Coffey Health System

Caring for Generations is more than just a slogan. 

Welcome!  If you are new to Coffey Health System, allow us to introduce ourselves.  We are a county-based healthcare organization with a wide array of services throughout Coffey and Woodson Counties in eastern Kansas.

Coffey County Hospital is a 36-bed acute care facility, founded in 1954 in Burlington. Nine staff physicians and twenty outpatient specialty physicians offer unparalleled care in state-of-the-art facilities.

Our continuum of care also includes a home health agency, emergency medical services , and five medical clinics in Burlington, Gridley, LeRoy, Waverly, and Yates Center. The Meadows   provides one- and two-bedroom apartments in Burlington with personal assistance available based upon individual needs. Sunset Manor in Waverly sets the standard for quality long-term care with physical, occupational, and speech therapy; inhouse dental care; and an unparalleled activities program.

Current News 

  • Food & Facts UPDATE - During the presentation on Friday, Feb. 27, we promised to post a link to the website for setting up your Patient Portal account. Please click here to begin your process.
  • Dieting Tips from Our Expert - CHS Registered Dietitian Antonia Ahlgrim discusses the DASH diet, which was named the best overall diet for the third straight year by U.S. News & World Report.
  • CPR Dates Announced - Coffey County EMS offers six half-day CPR classes throughout the year. Click here for dates, details, and online registration.
  • Congratulations to Marilyn Fry, environmental services at Coffey Health System! Marilyn was awarded the honor of Kansas Healthcare Worker of the Year by the Kansas Hospital Association. Marilyn, who was elected by her peers to represent CHS, received the statewide honor on November 14 in Kansas City. Click here to read more about Marilyn.
  • The future is bright for Sunset Manor! The CHS Board of Trustees voted on November 17 to move forward with construction of a new 20-bed long-term care unit in Waverly to replace the current aging structure. An additional 40-bed facility with a memory-care wing will be built in Burlington. These long-term care units, along with an addition to the hospital and clinic, will be subject to a bond election in April 2015.
  • We're adding a sixth clinic location! The new clinic, located in Madison, will be staffed with a full-time physician and will include lab and radiology services. Read more.
  • Randy Lindauer selected as new chief executive officer. He reported for duty on April 14. Read more.
  • Monthly diabetes education classes are available at Coffey County Hospital.  For dates and additional information, click here.