In conjunction with the Healthcare Access Taskforce, Hutchinson Regional Medical Center is conducting a Community Health Assessment (CHA). The CHA guides community organizations to what are the greatest needs facing Reno County residents and areas of focus regarding the health and well-being of our community.
For the first part of the CHA, we are asking Reno County residents to participate in an online 3-question survey to identify the community’s top priorities. The questions are related to overall concerns, health concerns, and school concerns. In April, the second part of the CHA survey will take place with 210 randomly selected households for a more in-depth discussion regarding the issues the community at large identified in the first part of the survey.
The anonymous survey can be accessed now through Monday, February 21.
Hutchinson Regional Medical Center today announced it will adjust staffing levels and reduce workforce as a direct result of the healthcare landscape being profoundly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, increasing supply costs, lower health insurance reimbursement rates and decreased patient volumes compared to pre-pandemic days.
Ken Johnson, the president and chief executive officer of Hutchinson Regional Healthcare System has resigned after seven years in the role. Prior to serving as the CEO, Johnson served as the chief operating officer and chief financial officer of Hutchinson Regional Medical Center.