Anderson County Hospital
About Anderson County Hospital
Founded in 1951, Anderson County Hospital is a full-service critical access hospital that serves patients in Garnett and the surrounding communities.
Our new modern facility featuring the latest in healthcare technology for our patients, opened in January of 2015.
Anderson County Hospital’s services include a 24-hour Emergency Department designated as a Level IV Trauma Center, acute inpatient care, primary care, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, surgical care, radiology, and laboratory. In addition, our Specialty Clinic offers patients access to specialists in 17 areas.
For six consecutive years, Anderson County Hospital has been recognized in U.S. News & World Report’s annual list of best nursing homes, making it one of the top nursing facilities in Kansas. The hospital consistently ranks among the highest in the nation for patient satisfaction and is a leader in quality and safety initiatives.
From its nostalgic town square to its outstanding recreational activities, it’s easy to see why Garnett, Kan., has thrived for more than 150 years. Garnett is known for its quality of life, schools, neighborhoods, and sense of community. It’s located in the rolling hills of eastern Kansas, just one hour away from Greater Kansas City. A new facility for Anderson County Hospital opens in 2014.