LARNED — After a five-year partnership, Pawnee Valley Neighborhood Hospital and the College of Kansas Well being System might be working independently, in response to a launch by Pawnee Valley Neighborhood Hospital final week.
The separation from College of Kansas Well being System additionally contains HaysMed, which is a managing companion of Pawnee Valley Neighborhood Hospital.
“That is a enterprise story the place these hospitals got here along with the identical imaginative and prescient and 5 years later all events have determined to pursue the targets of entry to reasonably priced well being care individually,” mentioned Jill Chadwick, director of Media Relations for College of Kansas Well being System.
Chadwick mentioned all amenities in Nice Bend, together with the hospital, St. Rose Medical Pavilion, and the household drugs follow on Polk Avenue, will stay a part of The College of Kansas Well being System. “The authorized settlement ending is just between the well being system and HaysMed/Pawnee Valley Campus,” she mentioned.
The transition will take a number of months to finish and, till then, HaysMed and Pawnee Valley Neighborhood Hospital will stay a part of the system.
The change in relationship is just not anticipated to have an effect on sufferers, affected person care, workers, amenities and the native communities.