Phillips County Hospital

The Phillips County Hospital and Family Health Clinic is dedicated to providing quality essential medical services. Our campus includes departments which enable professional, competent personnel to provide the continuum of care for patients in need of medical assistance.

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Family Health Clinic

Our rural Family Health Clinic provides primary care services to the residents of Malta, Phillips County and the surrounding areas. Our medical providers are committed to providing patients with the best quality medical care.

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Home and Community Based Services

We offer a broad range of in-home and community-based care services designed to provide access for individuals on their own terms.

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Phillips County Hospital Receives $400,000 Grant for Cutting-Edge Diagnostic Tool from Helmsley Charitable Trust


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Phillips County Hospital and Family Health Clinic will not discriminate against any patient based on race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability in its health programs and activities.




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Community Health Information

1.  Virus vs. Bacteri



  • Lock Your Meds – to limit access
  • Dispose of your medications properly – PC Sheriff’s Office has a box

3. TAKE Action – Against Un-intentional Poisoning


       What should I do?  - Follow these basics steps at the first sign of a poisoning:


  • The person inhaled poison
  • Get to fresh air right away


  • The person has poison on the skin
  • Take off any clothing the poison touched
  • Rinse skin with running water, 15-20 minutes
  • The person has poison in the eyes
  • Rinse eyes with running water, 15-20 minutes


  • Keep emergency numbers near the phone. When you call Poison Help, or
    9-1-1, by ready to give as much specific information you can.
  • It is best to have the actual container of the product you think caused the poisoning right with you.


  • Call Poison Help (1-800-222-1222)


These links may also be helpful


  • National Immunization Awareness Month


  • Men’s Health


  • Women’s Health


Please see your healthcare Practitioner and get scheduled to have your Prostrate or Breast screening done

Please visit us at

  1. TAKE Action – Against Un-intentional Poisoning