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Bricks are being placed! Scott Hospital Foundation invites you to become a permanent part of the Scott County Hospital expansion project by purchasing a commemorative brick. Engraved on your custom brick could be your family name, your business name, or your organization name. You could choose to engrave a brick in honor of someone special, or in a loved one's memory.
There is still time to order a brick! For questions, please call Leslee Meyer at (620) 874-4868 or email at lesleem@scotthospital.net. Click here: Brick Giving Campaign Information.

New Endocrinology practice accepting patients at Scott County Hospital's Specialty Clinic.
Dr. Rami Mortada, MD, ECNU, FACE, believes in caring for and treating the whole person not just their disease. By empowering and educating patients, they become an essential part of the healthcare team optimizing the opportunity for a successful outcome. Patient safety is the utmost priority. Endocrine is a complex specialty that is ever changing. By partnering with the patient and other medical specialists when needed, a better outcome usually is achieved. Click here: Meet Dr. Rami Mortada.

Number 1 in the Nation!
Check out the Lown Institute's ranking on the: Top 10 Hospitals for Avoiding Unnecessary Services. More than 3,100 hospitals were analyzed. Scott County Hospital ranked #1 in the Country for avoiding unnecessary tests and procedures! "This provides great testimony to the deliberate, careful decision making from our Doctors and providers. First in the nation is an achievement not easily achieved. I couldn't be more proud of our team." said Mark Burnett, President and CEO.
Click this link to view - 10 top hospitals for avoiding unnecessary services: Lown Institute.

Scott City Clinic is now a Certified Provider of the BioTE Method of Hormone Optimization Therapy. We offer patient-centric strategies to optimize hormones and extend healthspans for both women and men. To learn about Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy call (620) 872-2187.

Press Releases

Sunderland Foundation Awards $500,000 Grant to Scott Hospital Foundation