About Us

About Us

Mission for Memorial Health Care Systems

We enhance the quality of life for individuals in our communities by providing excellence in health care services in the most appropriate settings.

Statement of Values

We believe in...

  • the importance of preserving the dignity and independence of the individual.
  • promoting wellness and health education.
  • timely access to medical care.
  • the growth and development of Memorial Health Care Systems.
  • the responsible use of fiscal resources.
  • effective communication among staff and with those we serve.
  • providing access to the most advanced medical technology.
  • providing quality health care to those we serve.
  • employing quality staff and providing staff development opportunities.

Brief History

Concerned citizens met July 17, 1947, to discuss ways of providing modern health care to Seward County and the surrounding area. Through fundraising efforts and the Hill Burton plan, construction for a new hospital began July 4, 1949, and opened on September 1, 1950, in memory of World War I & II servicemen.

These first fundraising efforts created the original membership from which the Board of Directors had been selected until 1993. At that time, the corporate name was changed to Memorial Health Care Systems and the membership reopened.

Now, with many health care services to offer, and in collaboration with three physician clinic sites, ten family physicians and three physican assistants, Memorial Health Care Systems is well prepared to carry on the dreams of the original concerned citizens by providing modern, technically-advanced health care services close to home.