Our Community

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Welcome to Ord!

Valley County Health System is located in an attractive, progressive, rural community located in Central Nebraska. Ord combines the warmth of small-town charm with a large selection of local businesses and services found in larger communities.

The community of Ord continues to grow and improve because of diligent work by community and business leaders to make positive changes and expand business and community development.

Valley County Health System is proud to house medical clinics in four central Nebraska communities. In addition to a clinic in Ord, we also have clinics in Loup City, Burwell and North Loup. Each of these communities has their own annual event and small town atmosphere.

Ord
www.ordnebraska.com

www.knlvradio.com
www.ordquiz.com

Arcadia
www.arcadiane.com

Burwell
www.burwellnebraska.net

www.visitburwell.org
www.tribune2000.com

Ericson
www.lakeericson.com

Loup City
www.loupcity.org

www.loupcity.com

North Loup
www.happyjackchalkmine.com

Garfield County
www.garfieldcounty.ne.gov/

Sherman County
www.co.sherman.ne.us/

Valley County
www.visitvalleycounty.com

www.co.valley.ne.us/
www.visitloupvalley.com

Photo courtesy of the Ord Area Chamber of Commerce.

Associate Recognition

Gold Star Award

Bobbie Hill

Bobbie Hill always has a smile on her face and greets everyone she meets.  Bobbie is always willing to go the extra mile to help you whenever necessary!  If she can’t find something you need she will look at every web site until she does.  

Bobbie is so kind hearted and always chips in and does whatever needs to be done.   Bobbie is so good at keeping every department stocked and organized which is no small task in this facility.

Bobbie exemplifies ownership by taking a variety tasks.  She shows compassion to co-associates and patients.  She has the highest integrity and you know you can trust Bobbie to get the job done.

 

Thank you Bobbie for everything that you do!!!!

 

 


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