OUR FAMILY CARING

FOR YOURS

Located at:

320 N. 13th Street,  WaKeeney, Ks.  67672

 

Contact us at:

Phone: 785-743-2182

Fax: 785-743-6317

Email us:   tregohospital@tclmh.org

Welcome!         

Trego County-Lemke Memorial Hospital is a 25-bed critical access health care facility providing inpatient, emergency and outpatient services.  Our Home Health Agency serves Ellis, Gove, Graham, Ness and Trego Counties. WaKeeney and Ellis Family Care Centers offer clinic services aimed to fulfill all of your family’s needs.   An attached 37-bed Long Term Care unit, 6-bed Assisted Living complex, and Home Delivered Meals complete the package by providing all aspects of care under one roof.

 

Our strength comes from the commitment and genuine caring of our healthcare team and the support of our community.  Our vision of “To be the healthcare facility of choice for our community and surrounding area” serves as our guiding principle.  We welcome your comments.

 

 

 

 

 

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ALLERGY TESTING OFFERED AT WAKEENEY AND ELLIS FAMILY CARE CENTERS.  

NEUROSURGERY CLINIC

DR. ALI B MANGUOGLU

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TCLMH’s mission is “Touching lives with compassion and a commitment to excellence.” One way that we measure how well we are meeting this mission is by the input our customers give us.  If you have a great experience we want to hear about it. Hearing about the services and staff that you enjoyed the most, helps us to recognize and reward our team.

 

If we fell short of your expectations, we want to hear about it. Bill Gates once said, “Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.” At TCLMH, we are committed to receiving customer concerns and viewing them as ideas for growth and improvement. For example in 2011, our parking spaces were widened to enable our customers to access our facility with ease; and a wall mirror was placed in the Acute hallway after a customer voiced their concern about potential collisions at the intersection.

 

After you receive services at TCLMH and our Family Care Clinics in WaKeeney and Ellis, please take a moment to fill out your patient satisfaction survey. Each visit can provide a new experience for our customers, and we want to hear about it!

 

Patient Satisfaction Committee

WAKEENEY AND ELLIS FAMILY CARE CENTERS.  

LONG TERM CARE NEEDS

ASSISTED LIVING COMPLEX

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    The Trego Hospital Endowment Foundation has teamed with the American Senior Safety Medical Alarm Systems to proudly offer Vial of Life decals to our community for free.

    What is the Vial of Life Program?  The “Vial of Life”  project helps you to compile personal information and have it available for 911 responders in the event of an emergency. 

    A personal information Sheet is completed and stored inside a prescription medication type Vial which is then placed inside your refrigerator  for safe storage.  A special Decal is placed on the Vial and your door to alert EMS, Firefighters, Paramedics and Police Officers to locate your “Vial of Life” so that they can have accurate information to help you in a time of emergency or crisis.

   QUESTIONS OR NEEDS?  Please send an email to tregohospitalendowment@gmail.com. or call Trego Hospital Endowment Foundation, Inc at 785-743-2182, ext 272.   The Vial of Life program is provided FREE of charge due to the generous support of the Trego Hospital Endowment Foundation, Inc; Midwest Energy (partially funded); and Vialoflife.com

   WHERE CAN YOU GET YOUR VIAL OF LIFE? 

Trego Hospital Endowment Foundation, Inc; Trego County EMS, Trego County Health Nurse, Trego County Economic Development, and participating pharmacies:  Cleland Drug Store  and Gibson’s Healthmart.

 

More information at Vialoflife.com

                

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The Trego County Lemke Memorial Hospital Cancer Wellness Program is an outpatient service for people who have been diagnosed with cancer.  Research shows that exercise, nutrition, education and support provide a strong defense in the fight against cancer and its treatment effects.  TCLMH has designed their Cancer Wellness Program to offer these tools to assist cancer patients in their journey from diagnosis through survivorship with the ultimate goal of empowering cancer survivors to enhance their overall quality of life.

 

Exercise benefits cancer survivors by reducing fatigue, reducing nausea, decreasing pain levels, and increasing tolerance to chemotherapy drugs.  The program is tailored to the individual needs of the participant, no matter where they are in the recovery process.  Each session will include cardiovascular conditioning, muscle strength, balance and flexibility exercises.   Participants will be given the opportunity to meet with a nutritionist, laugh therapist, social worker, massage and physical therapy staff as appropriate.

 

The TCLMH Cancer Wellness Program meets two times each week.  The individualized exercise plans are created by a Certified Cancer Exercise Specialist specific to each participants needs.  The sessions can be provided in a group setting or one on one with personal training.

 

The entire program is based on wanting every cancer patient and survivor to get back to being more active and having the ability to enjoy all aspects of life.

 

For more information or a free consultation please contact Christi Desormiers at 785-743-2182.