Convenient access to quality health care is important to everyone. Since its founding in 1919, Herington Municipal Hospital has recognized this and shaped its services to meet the growing needs of southern Dickinson, western Morris, and northern Marion counties.
HMH is a municipally-owned Critical Access Hospital, governed by an elected five-member board of trustees. Nearly 65 employees team to provide a wide array of services ranging from expert emergency, primary care, surgical and rehabilitative care, to dependable radiological and laboratory diagnostics.
But services alone hardly tell the story. It’s the individual, personalized care that lingers in the minds of patients. Rural Kansas living is a kinship like none other. Here, your healthcare team is made up of people you know. We’re your neighbors, friends, family, fellow church members, and acquaintances through school.
Herington Municipal Hospital believes that the health needs of our patients and the health care system are constantly changing, requiring innovative and effective leadership.
We believe that our employees, our medical staff, volunteer groups and community are people of dignity and worth. All of them make significant contributions to Herington Municipal Hospital.
The mission of Herington Municipal Hospital is to provide services and programs, which promote and restore good health to our patients, and to provide our employees the resources necessary for the delivery of the best care possible.