Welcome to the Oswego Community Hospital Web Site

Oswego Community Hospital is a 12 bed Critical Access Hospital located in the southeast corner of Kansas bordering Missouri and Oklahoma. The hospital has three clinics located in Oswego, Chetopa and Altamont. The hospital and clinics employs 65 people who are ready to help you with all your patient needs.

The hospital offers a broad range of services and is committed to making life better for our patients and the community. You will find competent staff in a friendly home town atmosphere ready to care for your needs.

Vicki and Ron Gideon are sharing a secret.

Vicki and Ron have lived in the Oswego area for fifty years. 

"We think this is one of Oswego's best kept secrets. We have been here to visit people on one side of the facility but never on the other side of the facility.  So! When we found out it existed of course this is where we wanted to come." 

Vicki and Ron wanted a rehab program that would allow them to return home. After being dismissed for a regional facility they found they were not prepared for going home. 

"This was more than you could expect" Vicki shared.  "We loved how we were able to get in the program. Monday morning Ronnie was at the Hospital by noon we had everything and came to the hospital on Tuesday."  Read More

October is Cyber Security Month

Come in for an evaluation. No referral needed.
Therapy can improve mobility. If you’re having trouble standing, walking or moving—no matter your age—physical therapy can help. Stretching and strengthening exercises help restore your ability to move. As a Physical Therapists  I can properly fit individuals with a cane, crutches or any other assistive device, or assess for orthotic prescription. By customizing your individual care plan, whatever activity that is important to your individual life can be practiced and adapted to ensure maximal performance and safety.

Therapy can improve your balance and prevent falls . When you begin physical therapy, you will get screened for fall risk. If you’re at high risk for falls, as a therapist I will provide exercises that safely and carefully challenge your balance as a way to mimic real-life situations. At Oswego Community Hospital we help you with exercises to improve coordination and assistive devices to help with safer walking. When the balance problem is caused by a problem in a person's vestibular system, Physical therapists can perform specific maneuvers that can quickly restore proper vestibular functioning, and reduce and eliminate symptoms of dizziness or vertigo. Learn More

Jessica Mayfield - Lab Director

Jessica Mayfield is the Lab Director at the Oswego Community Hospital.  She has worked as a Medical Technologist in the lab full time since 2007. In 2015 she changed her work status to PRN in the lab and returned to school to earn a master’s degree at Pittsburg State University. She graduated in May 2017 with her Master’s Degree. During the last two years while taking graduate classes, Jessica also taught high school life sciences at USD 247, and continued to work PRN  Read More

Hot Dogs at the Fair

The Fair is in full swing in Oswego for the Labette County Fair. Thank you goes to the 280 "Kiddos" of all ages that stopped by and got a hot dog and chips. Some of the fair group told us about the bird houses they built, the rabbits they are trying to keep cool, the goats, pigs and bucket calves they had at the fair.

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OCH Staff Tour LCC Nursing Program

Dan Hiben, CEO along with Dana Kabrey, Chief Nursing Office and Bill Cochran met with Dr. DeLyna  Bohnenblust the Director of nursing at Labette Community College. Dan and Dana are 1985 graduates of the program.  
Dr. Bohnenblust gave a full tour of the Sonny & Sophia Zetmeir Health Science Building facility.
Dan Hiben shared about the simulation center, "This is as close to real life as you can get and not be on the floor at a hospital."

Oswego Community Hospital receives new equipment donation in memory of Jimmy Davis
Bertie Davis and family in memory of her husband Jimmy Davis presented the Oswego Community Hospital with blue lift slings that fits on the current adaptive lift equipment and new bedding for the patients at the hospital.
“We would have been married 56 years on May 13th. Jimmy was in 8 different hospital stays as far back as college days.” Bertie explained. “Thanks to all the great donors we were able to do this. It is a great hospital and rehabilitation place. I have a lot of relation that has been in this hospital. We need to all do what we can.”

 Benjamin Blake, PA-S

Benjamin Blake, PA-S is a student from the Kansas City area. He is currently in his first round of clinical rotation working at the Oswego Community Clinic. Ben knew from a young age that medicine was an important part of his calling in life. When you ask him how he wants people to know him it is more than on a professional level.  For Video and to Read More Click Here



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