Newton area has access to full medical, dental and rehabilitative services and enjoys the third highest physician/resident ration in the state! Newton Medical Center is a state-of-the-art facility at the south edge of town, offering a wide range of short-term and acute care as well as highly specialized procedures including MRI’s and CT Scans. Having a first rate medical facility in your backyard provides security and peace-of-mind to residents of a small town. Three additional medical clinics are located within the community to include Axtell Clinic, Newton Professional Group Center and Via Christi Clinic. There is a cancer treatment facility on the hospital campus as well as a kidney dialysis center and renal treatment specialists close by.
Prairie View, with corporate headquarters located in Newton, offers a complete range of psychiatric and drug and alcohol abuse services for children, adolescents, adults and older adults. Mirror, Inc., a private not-for-profit corporation, provides alcohol and drug abuse services at the Intermediate, Reintegration, Relapse, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient Counseling and Continuing Care Counseling levels. ResCare of Kansas Inc. has a fifty year history of supporting individuals with developmental disabilities and provides a wide array of quality services.
Newton Medical Center is a 103-bed, not-for-profit facility dedicated to providing health care services to residents of Harvey and surrounding counties. Formed in 1988, Newton Medical Center has evolved from an established tradition of excellence.
More than a century ago, Dr. John T. and Lucena Axtell founded Newton’s first hospital, Axtell Hospital. For four decades, the Axtells served the community until they passed on the hospital to the Kansas Christian Missionary Society. At that time, the name was changed to Axtell Christian Hospital, a Christian Church/Disciples of Christ organization.
At the turn of the century, Reverend David Goerz and Sister Frieda Kaufman founded Bethel Deaconess Hospital as a mission of the Mennonite Church. Mennonite deaconesses remained involved with the hospital’s operations until 1983. On Jan. 1, 1988, the two hospitals merged to become Newton Medical Center.
Mission: To excel in providing healthcare by understanding and responding to the individual needs of those we serve.
Vision: To be the community’s choice for healthcare.
Values: Respect. Excellence. Service. Trust.
Situated just off the beaten path, yet close enough to the conveniences of the city, Prairie View’s accredited campus in Newton, Kansas, boasts of nearly 80 acres of natural Kansas plain. A number of evidence-based mental health services are provided, including hospitalization, outpatient services, a community support program, an adventure course, an accredited special purpose school and more.
Prairie View’s additional outpatient locations in Hillsboro, McPherson and Wichita provide services to children, adolescents, adults and older adults for a complete range of behavioral and mental health issues including, depression, anxiety, stress, anger, dementia, sexuality related issues, grief, cognitive disorders, alcohol and substance abuse issues, family and marriage issues and more.
Prairie View is accredited by The Joint Commission and licensed by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services. Prairie View is also a member of Mennonite Health Services, an organization that brings Anabaptist-related health and human service providers together.
Advanced Physical Therapy of Newton
Associates in Women’s Health, P.A.
Baier Family Optometry
Thomas Bette, DDS
Cancer Center of Kansas
Central Care Cancer Center, P.A.
Davidson, Terry D.D.S.
Hendrickson Chiropractic & Health Ctr, PA
Grant, McKinney, & Simmonds Optometrists, LLC
Gust Orthodontics, P.A.
Harvey County Health Department
Health Ministries Clinic
Integrity Medicine, LLC
Lentz Eye Care & Associates
Newton Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
Pinnacle Rehabilitation and Sports Performance
Roufs DDS, Dr. Brett A.
Tippin Dental Group