At Annie Jeffrey Health Center, we strive and are committed to providing the highest quality health care in a multitude of settings. We focus on staying current with the constant achievements and evolving technologies in the services we provide. Annie Jeffrey Health Center works collaboratively with its community, patient population and other providers to achieve excellence in health care, respect for life, and respect for each other.
Our hospital is a 16-bed Critical Access Hospital. It provides state of the art equipment operated by trained professionals. We take our responsibilities and obligations seriously and strive to serve our area with compassion and respect in a warm, welcoming facility with knowledgeable and experienced staff.
Henderson Health Care is a nonprofit, community-based health care network located in the heart of rural Nebraska. We take pride in continually bringing new and innovative care and services to our facilities while preserving the traditions of patient-centered care that have characterized our philosophy for more than 65 years. Henderson Health Care encourages wellness, provides exceptional medical care and offers long term living alternatives for area residents.
Henderson Health Care owns and operates Henderson Community Hospital, Henderson Family Clinic, Henderson Care Center (nursing home), Rosewood Court (assisted living), and Prairie Garden Estates (independent living) and Sutton Family Practice Clinic in Sutton, Nebraska.
The York Medical Clinic, P.C. is a professional corporation, which began as a single physician practice in 1965. Dr Darroll Loschen opened the clinic in that year in a storefront office in downtown York, Nebraska. The clinic was later moved to north Lincoln Avenue, just across form York General Hospital where it operated from the late 1960s to 2005. In that year it moved to the new medical office building, which was built and owned by the hospital.
York Medical Clinic family physicians provide a knowledgeable link to an array of additional medical specialists outside of the clinic, as needed. No matter what kind of specialized care you might need, considering your family physician should always be the first step.
Staff members of the Bell Clinic in York merged with the York Medical Clinic in 1987 to form one family practice clinic for the community. This merger allowed for more efficient operations and better after hour coverage.
The York Medical Clinic opened its first satellite clinic in Polk, Nebraska, which was later closed. A second satellite was opened in Sutton, Nebraska which was later sold to the Henderson Clinic. Stromsburg Medical Clinic was opened in 1987 and remains as an active practice today.