A Tradition of Excellence
With a tradition of serving the residents of south-central South Dakota and north-central Nebraska for over 65 years, Winner Regional is proud of its role as the region’s primary healthcare provider. While continuing to offer services both patients and residents have grown to rely on, Winner Regional also places a strong emphasis on the expansion of its services to address the ever changing healthcare needs of those in our area. Through such comprehensive offerings, Winner Regional Healthcare Center is as committed as ever to providing compassionate, quality care, right here close to home.
“As the demographics of a community evolve, so do their healthcare needs. That’s why we are always trying to adjust our offerings to best meet the needs of our patients,”
– Kevin Coffey, CEO
Locally Owned and Operated
A local, nine person volunteer Board of Directors is responsible for overseeing and managing the strategic direction of Winner Regional Health. Each year, the Board chooses three candidates from our local communities to serve three-year terms on the Governing Board. While still locally owned and operated, an agreement with Sanford Health aides the organization with purchasing, training, technology and administration.
As a strong community partner, Winner Regional is committed to providing quality employment opportunities and purchasing local goods whenever possible. Our dedicated staff is comprised of local residents from our communities, contributing significantly to our local economy.
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about Winner Regional Health. We always welcome your questions and feedback. Please feel free to contact our Patient Satisfaction Line at (605) 842-7184 or email us at [email protected] anytime. Thank you for entrusting us with your healthcare.
Note that as of January 1, 2019, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services are requiring hospitals to post their “current standard charges.”
Standard charges are the amounts a hospital bills patients and/or insurance companies for the services and procedures performed. However for most patients, hospitals are paid at a level well below standard charges.
Patients covered by commercial insurance companies have negotiated payment rates with hospitals. Patients covered by Medicare or Medicaid programs have payment rates determined by federal and state governments. Patients eligible for financial assistance will also receive lower rates than the standard charges. These payment rates are much lower than standard charges. In non-emergency situations, patients should contact their insurance company to understand the medical costs that they will be responsible to pay.
You can view a list of our current standard charges.