Rock County Hospital

Phone: (402) 684-3366
Fax:(402) 684-3677

102 East South Street
Bassett, NE 68714

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  • 24 beds licensed by the State of Nebraska, Medicare and Medicaid approved.
  • Skilled and experienced staff, trained to care for all ages of patients.
  • 24-hour Emergency Room available. 
  • Offering 3D tomo mammography.  Contact your medical provider and get your exam today!!

Long Term Care

  • 30 licensed beds, Medicaid approved. 
  • Open dining concept allows residents to choose a very flexible menu and meal time.
  • A full calendar of activities and events.


  • Seeing patients Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Innovative, professional and caring staff providing exceptional healthcare.
  • Accepting new patients.
  • Providing prenatal care up to 30 weeks and well-child care.
  • Financial Assistance Program available to qualifying individuals. 



  • Open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Local delivery available
  • Working as a team with your provider for the best healthcare for you
  • Any prescriber and most insurance plans accepted.  We welcome prescription transfers
  • We are your friendly, reliable, efficient pharmacy team

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Rock County Hospital/Clinic

*Serves all patients

*Has a discounted/sliding fee schedule available based on family size and income

*Will not deny sevices based on a person's:

     Race               Age                        Gender Identity

   Color               National Origin       Sexual Orientation

   Sex                 Disability                 Inability to Pay


*We accept insurance, including:



Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)




NCDHD COVID-19 Updates

Public Service Announcement

North Central District Health Department (NCDHD) has been made aware of 195 new COVID-19 cases in the district since last reporting period on 11/22/2021.


CDC Statement on B.1.1.529 Omicron variant:


On November 26, 2021, the World Health Organization (WHO) classified a new variant, B.1.1.529, as a Variant of Concern and has named it Omicron. No cases of this variant have been identified in the U.S. to date. CDC is following the details of this new variant, first reported to the WHO by South Africa. We are grateful to the South African government and its scientists who have openly communicated with the global scientific community and continue to share information about this variant with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and CDC. We are working with other U.S. and global public health and industry partners to learn more about this variant, as we continue to monitor its path.


The full CDC Statement on the B.1.1.529 Omicron variant can be found at


Need a COVID-19 test? Cherry County Hospital is offering FREE rapid COVID-19 testing. This service will be regularly offered Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 2p-3p. To register, a patient should call Cherry County Hospital 402-376-2525 or Cherry County Clinic 402-376-3770 and press pound to be connected to the registration voicemail. Cut off for registration is 12pm the day of testing. 


Everyone ages 18 and older can get a COVID-19 booster shot. To be eligible after the Pfizer or Moderna primary 2-dose series, an individual needs to wait at least 6 months after completion of the second vaccine dose. To be eligible after a Janssen J&J dose, an individual needs to wait at least 2 months after the shot.

Persons may choose to receive any authorized or approved vaccine booster dose currently available, Moderna, Pfizer or Janssen (Johnson & Johnson), regardless of which primary series they received.


Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines have been approved for children aged 5-11 years old. NCDHD will be offering these at NCDHD sponsored vaccine clinics. Important things to note about the 5–11-year-old Pfizer vaccines:

·         A 2nd dose is required 21-42 days after first dose to attain maximum immunity.

·         NCDHD will REQUIRE children under 12 years of age to have a parent, guardian, or other trusted family member/friend over age 19 accompany them at clinic.

·         A parent or guardian must sign the child’s vaccination form.


NCDHD has the following clinic times available for walk-ins during the noted times below. If you already have a scheduled appointment time for a clinic on this list, please arrive at that scheduled time.


NCDHD Sponsored Clinics

Week of Dec 7-Dec 13 2021

** Valentine Mid-Plains College


1 p-5 p


# Butte Community Center


2 p-5 p


# NCDHD Office-422 E. Douglas St. O'Neill


9 a-4 p



#  indicates NCDHD will be offering COVID, flu, Tdap, Pneumonia, and Shingles vaccines.

** indicates the time and/or location has changed since last reporting.


NCDHD Area Clinics

Week of Dec 7-Dec 13 2021

Greater Sandhills Family Healthcare-Atkinson


9 a-11:30 a,   1 p-4:30 p


Avera Creighton Hospital-call 402-358-5700 for registration

Pediatric Pfizer

3:30 p-4:30 p


Greater Sandhills Family Healthcare-Atkinson

Pfizer-5 to 11 year olds only

9 a-11:30 a,   1 p-4:15 p


Greater Sandhills Family Healthcare-Bassett

Pfizer-5 to 11 year olds only

9 a-11:30 a,   1 p-4:30 p


** Cherry Co. Hospital-Specialty Clinic call 402-376-2525, ext 351 for an appointment


11 a-12:30 p


Plainview Family Pharmacy


10 a-2 p



** indicates clinics to call ahead or schedule online.


Vaccine by the numbers from all sources including Federal reporting: Bureau of Prisons (BOP), Department of Defense (DOD), Indian Health Service (IHS) and Veterans Health Administration (VHA)

  • total doses administered: 44,424
  • fully vaccinated: 24,202
  • partially vaccinate: 4,340
  • 16+ vaccinated: 67.4%
  • Total NCDHD district population vaccinated: 54.3%


Updated recoveries from the last 7 days will not be reported today. Recoveries will instead be updated tomorrow, November 30th. Case count update as of 11/29/2021 at 3:00 PM: 6,748 Total Cases (TC), 5,828 Recoveries (R), and 91 Deaths (D). There have been 419 total cases reported in the last 14 days.

Case count update for the last 7 days: 195 Cases (C), 1 Deaths (D).


If interested in county-level data, the CDC has data available at or on the DHSS website