1940’s – Henderson Community Hospital and Nursing Home was created by members of the Henderson Commercial Club.
July 1950 – The first hospital was dedicated.
January 1961 – The original nursing home was dedicated.
April 1969 – A 21-bed addition to the nursing home was opened.
November 1974 – The present hospital building was built and dedicated.
June 1975 – The laundry wing was completed after the removal of the old hospital building.
March 1993 – The hospital Board of Directors approved the purchase of the Henderson Family Care, medical clinic.
September 1994 – At the annual corporation meeting, the facility’s name was changed to Henderson Health Care Services, Inc.
November 1995 – The Henderson Health Care Foundation is incorporated.
December 1997 – The independent living units, Prairie Garden, opened for occupancy.
February 1999 – The Henderson Family Clinic was relocated into the hospital.
October 1999 – The assisted living unit, Rosewood Court, opened.
March 2003 – The newly constructed physician’s clinic was completed, Henderson Family Care.
November 2004 – The Wellness Center exercise facility and Physical Therapy department opened.
September 2005 – Sutton Family Practice opened.
November 2008 – Groundbreaking of Hospital Expansion Project.
January 2010 – Construction on Hospital Expansion Project was complete with the addition of three new patient rooms; a labor and delivery suite and a new emergency room.
November 2015 – Construction was completed on the new Sutton Family Practice at 208 N French in Sutton, NE.
June 2018 – Groundbreaking of the new Long Term Care Facility, Legacy Square.
July 2019 – Legacy Square is completed and residents begin to move in.
March 2021 - Groundbreaking of the Hospital/Surgery Expansion & Renovation Project
“My husband and I were passing though on our way east to see family when my appendix ruptured. Luckily the hospital was a few miles away from our campground. The staff was very caring and attentive. I feel very fortunate that we were so close to this small, but wonderful hospital.”