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Thayer County Health Services joins statewide COVID-19 messaging effort

Thayer County Health Services joins statewide COVID-19 messaging effort Thayer County Health Services recently joined forces with the Nebraska Hospital Association and Nebraska Healthcare Marketers to support a statewide awareness effort to aid in the fight against the spread of COVID-19 in Nebraska. As cases and hospitalizations continue to surge in nearly every part of […]

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COVID-19 Processes and Procedures

As cases continue to rise in our county and district, the staff at TCHS are asking all of you, our community, to please follow the necessary protocols and precautions when it comes to COVID-19. We recognize that there are many questions, and each situation is evaluated on a case-by-case basis, but we wanted to share […]

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TCHS is excited to welcome Jan Bock, MSN, FNP, PMHNP, BC

Thayer County Health Services is excited to announce that Jan Bock, MSN, FNP, PMHNP, BC, has joined our team as a Behavioral Health Provider. She grew up in rural Pawnee County near Liberty, Nebraska. After finishing high school in Barneston, Nebraska, she started her nursing career as a graduate of Bryan School of Nursing and […]

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Thayer County Health Services announces the purchase of Priefert Pharmacy

Thayer County Health Services and Priefert Pharmacy have begun a new chapter in providing healthcare excellence to the residents and visitors of Thayer County.  The business name will transition to Thayer County Pharmacy and operate in the existing Priefert Pharmacy location at 428 Lincoln Avenue.  TCHS is committed to ensuring the transition occurs with minimal […]

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New ENT Providers to Join TCHS Specialty Clinic

Thayer County Health Services is excited to announce two new providers to our Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) clinic at the hospital Specialty Clinic in Hebron. Dr. Nila Novotny, an otolaryngologist, and Amber Citta, APRN, with Columbus Community Hospital will hold an ENT clinic twice a month as Dr. Weekly had in the past. TCHS […]

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TCHS Welcomes Paul Edwards as new CEO

Thayer County Health Services is pleased to announce Paul Edwards as the new President/CEO. Paul, a lifelong Nebraskan who grew up on his family’s farm between Ord and Loup City, brings 35 years of healthcare experience to the job. He joined CHI Health St. Elizabeth in 2001 as the Director of Clinical Research, where he […]

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TCHS Welcomes Aaron Teachout, MBA as new CFO

Thayer County Health Services welcomes Aaron Teachout as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO), on Monday, April 20th. Aaron brings with him more than 5 years of direct critical access hospital leadership and over 10 years of overall experience in Finance. Aaron received his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics- Actuarial Science from Oakland University and his […]

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TCHS Welcomes Travis Wright, PA-C

Thayer County Health Services is excited to announce that Travis Wright, Physician Assistant, will be joining our Medical Staff and begin practicing May 1, 2020.  Travis grew up in Morganville, KS and received his undergraduate degree from Bethany College in Lindsborg, KS. He went on to complete his graduate degree to become a Physician Assistant […]

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Cook to lead hospital as interim CEO

Thayer County Health Services is pleased to announce the appointment of Scott Cook, as the interim President and Chief Executive Officer of TCHS. Cook has had a wide variety of health care and leadership related experience over the past 15 years. He is currently employed with CHI Health as the Network Development Consultant for the […]

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Respiratory Clinic

Respiratory Clinic – Deshler Medical Clinic 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 615 4th St, Deshler, NE   In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Thayer County Health Services has created a specialized Respiratory Clinic at our Deshler Medical Clinic in Deshler, NE, to care for patients during this time. Suspected COVID-19 patients will continue to be […]

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