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601 W. Leota North Platte, NE  69101, 308.568.8000   |   Maps

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The patients we serve

Average per year

Admissions - 5,484

Babies delivered - 550

Clinic visits - 129,000

Surgeries  - 3,831

Diagnostic tests  - 57,048

Lab & pathology procedures - 350,000 

Great Plains Health (GPHealth) is driven by a dedicated commitment to our journey from good to great in continual pursuit of excellence in the areas of people, quality, service, growth and finance. To the people of Great Plains Health, excellence is not a destination, but an ongoing journey to get better at what we do every day and in every way. Our journey is intentional, measurable and innovative, as we seek to deliver the very best care possible to the people we serve. We are led by the guiding principles set forth by our board of directors in our three-year strategic plan: 

  • Ensure access to quality care.
  • Encourage innovation to improve patient care.
  • Grow services to meet our region’s needs.
  • Stay true to our mission, vision and values.
  • Maintain the independence of healthcare within our region. 

Located just left-of-center in the state, Great Plains Health in North Platte, Nebraska is a non-profit, fully accredited, 116-bed regional referral center serving west Nebraska, northern Kansas and northern Colorado. In total, our primary and secondary service area spans 34 counties, 136,000 lives and approximately 45,000 square miles, about the size of the State of Pennsylvania. With nearly 100 physicians representing 30 medical specialties, the Great Plains Health system offers advanced medical services including heart and vascular, cancer, orthopedic services, women’s services and a level III trauma center. The system employs approximately 1,100 employees and has more than 200 volunteers. The range of patient populations served includes neonate, pediatric, adult, obstetric and geriatric.

Great Plains Health, formerly known as Great Plains Medical Center, opened its doors in 1975 upon the merging of two smaller medical facilities - Memorial Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital. Since then, Great Plains Health (GPHealth) has served as the region’s leader in the investment of their people, facilities, technology, equipment and medical expertise to grow and advance healthcare in the communities we serve. 

As we grow our provider base, we continue to add more specialty clinics and procedures, which has ultimately allowed more patients to stay at home for quality health care services instead of traveling great distances.

Great Plains Health has approximately 183,000 patient encounters per month and houses western Nebraska’s only

  • Heart and vascular center 
  • Wound healing center
  • Level II neonatal intensive care unit 

We serve the region through 13 Great Plains Physician Network and hospital-based clinics, with providers who outreach into 26 critical access hospitals in Nebraska and Kansas. Two hundred fifty academic institutions partner with Great Plains Health to provide rural internships for medical, nursing and allied health students in numerous specialties.

 

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