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10 Things to Know About Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center

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Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center is a critical access facility in Chanute, Kan., serving the communities of southeast Kansas.

Here are 10 things to know about Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center:

1. Dennis Franks is the CEO of Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center.

2. Nancy Woodyard is the CFO of Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center.

3. Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center has 23 beds.

4. There are about 295 employees working at the hospital.

5. For the cost report period ending December 2011, Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center recorded $78 million in gross charges and a net income of $697,900, according to American Hospital Directory.

6. In 2011, Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center performed 200 inpatient surgeries and 300 births, according to American Hospital Directory.

7. In 2011, Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center was named one of the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals in America by the National Rural Health Association.

8. Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center opened in 1951 with 51 beds.

9. In 2011, Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center received the Leadership in Quality Initiatives Award from Quorum Health Resources, a hospital management and healthcare consulting firm.

10. Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center was named one of the 2012 100 Great Community Hospitals by Becker’s Hospital Review.

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