Osborne County Memorial Hospital (OCMH) was built as a district hospital in 1958. It was later transferred to Osborne County ownership through a vote of the people. The original building had 8 patient rooms accommodating 16 patient beds.In 1968 the hospital was expanded to 29 beds to provide inpatient, outpatient, and swing bed services.In 2003, OCMH applied for, and was granted, Critical Access Hospital (CAH) status through the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services and State of Kansas…
The OCMH Medical Staff includes a number of practitioners who, based on the privileges assigned by the OCMH Board of Trustees, are on staff to care for OCMH patients. Only those practitioners located in Osborne County on a full-time basis are listed here… READ MORE!
Board of Directors
The responsibility and authority for determining the hospital’s mission, values and vision lies with the governing board. The board also is responsible for working with senior management to develop the goals, objectives and policies that grow out of, and are measured against, our mission, values and vision… READ MORE!
News & Events
There’s no approved vaccine yet from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the Ebola virus, but you can still protect yourself from other contagious viruses, like influenza. Influenza virus — more commonly known as the flu — is a contagious respiratory illness that can range from mild to severe symptoms, and the most serious…