Pulaski Memorial Hospital

News of hearing a longtime local physician had passed came as a shock to the community and especially to those who knew him.  Dr. Frank Alan Utes, 69, passed away on March 25, and generations of families are now remembering him as a doctor, a friend and as family.  Dr. Utes came to Winamac in 1979...
Pulaski Memorial Hospital Chief of Nursing Linda Webb vaccinated Dr. Clint Kauffman for COVID-19 on Dec. 18. The hospital staff assisted at Logansport Memorial in administering the first doses to area health care workers and providers.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital staff are some of the first individuals, who have a connection of Pulaski County, to receive the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations.  Several Pulaski Memorial Hospital frontline workers traveled to Logansport Memorial Hospital to receive the first of two shots on Dec. 18...
Pulaski Memorial Hospital expansion site plans
Pulaski Memorial Hospital continues to lead the area in rural health as the staff is looking to the future and growing.  During the past several years, the medical and surgical group has grown from two physicians to 23 physicians and nurse practitioners. There is a hope that the staff continues to...
Pulaski Memorial Hospital was recently recognized for their commitment to infant and maternal health at the inaugural INspire Hospital of Distinction recognition program.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital was recently recognized by the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA), in partnership with Governor Eric J. Holcomb and State Health Commissioner Kris Box, M.D., FACOG, for their commitment to infant and maternal health at the inaugural INspire Hospital of Distinction...
Pulaski Memorial Hospital installed a tent as part of their emergency preparedness planning. The tent can be used for different scenarios.
COVID-19 has caused more questions than answers as the pandemic continues around the world but one thing appears to be certain — Pulaski Memorial Hospital has a plan and all potential incidents are being addressed.  Linda Webb, chief nursing officer at Pulaski Memorial Hospital, said the hospital...
With an increase of influenza, other respiratory illnesses, and a confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Indiana, Pulaski Memorial Hospital is taking steps to protect patients, their families and staff by temporarily limiting visitation in the hospital, effective immediately.
With an increase of influenza, other respiratory illnesses, and a confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Indiana, Pulaski Memorial Hospital is taking steps to protect patients, their families and staff by temporarily limiting visitation in the hospital, effective immediately. These temporary...
Dustin Holland and Susan Risner, of Knox, welcomed Oden Ryan Wayne Holland on Jan. 17 at Pulaski Memorial Hospital. He is the first baby to be born at the hospital this year.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital welcomed the first baby of the year and the parents weren’t expecting the title.  Oden Ryan Wayne Holland was born on Jan. 17 at 6:32 a.m. Holland was the first baby of the year which may be one of the longest waits the hospital has had in several years for a new year baby...
Every three years the hospital completes a Community Health Needs Assessment to identify and prioritize the community’s health concerns. Pulaski Memorial Hospital is asking for the public’s help to meet those health care needs. This process began on Feb. 19 when PMH hosted leaders from around the...
Nic Kasten and Caitlin Shidler welcomed Kash Lee Kasten on Jan. 4. He is the first baby to be born at Pulaski Memorial Hospital in 2019.
The arrival of the first baby to be born at Pulaski Memorial Hospital was a little unexpected on Jan. 4.  Kash Lee Kasten was the first to be born at the hospital this year but he wasn’t supposed to be due until Jan. 23. Kash, who is the son of Nic Kasten and Caitlin Shidler, was born at 1:22 a.m...
Indiana Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Blair Milo recently spoke with businesses and organizations at a workshop to discuss how partnerships are part of workforce solutions.
Several businesses and organizations met to hear how partnerships can build better businesses and how the State Personnel Department can help build collaborations.  The businesses and organizations met to listen and interact with the Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Blair Milo on June 1....

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Winamac, IN 46996

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