A Healing Environment
Every day there is a new discovery in the art and science of healthcare. Exciting medical advances are taking place whether it’s a patient who undergoes a new, life-saving procedure or a clinical researcher who finds promise in a new cancer treatment or therapies for chronic health conditions.
Madison Memorial Hospital, the only county-owned, non-critical access hospital in Idaho, is a 69 bed, full-service facility. It is on the forefront of providing evidence-based holistic patient care and linking its community members to the most progressive physicians, treatment, and medical technology available.
Madison Memorial has grown substantially over the years, but has never lost the enduring goal of fulfilling the emotional, physical, and spiritual needs of those we serve. The organization has earned the ISO 9001-2000, or “deemed status”, the most sought after recognition for quality outcome management by international healthcare organizations.
The hospital’s Board of Trustees and executive leadership team have set a vision to be a premier regional healthcare provider that is committed to excellence everyday as part of the patient’s healing experience. Our Hospital’s medical staff and highly skilled nurses provide state-of-the-art, comprehensive patient-centered care, through a competent, healing, and trustworthy team.
Madison Memorial’s services include outpatient clinics, dedicated physician practice groups, and offers a variety of specialty areas - many are linked to nationally and internationally recognized healthcare institutions. The Hospital is clearly committed and able to provide quality healthcare to the families of our community through all of life’s stages, which creates healthier communities.
MMH is currently in the process of developing our services to include multidisciplinary Centers of Excellence in the form of a Women’s Health Institute, Oncology center, as well as a cardiovascular center – each to be certified, accredited, and specially designed to meet the needs of our surrounding counties and medical provider community.