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About Kearney Regional Medical Center

Kearney Regional Medical Center is dedicated to improving the health of our neighbors, families and friends by delivering expert medical care that is patient focused, community inspired, physician driven and cost effective.

Kearney Regional Medical Center

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Kearney Regional Medical Center is an 89-bed acute care hospital located in the progressive and rapidly-expanding central Nebraska community of Kearney. We offer a full complement of Surgical and Clinical Services along with an expansive list of Medical Specialties. Our campus consists of 44 Medical-Surgical Rooms, 10 Intensive Care Suites, 10 Oversized Labor and Delivery Rooms, 4 state-of-the-art Neonatal Intensive Care Rooms, 5 Operating Rooms, 3 labs dedicated to Interventional Cardiology and Radiology services, and all while providing a comfortable home-like atmosphere for patients and their families.

First opening in 2013, Kearney Regional Medical Center has since expanded to nearly twice the original size. In the Spring of 2017, an extensive multi-phase construction project was completed adding many more service lines and expanding current lines across many different departments. In November 2016, Kearney Regional Medical Center officially opened their 24-hour Emergency Department as well as adding more in-patient rooms, intensive care rooms, and another interventional cardiology lab. Internal remodels throughout the facility were also completed to meet the needs of our growing organization. All construction phases were completed in May 2017.

Additionally, in January 2017, Kearney Regional Maternity Care Center officially opened its doors to our Maternity Care Center for labor and delivery services. In just a few months, KRMC Maternity Care is on the forefront of labor and delivery surpassing 250 deliveries in under 6 months.

Kearney Regional Medical Center is advancing beyond its borders in rapid fashion. And as we grow, so does our reach into central Nebraska.