Logan County Hospital – Over $1.2 Million
The Logan County Healthcare Foundation has supported the Logan County Hospital by raising money through tax credits for the expansion of the clinic and health department and purchasing new equipment.
Equipment purchased for Logan County Hospital
- Ultrasonic cleaner and sterilizer is used to sterilize instruments.
- Upgrade the pharmacy computer system.
- A transportation bus is used to transport community residents to the hospital for therapy and doctor’s appointments and for activities and errands for the hospital apartment residents. The transportation van can be used by anyone in the community for a small fee.
- Nurse call system
- Stress testing equipment
- Fetal heart monitor
- Portable x-ray
- Mini Trampoline
- Linens and various small equipment
- ER Stretcher
- Lift chairs – these chairs help people sit down and get up
- Computer system and hardware
- Defibrillators – to restart a heart that has stopped
- Anesthesia machine – to administer anesthesia
- X-ray duplicator – so patients don’t need to take original x-rays to a specialist
- Blood bank refrigerator – to keep the blood supply at the correct temperature
- Hivamat 200 – This is a machine in the physical therapy department that can greatly improve healing time from injuries and surgeries.
- Drystar 5300 Imager for CT scanner for Radiology Department
- NuStep TRS 4000 recumbent cross trainer for the Cardiac Rehabilitation Department
- Hivamat 200 Evident
- Holter System
- MD Resting EKG
- NUStep Recumbent
- Therapy Pool
- Cardiac Rehab
- Fluid Warmer – Double Pod
- Phillips ST80i Stress Test System
City of Oakley – $22,024
- Aeronautical Weather Observation System – AWOS
- Park Exercise Equipment for Annie Oakley and Bertrand Park
Logan County EMS – $9,342
- Evac-u-splints – these conform to a body making it easier for the EMTs to move an injured person
- Suction machines
- Patient lift assist – to help the EMTs to lift patients without stress to the EMTs back
- Pulse Oximeter – takes the pulse and oxygen saturation levels of patients
- The CPR training mannequins – to allow the EMTs to be trained on CPR
- Ambulance cots
- Stair-PRO® Model 6252 Stair Chair
The Logan County Health Department
The Logan County Health Department provides vital services to the county. They make home visits where they fill weekly medication boxes, take vital signs, fill insulin syringes, draw blood for lab work that has been ordered by the doctor, give baths and take blood sugars.
Equipment purchased for the Logan County Health Department – $9,630
- Pulse Oximeters are used on these home visits, the Foundation has purchased two sets of these for the Health Department.
- Auto Tympanometry to measure the pressure within the middle ear space.
- Audiometer measures hearing or intensity of sound.
- Exam Table
- Various equipment and supplies purchased with the expansion of the department.
Logan County Manor – $19,353
- Incontinence monitor
- 36 beds with linens
- 2 wheelchairs
New Frontiers Health Services – $146,082
- Bladder scanner
- INRatio Prof Meter
- Scale with a digital readout
- Various equipment included in the expansion project
Scholarships – $108,100
The Logan County Healthcare Foundation has given scholarships to the following types of students
- lab and x-ray technology
- dietary management
- nursing home administrator in training
The Logan County Healthcare Foundation has provided many scholarships/financial assistance over the years to increase the professional health care services available in our community.
- Pharmacist – Kezia Uhrich
- Chiropractor – Levi Younkin
- ARPN – Kyle Hodges
- Dietary Management
Logan County Hospice – $3,450
- Electric hospital bed
- Storage rental for equipment
Healthy Logan County – $5,000
- The Logan County Healthcare Foundation gave Healthy Logan County $5,000 to pursue the possibilities for an Assisted Living Facility
Oakley Health Mart Pharmacy – $237,520.45
With the help of the Kansas Department of Commerce tax credit program the Logan County Healthcare Foundation has brought a pharmacy back to Oakley. We were granted $140,000 in tax credits to award to donors who donate money to this program. This allowed the Foundation to raise $200,000 to bring a pharmacy back to Oakley. Donors to this program received a tax credit on their Kansas Income Taxes in the amount of 70% of their total donation.
The pharmacy opened July 12, 2006 and has been well received by the community.
Pharmacy Tax Credit donors
- Maurice & Ruth Annis
- Gerald & Edith Berkgren
- Bob & Edith Clark
- Elizabeth Eaton
- Farmers State Bank
- Fry Eye Associates, PA
- Fry Eye Surgery Center, LLC
- Cleal & Muriel Harrison
- Janet Hinther
- Bernard & Bonnie Huelsmann
- Gary & Raelene Keller
- Jim Keller
- Patty Lewallen in memory of Clyde Kenneth Kost
- Viola Lindeman in memory of Oliver Lindeman
- Jerry Nickelson
- Maxine Nickelson
- Richard & Ramona McCarty
- Patricia Ryan
- Marianne Schmitt
- Bill & Emilee Schulte
- Arthur & Darlene Seele
- Carl Smith & Angela Carmichael
- Sporer Land Development, Inc
- Vernon & Margie Stoecker
- Lloyd Swart
- Norma Deyoe-Swart
- Wade Taylor, DVM & Sherry Taylor
- The Bank
- Doryce Thrasher in memory of Froman Thrasher
- Bradley Wertz