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Serving the area for over 135 years and designated as an award-winning Critical Access Hospital, Madison Regional Health System provides healthcare services to residents who would otherwise have to travel long distances for care. Our health system integrates a hospital, clinic, emergency services, multiple departments, and other partnered healthcare companies and includes 270+ employees dedicated to providing quality inpatient and outpatient healthcare services. We are a 22-bed non-profit facility governed by a board of trustees committed to providing quality healthcare close to home.
“One of the best hospitals I’ve been to. They listened to what I had to say. I left there feeling great. Thank you so much for your service!” -R.P.
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MRHS Named Top 20 Critical Access Hospital
“I am humbled to announce that Madison Regional Health System has been named to the National Rural Health Association’s list of Top 20 Critical Access Hospitals. This award is particularly meaningful because it not only reflects our organization’s quality of … Read More
Top 100 CAH Award Again in 2022
Madison Regional Health System has been recognized as a 2022 Top 100 Critical Access Hospital. Compiled by The Chartis Center for Rural Health, this annual recognition program honors outstanding performance among the nation’s rural hospitals based on the results of … Read More
Calm During the Storm
Lacey and Kyle welcomed their first baby, Mason, into the world last fall. Lacey described their delivery experience from beginning to end with nothing but positive things to say about Madison Regional Health System, her son’s delivery team, and the … Read More
ARC: Taking Care of the Unseen
At Madison Regional Health System, we are committed to providing quality health care. To us, this means caring at even a microscopic level. Recently we implemented the use of two ARC UV-C light devices in our facility. The ARC UV-C … Read More
“In 2009, when Marietta was totally disabled by a very rare cancer side effect – PCD, Paraneoplastic Cerebellar Degeneration, her prognosis sounded grim. Medical literature suggested that patients with PCD usually continue to lose function, but that aggressive therapy can slow the progression of PCD damage. Marietta’s function has not regressed. Instead, through Marietta’s determination and hard work, and the efforts of our outstanding therapists, Marietta continues to make small, slow, functional improvements. Bravo, professional staff. Rehabilitation Services at Madison Regional Hospital is a huge blessing and help for Marietta and me. We celebrate the effective, compassionate, and skillful care of Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy Rehabilitation Services staff. During the 13 years we have been clients, Madison Hospital Rehab has earned our highest commendation. Our therapists are great at individualizing. We appreciate the way they ask about our goals, and then help us work toward achieving realistic, functional goals.”
– Ted F. (pictured with wife, Marietta F.)