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Hospital Main: 660-465-8511

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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.

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: Allergy/Asthma, Cardiology, Oncology, OB/GYN, Surgery, Rheumatology, Orthopedics 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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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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Introducing Virtual Visits -

Scotland County Hospital, Memphis Medical Services and Lancaster Medical Services are suspending all in-person non-essential visits to the hospital and clinics. If you have a question as to whether your previously scheduled clinic appointment or previously scheduled outpatient treatment at the hospital is essential, please call either clinic or the hospital and a triage nurse will assist you (Memphis Medical Services 660-465-2828 and Lancaster Medical Services 660-457-3655).
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Hospital Prepares for COVID-19 -

Scotland County Hospital & Clinics remains open for business and prepared to serve the health needs of our community during the COVID-19 pandemic and always. We encourage all individuals to become and remain prepared as well. Together, we can protect ourselves and diminish the spread of this disease by limiting travel and community exposure, remaining calm, frequently washing hands with soap and water, and always before touching your mouth, face or eyes, or any food before eating it. Self-quarantining at home is preferred if flu-like symptoms develop in otherwise healthy people that are not experiencing a medical emergency.
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PaintFest Coming To Memphis -

The Foundation for Hospital Art (FFHA), headquartered in a suburb of Atlanta, GA, is teaming up with Scotland County Hospital and Scotland County Care Center to bring PaintFest to Memphis on Friday, March 13 from 10 am - 1 pm at the Scotland County Care Center. All from the community are invited to participate. The event is free of charge and open to the public.
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Rural Health Crisis Brings Advocates to Washington -

A record number of rural health advocates were on Capitol Hill Feb. 11-13 in response to growing evidence that rural America faces a worsening health crisis, including higher mortality rates and less access to care. Randy Tobler, MD, FACOG, CEO of Scotland County Hospital & Clinics in Memphis, Missouri, was one of those advocates that attended and represented America's heartland. During NRHA's 31st Rural Health Policy Institute - the largest rural advocacy event in the country - more than 500 rural health care providers and advocates converged on Washington DC and asked Congress and the Administration to end the catastrophic rural hospital closure crisis, mitigate the increasing mortality gap between rural and urban America, and improve health care workforce shortages.
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Partnership Opens Edina Clinic -

Scotland County Hospital & Clinics, Memphis, MO, and Blessing Health System, Quincy, IL, are partnering to open a rural health clinic in Edina, MO. The clinic will be located in the former Jim Sears Technical Building on Highway 6, east of Edina, across from the Knox County School District.
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First Baby 2020 -

Scotland County Hospital would like to introduce the first baby of 2020 and the decade! Baby boy Emry Jake Worrell was born January 1st at 8:40am, weighing 7 lbs. 4 oz. and 21 ¼ inches long. Emry Jake is the son of Sharra and Cody Worrell of Kahoka, Missouri. We would like to congratulate the Worrell family on their new addition!
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