Nursing Station 785-364-9625
Holton Community Hospital’s Emergency Department is available 24/7 to meet your needs. Patients can expect timely care, with staff that are compassionate and knowledgeable.
Our nursing staff and Emergency Department providers are certified in ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support), PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support), NRP (Neonatal Resuscitation Program), and either TNCC (Trauma Nursing Core Course) or ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support).
Patients can expect top-quality care from their hometown hospital.
Our Emergency Room Providers are:
ER/PCP Direct Transfer Only
At Holton Community Hospital we offer inpatient and observation care to patients of all ages. Patients can expect first-class care. We offer newly renovated and constructed patient rooms which often include amenities such as large screen TV’s, private bathrooms, wi-fi access, and a beautiful courtyard. Our nursing staff are highly trained and certified, but even more importantly we offer tremendous nurse to patient ratios that allow our nursing staff to devote time to each and every one of their patients, making certain that every patient is as comfortable as possible. Patients will be followed throughout their hospitalization by a local MD, who understands and values every patient as an individual and collaborates with the patient and their loved ones to be certain the patient gets what they need. Most patients will have a dedicated Patient Care Coordinator to assist them with their discharge planning and needs to ensure their success when they leave the hospital.
Medication Infusions and Injections
Call us at 785-364-9689
Infusion treatment is medication administered through an IV. Since it’s infused directly into a vein, Infusion therapy reaches the bloodstream immediately and provides fast relief. Since it has to be administered on a regular basis patients have to return to medical facilities. That’s why Holton Community Hospital offers an outpatient infusion therapy center.
- Prolia and Reclast – for the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis
- Orencia & Actemra – to treat arthritis
- Remicade – to treat arthritis, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s Disease and plaque psoriasis
- Lovenox – to prevent blood clots
- Neupogen and Neulasta – to treat low white blood cell counts associated with cancer treatment
- IV Antibiotics
If you need a medication administered that is not on this list, have your medical provider call to see if Holton Community Hospital can offer the service. Many times we can accommodate the request!
Initiation of new medications must be scheduled for Monday-Friday, 7:30am – 3:30pm.
We also offer:
- Blood Transfusions
- Dressing Changes
- Wound Vac Dressing Changes
Your medical provider does not need to be on staff at Holton Community Hospital in order for you to receive the treatments here.
Call the Pharmacy Department with any questions.
Laboratory Service Hours: Monday - Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday: 7:00 a.m. to Noon Enter through the main hospital entrance
The skilled Medical Technologists in our Laboratory Services department focus on the comfort of the patient during each visit. They provide accurate, reliable and timely test results to our health care providers.
- Basic metabolic panel
- Comprehensive metabolic panel
- Lipid profile
- Thyroid tests (TSH, FT4)
- Prothrombin time/INR
- Activated partial thromboplastin time
- Blood Bank and Transfusion Services
- Complete Blood Count
- Random Urine Drug Screen
- Diabetes Testing
To schedule an appointment, call 785-364-9677
Let our highly skilled Radiologic Technologists serve your imaging needs. Our staff is eager to provide personalized care with a hometown heart.
All imaging is interpreted by a board-certified Radiologist or Cardiologist.
The Radiology team is available weekdays 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. with on-call coverage during non-business hours through the Emergency Department.
We are proud to offer:
- Bone Densitometry (DEXA)
- Computed Tomography (CT)
- 3-D Mammography *Provides superior cancer detection for women Across a variety of ages and breast densities and detects more invasive breast cancer earlier than 2D.
- Digital X-ray including Fluoroscopy
- Mobile Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
- Nuclear Medicine
- Ultrasound including Echocardiography & Vascular
Swing Bed And Skilled Nursing Services
For details call 785-305-1862
The Swing Bed program at HCH allows patients who qualify to spend additional time in the hospital after an acute illness or major surgery. “The mission of the swing bed program at Holton Community Hospital is to provide personalized, compassionate care in a supportive setting while helping the patient to maximize their independence and return to a safe living environment.” Patients who may qualify for Swing Bed services include those that need:
- IV medications including antibiotics
- Wound care
- Physical, occupational or speech therapy
- Pain management
- Skilled nursing services
You will have a dedicated team of physicians, nurses, aides and therapists working with you to help you achieve your goals. This team will work with you and your loved ones to ensure that your needs are met, both in the hospital and after discharge, and that you are safe when you return home.
Your care plan may include:
Skilled services ordered by the physician
Type of health care professional to give you the services
How often you will receive the services
What kind of equipment or supplies you need (i.e. wheelchair, oxygen, feeding tube)
Special diet needs
Individualized discharge plan
Health care goal(s) and how to attain those goal(s)
Qualifications for a Swing Bed Stay:
For Medicare and/or Medicaid Enrollees:
Three (3) consecutive day stay in an acute care hospital within the last 30 days, excluding 23 hour observation stay.
Have skilled needs that are related to the condition which was treated or arose during the qualifying stay.
Physician and staff documentation to support the skilled needs.
For more details on requirements and eligibility contact our Swing Bed Coordinator at: