Kosciusko Community Hospital is a 72-bed facility with all-private rooms, located on a 30-acre medical campus and a proud member of the Lutheran Health Network. We believe in the power of people to create great care. We are home to an urgent care center, occupational health, heart, and stroke care, health, and wellness, rehabilitation services, sleep center, wound care center, cancer care center providing chemotherapy and radiation therapy. KCH is the only emergency department in the county that is an accredited chest pain center and accredited stroke center. And we work hard every day to be a place of healing, caring, and connection for patients and families in the community we call home.
Warsaw is located in Northern Indiana along the historic Lincoln Highway. It is at the intersection of US 30 and State Road 15. Warsaw is the county seat of Kosciusko County, with a population of 14,000.
Every year, thousands of visitors descend upon Kosciusko County for the variety of arts and entertainment activities. We’re home to a professional symphony orchestra, a rarity for a community this size, and a world-class theatre where talented performers bring to life classic and new musical favorites. Painters, photographers, and jewelers craft and sell their work in county shops. Woodworkers and furniture makers shape fine pieces for your kitchen and home. And glass is cut in the same manner and on the same machinery as it has been in Warsaw since 1911.
Indoors or out, families will find fun and exciting activities to enjoy together in Kosciusko County. Picnic at a lakeside park. Enjoy a walk on a trail. Go geocaching. Head to an arcade. Spend the day fishing. Cruise the lake on water skis. Take the family bowling. Bike along our network of trails.