St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City

Location
3001 Avenue A
Dodge City, KS, 67801
Distance:

About

St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City, is a Joint Commission accredited 99-bed hospital that serves as a regional referral center for southwest Kansas. St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City provides health services that include diagnostics and interventional cardiology and cardiac rehabilitation. 

About Our Hospital

St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City

About Our Hospital

Acute care is at the heart of what we do at St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City. We combine patient-centered care with modern technology and medical expertise to treat a wide range of medical conditions. As a Joint Commission-accredited hospital, we offer a comprehensive range of services, including: 

  • 24-hour emergency care

  • Cardiology

  • Crisis prevention

  • Diagnostic imaging

  • Family Birth Center

  • General and laparoscopic surgery

  • Obstetrics and gynecology

  • Ophthalmology 

  • Oral surgery 

  • Orthopedics 

  • Physical, occupational and speech therapy 

  • Neonatal intensive care  

  • Neurology 

  • Nutrition counseling 

  • Pain management 

  • Pediatrics

  • Respiratory therapy

  • Sleep disorders

  • Social services

  • Urology

  • Women’s health

Leaders

St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City

Leaders

St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City Leadership

Jeff Carrier is the Chief Executive Officer for St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City, St. Catherine Hospital in Garden City and Bob Wilson Memorial Hospital in Ulysses. As CEO, Jeff cultivates strong, trusting relationships between the hospitals’ Boards of Trustees, caregivers, providers and volunteers to impact the health and wholeness of every life, every neighbor and every community across southwest Kansas. 

Prior to joining Centura, Jeff served as Chief Clinical Officer for Freeman Health System in Joplin, Mo., and was responsible for the overall operations of patient care and nursing services for the 460-bed, three hospital system with 300 physicians. During his tenure with Freeman Health, Jeff also held the senior leadership positions of System Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President of Operations, supporting enterprise-wide operations, workforce management, scalable growth, partnership development and supply chain. Prior to Freeman Health, Jeff served in clinical roles with Ascension, Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth and Olathe Medical Center.  

Early in his health care career, Jeff was a Sergeant and later a Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. 

Jeff grew up in Wichita and graduated high school in Emporia. He received his Bachelor of Nursing from MidAmerica Nazarene University in Olathe and his Master of Science in Management from Baker University in Baldwin City. Jeff is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE), Certified Healthcare Financial Professional (CHFP), Certified Specialist Physician Practice Management (CSPPM) and Nurse Executive-Board Certified (NE-BC). 

Jeff is on a mission to serve, respect and help those around him. He is passionate about meeting the needs of the communities Centura serves, achieving excellent patient outcomes and developing innovative ways to extend Centura’s Mission across southwest Kansas. He and his wife, Jill, have been married for 28 years and have three children, Jack, Lillie and Maggie.

Volunteer

St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City

Volunteer

Volunteers make a difference! Our volunteers and auxiliary members strive to help make hospitalizations and visits as comfortable as possible. 

An on-site gift shop is located near the waiting room on the main floor and is operated by a special group of volunteers — community members who give their time to help make your stay more pleasant. Proceeds from our gift shop and vending machines are used to fund scholarships for students in the healthcare field. 

Other volunteer services include delivering patient mail and flowers, and providing complementary coffee and snacks to visitors, patients and their families who are waiting in the main, surgical and ICU waiting rooms.  

Dori Welch, RN, left, and Linda Kirdendall, RT, in the hallway of the ED at St. Anthony Summit Medical Center in Frisco, Colorado, March 24, 2021.
270
Caregivers
99
Licensed beds
45
Health care services offered
$16.5 million
2019 uncompensated charity care

Services

At St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City, we are committed to providing our patients with the highest quality, family-friendly care available. We offer a wide range of health care services, including emergency medicine, heart care, maternity care, sleep medicine, surgical services, and many more.

Mother and newborn

Let our family welcome yours

At St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City we welcome more than 700 babies a year in our Family Birth Center. We believe in giving our patients and their families the personal care and attention they deserve. The center’s 10 large, private rooms are designed to help support the labor and delivery processes as well as recovery and postpartum care, with all the added comforts of home. 

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Visitor Information

Welcome to St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City. We want your experience with us to be as comfortable as possible. Below, you’ll find information on everything you need to know about visiting a loved one in our care. If you don’t find what you are looking for here, please contact us and we will be happy to help. 

All Visitor Information

St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City

All Visitor Information

Please read Centura Health’s current COVID-19 visitor restrictions. Contact St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City directly for additional individual visitor policies that may apply. 

To better protect our patients, providers, employees, and community, the following visitation guidelines have been implemented. 

  • All visitors entering the building will need to wear a mask continuously while here in the building. 

  • All visitors should enter building through the ED door and proceed through the thermometer screening process. 

  • Visitors at this check point will be asked to read through the screening questions.

    • Have you had close contact with a person who is positive or presumptively positive for COVID-19 in the last 10 days?

    • Do you have a new loss of taste or smell? 

    • Do you have any symptoms of respiratory infection or flu? (cough, runny/stuffy nose, watery eyes, sore throat) 
  • Visitors answering “Yes” to one or more questions, or their temperature is outside the guideline, should leave the facility immediately and reschedule their visit for a later date or go to the admission desk for further instruction.  

  • Visitors proceeding to enter the building are self-attesting they have answered “NO” to all three questions above. 

  • Adult patients seen in ED may have one person with them in the treatment room. 

  • If the person being seen in ED is under 18, both parents may be present in the room as space permits. 

  • No one under the age of 18 may be allowed to visit a person in the ED unless he/she is the parent of a minor being treated.  

  • Visiting hours for ICU are from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., and 4 to 8 p.m. 

  • Please limit visitors to two at a time. 

  • COVID-positive patients: Visitors must check in at desk before entering patient room. No more than one visitor at a time. Must be 18 or older. 

    • Non-N95 mask, gown and eye covering to be worn by visitors in COVID-positive rooms. 

  • Visiting hours are 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., and 4 to 8 p.m. 

  • Please limit visitors to two at a time. 

  • Only grandparents and siblings 12 years of age and above may visit. 

  • Visiting hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. 

  • Please limit visitors to two at a time. 

  • COVID-positive patients: Visitors must check in at desk before entering patient room. No more than one visitor at a time. Must be 18 or older.

    • Non-N95 mask, gown and eye covering to be worn by visitors in COVID-positive rooms. 

Patient Resources

Programs and Community

Our Foundation

At St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City, it’s a privilege to support the health of our community. We offer birth classes, community events, and give back through other community benefit programs. These resources and opportunities are all part of our mission to meet the health care needs of the people we serve.