Welcome and thank you for visiting hutchregional.com. We invite you to explore our site and learn more about the wide array of healthcare services provided to the communities of central and western Kansas by the Hutchinson Regional Healthcare system.
Our family of healthcare entities includes:
- Hutchinson Regional Medical Center – A not-for-profit, 200-licensed bed, acute-care hospital serving the health needs of more than 65,000 residents of Hutchinson and Reno County, as well as the surrounding Central Kansas region.
- Horizons Mental Health Center – Mental health services for residents of Barber, Harper, Kingman, Pratt and Reno counties.
- Dillon Living Center – An adult-care facility offering 29 assisted living apartments and 58 beds dedicated to skilled nursing and long-term care.
- Hospice and HomeCare of Reno County – Hospice provides medical and support services for individuals diagnosed with a life-limiting illness and their families. Care is provided in the home or at Hospice House, one of seven inpatient hospice facilities in the state. HomeCare provides in-home health care services for acute and chronic illness needs.
- Health-E-Quip – A home medical equipment supply company that makes the transition from hospital to home easier.
- Hutchinson Regional Medical Foundation – Through the generosity of private donations, the foundation enhances patient care within the hospital and its entities.
When I think about what sets us apart, it’s our people – their competence and kindness – that distinguishes Hutchinson Regional. We are strong only because of our people: our physicians, hospital staff, community leaders and local volunteers.
I’ve had the privilege of leading this organization s ince July 2011. When I interviewed here, one experience told me all I needed to know about Hutchinson Regional's mission and its staff. The day before my interview, and before I was expected, I took the opportunity to roam the hallways and units of the hospital. I was amazed by the fact that every staff member, physician and volunteer, whom I passed, made eye contact, smiled and greeted me. I knew immediately that Hutchinson Regional was filled with genuinely caring and kind people - - a place where the patient is always first - - and I wanted to devote myself to such an institution.
I firmly believe that all Hutchinson Regional system employees feel this way – and it shows. We are committed to providing the best care for every patient every day. That is our mission and our pledge to you.
Kevin J. Miller, FACHE
President and Chief Executive Officer