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January 2020 Specialty Calendar - click HERE

OB/GYN and General Surgery are offered every week day.

Scotland County Hospital in Memphis, Missouri, welcomes you to our website.  We hope you will find the website content useful and informative.

Click HERE for our 2017-2018 Annual Report. 

Our hospital is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital located in rural northeast Missouri.  We own and operate three rural health clinics in three counties - Memphis Medical Services (Scotland County), Lancaster Medical Services (Schuyler County) and Wyaconda Medical Services (Clark County).  Scotland County Hospital has an affiliation agreement with Blessing Health System in Quincy, IL (Blessing Affiliation Press Release Final.pdf).  

Scotland County Hospital is a fast growing Hospital, embraced by the communities it serves.  We have a highly respected medical staff and a wide range of specialists.  We hope you will look to us, first and foremost, for your healthcare needs. 

Our specialty clinics are: Cardiology, Oncology, ENT, OB/GYN, Surgery, Neurology, Rheumatology, Orthopedics, Podiatry, Vision and Wound Care

Click below for a list of our services and a map of our facilities: FINAL sch-map.pdf 

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. 
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Interpretation available for limited English speaking patients.
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Request for Public Comment at Board Meetings Form, click HERE. For the policy, click HERE.

SCH is committed to providing you with high-quality patient care and services for our hospital district and service area.  This includes sharing with you information about our billing process for health care services.  You are encouraged to contact us about your account, check current balances, update insurance information, find out the current status of your insurance claim, requested an itemized copy of your charges or pay your bill.  Please direct your call to our Patient Accounts Department at 660-465-8511.


A good-faith estimate is provided to help self-pay, uninsured or out-of-network patients to understand their potential costs for services provided at the clinics & hospital.

When paying in full with our SAME DAY DISCOUNT, and taking advantage of our 50% savings, this is a good-faith ESTIMATE of your charges for that Date of Service.  You may be sent an itemized bill/statement after your Date of Service for charges that were not included in the total.  The final itemized bill/statement you receive will reflect the full discount you would have received on the Date of Service, had the estimate been accurate.  We ask that it be paid within 30 days of receiving the final itemized bill/statement.

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Scotland County Hospital
Affiliates with Blessing Health System
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Blessing Affiliation Press Release Final.pdf
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Dr. Tobler Addresses Lawmakers in Washington -

Earlier this month, the Missouri Hospital Association (MHA) traveled to our nation's capital with executives from Missouri's rural hospitals to meet with lawmakers, including Senators Roy Blunt, Josh Hawley and Congressman Sam Graves to discuss the critical role of health care for rural patients and economies and the many difficulties facing rural hospitals. Randy Tobler, MD, FACOG, CEO, Scotland County Hospital, was part of the delegation that traveled to Washington DC and shared their perspectives on how federal actions can influence hospitals’ ability to remain essential community institutions while providing the care needed in the communities they serve.
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Clinic Receives Free Vaccine Administration Supplies -

As a participant of the Vaccines for Children program (VFC), the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services provided (free of charge) Memphis Medical Services, vaccine administration supplies through the Bureau of Immunization (BI). Paula Enlow, LPN, VFC Coordinator at Memphis Medical Services had to place the order by April 15th and it recently arrived. This is a savings of $2,102 to the facility. Paula Enlow, LPN, and Lori Nelson, RN, Clinics Supervisor are to be commended for finding this program which returned significant supply savings to the clinic's annual budget.
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Dr. Davis Explains the Annual Wellness Visit -

Scotland County Hospital and its rural health clinics, Memphis Medical Services, Lancaster Medical Services and Wyaconda Medical Services, have recently begun offering a heightened focus on preventative health services. Provisions in the Affordable Care Act of 2010 included programs that would be rolled out year by year. Ramping up high quality prevention programs was one of these provisions. The Centers for Medicare Services (CMS) developed a new benefit to its recipients called the Annual Wellness Visit. This benefit is offered every 12 months to Medicare beneficiaries and is covered at no cost regardless of having a supplemental insurance plan or not. However, this Annual Wellness Visit, is not a physician visit or a physical examination. This is not to be confused with a “Well-Woman Exam” or a “Yearly Physical”. Historically, patients were used to these terms referring to their yearly visit with their physician including a physical examination. However, Medicare’s “Annual Wellness Visit” is completely different and is designed to be an annual visit conducted at the request of your physician to review your progress on completion on all of your recommended preventative health services. This might include a mammogram for breast cancer screening or a colonoscopy for colon cancer screening or a pneumonia vaccination for immunity against certain types of pneumonia.
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Technical Assistance Grant Awarded to Hospital -

The Texas A&M University Center for Optimizing Rural Health (CORH) is pleased to announce that Scotland County Hospital is one of twenty-five hospitals selected to receive technical assistance from CORH. The Texas A&M University Center for Optimizing Rural Health (CORH) was recently created as a technical advisory center for vulnerable rural hospitals; it is a part of the A&M Rural and Community Health Institute (ARCHI) and is funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The grant funding will provide consultations and tools to assist small, rural hospitals to identify and address issues that may be contributing to their future viability or financial vulnerability. This grant helps rural hospitals identify the challenges facing small hospitals and works with those hospitals to create solutions for how health care can remain in the rural communities across America.
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Service Pins, Retirees and Scholarship -

The Scotland County Hospital (SCH) Employee Committee in Memphis recognized employees for their years of service with the organization and awarded service pins recently. The Hospital is in its 49th year of providing healthcare services in the community and opened its doors in July 1970. Officials from the Scotland County Care Center and the Scotland County Hospital & Clinics are making plans for their combined 50th anniversary celebrations in the year 2020. A commemorative cookbook is being planned along with a community celebration scheduled for Thursday, July 2, 2020. There are several employees at SCH that have been loyal to the organization for multiple decades and received service pins this year. At the top of that list, working 30 years are Kathy Miller (Laboratory) and Linda Morgan (Nursing).
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Hospital Receives GOLD Award for Quality Care -

Scotland County Hospital has received the TMF Hospital Quality Improvement Gold Award from TMF® Health Quality Institute. It honors hospitals that are performing quality initiatives aimed at improving outcomes in patient care by recognizing those hospitals that have improved their performance on specific national quality measures. This program was established in 2004 as a non-competitive recognition program designed to identify exemplary outcomes achieved by hospitals. Rhonda Roberts is our Case Manager at Scotland County Hospital and she studied each readmission to the hospital and the risk of readmissions rate and measured the data for over a year to qualify us for this award. Many of our hospital nurses and clinical staff can also take credit for the success of this award. It was a significant amount of work, but the initiatives were worth it because it was the right thing to do for our patients.
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