Updated: Apr 21
Osborne County Memorial Hospital (OCMH) is excited to announce the addition of three new specialty clinics beginning in the near future. OCMH has been working on establishing more specialty clinics since the new hospital was completed last year with designated space for the providers to offer services.
Beginning on Thursday, March 25, Dr. Travis Rump from Salina Regional Orthopedic Clinic, will start to see patients with a monthly clinic. Dr. Rump is a fellowship trained trauma surgeon who specializes in acute evaluation, management and treatment of post-traumatic injuries and general orthopedics. He also performs the latest techniques in joint replacement of the shoulder, hip and knee, as well as hand, foot and ankle surgery.
Dr. Jeff Curtis, cardiologist, from DeBakey Heart Institute, Hays, KS, will start his monthly outreach clinic beginning on April 8, 2021. Dr. Curtis has over 40 years of diverse experience and is board certified in both cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology . He will treat patients with a variety of cardiology diseases.
The third outreach clinic will be a behavioral health clinic with appointments offered every Friday beginning in March, 2021. Skilar Winder, a Licensed Master Social Worker and Licensed Master Addiction Counselor, will provide therapy for individuals, children & adolescents, couples and families. Her psychotherapy practice focuses on complex trauma-related issues/PTSD, personality disorders, depression, anxiety, addiction, and marriage counseling. Skilar is a candid, sincere and diligent therapist who works to find the best approach for each individual client.
For more information about the outreach clinics please contact Lori Rothenberger, RN, Specialty Clinic Manager, at OCMH by calling 785-346-2121.