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Hospital, Geary Community – Kansas (GCHKS)
Mission: To provide accessible, professional, cost effective primary and secondary healthcare to Geary County and other communities. Service include but are not limited to:
Patient Education – Offered as both an Outpatient and Inpatient service. Education topics may include (but are not limited to) information concerning diagnostic testing, explanation of diagnoses, review of medications, or assistance with understanding treatment options. If you are a patient in the hospital, discuss your options for more information with your nurse.
Community Education – Community education programs will be developed to meet the needs of the organization. The Education Coordinator may be the liaison between the organization and a specific speaker, or the Coordinator may present a requested program. Presentations include a wide variety of health topics.
Phone: (785) 210-3344 or (3345)
Home Health – is a healthcare option offering a broad range of medical care and support services provided in the home. Services range from simple assistance in the activities of daily living to high-tech medical procedures. Home care is a cost-effective alternative to hospital and nursing home stays.
Phone: (785) 762-2653
Geary Community Hospital's Home Medical Equipment Store:
Your source for a wide range of home medical equipment and supplies, as well as respiratory services to help you live confidently and independently. Our knowledgeable staff can demonstrate the proper use of equipment as well as file your insurance claims (if applicable). We accept Medicare assignment and are a Preferred Provider for TRICARE and many other insurance companies. Home Medical Equipment is equipped to meet your needs in several different ways. We have general equipment and supplies, home respiratory services, and personal mobility products.
Home Medical Equipment:
Phone: (785) 762-2983
Hospice is a special way of caring for patients at the end of their lives in the familiar surroundings of their home. Hospice focuses on the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of patients and their family members. What does Hospice provide?
Nursing Care (24 hour on-call availability)
Home Health Aides to provide assistance with daily activities.
Social workers to assist with emotional support and connecting patient and family with resources available in the community.
Chaplains to assist patient and family with spiritual needs.
Physical, occupational, and speech therapies available.
All medications related to the terminal diagnosis.
Durable medical equipment, oxygen, and supplies as defined by the plan of care.
Phone: (785) 762-2653
Fred C. Bramlage Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit:
Patients are admitted into the rehabilitation unit following an illness or injury. With a goal to help individuals return to a productive life with maximal independence, patients are provided services in the areas of physical, cognitive, and communicational therapies. The Rehabilitation Department has many features for recovering patients, including a kitchen, laundry facilities, and a transitional living suite, all wheelchair accessible. The dining/activity room is used for therapy and socializing. Our goal is to prepare patients to return home and reintegrate into the community.
Phone: (785) 762-5140 x4200
Geary Rehabilitation & Fitness Center:
Geary Rehab & Fitness has a mission to provide the best service possible, in the areas of physical, occupational, and speech therapies. The following is a list of therapies and services offered at Geary Rehabilitation & Fitness Center.
Prevention- GR & FC offers the IMPAC education program, which is individually tailored to each business on how to avoid common injuries associated with repetitive or prolonged strain. The nationally recognized program has been shown to reduce work place injuries up to 70%.
Fitness & Wellness Programming- Individually designed fitness programs available.
Acute Injury Management & Rehab- Physical & Occupational Therapy services for injured employees.
Rehab to Job Transition- assisting in employee transition back to the job by ON-SITE VISITS.
In-House Rehab Services- Physical & Occupational Therapy services available ON-SITE.
Ergonomic Analysis- analysis of job requirements, including postures and positions employees assume, lifting and repetition requirements at work stations, work tools used, and environment. This determines if employees are at increased risk for injury.
Post Offer Screening- available for those jobs that place employees at greater risk for injury. Individually structured testing involving 28 tests and measures, where the employer receives a printout to determine if the employee has the physical capability to safely perform the job.
Work Conditioning- work related, intensive, goal-oriented treatment specifically designed to restore an individual’s strength, endurance, ROM, flexibility, motor control, and cardiopulmonary functions. The goal is to restore physical capacity and function so employee can return to work.
Functional Capacity Evaluation- formal evaluation designed to determine physical and functional capabilities. FCE’s assess participation, cooperation, and effort levels. Functional test components are also included, that assess safe maximal and safe repeatable performance.
Geary Rehabilitation & Fitness Center:
Phone: (785) 238-3747
The Senior Health Center:
Strives to meet the needs of individuals struggling in different areas of their lives. Below are a few of those hurdles
Changes in Cognitive Functioning
Severe Grief and Loss
Thoughts of Harming Oneself
Unsafe Behavior that May Put You or Others at Risk
Signs of Psychosis (such as hallucinations)
Facing Emotional Distress due to Life Threatening Medical Illness
Senior Health Center:
Phone: (785) 238-3480 or (888) 550-3414
The Sleep Lab:
The Sleep Lab consists of three rooms outside the entrance to the Senior Health Center on the hospital’s second floor. One room houses the technician and the monitoring equipment. The others are sleep rooms for the patients. Sleep studies are performed at night by a trained technician and evaluated by a physician soon afterwards. The standard test, which measures both physiological responses and body movements, requires that the patient sleep for at least six hours in the Sleep Lab. Other studies for disorders such as Narcolepsy might be performed during the day.
Phone: (785) 210-3394
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