Header Photo  
  

 

   
 

Crosbyton Clinic Hospital was established in 1945 as Crosbyton Co-Operative General Hospital.

In 1947 the current name, Crosbyton Clinic Hospital was chosen, establishing CCH as a Tax-Exempt,

not-for-profit organization.

In 1977 a building was built attached to the hospital to house a physician clinic.  In 2003, the clinic was designated as Rural Health Clinic.  That same year, Crosbyton Clinic Hospital became a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital.

Currently, the Rural Health Clinic Medical Staff includes:

Dr. Steve B. Alley, M.D.

Amanda Cox, F.N.P.

Toni Fife, F.N.P.

Billie Armstrong, F.N.P.

Crosbyton Clinic Hospital provides a twenty-four hour Emergency room service, mobile MRI, mobile echo-cardiology services, mobile dental services, laboratory, rehabilitation therapy, radiology, swing-bed program, Reeves Rhoades Terrace Assisted Living Center and Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

 
About Us
Admissions
Hospital Services
Rural Health Clinic
EMS Ambulance Service
Contact Us
Local Links

Community Health Needs Assessment

Year 2013. Part1   Part2