Rawlins County Health Center is proud to provide Atwood and the surrounding communities with access to routine specialty healthcare services. Outreach physicians provide health care services on a monthly basis in several areas.
Available specialty clinic services include but are not limited to:
Coumadin Out-Patient Program
Patients who are taking anticoagulants need to be aware of the potential side-effects that can occur while taking their medications. If not monitored closely, serious side-effects can lead to undesirable complications or conditions. That is why RCHC offers a Coumadin Outpatient Program. The use of Coumadin must be monitored closely to ensure correct dosage and to minimize the risk of bleeding due to excessive blood thinning.
Our clinical nurse will work closely with your physician to ensure that your needs are met. You can also rest easy knowing that skilled medical professionals will always be available to answer your questions.
Rawlins County Health Center offers people with diabetes (PWD) and their families a comprehensive education and treatment program to help them understand the disease process of diabetes. All of these services are provided by RCHC health professionals including a registered nurse/certified diabetes educator, and a registered dietitian/certified diabetes educator. For more information, visit our Diabetic Services page.
Blue Cross / Blue Shield and Medicare approved programs provide education on the basic tools of diabetic care: food, fitness, medications and monitoring.
Health Care Professionals
Meet our Outreach Professionals…
Rawlins County Health Center is proud to introduce our Outreach Health Care Professionals.
Charles Frankum M.D.
Dr. Charles E. Frankum MD is board certified by the American College of Surgery and the American Colon and Rectal Society. He graduated in 2001 from the University of Tennessee’s school of Medicine and moved his family to Denver, Colorado where he operates as the Outreach Surgeon for Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital. His efforts span farther than the city of Denver, reaching patients in 10 community hospital in the plains of Colorado and Kansas. Dr. Frankum strives to help the underserved in these areas and enjoys hunting and time with his wife and three young boys.
Frederick Miller M.D.
Dr. Frederick Miller enjoys creating a positive working atmosphere for treating and seeing patients. He has practiced cardiology for 18 years in Denver and also travels to Rawlins County Health Center in Atwood, Kansas to see patients. Dr. Miller’s specialty area lies in electrophysiology, radiofrequency ablation, implantable cardiac defibrillators, and permanent pacemakers. The appropriate use of electrophysiology identifies health conditions and factors that cause catastrophic health events like abnormal heart rhythms, syncopal episodes (black out spells), and cardiac arrest. Dr. Miller has completed research and has been published in professional journals on this topic.
Dr. Sean Denney
Dr. Sean Denney will be providing Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology services with Platte Valley Medical Group. Dr. Denney is Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease and Nuclear Cardiology.
Dr. Denney received his Doctor of Medicine from Creighton University School of Medicine in 1999. He continued his education and training at Creighton University and was a Categorical Internal Medicine Resident from 1999 to 2002, Chief Resident in Internal Medicine from 2002 to 2003, and completed a three year Cardiovascular Fellowship in June of 2006. He joined Platte Valley Medical Group in Kearney, Nebraska July 1st of 2006.