We are pleased to announce, through the generosity of a $1 million gift from Don and Chris Bickle as well as two half million-dollar gifts from both the Hadley Foundation and the Schmidt Foundation, that construction of a new hybrid operating suite at
HaysMed is beginning this Fall.
The HaysMed Foundation is pleased to announce the 2021
Through the kindness and foresight of generous donors, scholarships in
excess of $13,000 were awarded for postsecondary education.
Electronic devices help us stay in
touch, and these devices become
even more important when a loved
one is in the hospital. Through a
grant from the HaysMed
Foundation, inpatient rooms will
soon be equipped with a USB ready
It is a daunting thought: What will my legacy be, and how can I continue the good
work I’ve spent my life doing after I’m no longer here? It gets complicated very quickly.
You want to make sure your heirs are well-provided for, but there’s so much more to
To me, the greatest benefit of having a thriving, modern medical center in Hays that services patients from across the region isn’t the beautiful building or even the expensive, life-saving equipment; it’s the people. HaysMed associates are your family. We are your neighbors and friends.Read More
The two new Resusci Anne Mannequins were received and used for their first class in Advanced
Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) at the joint simulation lab located in Fort Hays State University’s Stroup Hall just a few short weeks
after the need was identified.
“Peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble, or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still have calm in your heart.”Read More
The change in relationship is not expected to have an impact on patients, patient care, employees, facilities and the local communities. HaysMed’s focus is a continued commitment to local, regional, and rural healthcare in Western Kansas.Read More
The Center for Health Improvement is excited to offer theninth annual Kids Quest program. Last year’s program kept 348 youth active throughout the summer. The 10-week program began June 1. The goal is 60 miles of activity. Miles can be earned by walking, biking, swimming, running, playing sports, and any other continuous activity. An exercise…Read More