Nothing compares to the convenience and comfort of having quality healthcare close to home. Whether it’s a regular check-up or an unexpected emergency, with Wabash County Hospital, you’ll never have to go far for the care you need.

Wabash County Hospital has proudly served our community for 90 years as an independent, county-owned facility. With 25 inpatient beds, our highly skilled staff provides critical care, surgery, emergency services, cancer treatment and much more.

Our services are not confined to the hospital walls. We are an active part of our community, providing numerous free wellness and educational programs, occupational services for area business and industry, home healthcare services, and free and discounted health screenings at health fairs throughout the year.

Wabash County Hospital is a healthcare organization fully accredited by The Joint Commission.

 

WHAT THE WABASH COUNTY HOSPITAL STANDS FOR AND WHO IT SERVES

As our name indicates, the Wabash County Hospital primarily serves the people who live and work in Wabash County.

The mission statement of the Wabash County Hospital is as follows:

Wabash County Hospital is a not-for-profit county hospital committed to providing quality and value in comprehensive and compassionate health care to individuals and families.

Core values of the Wabash County Hospital are as follows:

Integrity

In our relationships with the community, other service providers, and each other we will maintain high standards of truth, honesty, excellence, and quality, which will establish an environment of trust.

  • Truth/Trust: Assured reliance on character, ability, strength, and truth of our organization.
  • Honesty: Our organization will conduct all interactions in a straightforward and fair manner.
  • Excellence/Quality: Our organization is committed to providing the most appropriate state-of-the-art care to fulfill the needs of our community and those we serve.

Commitment

We will provide a foundation for health and wellness for the community. We will be astute and responsive to present and emergent needs for caring, and we will pursue new relationships to continually increase our scope for the provision of care.