About Nocona Hospital
On March 23, 1967, the City
Council of the City of Nocona approved an
ordinance to establish a Hospital Authority. After
much time, research and consideration, in January
1971, the Authority decided that area residents
could best be served by creation of the Nocona
Hospital District to include both the Nocona and
Prairie Valley Texas School Districts, and such
Hospital District was created by August 1971.
Construction of the hospital began in November
1972 and was completed in early 1974. Nocona
General Hospital (NGH) began operations on April
15, 1974, with the admission of the first patient.
Since that time, NGH has served Montague County
with perseverance and pride. NGH is licensed for
38 beds and is located at 100 Park Road, Nocona,
TX, which is a small, rural community in north
Texas with a population averaging 3,000 citizens.
NGH is staffed with
dedicated and highly trained personnel who
make it their priority to give the best care
possible to each patient that comes through
the doors. The focus of care at NGH is primary
care for people of all ages, and offers a wide
variety of medical services such as: family
practice, surgery, radiology, pediatrics,
special care unit, respiratory therapy,
physical therapy, cardio-pulmonary
rehabilitation, wellness center, swingbed,
outpatient, laboratory, home health, urology,
cardiology and a 24 hour Level IV emergency
NGH is proudly affiliated
with Texas Organization of Rural Community
Hospitals (TORCH), certified by the U.S.
Department of Health & Human Services
(Medicare) and eagerly participates in the
Texas Medicaid program.
NGH strives to continue to
improve daily, grow with improvements in
technology, and yet still maintain the “hometown”
feel of being with family when you need it most.