Exterior view of Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton, Missouri

191 Iowa Blvd
Trenton, MO 64683

660-358-5700

Billing: 660-358-5770
Physicians' Group: 660-358-5750
Specialty Clinic: 660-358-5818

Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton delivers high-quality health care to Grundy County, Missouri, and the surrounding communities. Founded in 1903, Wright Memorial Hospital opened a new, state-of-the-art facility in 2011. The hospital was awarded the prestigious 2019 Guardian of Excellence Award by Press Ganey for reaching the 95th percentile for clinical quality.

The 25-bed acute care hospital offers comprehensive care, including a 24-hour emergency department staffed by board-certified physicians, inpatient and outpatient diagnostic testing, 3-D mammography, inpatient and outpatient surgery, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, a specialty clinic, and primary care offices adjoining the facility.

Visitors to Wright Memorial Hospital’s Emergency Department benefit from lifesaving heart and stroke protocols developed by the world-renowned Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute and Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute.

LEADERSHIP
Steve Schieber
, Chief Executive Officer
Janet Buckman, Chief Financial Officer
Catherine Hamilton, Chief Nursing Officer
Lisa Hecker, Director of Human Resources


PATIENTS & VISITORS

Visiting guidelines
As we work to protect the health and safety of everyone at our hospital, we have temporarily revised our visiting guidelines.

Tobacco
Saint Luke’s is a tobacco-free environment, and tobacco use, as well as e-cigarettes, is prohibited in all buildings, parking garages, and all surrounding grounds of our hospitals and facilities.

Dining options
The cafeteria is located near the main lobby. Fresh food prepared daily, including cold and hot meals, salad bar, soups, snacks, and pre-made sandwiches. Vending machines offering beverages and snacks are located in the cafeteria and Emergency Department waiting area.

Sending mail/flowers
To ensure prompt delivery, mail and flowers should be addressed using the patient’s full name and room number.

Gift shop
Located off the main lobby, it provides greeting cards, gift items, and personal items. Hours:

  • Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Spiritual Wellness
If you’d like to see a chaplain, please ask a nurse or the hospital operator. Located near the main lobby, the hospital chapel is open to all for prayer, meditation, and solitude.


PATIENT INFORMATION

Insurance Accepted
Financial Assistance
Billing

Patient advocate
The Wright Memorial Hospital Patient Advocate serves as a liaison between patients, their families or representative(s), and the hospital. Call 660-358-5774 and ask to speak with the patient advocate. The advocate will typically respond to your concern within one business day.

Patient rights and responsibilities
Quality patient care is a primary concern of Saint Luke’s Health System. The goal of patient rights and responsibilities is to improve care, treatment, services, and outcomes by protecting and promoting each patient’s rights.

Saint Luke’s Health System complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. View patient rights and responsibilities.

Language assistance services, free of charge, are available to you. Call 816-932-6145.

Preparing for your visit
Learn more about what to expect during your stay, safety and security, patient satisfaction, advance directives, and privacy. Learn how to access your medical records.

 

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As part of Mental Health Month, Wright Memorial Hospital's Senior Life Solutions shares what individuals can do to prioritize mental health and support those who are struggling.
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Saint Luke's is providing drive-thru testing for first responders in Grundy and Livingston counties. St. Joseph News-Press talked to Steve Schieber about the process.
Dustin Cox standing in front of Wright Memorial Hospital
Today's Farmer Magazine: Health care in the country
Small town hospitals save lives. Dustin Cox knows this from personal experience. Today's Farmer Magazine talked to Cox, who was quickly diagnosed at Wright Memorial Hospital after suffering a stroke.