Pulaski Memorial Hospital (PMH) was the vision of physicians and county leaders concerned with the healthcare needs of the community. In 1963, we opened our doors to provide the area with maternity, general surgery, and in-patient care. For over 50 years, PMH has been central to the lives of the residents of Pulaski and surrounding areas. As the second largest employer in the county, the hospital has contributed a huge economic benefit besides its medical services. One of the few independent hospitals left in Indiana, PMH has never waivered from its mission to provide quality, safe patient care in an underserved area. However, as the decades have passed the community's needs have changed and the hospital has evolved into a 25-bed critical access hospital. Now housing such therapeutic areas as pain management and physical, cardiac, and lymphedema therapies, PMH is addressing the demand of its patients. The hospital employs 17 providers, including two full-time general surgeons and an orthopod. In addition to high quality clinical care, PMH provides compassionate, patient-centered care predicated on high standards of behavior. PMH strives to deliver clinical excellence, combined with unmatched service in an atmosphere of comfort and individualized attention. With what is best for the community always in mind, the hospital will continue its original mission of offering modern services, equipment, doctors and staff to provide exceptional, convenient healthcare.