Harrison County Community Hospital has provided more than 100 vaccinations to our front-line health care workers who are among the first group eligible to receive the vaccines.
Casey Scott passes examination through the American Board of Magnetic Resonance Safety.
Harrison County Community Hospital District (HCCHD) has requested 100 doses of the Moderna (mRNA-1273) COVID-19 vaccine. HCCHD expects to receive their COVID-19 vaccines within the next few weeks.
T System, a CorroHealth company, announced the winners of its annual Client Excellence Awards, chosen from more than 1,9000 facilities nationwide that have implemented its emergency care solutions.
Harrison County Community Hospital has received national recognition for an innovative approach to Post-Acute Care that supports a patient's continued recovery from illness or management of a chronic illness or disability.
COVID-19 Walk-In Testing hours have been extended to 9am-4pm daily.
Don't put off getting your annual mammogram. The Radiology staff at HCCH is ready to help you fight against Breast Cancer!
A letter from the health-care leaders in northwest Missouri, northeast Kansas, and southeast Nebraska to encourage you to take action to increase the number of people who wear masks significantly, social distance when possible, and practice good hand hygiene as the pandemic continues.
Register by October 12th to receive a T-Shirt! Event proceeds benefit the Harrison County Cancer Transportation Fund to help with travel expenses for individuals receiving cancer treatment. Send T-Shirt registration forms and payment to:
HCCH Foundation 2600 Miller Street Bethany, MO 64424. If you have questions please call (660) 425-0274.
Harrison County Community Hospital, Bethany Medical Clinic, and Harrison County Family Center are now using Automated Temperature Screening Kiosks to monitor patient, visitor, and employee temperatures. Watch this short video on how the kiosk works and what it will look like when entering an HCCHD facility.