Artesian Valley Health System is located in Meade, Kansas, and is comprised of a 20-bed critical access hospital, a 45-bed long-term care center, and three rural health clinics. AVHS provides comprehensive patient-focused care in a variety of settings, delivered by skilled medical professionals. Our not-for-profit status ensures that all financial resources remaining after expenses are re-invested in the system to improve technology, the facilities, and patient services.
Artesian Valley Health System is excited to welcome Dr. Patricia Miller, D.O. to our surgical team. Dr. Miller is a board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist, surgeon, and fertility specialist. Dr. Miller provides a wide variety of gynecological and surgical services to the women of Southwest Kansas. Dr. Miller’s specializes in procedures like Diagnostic & Operative Laparoscopy, Prophylactic Removal of Ovaries, Hysterectomy, Tubal Ligation, Cervical LEEP Excision or Conization, Novasure Endometrial Ablation, Female Incontinence Surgery, Endometriosis Surgery, Routine Vulvar Surgery, and D&C. Dr. Miller will also be seeing patients for well-woman and establishment of care exams. If you’re in need of quality women’s healthcare, there’s no need to travel to a big city, you can get excellent care right here in our community. To become a patient of Dr. Miller’s or learn more, call Meade District Hospital today at (620) 873-2141.
Pulmonary rehabilitation is a supervised program that includes exercise training, disease, and medication education, and breathing techniques for individuals who have certain lung conditions that prevent them from doing daily living activities. Pulmonary rehabilitation will help you manage your disease, increase your stamina, and decrease your breathlessness. At Meade District Hospital, our Pulmonary Rehabilitation Director will educate you on how to pace your breathing with activities and prepare an exercise program just for you. The exercises will begin at a level that you can handle. The amount of time you exercise will be increased through time and the level of difficulty will change based on your ability. As your muscles get stronger, you will exercise longer with less breathlessness and exhaustion.