allen to their radiology team as a Radiology and Mammography Technologist.
Phillips County Health Systems announces the relocation and upgrade to their primary entry location of the hospital to increase conveniences for patients, caregivers, families, and medical specialists.
Phillips County Healthcare Foundation was the recipient of a $5,000 Community Grant from PCCF to help fund the purchase of a mammography unit for the Phillips County Hospital.
Phillips County Health Systems is pleased to announce the expansion of their clinical rehabilitation team with the addition of a new physical therapist, Matt Broeckelman.
Phillipsburg, KS – For immediate release – High Plains Mental Health Center (HPMHC), in partnership with Phillips County Health Systems (PCHS) and the United Methodist Health Ministry Fund, is piloting an “integrated care” model for providing mental
Phillips County Health Systems is pleased to announce that Phillips County native, Tyson Wisinger, M.D., will be joining their medical provider team, starting practice in October 2018.