Who We Are
South Lincoln Medical Center has been designated a Critical Access Hospital, as defined by the Office of Rural Health Policy, part of the Health Resources & Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. The Critical Access Hospital (CAH) Program was established to aid in the continuation of healthcare services for rural residents and works to accomplish the following: - Aids in the continuation of health care services for rural residents - Enables hospitals to be eligible for cost-based Medicare reimbursement for inpatient and outpatient services
To deliver extraordinary compassion, innovative healthcare, and customer service to our community, our patients, and each other, close to home.
To be the healthcare provider of choice in southwest Wyoming by building a relationship of trust with our communities.
Community - supporting, giving and acting to improve where we live, serve, and work.
Compassion - concern for the individual, empathy for the situation, action to provide service wherever possible.
Innovation - continually seeking the latest advances in cost-effective healthcare and customer service.
Integrity - doing the right thing; always.
Passion for healthcare - fervently, avidly, and zealously seeking the improvement of human health.