Great care. When you need it, you need it. From ExpressCare to our full service ER that has less waiting, and includes a Level II Trauma Center -- the only one of its kind in Topeka.
BIG HEARTS for little hearts Golf Tournament
The 12th annual BIG HEARTS for little hearts Golf Tournament will be Monday, Sept. 23, 2013 at the Topeka Country Club. Registration deadline is Aug. 6, 2013. For more information contact the Foundation at (785) 354-6851.
Proceeds from the tournament help support important services and programs dedicated to children served by Stormont-Vail HealthCare. Such services include the only Level III Neonatal IntensiveCare unit in the region and the Birthplace where more than 2,200 babies are born every year. Other programs and services include the Breastfeeding Clinic, a 20-bed pediatric unit, the Stork's Cradle Program for at-risk mothers, the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner/Sexual Assault Response Team Program, which treats an average of 50 children every year, and the Child/Adolescent Inpatient Behavioral Medicine Program at Stormont-Vail West.
Taking Care of Yourself When the Heat Goes Up
The hot summer months are upon us. Taking care of yourself, especially young children and the elderly are important in preventing heat stroke. Learn from Stormont-Vail Emergency Department physician Dr. Sartain how to beat the heat on this WIBW-Channel 13 report.
»» View WIBW's Report
Cut Fat. Cut Cancer.
What you eat does affect your health - and research shows a strong link between excess body fat and increased cancer risk. An educational campaign by the Cancer Committee at the Stormont-Vail Cancer Center is addressing this connection. More information about why maintaining a healthy weight is important to protect against cancer is included in the Summer 2013 issue of Healthy Times.
Healthy Times is Stormont-Vail's quarterly community newsletter providing information on health care concerns and issues. For a free subscription, call Health Connections at (785) 354-5225. Click to read it here.
Stormont-Vail HealthCare Annual Report to the Community
Please join us as we review accomplishments of 2012 and our efforts to carry out the Stormont-Vail HealthCare misson of Working together to improve the health of our community. The annual Community Report outlines benefits to the community provided through services and programs, and the Nursing Report showcases milestones reached by the patient care team.
»» View 2012 Annual Report to the Community
»» View 2012 Nursing Annual Report
»» View 2011 Annual Report to the Community
»» View 2011 Nursing Annual Report
Need Urgent Care? After Hours Care?
Stormont-Vail HealthCare provides a variety of levels of care, ranging from routine primary care to emergent hospital care. If a need arises during regular office hours, contact your primary care physician’s office for instructions. If a need is severe, or occurs when your primary care physician is not available, we have three options.
»» Learn more about getting an appropriate level of care now
Stormont-Vail HealthCare Campus Map including all surrounding clinics
»» A convenient map including addresses of the Stormont-Vail HealthCare Campus with all local Cotton-O'Neil and PediatricCare locations.
Pay Your Bill Online!
Stormont-Vail Regional Health Center and Cotton-O’Neil Clinic now have an online bill pay system. Check out our free Online Business Office to pay your bill in a simple, quick and secure way or check your account information.
»» Pay My Bill
Need a doctor?
Stormont-Vail's Health Connections can help you find a doctor accepting new patients. Call (785) 354-5225. Health Connections' representatives are available around-the-clock, every day.
Cotton-O’Neil Clinical Research Center Clinical Trials Now Enrolling