Kosciusko Community Hospital (KCH)
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Opened in 1976, Kosciusko Community Hospital is a 72-bed acute care facility conveniently located two blocks off U.S. 30 in Warsaw, Indiana. The 30-acre campus is centralized in "the Orthopaedic Capital of the World" and offers the KCH Cancer Care Center, providing radiation and medical oncology; MedStat Urgent Care and Occupational Health; KCH Health & Wellness center; two surgical specialty offices; pediatric specialty care; three family healthcare offices and other independent specialty healthcare services. One orthopaedic specialty office and eight outlying family practice offices are also KCH affiliated. KCH provides an experienced medical staff including 71 active medical staff and 100 courtesy medical staff members comprised of family practice physicians and specialists.
2101 E. DuBois Drive
KCH's laboratory is accredited by The Joint Commission.
KCH is accredited by The Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care as a Chest Pain Center.
KCH is accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer as a Cancer Care Center.
KCH is accredited by the American College of Radiology in Mammography and Ultrasound.