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First Baby 2022

SCMH Staff Welcomes First Baby of 2022

SMITH CENTER, Kan. – The first baby born in 2022 at Smith County Memorial Hospital arrived on Monday, Jan. 3. Ridge Burnett Pack is the son of Shawna and Adam…

Dr. Joe Barnes Honored by SCMH and KHA

SMITH CENTER, Kan. – The administration and board of trustees at Smith County Memorial Hospital honored Dr. Joe Barnes on Tuesday, Oct. 26 during their regular monthly meeting. Barnes was…

Health Beat – Fall 2021

Read the latest issue of SCMH’s Health Beat magazine online. We hope you enjoy the stories and information shared in this issue.

Coronavirus Update 7.2

More COVID-19 Precautions Coming to SCMH

UPDATED 9/10/2021 – Effective immediately, SCMH is closed to all visitors in the hospital. Clinic patients may bring one support person with them to the appointments. UPDATED 7/8/2021 – All…

Vaccine

Vaccine Facts

What Do I Need to Know About the COVID-19 Vaccine?   When can I get a COVID-19 vaccine booster? According to the CDC, not immediately. The goal is for people…

Vaccines Are Priority for Providers

Vaccines Are Priority for SCMH Providers

SMITH CENTER, Kan. – The providers and administration at Smith County Memorial Hospital are encouraging the public to get a vaccine to protect against COVID-19. “We know the last 18…