About us






Mission statement

Superior health care and exceptional service for each person, every time.


To be a vibrant and thriving five-star center for health, serving as our community's first choice for health and wellness. 

Our C.A.R.E. Values

  • Compassion - I will treat everyone with kindness, acceptance, empathy, and understanding. 
  • Accountability - I will be trustworthy, responsible, and dependable while taking ownership of my actions. 
  • Respect - I will value the feelings, wishes, rights, and traditions of everyone without judgment.
  • Excellence - I will strive to understand and exceed the expectations of others. 


Tanner Wealand, Chief Financial Officer and Interim President and CEO
Charity Clark, Chief Operating Officer
Dara Reese, Executive Director of Nursing and Acute Care Services
Melissa Richardson, Executive Director of Human Resources

Hospital Board of Trustees

Abbey Archer-Rierson
Michael Bloustine,M.D.
Lenny Favara
Bill Glazner
Paul Godwin
Dorothy Hughes, PhD.
Tim Karstetter
Chet Lang
Jim Loving
Grace Strella, M.D.
Brandon Stringer, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Paul Taliaferro
Carl Turner, D.O.



Health facilities for McPherson first became a reality in 1898 when Dr. John Crawford Hall established a sanitarium in a nine-room house at 700 South Maple St. Also in that year, he developed a nurse training program, which existed at the McPherson County Hospital until 1934. 

In 1908, Dr. Hall closed his first hospital and in September 1909, a stone brick building on South Main Street was erected through efforts of Dr. Hall and a stock company under a board of directors. As early as 1916 it became apparent that a newer, larger hospital was needed to serve the expanding community, and during that year plans were drawn for a new hospital. Through a subsequent bond issue, a new facility opened in 1921 as McPherson County Hospital.

The structure served the community until 1956, when another bond issue in the amount of $400,000 was granted for modernization and updating of the facility. The hospital expanded in 1963 with the addition of a 52 bed geriatric wing at a cost of $412,000. In 1969, the present McPherson Hospital was erected at a cost of $2.2 million and opened in 1972 as one of the most modern hospitals in this area. On Monday, January 8, 1973, the hospital was sold by the McPherson County Board of County Commissioners to McPherson Hospital, Inc. for $1. On Monday, April 9, 1973, the County Commissioners presented the hospital deed to the McPherson Hospital, Inc. Board of Directors.

In 2003, a new Emergency Department, garage facilities for EMS, Ambulatory Surgery Center, Radiology Department and a main lobby canopy entrance were updated. The 2000's have seen tremendous growth in facilities and services. Over the last several years, additional renovations have included: upgrades to the radiology and lab waiting areas; the construction of a new medical office building; and more recently, upgrade and renaming of the Women's Care and Birth Center; the creation of a Women's Imaging and Diagnostic Center; upgrades to the medical/surgical and ICU units, patient rooms and nurses stations, including the creation of infection control rooms in the ICU; the addition of sleep study rooms; the installation of a permanent MRI, and recent acquisitions of a new CT Scanner and 3D mammography unit. 

Regardless of the changes in the physical appearance and medical capabilities, the continuing mission of McPherson Hospital will remain the same – to meet our community’s needs by providing superior healthcare and exceptional service for each person, every time.