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Anderson County Hospital

421 S. Maple,
Garnett, KS 66032
785-448-3131
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Long-Term Care unit honored by U.S. News & World Report... again

The magazine's annual Best Nursing Homes publication ranks Anderson County Hospital LTC as one of the best nursing homes in Kansas.

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Innovative, lifesaving care available in Garnett

Anderson County Hospital heart and stroke patients are treated with the same protocols that have earned Saint Luke’s Hospital worldwide recognition.

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Family Care Center welcomes Ross Kimball, M.D.

Family medicine physician provides primary care to all ages, with clinical interests in preventive medicine, sports medicine, and chronic diseases.

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Anderson County Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital providing Garnett and the surrounding communities with essential health care services, including primary care, 24/7 emergency services, inpatient and outpatient surgery, full laboratory services, imaging services, and more. 

Patients have access to a specialty clinic in addition to their primary care physician at the Family Care Center. By offering lab services, X-rays, and digital mammography locally, Anderson County Hospital provides patients with the best care close to home.

Learn more about our new hospital coming in 2014.

Anderson County Hospital
421 S. Maple
Garnett, KS 66032
  • 785-448-3131
Phone Numbers
  • Main
    785-448-3131
  • Saint Luke's Concierge
    855-932-5100
  • Accounting
    785-204-8060
  • Administration
    785-204-4000
  • Business Office
    785-448-3131
  • EMS Building
    785-204-8094
  • Human Resources
    785-204-8004
  • Medical Records
    785-204-7106
  • Pharmacy
    785-204-4015
  • Social Services
    785-204-8082
  • Hear Connie Brogan, R.N., a certified Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (S.A.N.E.), discuss violence and sexual abuse, what to do if you’ve been a victim of assault, and Saint Luke's Forensic Care Program available at all of our Emergency Departments.
  • Hear Roberta Blandon, M.D., discuss the range of treatments available—from simple diet and lifestyle changes to novel surgical approaches—that can help women who suffer from urinary incontinence.