Our Facilities

Front EntryValley County Health System Facilities

Valley County Health System is conveniently located at 2707 L Street in Ord, Nebraska. The Health System includes a new 16-bed Critical Access Hospital, 60-bed licensed Long Term Care and four rural medical clinics located in Ord, Loup City, Burwell and North Loup.

When visiting Valley County Health System as a patient or visitor please enter the hospital’s main entrance to the north and check in at the registration desk. If, at any time, you need help during your visit to Valley County Health System, please stop by the registration desk.

For a map of the new hospital and other information, click here.

Valley View Living Center visitors are encouraged to enter from the Nursing Home main entrance on the west side of the facility located at 220 S. 26th Street.

In 2008, Valley County voters approved a $21.265 million bond issue to construct a new 68,600 square foot hospital facility. Valley View Living Center will remain in the existing building. The new facility opened on October 3, 2010.  To learn more about this project, click here.

Mission

Valley County Health System will provide progressive healthcare services in a healing, patient-centered environment.

Vision

To be the healthcare provider of choice and a symbol of strength, vitality and caring in the region we serve.

Values

Integrity
Compassion
Ownership
Respect
Trust

Associate Recognition

Gold Star Award

Melanie Hansen

Integrity: In September and October, this person was taking on multiple positions. Her plate was extremely full, but she never complained and then was more than willing to help train a person to take over her previous position.

Professionalism: Even doing her job duties, she is always more than willing to help with what is asked of her, and has taken on more roles, all while still asking “How can I help you?” with a smile on her face. If the weather is bad, she comes in early. She is constantly thinking outside the box with how we can best help our residents.

Respect:  She is always willing to listen and give valuable input to resident needs or LTC development.

Compassion:  She is compassionate about her work, residents and families that we care for.  If she ever needs to be in charge, we can trust her to make the right decisions.

Ownership & Communication: She takes her job role very seriously. To ensure our residents receive the best care needed to meet their needs, she is constantly working on care plans and communicating with the resident’s family members.

COMMITTED TO THE TEAM: She is very committed to our team, is a joy to work with, and has been a big help during our transition at VVLC!

 Congratulations, Melanie Hansen!  You are a Gold Shining Star!


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