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Building a Future of Excellence

Patient Portal (Password Required) - View your account information - Pay your bill online

Patient Portal (Password Required)

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- Pay your bill online

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Pay Your Bill Online (No Password)

Family Birthing Center - Online Nursery& Prepared Childbirth Classes

Family Birthing Center

- Online Nursery& Prepared Childbirth Classes

 
We have been providing hospital and clinic services to the people of Arkansas City, Winfield, and the entire Cowley County region for over a century. Since the beginning, we have held one belief when it comes to healthcare for your family; just meeting the standard just isn't good enough.

Whether it be mending a broken bone, providing care for a critically ill loved one, or introducing a newborn to the world, you want and deserve excellence. Whether it's dedicated and compassionate doctors and staff or current technology and procedures, all focused on excellence, you'll find them here. Because your family's healthcare matters most. For general information please call the SCKMC main line at (620)442-2500.
 
Patient Testimonials and Exceptional Service Nominees

Patient Testimonials and Exceptional Service Nominees

News Center - SCKMC article archives - "The Pulse"  e-newsletter

News Center

- SCKMC article archives

- "The Pulse"  e-newsletter

Calendars - Specialty Clinic Appointment Calendar - Calendar of Events

Calendars

- Specialty Clinic Appointment Calendar

- Calendar of Events

August 26, 2017 - 5K Obstacle Race - 2K Kids Fun Run - Off/On Road Cycle Race

August 26, 2017

- 5K Obstacle Race

- 2K Kids Fun Run

- Off/On Road Cycle Race


2017 Tax Credit Program

South Central Kansas Medical Center is currently completing the application process for a State grant which, if approved, would help to raise funds for diagnostic imaging equipment while providing donors with a possible 70% tax credit.

Hospital CEO Virgil Watson provided an example of how the tax credit program could benefit a donor.

“If your 2016 state tax liability was $1,400 and you want all of the state income tax you are expecting to pay in 2017 to go to our hospital project, you can donate $2,000 and receive a State income tax credit of up to 70% of your total donation which would be $1,400. In other words, you are sending your tax dollars to our hospital to be used for medical equipment upgrades, instead of going to Topeka,” Watson said. 

 The tax credit would be eligible on a first come, first serve basis to those who donate a minimum of $250 in goods, cash, or services to the hospital project before the end of 2017. In addition to the State tax credit, participants would also be eligible to deduct a percentage of their donation from their Federal taxes as SCKMC is classified as a governmental entity, with similar tax benefits as traditional not-for profits. However, the Federal deduction allowed will vary depending on the individual’s tax bracket.

“It’s a win-win-win. It’s a win for the hospital, it’s a win for the community, and it’s a win for the donor because they now have control over where their tax dollars are spent. Now you can say my tax obligation is being directed to where I want, supporting my local community. Which I think is the most powerful thing about this whole program,” said John Jones, SCKMC’s Chief Operations Officer. 

The hospital plans on using the donations to purchase a state-of-the-art 3D mammography unit and portable ultrasound equipment. The mammography upgrade is a requirement of Medicare, which has reduced reimbursement to facilities not offering 3D technology by 20%.

“Every patient deserves the best, state-of-the-art technology that can be offered. This will bring us to the cutting edge with 3D mammography and the ultrasound will provide an indispensable diagnostic tool for emergency services,” Jones said.  

 

The deadline to submit the tax credit grant application is August 1st. As part of the application process, SCKMC staff are seeking pledges for tax credit donations. Pledge letters must be received no later than July 26th. Those interested in pledging a donation should contact Virgil Watson at (620) 441-5900 or virgilw@sckrmc.org.