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  • Because every moment matters.
    Because every moment matters. Memorial Community Health is dedicated to providing personalized and compassionate care to individuals at all stages of life.
  • It's the little things that keep us up at night.
    It's the little things that keep us up at night. Care givers at Memorial Hospital work hard to facilitate a safe, comfortable, and successful pregnancy. But it’s the personal attention and the family-friendly recovery rooms that ensure that our littlest patients (and their mommies) aren’t just cared for, they’re pampered.
  • People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care.
    People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care. The doctors of Memorial Hospital average 22 years of general practitioner experience right here in our community. Beyond just being your health care providers, they’re your neighbors, fellow committee members, and friends.
  • Meet your new breast friend.
    Meet your new breast friend. Women receiving 3D mammograms at Memorial Community Health will only notice a few extra seconds in their exam but the Genius™ 3D mammography system will notice a lot more!
  • Everyday we're adding life to years.
    Everyday we're adding life to years. We believe that quality of life is every bit as important as quantity of life. That’s why our senior living residences focus heavily on independence, activity and fun. We know every moment really does matter.

News to Use

Memorial Hospital Earns Top 10 Honors in Quality

December 27, 2018

Memorial Hospital is the recipient of a 2018 Rural Provider Excellence in Quality Award. Presented by the Nebraska Office of Rural Health, this award honors top 10 overall performance among Nebraska's Critical Access Hospitals in the area of Quality.


AAron Blanchard Receives State Caring Kind Award

November 28, 2018

MCHI is proud to announce that AAron Blanchard has been named an NHA Caring Kind award recipient. For 39 years, this award has been given to Nebraska's most caring hospital workers.


Groundbreaking for new Memorial Health Clinic in Clay Center

October 1, 2018

A groundbreaking ceremony for Memorial Community Health’s new medical clinic in Clay Center will be held Tuesday, October 16th at 9 a.m. The new clinic will replace the current structure and will be built at the same location at 319 W. Glenvil.


MCHI Happenings

January 16 (Wednesday) Diabetic Education Support Group from 10:00-11:00 am in the Memorial Hospital conference room. 

January 24 (Thursday) – Caregivers Support Group at 2:30 pm in the Memorial Hospital Conference Room. Led by our trained facilitators, this group provides a safe place for caregivers, family and friends of persons with dementia to build a support system, exchange information, share ways of coping, and more.

January 24, 29, 31 & February 5, from 6:00-8:00 AM each day: Discounted Health Fair Blood Draws.  Receive analysis of your cholesterol levels, thyroid function, blood sugar, and much more. Blood panel $45, PSA $25, Hemoglobin A1c $15.  Call 402-694-8274 to schedule your appointment. Conducted at Memorial Health Clinic in Aurora.

February 9th -- Low-Cost Cardiovascular Screenings: conducted by Bryan Health mobile screening unit on-site at MCHI's "Live Healthy" 2019 Health Fair on Feb. 9th at the Hamilton County Fair Grounds Ag Auditorium. Call 402-694-8274 to schedule. 

    • Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) Screening—$10. This painless, noninvasive screening helps detect if an irregular heartbeat exists.

The following screenings are available to anyone age 65 and over OR for people age 55-65 who have risk factors such as high blood pressure, diabetes or other health conditions; this will be reviewed when your appointment is scheduled.

    • Abdominal Aortic Ultrasound Screening—$40. This painless, noninvasive screening detects the presence of an aneurysm in the abdominal aorta. (Requires a 4 hour fast.)
    • Carotid Artery Ultrasound Screening—$40. This painless, noninvasive screening detects plaque deposits in the carotid arteries which are a leading risk factor for stroke.
    • Peripheral Arterial Disease Screening—$20. A painless, noninvasive test called the ankle-brachial index (ABI) compares blood pressure in the ankles to the blood pressure in the arms to determine how well the blood is flowing.

February 6  (Wednesday) – BFF (Breast Feeding Friends) peer group meeting from 7:00-8:30 pm in the Memorial Hospital conference room. Free baby weight checks, networking, and advice from certified lactation counselors. For more information, contact our OB Dept at 402.694.8223, email or visit our Hospital Services Birth Center web page.