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Our mission at Monroe County Medical Center is to provide quality, safe primary and specialty services for the citizens of Monroe County and surrounding areas through detection, prevention, and treatment of illness. Monroe County Medical Center strives through continuous quality improvement to meet the needs of its customers by providing primary patient care in an environment which offers specialty services and focuses on prevention of illness thereby improving the quality of life.
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MCMC Scholarships Available
Graduating high school students pursuing further education in the medical field may be eligible for a scholarship awarded by Monroe Medical Foundation, Inc. Each year the Monroe County Medical Center provides 2 scholarships.
The first scholarship, $6,000 ($1,500 per year for four years), is awarded to graduating high school students pursuing a degree in the medical field. Applicants must be a resident of Monroe County.
The second scholarship, $4000 ($1,000 per year for four years), is available to a graduating high school student pursuing a degree in the medical field and whose parent is an employee of Monroe County Medical Center (residence in Monroe County is not required).
Further information about the scholarships and requirements may be found in the application. Please click below to print the application. The application may also be obtained from Administration or from the Guidance Office at the Monroe County High School. Completed applications along with transcript (including ACT scores) (enclosed in a sealed manila envelope) must be returned to the Administration office no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, May 2, 2014.
2014 Scholarship Application
2014 Community Needs Assessment
To the Residents of Monroe County,
The 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires that all non-profit 501(c)3 hospitals conduct a community needs assessment (CHNA). Hospitals must complete a CHNA at least every three years with input from the broader community, including public health experts. Monroe County Medical Center is pleased to present its CHNA.
The contents of the CHNA were compiled from local, state and national data sources. Additionally, surveys were made avaliable throughout the county, focus groups were conducted and responses aggregated to provide a comprehensive overview of the healthcare landscape in Monroe County.
The CHNA provides valuable information that indicates where Monroe County Medical Center is in meeting the needs of the county and the surrounding areas, and where there is room for improvement. The CHNA will serve as a guide to improve the performance of the Medical Center in allocating resources, identifying concerns, and improving the overall health of the people it serves over the next three years.
We do not have adequate resources to solve all problems identified and some issues are beyond the mission of the hospital, therefore action is best suited by others. Some improvements will require personal actions by individuals rather than the response of an organization. As you review this CHNA please consider ways to help us improve the health and medical service to our area. I invite and welcome your response to this report.
Chief Executive Officer
2014 Community Needs Assessment | 2014 Community Health Plan
2013-2014 Seasonal Flu
Chest Pain, Stroke, and Heart Failure Network