About William Newton Hospital
William Newton Hospital (WNH) is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital located in Winfield, KS with a proud heritage of excellence in patient care. Although WNH provides the latest in technology to assist physicians in diagnosis and treatment, our strength also lies in the personalized, compassionate patient care not often found in a large medical center. We strive to provide big-city medicine, with small-town service.
In addition to acute care, the hospital provides same-day and orthopedic surgery, intensive care, labor and delivery, and skilled swing beds. Our emergency department is staffed with physicians 24/7. WNH has on-site respiratory therapy services and a clinical laboratory. Outpatient services include audiology, cardiac rehabilitation, wound care, diagnostic imaging, infusion therapy, laboratory, rehabilitation services, and many other diagnostic and therapeutic services.
The hospital provides primary care through seven rural health clinics in Cowley, Elk, and Chautauqua counties and an occupational health program to assist local business and industry. WNH has also developed cooperative arrangements with other providers for cancer treatment and renal dialysis.
Specialty clinics include cardiology, orthopedics, podiatry, interventional radiology, rheumatology, oncology, nephrology, neurosurgery, ENT, pain management, pediatrics, pulmonology, and urology.
The non-profit community general hospital is locally managed and financially self-sufficient, relying entirely on patient revenue and philanthropic support. It does not receive tax dollars or outside health system assistance. The hospital is governed by a five-member Board of Trustees appointed by the Winfield City Commission. Winfield, Kansas, a community of 12,000 just 45 minutes southeast of Wichita. Winfield is an attractive community with a four-year college and an exceptionally low incidence of crime. Our service population is approximately 55,000 and the area boasts a diverse economy with a growing number of manufacturers and services. In short, Winfield provides excellent cultural, recreational, educational, and employment opportunities.
Hospital acute-care admissions in 2020, including newborns, totaled 1,207 plus 1,027 placed in observation status. There were 1,167 surgeries, 749 endoscopies, 293 newborn deliveries, 8,536 visits to the emergency room, 3,081 home health visits, 75 admissions to swing-beds, 9,998 rural health clinic visits, 24,044 physician clinic visits, and 42,298 other outpatient services. The hospital is certified by CMS. WNH is fortunate to have a well-diversified and excellent medical staff including 35 members on the active staff and a growing number of consulting physicians and allied professionals currently in excess of 130.
Meeting the healthcare needs of the citizens in the surrounding area has always been, and always will be our number one priority. If you would like additional information, please contact Sarah Johnson, Director of Marketing & Business Development (620-222-6262 or email).