On behalf of the staff and physicians of Lynn County Hospital District, we would like to welcome you to our website. Lynn County Hospital District’s mission is to provide superior and compassionate healthcare services to the people of Lynn County. We understand that our values of being caring and compassionate are the key elements of providing quality care. The size of our facility and the family oriented environment allows us to have personalized care utilizing a team approach. Lynn County Hospital District is dedicated to providing the community with your primary care needs so you don’t have to travel long distances for medical care. Since our community and the need for convenience continue to grow, we are working towards adding other services in the near future to provide comprehensive healthcare right here in Lynn County.
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UPDATE: CEO Stace Holland, James Craig, President Pro-tem of Tahoka Rotary, Melanie Richburg, DFNP, C & Jana Bishop, President of Tahoka Rotary present a check from the auction in the amount of $33,000 standing in front of our new remote Fukuda Denshi Telemetry and vital signs monitor. The system was purchased with the Rotary Auction funds and our $50,000 grant from Texas Department of … Click Here For More »
Our goal is to provide our residents with a safe, homelike environment, yet have the privacy, independence and dignity to live a long healthy life. Each resident is afforded the highest caliber of genuine care.
Come see our beautiful new facility with Studio, One-Bedroom and Couples rooms featuring large walk-in closets and kitchenettes equipped with microwave and … Click Here For More »
If you have recently been sick or had a surgery, you know as we age recovery just doesn’t come that fast. Often times our insurance only "allows" us a certain amount of time in the hospital based on our diagnosis. So, once the hospital is ready to discharge you, "What are you suppose to do?" Lynn County Hospital Districts Swing Bed program knows exactly what to do. We offer 24/7 skilled nursing … Click Here For More »
Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce or properly use insulin. Insulin is a hormone that is needed to convert sugar, starches and other food into energy needed for daily life. The cause of diabetes continues to be a mystery, although both genetics and environmental factors such as obesity and lack of exercise appear to play roles.
There are 23.6 million children and … Click Here For More »