Limestone Medical Center

About LMC

Limestone Medical Center (LMC) in Groesbeck, Texas, near Mexia, Texas, is a brand new 20-bed Critical Access Hospital with a 5 bed emergency room offering convenient access, located directly off of HWY 14.  Accredited as a Level IV Trauma Center by the Department of State Health Services. LMC proudly serves the citizens of Limestone County, Freestone County Hill County, also, Leon County, Robertson County, and Navarro County. The hospital is situated on a beautiful campus and is open to all communities. We currently serve many communities including, Groesbeck, Mexia, Kosse, Bremond, Thornton and many others.

Limestone Medical Center and Family Medicine Center strives to bring the best in patient care and services to those we serve.
We are very proud of our network of high quality physicians, medical staff, and employees as well as our new state-of -the-art clinical equipment. With items such as our new Digital CT Scan, Digital Radiography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging, and the PACS System, we can now integrate cutting edge technology once only available at larger hospitals, to bring you the health care you deserve.
Accreditations: Level IV Trauma Center, Stroke Resource Center (Newly designated, the only in our area.) Medicare Accredited

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We are pleased you have chosen Limestone Medical Center (LMC) as your health care team. Since its beginning in 1973, LMC has been committed to providing the highest level of service and care to Limestone and the surrounding counties.

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Limestone Medical Center Recognized for High-Quality Care

Local Hospital Receives TMF Hospital Quality Improvement Award
Groesbeck Texas (April 24, 2019) – Limestone Medical Center has received the TMF Hospital Quality Improvement Silver Award from TMF® Health Quality Institute. The TMF Hospital Quality Improvement Award program is sponsored by TMF, the Arkansas Hospital Association, Oklahoma Hospital Association, Oklahoma State Office of Rural Health, Texas Hospital Association and Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals. It recognizes hospitals in Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas that have undertaken quality initiatives to improve outcomes in patient care and improve their performance on specific national quality measures. This program was established in 2004 as a non-competitive recognition program designed to identify exemplary outcomes achieved by hospitals.

The 2018 TMF Hospital Quality Improvement Award program is based on achievements in 2016 and 2017. It honors hospitals that are performing quality initiatives aimed at improving outcomes in patient care by recognizing those hospitals that have improved their performance on specific national quality measures.

“We are proud to have achieved this recognition. Our success illustrates our commitment to patient safety and to delivering quality health care,” said Larry Price, Chief Executive Officer. “It was a significant amount of work, but well worth it because it was the right thing to do for our patients.”

Out of 557 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS or Acute Care) Hospitals and 188 Critical Access Hospitals (CAH), 51 earned the TMF Hospital Quality Improvement Gold Award. The Silver Award went to 50 hospitals, and 51 hospitals earned the Bronze Award.

“TMF is proud to recognize these hospitals for promoting quality improvement activities and their senior management for promoting a quality culture,” said Tom Manley, CEO of TMF Health Quality Institute. “Quality improvement is a complex and demanding process, and we thank Limestone Medical Center for their commitment to improving the health of patients and the efficiency of health care.”

“Proven standards of care can save lives,” said Price. “We will continue to enhance our quality improvement efforts through our collaboration with partners and with TMF Health Quality Institute to ensure that every person gets the right care at the right time, every time.”

Critical Access Hospitals or IPPS Hospitals Ineligible for VBP

The evaluation for IPPS hospitals not eligible for VBP was based on the Inpatient Quality Reporting (IQR), as well as Outpatient Quality Reporting (OQR) measures and readmission rates.

Silver Award winners had to report at least one measure set for both IQR and OQR programs during the hospital award measurement period (Q2 2016 through Q3 2017) and attain a 15-percent relative improvement from baseline to re-measurement period for readmissions, or an absolute readmissions rate of 5 percent or less.

For more information on the awards program, see the TMF Health Quality Institute awards website at https://award.tmf.org.

Channel 25 interview with Dr. Yerger

Dennis Turner, Anchor/Reporter with Central Texas News Now Channel 25 interviewed our own, Dr. Kody Yerger on the importance of vaccinations.

Colon Cancer Awareness Month!

Love your colon! March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, Call LMC Specialty Clinic to schedule this life saving screening today. 254-729-3281 ext:2320.

 

Kosse Community Health Clinic

Limestone Medical Center Board of Directors, Administration and Staff are very excited about the groundbreaking for the Kosse Community Health Clinic a Limestone Medical Center Clinic. The Hospital has been very supportive of the City of Kosse and the City’s submission of a Texas Community Development Block Grant Program application for a Community Enhancement Fund grant to construct this clinic. The groundbreaking for the clinic that will be located at 206 N. Narcissus in Kosse was a big celebration of this partnership to benefit our communities.

Limestone Medical Center
701 McClintic Drive Groesbeck, TX 76642