Breast Cancer Awareness Bonanza

Please join us at the 1st ever Breast Cancer Awareness Bonanza on Friday,October 16th. Stop by to enjoy cupcakes, pink lemonade and games. Learn about Breast Cancer Awareness (0.5 education credit for employees who fill out evaluation questionnaire) Raffle (Victoria’s Secret Gift Card, Flat Screen TV, Fit Bit, Kindle)Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5, payroll deduct or cash.

Relay For Life Phelps County

The Delbert Day Cancer Institute at PCRMC team participated in the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life Phelps County event this past weekend at Greentree Church in Rolla.

Coats for Kids

The PCRMC Medical Oncology & Surgical Orthopedics Departments are hosting a fall coat drive to help area child in need. During the months of September & October, bring in a coat for donation and help a local child this winter. PLEASE DONATE NEW OR GENTLY USED COATS BETWEEN 9/11/15—10/16/15 Coat donation boxes are located throughout the hospital. For more information, please contact Rita Persicke at (573) 458-7478.

1st Annual PCRMC Wallyball Tournament was a Great Success

The Delbert Day Cancer Institute at PCRMC Relay for Life Team and Vessell's Fitness co-sponsored the 1st Annual Wallyball Tournament on Saturday, September 19th. All proceeds from the tournament will benefit Relay for Life.

Stroke Awareness

Join us in learning about “Stroke Awareness” with Susan Weckman, BSN, RN, CEN. Free to the public.Saturday, October 3rd 10:00am-12:00pm at Phelps County Regional Medical Center in Private Dining Rooms.


The HEAL program was created to help PCRMC staff members who may be considered “second victims.” A second victim is a health care team member who is involved in an unanticipated event or stressful event who becomes victimized in the sense that he or she is traumatized by the event.

Free Workshop for High School Students

High school students: are you curious about healthcare careers? Come join us for an interactive learning workshop on Tuesday, September 22nd at 4:30PM in Private Dining Room 2 at PCRMC. This workshop is free, but you must RSVP to Jessica Roy at (573) 458-7281 or

Digital Sign coming to PCRMC

The PCRMC Auxiliary donated $150,000 to PCRMC for the addition of a new digital billboard to be added to the current signage along I-44.

Did you know PCRMC has a YouTube channel?

Check out our latest video of the Waynesville Medical Plaza Grand Opening!

Bulldog Pride Night

Join PCRMC on August 28th at Bulldog Pride Night! Stop by our booth to learn about upcoming events, PCRMC physicians and to receive free giveaways.

1st Annual PCRMC Wallyball Tournament

Wallyball is an exciting combination of Volleyball and Racquetball with no gender restrictions! Played like Volleyball, the match takes place in the confines of a Racquetball court, and a softer ball is used. Each team will have up to 3 to 4 players on the court at a time and shots may be played off the walls.Grab your friends, practice your bank shots, and come out to support a great cause!

Delbert Day Cancer Institute Construction Camera LIVE

Stay up-to-date on the progress of the Delbert Day Cancer Institute at PCRMC with views from our construction camera. Images are updated every 30 minutes. Check it out!

KOLR10 Weather Tour is coming to the Waynesville Medical Plaza on August 11th

PCRMC is excited to announce that the KOLR10 Weather Tour is coming to the Waynesville Medical Plaza's grand opening event on Tuesday, August 11th from 4-6pm. To learn more about the Waynesville Medical Plaza grand opening, please visit

PCRMC Waynesville Medical Plaza Grand Opening

You are invited! Please join Phelps County Regional Medical Center (PCRMC) in celebrating the grand opening of the Waynesville Medical Plaza. Enjoy self-guided tours, refreshments, door prizes, ribbon cutting, speakers, health demonstrations and screenings. Tuesday, August 11th, 2015 2:00–6:00 PM

PCRMC Sponsors Field of Heroes Event in Waynesville

Phelps County Regional Medical Center (PCRMC) was a Guardian Sponsor of the Armed Services YMCA signature event, Field of Heroes, held on July 24th- 26th in the Waynesville City Park. 400 American flags, arranged with precision and in the style of the Arlington National Cemetery, were on display to formally recognize and represent specific heroes nominated by employers, friends or family.