Golden Plains Community Hospital has beenrecognized for their Excellence in Patient Satisfaction by the Texas State Office of Rural Health.
On November 16, 2017, communities from across the country will celebrate National Rural Health Day in recognition of the remarkable accomplishments that have been achieved in rural healthcare over the past year.
A Community Health Needs Assessment (Assessment) was conducted for Golden Plains Community Hospital, (Hospital) on July 10 - 13, 2017, through focus groups that included a number of community members from Borger and Hutchinson County. The value of an Assessment is that it allows healthcare organizations to better understand the needs of the communities they serve, with the ultimate goal of improving the overall health of the local citizens. Whether or not an organization is required by regulation or statute to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment, it is an extremely valuable tool for fulfilling its role in the community.
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New EMT course aims to fill gap of certified EMT's in Borger
BY DREW POWELL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31ST 2016
Students at Borger High School interested in pursuing a career in the medical field now have a new option. The school has partnered with ACAL (Amarillo Area Center for Advanced Learning) to offer an EMT class for students...
Nurses Who Care
"Behind the walls of the still new Golden Plains Community Hospital in Borger... down a non-descript hallway, stands a renovated old wardrobe. It's officials title...Aiden's closet."