Updated on 4/12/2021 at 4:12 pm

We are taking COVID-19 precautions to ensure overall safety.

Entry Points:

  • Complex main entrance (Open 7a-5p, other than MWF Opening at 5a);
  • Front main hospital entrance (Open 6a-4:30p)
  • Emergency Department / Switchboard entrance (24 hours, but doors will be locked between 11p and 6a and will require being buzzed in.)


  • PRMC Cafeteria is now closed for public dining.

Visitation Policy (4/12/21)

PRMC will allow 2 visitors per patient, at a time, in all departments with the following exceptions.

  • Only 1 visitor per patient in the Family Birth Suites.
  • No visitors that screen positive will be allowed. (All visitors and patients will be screened upon entry following current CMS and CDC guidelines.)
  • No visitors allowed for COVID-19 positive or suspected positive patients.
  • No visitors under the age of 12.

Screening at Entrance: 

  • Reminder all patients and visitors must stop for screening upon entry to our hospital.  Don’t forget mask use is required on the PRMC campus. In order to follow CMS and CDC guidelines, we have enhanced our screening process effective 4/12/21. Please know that our screeners are simply doing their part to keep PRMC ready, safe and open for you!
  • Based on CDC guidance for hospitals, and for the safety of our patients and caregivers any person NOT seeking care today who cannot or refuses to wear a face covering at all times, or has a positive screening will not be permitted to enter. A positive screening includes any of the following: fever, any listed COVID-19 symptoms or if answers exposure questions positively.   Patients seeking care will ALWAYS be allowed in regardless of positive screening.

Cloth Masks:

All employees, visitors, and patients will be asked to wear a mask while in a Pratt Regional Medical Center building or clinic. PRMC is providing a mask to anyone who enters our facility, who does not have one of their own. 

CDC now recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies)  If you have made or would like to make cotton pleated face masks, we are accepting donations at PRMC.  When you have them done, call 620-450-1411 or 620-450-1417 and a staff member will meet you at the shipping dock at PRMC. Stay in your car and they will come meet you!  See the document or video below for further instructions. 

CDC Step by Step for DIY Face Covering (PDF File)

Video of How to Make Your own Face Covering (YouTube Link)

PRMC recommendations when wearing a mask (PDF File)

Elective Surgeries and Procedures:

All surgical patients will be required to have a COVID-19 test prior to surgery. Patient will be required to self-quarantine until surgery date. If patient tests positive, surgery will be delayed, unless urgent/emergent.  PPE will be monitored regularly to ensure we have adequate supplies and COVID testing kits to continue elective cases.

Medical Records:

Requests for records may be sent to our e-mail, by fax at 620-450-1398 or by phone 620-450-1179.

Billing Offices:

  • For Pratt Regional Medical Center bills – 620-450-1146
  • For South Central Kansas Bone and Joint Center bills -  620-450-1808
  • For Pratt Internal Medicine Group, The Surgicenter, Dodge City Clinic Services, or Farmer Clinic Bills – 620-450-6829

Additionally, you can continue to pay by mail, credit/debit card, check or via the portal.  Should you have general questions, or important information you need to relay to our billing staff, please call the appropriate number listed above. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time of uncertainty.

PRMC Clinic Telehealth Visits:

Pratt Internal Medicine Group, PRMC Clinic Services in Dodge City, South Central Kansas Bone and Joint Center, The Surgicenter and Farmer Clinics in St. John and Stafford can use a mobile telehealth platform that keeps your information secure while allowing you to visit your doctor right from your own home or anywhere!  As long as you have a mobile phone that has video and audio capabilities, you or your provider may request a telehealth visit.  Please call the office and schedule as usual (or for appointments already scheduled, the office may be contacting you to switch to a telehealth visit).  We will walk you through the steps to get the process started.