Marion General Hospital

Marion General Hospital is a not-for-profit, 106-bed acute care, independent sole-community hospital located in Grant County, Indiana. MGH has achieved Magnet designation and boasts several national awards such as Thomson’s Top 100 Hospitals (three times in history of award), Most Wired (seven times), accredited as a Chest Pain Center along with other various accreditations and recognitions. In addition, MGH is one of the most financially stable hospitals in Indiana with a compassionate and caring culture.

Medical staff of 94 active staff physicians in 28 specialties with 94% board certified. Excellent working relationship between Administration, Board of Directors and Medical Staff with half of the Board seats are held by physicians.

For nearly 120 years, we have gone above and beyond to make our community happier and healthier. With our longstanding roots in the area, we have become the largest local employer. When you come to us for medical assistance, you receive care from friends, neighbors, and family.

Our Mission:

  • Marion General Hospital exists to transform the health of our community through patient-centered, high quality, affordable care

Our Values:

  • Quality
  • Patient Service Excellence
  • Effective Communication
  • Resource Management
  • Teamwork
  • Community Driven

Award winning health services for the whole family.

In our hundred plus years of community service, we have been the trusted healthcare provider for generations of families. Our hospital caters to patients of all ages, from pediatric care to geriatric services. Always striving to provide our community with the best, MGH has been the recipient of prestigious healthcare awards on both the local and national level. This includes designation as Magnet hospital for nursing services and one of the top 100 rural hospitals in the U.S. Be sure to read more about our awards and accreditations.

Provider Opportunities

Screenings and Education

MGH understands the importance of providing low-cost health screenings throughout the community. Preventative health screenings are have proven to be one of the key measures in ensuring resident longevity and health.

Our Purpose

At MGH we have a comprehensive program encompassing as many healthcare initiatives as we can possibly physically and financially manage.

MGH Community Benefit Initiatives

Marion General Hospital strives to provide the following to the community: To continue to improve access to healthcare, to provide health screening and disease-prevention programs, to address healthcare access for the uninsured, to expand exercise and nutritional programs for all ages, to enhance partnerships with area faith organizations for health programs and patient advocacy, to increase the development and assistance of support groups