Progressive Healthcare. Hometown Compassion.

Over the course of the last one hundred years Geary Community Hospital has touched nearly every family in our community in some way, through surgeries, outpatient services, maternity care, inpatient hospitalization, education classes and screenings, emergency department visits, home health care and much more. We developed from the idea of giving the best care to our friends, family, and neighbors in Geary County, Kansas and the surrounding communities and continue that mission to this day.

Our Mission

Providing quality healthcare and promoting the well-being of those we serve.

Our Vision

To be the trusted choice for healthcare and wellness in our communities.

Our Motto

Progressive Healthcare, Hometown Compassion


The Rago Cardiopulmonary Department at Geary Community Hospital offers many services for both in- and outpatient heart and lung patients.


Expert care for Geary Community’s littlest residents.


With two general surgeons, Geary Community Hospital is able to offer a wide arrangement of surgeries, performed both openly and laparoscopically.


The women’s center provides general and specialty women’s health services.

GCH Maintains a Tobacco-Free Campus

Alphacare Extended Hours Clinic

Extended-hours rural health clinic owned and operated by Geary Community Hospital. It is designed to give residents of Geary County and the surrounding communities better access to great, affordable healthcare at convenient times.

Geary Community Healthcare Foundation

The mission of the Geary Community Healthcare Foundation, a 501 C (3) non-profit organization, is to raise funds for the support of healthcare programs in Geary County, and to support the needs of Geary Community Hospital.

Innovative Weight Loss Solutions

With state-of-the-art facilities, skilled surgeons, as well as excellent nutrition education and emotional support, we provide the tools needed for effective long-term weight loss success.

Geary Community Hospital

By The Numbers - 2019


Babies Delivered in 2019


Staffed Beds


Annual ER Visits


Inpatient Stays