Pulaski Memorial Hospital (PMH) was the vision of physicians and county leaders concerned with the healthcare needs of the community. In 1963, we opened our doors to provide the area with maternity, general surgery, and in-patient care. For over 50 years, Pulaski Memorial has been central to the lives of the residents of Pulaski County and surrounding areas. The front of the hospital was remodeled in 2002 to include a new physical therapy area and a new lobby.

As healthcare is changing, PMH has also changed from a 30-bed hospital to a 25-bed critical access hospital and has added many service lines including pain management and a number of therapeutic areas such as physical, pulmonary, cardiac and lymphedema therapies. Now a nationally recognized facility, PMH has been selected as a Top 20 critical access hospital and a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Mentor Hospital for Quality.

The hospital continues to grow. In October 2013, local physicians and nurse practitioners became the PMH Medical and Surgical Group and moved into the impressive, brand new Medical Office Building right behind the hospital. Also demonstrating the growth of the hospital was the unveiling of two state-of-the-art surgical suites. In addition to that, to ensure all in the community have access to care, the hospital maintains two clinics on each side of the county, one in Francesville and one in Monterey.

PMH strives to deliver clinical excellence, combined with unmatched service in a comforting atmosphere with individualized attention. With what is best for the community always in mind, the hospital will continue its original mission of offering modern services, equipment, doctors, and staff to provide exceptional high quality and convenient healthcare.