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Madison Regional Health Marks First Year in New Facility

Nov 29, 2016 10:45AM ● By MED Magazine
Madison Regional Health System recently celebrated their first full year in the new facility. MRHS began services in their new building on October 13, 2015 after completion of the 110,000 square foot facility on the south end of Madison.

“The past year has been an adventure: new facility, new logo and branding, new processes, and higher volumes,” said Tamara Miller, CEO of Madison Regional Health. “The MRHS staff has been resilient through it all and maintained the quality service that we have always provided.  We are grateful to the community for their support of MRHS and this new building.”

Madison Regional Health has served the community for over 130 years and was housed in many different locations during that time. In 1884, Dr. Alonzo Clough established the first hospital in Madison, on the corner of First Street and West Avenue. Since then, the hospital has moved to South Josephine, Northing Washington and now to its current location on Southwest Tenth Street.

Over 200 medical providers, employees and volunteers work at the facility which includes two new family medicine physicians that joined MRHS early this fall.  The size of the staff at Madison Regional Health has double since 2013, due to the merger of the hospital and clinic, along with a growing need for medical services in the community.