• Web Nursery
  • Patient Portal
  • Events Calendar
  • Sebd an e-card

Pricing Transparency
Click HERE for information on BALANCE BILLING.

Click HERE for the January SPECIALTY SERVICES Calendar.

All visitors must be screened and must pass the screening process to gain admittance.
Click HERE to read about SCH Chief of Staff, Dr. Celeste Miller-Parish's Covid-19 treatment and recovery.



Hospital Main: 660-465-8511

AMBULANCE: 660-465-2131

Memphis Medical Services

Lancaster Medical Services

Wyaconda Medical Services
(Open Tuesdays Only)

Edina Medical Services


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. 
Please click HERE for more details.

Click HERE for our notice of privacy.

Interpretation available for limited English speaking patients.
Please click HERE for more details.

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.

Click for Patient's Rights

Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ScotlandCountyHospital

SCH Slide Show

Click HERE for more information on our Smoke Free facilities.

Click HERE for the Strategic Plan.


view all
Graham Certified in Low FODMAP, Brings Expertise to Region in the Dietary Treatment of IBS -

Andrea Graham, RDN, LD, Scotland County Hospital & Clinics, Memphis, MO, recently completed a certification that will tremendously benefit patients with a diagnosis of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). She completed the Monash University Certification in Low FODMAP Diet for Irritable Bowel Syndrome. FODMAP stands for fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols, which are short-chain carbohydrates (sugars) that the small intestine absorbs poorly. Some people experience digestive distress after eating them and are often diagnosed with IBS.
click here for more

Rural Electric Coop Uses Matching Grant to Buy EKG Machine for Edina Clinic -

Recently, the clinic received a piece of equipment and technology to expand diagnostic services at the clinic, thanks to the Lewis County Rural Electric Cooperative, in partnership with an economic development matching grant offered by the Associated Electric Cooperative. An EKG machine was delivered to the Edina Medical Services this spring and become operational in April thanks to the generosity and partnership of the electric coops. Edina Medical Services is served by the Lewis County Electric Cooperative.
click here for more

Auxiliary Makes Donation to Hospital for Teaching Kitchen -

The SCCC/SCH Auxiliary recently made a donation to both the Dietary Department and Therapy Services Department at Scotland County Hospital. Hospital Dietary Manager, Andrea Graham, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, and Jennifer McMinn, Occupational Therapist, have a new area in the hospital with which to offer food preparation and dietary teaching in the newly built teaching kitchen
click here for more

Scotland County Hospital Recognized as a Top Performer -

Scotland County Hospital's Population Health Care Team has been recognized as “Top Performers” for the month of February by Crossriver Quality Health Partners (CQHP). The team consists of Tabitha Wittstock, MA (Population Health Coordinator), Stephanie Ketchum, LPN (Population Health Nurse and Chronic Care Management Nurse), and is led by the Physician Champion, Dr. Jeff Davis. The team was recognized for completing the highest monthly percentage of Annual Wellness Visits within all of CQHP entities for the month of February.
click here for more

Scotland County Hospital Loosens COVID-19 Restrictions -

With COVID-19 infections falling and vaccination rates climbing, Scotland County Hospital (SCH) officials are loosening COVID-19 restrictions for visitors and patients and making other changes to accommodate patients, staff and visitors. Starting March 27th, staff screeners will no longer be stationed at the entrances to Memphis Medical Services and the Hospital. Rather, as people enter the facilities, a free-standing, non-contact infra-red temperature assessment device will serve as the initial fever check to identify and triage people who may have elevated temperatures. Once assessed for fever by the temperature assessment device, registration staff at both the Hospital and clinic will ask patients a list of COVID-19 related questions.
click here for more

Senior Citizens Heart Disease and Depression -

February marks American Heart Month. After the challenging circumstances that first presented themselves in 2020, it’s more important than ever for us to acknowledge the connection of the mind and body; specifically, the connection of the mind and the heart.
click here for more