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

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

Scotland County Hospital is a Critical Access Hospital, embraced by the communities it serves.  We have a highly respected medical staff (click HERE) and a wide range of specialists. Three physicians deliver babies in our Women's Center (Dr. Randy Tobler, Dr. Kelsey Davis-Humes and Dr. Jeff Davis). We hope you will look to us, first and foremost, for your healthcare needs. 

Our specialty clinics are: Cardiology, Oncology, OB/GYN, Surgery, Rheumatology, Orthopedics, Radiology, Urology and Wound Care. We also offer Geriatric Counseling (Senior Life Solutions).

See 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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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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Health Professions Students Learn From SCH Staff in Many Areas -

Scotland County Hospital & Clinics hosts learners across multiple health professions each year. The clinics have Nurse Practitioner students to nursing students to medical school students. On the Medical-Surgical floor of the hospital, nearly every week, there are nursing students working from Southeastern Community College to Indian Hills Community College to Truman State University. The Laboratory & Radiology Departments host students from area community colleges, while students come from many programs, colleges and universities across the Midwest to complete a clinical rotation in the Therapy Services Department.
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Scotland County Hospital Names New Chief Nursing Officer -

Scotland County Hospital has named Ashley Ward, RN, the new Chief Nursing Officer (CNO). If her name sounds familiar to you, that's because she has been around Scotland County Hospital for 15 years and she has been the Surgery Center Supervisor since May 2016. Dr. Randy Tobler, Chief Executive Officer, Scotland County Hospital said, "Her warm, gentle and calm personality is what many of our patients recognize when they complete a patient satisfaction survey. I believe bringing those characteristics to the table for the CNO position, coupled with her experience & knowledge of nursing and the healthcare landscape, are going to make her an incredible asset to our senior management team."
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Hospital Recognizes Employees for Years of Service -

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 40 years, is Kelley Ketchum, RN. Kelley is a native of Scotland County and while in high school, she was a "candy striper" at the Hospital in the mid-70's.
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Hospital Transitions From Pandemic to Endemic -

According to Scotland County Hospital & Clinics Disaster Chairman, Robert Miller, the hospital and clinics will be removed from under the hospital's emergency operations in the eICS (electronic incident command system). This local change is due to Missouri's Governor Parson's announcement to end the COVID-19 crisis in Missouri and shift the state operations to an endemic phase of the pandemic beginning on Friday, April 1, 2022. Miller said, "SCH has, from the beginning, worked diligently to mitigate the risk to our community, by sharing information based on research and experience. Our staff has done an amazing job of being flexible during a time of much uncertainty. Their dedication to the care of our friends and neighbors in the communities we serve should never be forgotten. I am grateful we are moving beyond reacting to focusing on prevention."
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Visitor Restrictions Lifted -

Hospital visiting hours are 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Relatives or guardians and clergy, if requested by the patient or family, shall be allowed to see critically-ill patients at any time in keeping with the orders of the physician. Visitors may be asked to leave or not allowed to enter the facility, at the discretion of the staff as warranted by the patient's condition.
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Dr. Jeff Davis Accepts Administrative Position at Medical School -

Perhaps you have recently heard rumors that we are leaving Memphis and that I am closing my practice at the hospital and clinic. I simply wanted to take this opportunity to share with you what is happening in our lives and with my career. Late last fall, an opportunity in leadership and administration became available at A.T. Still University – Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (ATSU). This is my alma mater, and I was honored to be considered for this role. Then, after a selection process by the University, I was offered an administrative appointment to become the Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs. After many hours of discussing this opportunity with my family and other healthcare leaders, I decided this was in line with my career aspirations and goals, and I have accepted the position.
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