News & Events

At Perry County Memorial Hospital, we pride ourselves on being as much an asset to our community as we do to community healthcare. We want to be involved and we want you to be involved with us! Check this page frequently for the latest PCMH news and events that you can get involved with.

Get To Know Breast Cancer Survivor, Earla!

This year as we come together for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the PCMH family gets to celebrate two of our own survivors.  Today we recognize, Earla Williams, a CNOR certified RN, that acts as our OR Nurse Manager. She is a very important part of the PCMH family, being as a friend and inspiration to all. We are… read more

Reduced Fee for Mammograms in October

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an important chance to raise awareness about the urgency of early detection for breast cancer, so our Mammography ACR accredited Radiology staff members are offering a reduced fee for mammograms, as well as free goodies to anyone that participates. We’re seizing this opportunity to make a difference, and we… read more

The 9th Annual Ladies Night…

The 9th Annual Ladies Night Out

“Great service for the community needing this service. The gift card is great because chemo patients sometimes lose their eye brows and can give patients gift certificates to get new ones.” – Survivor with Breast Cancer for 11 years For the last 9 years, Perry County Memorial Hospital has been fortunate to be a part… read more

Call to Action for Local Children

CALL TO ACTION FOR LOCAL CHILDREN: In a resounding display of unity, four local, county Judges will be holding a joint press conference on Monday, September 19, 2016 at 6:00 PM CST in the Circuit Court of the Perry County Courthouse in Tell City, IN to lead a call to action for local children. The judges will address the… read more



The new Perry County Memorial Hospital is proud to announce we are the most energy efficient hospital in the United States. Not only was the goal to build a new state-of-the-art 117,000 square foot, full service facility, but also to be a top-performer on energy use that would be easy to maintain, highly reliable and… read more

Understanding Chronic Pain

Understanding Chronic Pain

What do you think of when you hear the term “chronic pain?” While many Americans have undoubtedly heard this phrase before, the fact is that few might be able to accurately define the condition. What is Chronic Pain? Chronic pain is defined as: “ongoing or recurrent pain, lasting beyond the usual course of acute illness… read more

4 Daily Habits for Reducing…

4 Daily Habits for Reducing Chronic Pain

Living with chronic pain on a daily basis is never easy. On top of sticking to your doctor-prescribed medication schedule, there are a few daily habits that can help you in your fight to reduce chronic pain. It is important to remember that these daily habits are aimed at helping out in your fight against… read more

Buckle Up, Baby!

You're Invited! On October 1, 2016 the Perry County Memorial Hospital OB Department is having FREE car seat safety clinic. We will have certified technicians on site to not only check to make sure your car seat, from Newborn to Youth Booster, is installed properly but they will also demonstrate a proper installation for those who need to… read more

Get To Know Our CEO!

On June 1, 2016 the Perry County Memorial Hospital family welcomed a new face, Brian Herwig, as our new President & CEO.  Over the last month, time with Brian has been spent not only discussing administrative needs, how the hospital functions and different ways in helping maintain positive community involvement, but also getting to know… read more

PCMH Auxiliary Donates Wheelchairs

The Perry County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary has graciously donated new wheelchairs for use at our facility. Wheelchairs are used in the hospital on a daily basis and will help insure the safety of our patients and their family members. The wheelchairs support patient care for the 55,000 Outpatients and 14,000 Emergency Department patients Perry County… read more

Perry County Memorial Hospital was founded on the banks of the Ohio River over 60 years ago. The mission of Perry County Memorial Hospital is to provide high quality healthcare and exemplary customer service in the most caring, compassionate, and effective manner.
8885 State Road 237
Tell City
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