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508 Washington Street, Cedar Vale, KS 67024
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1700 E 9th Ave, Winfield, KS 67156
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The Second Century Campaign

William Newton Hospital is a hospital that was made possible ‘by the people’ who understood the important role it plays for a sustainable and robust community. Throughout its first century, our hospital’s identity is ‘of the people,’ who have served, been served, and supported its mission. Together, we have created a hospital that will be ‘for the people’ by ensuring it meets the growing demands of the increased number of patients served.

The Second Century Campaign, initiated in 2017, reflects on 90+ years of Hospital history and prepares for another 100 years of service. The campaign supports William Newton Hospital’s long-term plan to expand facilities, meeting demands for access to healthcare in Cowley County and neighboring regions. 

The Hospital will leverage the philanthropic support generated by the campaign to recruit and retain skilled physicians and expand the types of services necessary to provide modern and preferred quality healthcare.

Digital drawing of proposed addition of the inside of William Newton Hospital

Digital drawing of proposed addition of the outside of William Newton Hospital

Tell your story

Board members shoveling dirt into a new construction project

Co-Chairs of the Second Century Campaign

Photo of Steve McSpadden Co-Chair of the Second Century Campaign

Steve McSpadden
Phase 1

Photo of Paula Radcliff Co-Chair of the Second Century Campaign

Paula Radcliff
Phase 1 & 2

Photo of Melanie Burnett Co-Chair of the Second Century Campaign

Melanie Burnett
Phase 2

Join us in supporting quality local healthcare

Proud Of Our Past

William Newton Hospital in Winfield opened in 1927 thanks to a generous gift from William and Mary Virginia Newton. Read how our not-for-profit general community hospital has become a leader in healthcare, meeting the needs of citizens.

- Be Part of WNH's History

Preparing For The Future

See the case for philanthropic support of the expansion of the surgical department and advancement of the master facility plan. Please note: this plan was published at the beginning of the campaign and has not yet been updated to reflect changes post-pandemic.

- View the Case Statement

Renewing Appreciation

A gift of $500,000 provided by Winfield Economic Development group (WED) will be used as a matching gift to challenge corporations to follow their lead and to invest in our community through the Second Century Campaign.

- Learn About Corporate Giving

One little drop doesn't do much, but a little drop from many makes a bucket full. Small or large, every drop counts. Whether it's a monetary donation or planned estate gift, every drop counts towards ensuring our community has access to care for generations to come.

If you would like to give a gift towards the Second Century Campaign, contact our Foundation office at 620.222.6275 or by email.

Phase 1: Surgery Center Expansion

Phase 1 was completed in early 2020, just before the COVID-19 pandemic hit our area. The H. L. Snyder Medical Foundation Surgery Center namesake symbolizes a dedication to healthcare excellence and gratitude for the generosity of the H. L. Snyder Medical Foundation. The surgery center is located on the first floor of the hospital. It includes four operating rooms, an orthopedic surgery suite, pre/post operative care, a cardiovascular catheterization lab, two waiting rooms, two consult rooms, and a chapel.

Learn more about the surgery center

Phase 1 recap

Hear from a few of our campaign stakeholders as they share what it means to be part of the Second Century Campaign and what it will bring to the community.

Phase 2: Emergency Department Expansion 

Although it is not yet in its public phase, planning for Phase 2 is underway. Phase 2 will expand and upgrade WNH’s emergency department. Plans include a separate emergency entrance, private rooms, easier access to updated equipment, and a break room and updated nurses station for staff. WNH employees have already begun supporting the emergency department expansion financially, raising over $99,000 to date. 

Next steps: Architects will be chosen for the emergency department expansion and will work closely with ER staff to develop an improved experience for all staff, patients, and visitors. 

In the meantime, the Beats Go On community wellness initiative has begun as a way to engage with the community and provide education on our area’s biggest health concerns. 

Join the Beats!