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508 Washington Street, Cedar Vale, KS 67024
Call: 620-758-2221
200 N. Plum Street, Moline, KS 67353
Call: 620-647-8109
204 N. Main Street, Dexter, KS 67038
Call: 620-876-5863
300 North Street, Sedan, KS 67361
Call: 620-725-3818
1230 E. 6th Ave. Suite 1B, Winfield, KS
Call: 620-221-4000
1700 E 9th Ave, Winfield, KS 67156
Call: 620-221-0110
1230 E. 6th Ave. Suite 1A, Winfield, KS
Call: 620-402-6699
1300 E. Fifth Ave., Winfield, KS 67156
Call: 620-221-2300

Quality Care & Patient Safety

William Newton Hospital strives to provide the highest quality of care and customer service. Continuous monitoring of customer comments and awareness of changing standards of care provides WNH with the information necessary to evaluate current practice and make appropriate changes. WNH regularly reports quality data to the following organizations for public reporting purposes.

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Firearms Prohibited in Hospital Buildings

The Personal and Family Protection Act of 2006 permits anyone who can meet licensing requirements to lawfully carry a concealed weapon anywhere in Kansas. The state began issuing licenses to carry concealed weapons on January 3, 2007. As part of the legislation businesses have the right to determine whether or not they will permit concealed weapons to be carried on their premises.

William Newton Hospital has elected to ban all firearms, whether concealed or not, from all buildings on the hospital campus and all off-site buildings operated by WNH. These include the main hospital building, Winfield Healthcare Center, Physicians Pavilion, Winfield Dialysis Center and WNH rural health clinics located in Dexter, Moline, Cedar Vale and Sedan.

The policy applies to all firearms, whether concealed or not, and all persons entering a WNH operated building with the exception of on-duty law enforcement officers. The policy does not prohibit firearms from being stored in parked vehicles if in accordance with Kansas law.

Having a good policy and process on weapons is just one small part of our commitment to the safety of our patients, guests, medical staff and employees. Most Kansas hospitals and many other businesses have adopted or are considering similar policies.

Signs are posted at all building entrances and employees instructed on how to respectfully enforce the policy. The WNH Administration and Board of Trustees would like to thank all citizens for their cooperation with this policy.


We want to hear about your experience. To provide feedback or file a grievance, please contact our Quality Improvement Manager by phone at 620-222-6225 or by email.

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