Ascension Via Christi Hospital in Pittsburg’s mission of care began in 1903, when the Sisters of St. Joseph founded Mt. Carmel Hospital.
We're committed to our mission of serving as a healing presence with special concern for our neighbors who are vulnerable.
Among our hospital's features are:
Ascension Via Christi Hospital in Pittsburg is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and holds memberships in the American Hospital Association, the Kansas Hospital Association and the Catholic Health Association. Our hospital is currently training associates for our hospital to become a High Reliability Organization to increase safety for patients, visitors and employees.
Quality measure data for Ascension Via Christi Hospital may be found at the Hospital Compare website. Soon, Ascension Via Christi Hospital will also be voluntarily reporting safety data to the Leapfrog Group.
Ascension Via Christi serves patients with orthopedic injuries and conditions, including those affecting the bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves. Our board-certified physician also provides care in an outpatient clinic setting, including comprehensive services for inpatient and outpatient physical rehabilitation.
Orthopedic services at Ascension Via Christi Hospital:
If you'd like to help support new and growing healthcare services at Ascension Via Christi in Pittsburg, please consider donating to the Mount Carmel Foundation.