Perry County Memorial Hospital celebrated the Beam Signing of its new 117,000 square foot facility on March 14, 2014. The last beam placed in the new facility was signed by PCMH board members, administration, practitioners and staff, along with several county officials. The hospital will set a new standard of quality care and will feature state-of-the-art technology, private patient accommodations and more efficient operations. Perry County Memorial Hospital has served the community for more than 60 years and will continue to provide quality, compassionate care close to home. The hospital will be funded by hospital operations, not taxpayer dollars. The United States Department of Agriculture is financing the project. The project is managed by the Nehemiah Group; the architect is Laughlin Millea Hillman and the contractor is Weddle Brothers Construction.
Joseph Stuber, President and CEO of Perry County Memorial Hospital welcomed guests to the ceremony, “The future of quality healthcare is closer than ever as we place the last steel beam of our new facility… We look forward to the opportunities the new hospital will provide our physicians, employees and the communities we serve.” The new facility will be located at the intersection of Hwy. 37 and Hwy. 237 in Tell City. The project is scheduled to be completed in early 2015.
Perry County Memorial Hospital is dedicated providing high quality healthcare and exemplary customer service in the most caring, compassionate, and effective manner. To find out more about Perry County Memorial Hospital, explore our site: www.pchospital.org.