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Logansport Memorial Hospital (LMH) is a not-for-profit, county-owned, regional medical center serving people in Cass County and north central Indiana.
Since its inception in 1925, Logansport Memorial Hospital’s goal has been quality care. We are committed to achieving the best quality of life for area residents through health and wellness programs.
When you count on Logansport Memorial Hospital for outpatient care, you can rest assured that you’ll have what your physician needs for your care so your diagnosis and treatment can be determined quickly. Our outpatient care includes: Laboratory, Medical Imaging, heart care, Sleep Studies and a variety of Therapy Services.
The Primary Care doctors with the Logansport Memorial Physicians Network take the time to get to know you and understand your history and personality. Our physicians are board-certified and provide ongoing, primary care to adults and children.
An experienced team of orthopedic surgeons, anesthesiologists, nurses and physical therapists is committed to keeping you healthy and active. No matter what condition ails you, our team will work together and work with you to find the best solution for an active recovery.
From our Family Birth Center to our state-of-the-art Breast Center, Logansport Memorial Hospital takes pride in giving each patient a supportive, compassionate and family-centered experience.
Advanced technology, minimally invasive options and a highly trained staff are ready to handle all inpatient and outpatient surgeries. Behind the technology you’ll find a highly skilled team who dedicate themselves to your safety and comfort during procedures.
Working in a community hospital like this one allows patients to get personalized, quality care that’s close to home. I love seeing the smile on one of my patient’s faces when they feel better. I’m always glad I’m able to help them in their time of need.
820 Fulton StreetLogansport, IN 46947
We have plans in place to care for patients with infections diseases, and we will be able to detect, protect, and respond to Ebola properly. We are continually assessing our approaches to prevention and preparedness, and we are ready to adapt new CDC protocols as they become available.
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