Mission Statement
Gove County Medical Center is committed to providing exceptional healthcare services delivered in a spirit of compassionate care.

History of GCMC
GCMC was founded in 1925 by the Brethren Church as the Quinter Hospital and Sanatorium. From its early start as a two-story building with two bedrooms for patients, doctor’s office, exam, operating and sterilizing rooms on the first floor and kitchen, laundry, storage and X-ray room in the basement. Many changes have occurred since then. In 1946 the county of Gove took ownership of the hospital and changed the name to Gove County Hospital. The Long Term Care Facility was built in 1963. Several additions and remodeling projects have happened since 1963. A third name change occurred in 1994 when Gove County Hospital became Gove County Medical Center.

Letter to Patients:
Dear Patient and Family Members:

Welcome to Gove County Medical Center. Thank you for choosing our facility for your health care services. Our mission is to provide quality healthcare in order to improve your overall health and make your stay as comfortable as possible.

We are proud of our staff and facility and look for ways to improve our standard of care to you. You may receive a patient survey questionnaire and be asked to complete and return the survey to us. We appreciate your honesty and your comments. They are important to us so we can better serve you. We appreciate the confidence you have placed in us.

Gove County Medical Center

Board of Trustees and Employees

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