Coffey County Hospital
Coffey County Hospital

State-of-the-art technology.  Exceptional staff.  Coffey County Hospital brings outstanding medical care to east-central Kansas.  Our legacy of "Caring for Generations" dates back to 1954.  To learn more about a specific service, click on the link below or contact us anytime for more information.

Accolades keep rolling in for our emergency department

Only 15 emergency departments in the nation have faster door-to-exam times. On average, our patients are examined by a healthcare professional within a mere four minutes of arrival – the fastest in the state. Only 44 hospitals in the country break the five-minute mark!

We are also at number 16 for the shortest average length of stay. Our patients are admitted or transferred within 116 minutes. The national average admitted ED patient length of stay is 273 minutes.

“Every minute counts in the emergency department, so to see our ED among the top in the country should bring great comfort to our community,” said Chief Executive Officer Leonard Hernandez. “Treating patients quickly and efficiently in the emergency department is a top priority in all hospitals, but it carries an added importance in rural hospitals where our most critical patients are often transferred to larger hospitals. Our patients should know that they are in the best of hands.”

The times were gathered between October 2013 and September 2014 and are published in Hospital Compare’s Emergency Department Care Measures dataset. Becker’s Hospital Review published the rankings at
The Coffey County EMS provides Type I medical service to all of Coffey County and parts of surrounding counties on a 24-hour basis.
Visitors to the Coffey County Hospital Gift Shop are often unaware that much more is going on than meets the eye.
The laboratory at Coffey County Hospital provides a full array of services with excellent equipment and a highly-trained staff.
For millions of people, the service of occupational therapy is a lifeline.  Occupational therapists help individuals achieve independence in their lives despite disabilities.
Orthopedic care is an integral part of today’s healthcare, and we are pleased to have Dr. Fejfar join our medical staff,"
Family and friends are very important to the healing process, and we welcome your visit.  Read these important tips for visitors and even download a map to get around our maze of halls!

Coffey Health System/Coffey County Hospital does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. For further information about this policy, contact: Leonard Hernandez at 620-364-2121; TDD/State Relay 711 Kansas Relay.