Health Center, Rooks County (KS)

Address: 1210 N. Washington, P.O. Box 389
Plainville,, KS 67663-2505
Phone: (785) 434-4553 Fax: (785) 4342434 Email: Website:

Rooks County Health Center is committed to maintaining and restoring health, enhancing the dignity of the individual and fostering life from beginning to end in an empathetic, caring and professional environment. Services include but are not limited to:
Cardiac Care
Cardiac Rehab
Diabetic Care
Emergency Department
Environmental Services
General Surgery
Health Information Management
Labor and Delivery
Occupational Therapy
Pain Management — Epidural
Physical Therapy
Respiratory Therapy
Speech Therapy
Wound Care
Skilled Swing Bed

Main Street Terrace- is a retirement community dedicated to making retirement living independent and enjoyable. It offers residents independent living without the burden of home maintenance. The hospital staff takes care of all exterior and interior maintenance. There is also a clubhouse available with a dining room that may be reserved for special occasions. Features
Comfortable, attractive and efficient apartments
Fully equipped kitchen, including dishwasher and ice maker
Washer and dryer hookups
Large closets and lots of storage
Friendly neighbors
Interior night lights
Garden space
Private bath adjoining bedroom
Individual apartment entrance
Smoke detectors
Private patio
Available Options
One car garage
Paid electricity
Bi-weekly housekeeping

Rooks County Transportation Service, Inc. – Although originally designed to meet the needs for medical trips and access to life-sustaining activities, Rooks County Transporation Service, Inc. now serves the elderly, the handicapped and the general public. The service covers all of Rooks County with transportation provided to Graham County, Phillips County, Osborne County and Ellis County. Service will be provided normally from curb-to-curb, but door-to-door assistance for those with special needs may be provided at the driver's discretion. All fleet vehicles are equipped with a wheelchair lift.

Spiritual Care – Chaplain care provides an array of services and programs that are supportive to the spiritual and emotional needs of patients and their familes, employees, medical staff and volunteers. Chaplains visit to serve as attentive listeners, accepting people where they are and encouraging them on their journey of faith.

The Ministerial Alliance members of this county respect the religious preference of the patient and do not impose their individual beliefs or religious practices. Their role is to be with others at a critical point of life to provide comfort, support and compassion. They work with the health care team so that the patient's spiritual and emotional needs are addressed, along with their medical needs.

This team of spiritual caregivers provides a full range of support services from the birth of a new baby to terminal illness and death. They make initial visits, pre-surgery visits, 24 hr./day crisis on call services, sacramental ministry, routine and referral visits. Our chaplain team coordinates efforts with area clergy and will make contact with them when members of their faith request.


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