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*Residents of Thomas County who are 65 & over or patients of Family Center for Health Care (FCHC) who are 65 & over, will be the first to receive the vaccination. For help, please call 785-405-0104. Once they become available, we will follow the KS Vaccination Plan and contact people based on the following phases, starting with Phase 2. To view the phases, click HERE.


Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Survey CLICK HERE

Over the next three months, Citizen’s Health – Colby KS will be working with other area providers to update the 2018 Thomas County Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). Citizens Health is seeking input from community members regarding the healthcare needs in Thomas County in order to complete the 2021 CHNA. The goal of this assessment update is to understand progress in addressing community health needs cited in both the 2015 and 2018 CHNA reports and to collect up-to-date community health perceptions and ideas.

This is a requirement for Critical Access Hospitals and we welcome your feedback if you choose to participate. Your feedback and suggestions regarding current community health delivery are especially important to collect in order to complete a comprehensive 2021 Community Health Needs Assessment. To accomplish this work please complete the survey above or click here

Join Citizens Health as they hold a virtual Town Hall Meeting for the 2021 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) on Thursday, March 25th, 2021 from 11:30 – 1pm. To register, click here.

We believe in providing exceptional health care for every member of your family at Citizens Health. We deliver quality care close to home, whether you need emergency treatment, specialty care or just a check-up. Our team of physicians and health care professionals will provide you with the highest level of care in the region.

Our doctors, nurses and associates are members of your community. We care for you like we would our own family. It’s what drives us to deliver the best patient experience for you and your loved ones, at every stage of life

COVID-19 Information

Citizens Health & Thomas County Health Department are working on a vaccination distribution plan. To be placed on the list you will need to complete the registration by click HERE. If you need assistance or would like to complete the survey over the phone you can call 785-405-0104 M-F 8am-5pm.

Disclaimer: We are unaware of when or how many vaccines we will receive. Being placed on the list DOES NOT guarantee you will receive a vaccine. Once we receive your registration, you will be placed on a list that will follow the KS Vaccination Phases plan. When it becomes available to you, you will be notified. Please be aware that once you receive the vaccine, you will need to be available 3-4 weeks after to get your second dose. Residents of Thomas County who are 65 & over or patients of Family Center for Health Care (FCHC) who are 65 & over, will be the first to receive the vaccination.  To view the phases, click HERE

Your care team is always here for you. We appreciate you taking restrictions related to the pandemic seriously, but please know, safe, quality healthcare is available to you and your loved ones. As we all work towards a new normal, Citizens Health has developed protocols (mask requirements, screening, etc.) that will help us deliver the health and wellness services our community needs while optimizing safety and minimizing risk for patients and staff.

Citizens Medical Center Visitors

  • • ER/OB 1 visitor per day
  • • Med/Surg Inpatients 1 visitor at a time per patient

Family Center for Health Care 

  • • 1 support person  
  • • The lobby is closed (remain in your vehicle & call 785-462-6184)

COVID-19 Hotline: 785-462-6184 #3

Email: covidquestions@cmciks.com



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