Ogallala Community Hospital

At Ogallala Community Hospital, the singular reason we are here each day is to give excellent care to you and your family. Each member of our staff is committed to providing the highest quality of care and patient safety teamed with the latest medical technology. Our expert clinical hospital staff provides personal care that is compassionate and respectful of patients and their families right here in your hometown.

2601 N Spruce St
Ogallala, NE 69153

Services At This Location

Patients and Visitors

Visiting Ogallala Community Hospital

We are proud to offer the latest technological advances in medicine, so that residents can receive high quality care without leaving their hometown. Our team will work closely with you and with one another to ensure that your comfort, safety and medical care exceed your expectations in every possible way. We encourage patients and families to be involved in all aspects of your care and treatment.

Visiting Hours

Our visiting hours are flexible to ensure our patients have the family and support they need during their care. Visitors are asked to use the Emergency Department entrance after hours.

Guest Wireless

We are pleased to offer guest wireless services.


A dining hall is available as well as vending machines.

About Us

Ogallala Community Hospital combines tradition and technology to provide excellent patient care for or patients. Founded in 1952, our trusted community care and critical access hospital strives to meet the health care needs of western Nebraska and is dedicated to supporting our patients’ physical, emotional and mental well-being. We are an 18-bed critical access hospital and it one of the county's largest employers.

We are proud to be named a Top 100 out of more than 1,300 critical access hospitals in the country.

For the second year in a row, the facility scored in the Top 100 of Critical Access Hospitals on the iVantage Hospital Strength INDEX™. The results recognize that the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals provide a safety net to communities across rural America – measuring them across 66 different performance metrics, including quality, outcomes, patient perspective, affordability, population risk and efficiency.