Johnson County Healthcare Center (JCHC), located in Buffalo, Wyoming, opened in 1952 and has a resounding legacy of providing quality healthcare services to Johnson County residents and visitors. JCHC consists of Johnson County Memorial Hospital (25-bed critical access hospital), Amie Holt Care Center (44-bed nursing home), The Family Medical Center of Johnson County (outpatient clinic) and home health/hospice programs.
Our talented and committed medical providers include family medicine physicians, physician assistants and a general surgeon. We offer a wide range of services including inpatient and swing bed, ICU, inpatient/outpatient surgery, physical rehab, lab, cardiac rehab, radiology, CT, mobile MRI, ultrasound, mammography, outpatient clinic, ER, nursing home, home health, hospice, diabetic education and a wellness/rehab program.
The Johnson County Hospital District, governed by a five-member elected Board of Trustees, owns JCHC. The District receives annual tax support to buoy JCHC’s operations. The Johnson County Healthcare Center Foundation, Inc. was formed in 1990 to support JCHC and local healthcare expansion and investment. The Foundation’s current net worth is more than $8 million.
JCHC has made three large strategic capital facility investments since 2012, including modernizing ER, lab, radiology, health information, business office, administration, front entrance, waiting rooms, surgery recovery and sterile processing areas, as well as constructing a new nursing home. Work continues today toward JCHC’s remaining master site plan.
Our organization has a $23 million annual budget and employs approximately 220 employees.
To learn more about Johnson County Healthcare Center, see www.jchealthcare.com.