Phelps County Regional Medical Center has a nearly sixty-year history of serving the same community that originally came together to open Phelps County Memorial Hospital in 1951. PCRMC is here today because the community worked together, campaigned and donated time and money – all to create a public hospital in Phelps County. In return, PCRMC strives to support and serve the six-county area as it grows and prospers.
PCRMC provides many free and low-cost services and collaborates with local entities to improve access to health care, health education and health services. Our goal is to strengthen the overall health of our population, with particular emphasis on aiding the less fortunate. At PCRMC, this is not just an obligation, but part of who we are.
In our annual Community Benefit Report, we highlight that ways in which PCRMC provides community benefit. We hope you enjoy taking a closer look at PCRMC.
What is community benefit?
Community benefit refers to programs or activities that provide treatment and/or promote health and healing as a response to identified community needs. These include:
- Charity & Other Uncompensated Care
- Community Outreach Services
- Health Professionals Education & Placement
- Donations to Community Groups
Click here to view the latest PCRMC Community Benefit Report
2011 Community Benefit Report
2010 Community Benefit Report