Sen. Marshall Announces $26 Million in Funding for Ellinwood Hospital
(Ellinwood, KS, November 10, 2022) – U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. today announced a loan and grant valued at $26 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) for Ellinwood Hospital to be used to construct a critical access, 45,000 square foot, hospital and medical clinic in Ellinwood. This funding will provide a surgery suite, outpatient clinic services, radiology, and physical therapy, among others.
“It is absolutely wonderful to see the USDA Rural Development funding come to fruition for this critical access hospital and rural health clinic project. The Ellinwood hospital administration and local leadership shared a long-term vision not only to preserve access to quality healthcare in their community, but to expand and offer additional high-quality healthcare services to their patients,” said Senator Marshall. “As a physician who served in Barton County for decades, I applaud this team who worked hard to design and finance this new construction that will serve Ellinwood and the surrounding communities well into the future.”
Ellinwood hospital CEO Kile Magner said, “We appreciate the efforts that Senator Marshall took on our behalf to help with this process. The positive impact the new hospital and clinic will have on the Ellinwood community and surrounding area for generations to come is undeniable and Senator Marshall played a large role in helping us to accomplish this.”