Republic County Hospital
North Central Kansas Health Care Foundation
Securing Tomorrow’s Health Care “Today”
There are many ways you can assist the NCK Health Care Foundation.
The Foundation is a not-for-profit 501c3 organization and your donations are tax deductible. Gifts of all sizes are encouraged and can be a one-time donation or a monthly contribution. Unrestricted donations are always welcomed, or donors may designate their gift to a specific cause. We recognize all donors in our donor book, and honor those who made donations qualifying for our donors club on our commemorative plaques located in the entrance of the hospital. Memorials and honorariums are also a beautiful way to pay tribute to loved ones and friends. Your contribution, large and small are always welcomed. The Foundation’s goal is to support the overall development, promotion, and improvement of health care services in the county. We hope to provide financial assistance for much needed programs including:
A Letter from the Board
On behalf of the entire board of the North Central Kansas Health Care Foundation, I would like to thank the many individuals and businesses who generously donated to the annual Health Care Foundation Radio-thon. We continue to be amazed by the generosity and support annually on a day when we emphasize raising funds for the Foundation. We are fortunate to have a health care system with such a strong foundation and a community that supports it in so many ways. Although the newly remodeled facility offers many, many benefits, we recognize that what makes our system so great, is clearly the people. We realize that the health care system may face new challenges and changes in the years to come, but our community and the Foundation stands together to face them with great optimism.
A special thank you to KR-92 radio! They offer the Health Care Foundation the opportunity to use their facility for the entire day. Deb, Christine, and Eric are gracious hosts; their support of the annual Radio-thon and countless other community events does not go unnoticed! Again, thank you to everyone who supported the annual Radio-Thon. We not only appreciate the gracious donations that day, but the ongoing support provided by so many people throughout the year and through planned giving and estate bequests. The support of the Foundation will help ensure that our healthcare continues to be the strength of our community for today, tomorrow, and future generations of Republic County.
If you have questions or would like more information on how you can support the NCK Health Care Foundation, click on the FOUNDATION tab of this web page, contact myself, or any Foundation board member.
The mission of Republic County Hospital is to provide quality healthcare and enhance quality of life.
Our strength comes from the commitment and compassion of our healthcare team and the support of our community.
“Our Family Caring for Your Family” is the motto of the Republic County Hospital. We feel this statement speaks to the way we deliver health care to our “Community”.
Our 25-bed critical assess health care facility that includes a Intermediate Swing Bed unit, (ISB) is a not-for-profit facility owned by the citizens of Republic County and operated under lease by Great Plains of Republic County, Inc. Constructed in 1960 with expansion project in 1970, 1980, and 2005, the Republic County Hospital and LTC continues to provide up to date health care services to the area. Customer needs and expectations are addressed through a commitment to continuous quality improvement.
The NCK Health Care Foundation was formed in 1987 by citizens from around the county concerned about a critical shortage of physicians Republic County was facing and the future health care needs of the area. The Foundation’s mission is to ensure the continued success of Republic County Hospital, and to make sure comprehensive health care is available for future generations of residents. The Foundation works side by side with the staff of Republic County Hospital to achieve these goals.
Membership & Recognition
Donor Club Membership:
Jorgensen Scholarship & Application
What is the Peter H. and Nellie T. Jorgensen Scholarship?
Peter H. and Nellie T. Jorgensen held a deep interest and love for the Belleville community. They realized that good health care is a necessity if a community is to remain vital in serving its people. The Jorgensen’s had both been patients in the Republic County Hospital and received excellent care. Their bequest of $124,000 in 1988 to Republic County Hospital was given in gratitude of their success and for the love of their community.
Educational scholarships in Family Health Care are awarded each year by the Jorgensen Scholarship Committee, a Standing Committee of the North Central Kansas Health Care Foundation. This committee selects recipients from among applications according to the criteria listed below.
All scholarships are made to those students that are majoring in some area of the family health care field.
Applicants must furnish evidence of acceptance into their professional school or technical area of training in order to be eligible for the scholarship. (Pre-requisite courses are excluded for this scholarship).
The recipient of the Scholarship must agree to serve in Republic County for a specified period of time after completing the course of studies.
The Jorgensen Committee meets on a quarterly basis on the second Wednesday of the months of: January, April, July, and October at Republic County Hospital. Applications must be received no later than the first Wednesday of the months of: January, April, July, and October. All applicants are required to be interviewed by the committee during their regular meeting. The Jorgensen Committee will make final decision of scholarship winners and the amount of each scholarship. Each scholarship winner will be notified by mail of the amount awarded and the required documentation needed in order to received funds.
For more information about the Peter H. & Nellie T. Jorgensen Scholarship, please contact Karrie Holmes at (785)527-6055
The following information below can be submitted in the following ways by mailing to Karrie Holmes 2420 G St. Belleville KS 66935 or attaching and sending to the following e-mail address click here to attach and e-mail information to Karrie Holmes.
Please attach copies of transcripts from the school that you are presently attending and from colleges, universities, or technical schools that you have previously attended send to Karrie Holmes 2420 G St. Belleville KS 66935 or attach and send to the following e-mail address
Attach a typed letter which summarizes your background, your goals and objectives in health care education, and why you believe that you are qualified to receive a Jorgensen Scholarship.
Request your advisor to send a letter with his/her comments regarding your eligibility, scholastic standing and other information relevant to this application.
Should you need additional information about applying for a Family Health Care Scholarship, you may write to the Chairman of the Jorgensen Scholarship Committee or call (785)527-2255.
PETER H. & NELLIE T. JORGENSEN SCHOLARSHIP
NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS HEALTH CARE FOUNDATION
2420 G STREET
BELLEVILLE, KS 66935
ADDENDUM TO JORGENSEN SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION AND CONTRACT
Your scholarship will be subject to the following conditions:
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