Please use this color-coded map for reference to Memorial Hospital entrances. The main hospital entrance should be used for inpatient and outpatient scheduling and registration with the exception of walk-in emergency services. Wheelchairs are available inside our main entrance for anyone who has trouble walking.
Patients visiting Comprehensive Pain Solutions or the ROSE Unit may choose to park on the north side of the complex and enter through the North Entrance door.
Memorial Hospital is a non-smoking public facility, in accordance with state law. Patients and visitors are asked not to smoke in the hospital or on hospital grounds.
Memorial Hospital Facility Map
Memorial Hospital is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital in Abilene, Kansas. It operates as an affiliate of Memorial Health System, a non-profit organization governed by a locally elected five-member board of directors.
The original hospital building was built in 1922. Renovations and additions completed in 1949, 1964, 1982, and 1992 enabled Memorial Hospital to continue to serve the Dickinson County area with the highest quality health care.
In May 2013, Memorial Hospital moved into a newly constructed hospital adjacent to the former hospital building. A two-year renovation project was then undertaken in the original hospital to create a medical office building which houses a physician clinic, therapy clinics, and support services. This progressive $25 million construction and renovation project was undertaken by the Memorial Health System Board of Directors to ensure the continued availability of quality health care into the future.