Kearney County Hospital"To know that even one life has breathed easier because you have lived, that is to have succeeded." -Ralph Waldo Emerson
Kearney County Community Hospital
The Kearney County Community Hospital was organized by the County Board in 1948 when the Seeley Hospital was acquired from Dr. H. S. Andrews. The Seeley hospital was sold in 1954, when a 28 bed hospital was completed. This structure was built by taxpayer’s bond and Hill-Burton funds.
Minden Medical Clinic
In 1994, with the purchase of the medical clinic, the Board of Trustees changed the facilities name to Kearney County Health Services. Renovations and an addition began to the Hospital in 2010. These changes included reducing the number of inpatient rooms to 10, updating and adding a second ER bay, and adding outpatient treatment rooms.
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