Grant Memorial Hospital is a not-for-profit critical access facility serving the valley of the Potomac Highlands, which includes citizens of Grant, Hardy, Pendleton, Hampshire, and Mineral counties.
Grant Memorial Hospital has 25 licensed acute-care beds. The facility is supported by more than 350 employees and a medical staff of over 15.
Grant Memorial Hospital is owned by the Grant County Commission and operated by a Board of Trustees appointed by the Grant County commissioners. Facilities, services, and programs of the hospital are available to all individuals regardless of race, sex, age, handicap, creed, national origin, color, or ability to pay.
Vision and Mission Statement
Grant Memorial Hospital has a vision of leading to a healthier tomorrow. The mission of the hospital is to deliver quality, compassionate, safe, and innovative healthcare close to home.
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Grant Memorial Hospital also has an Auxiliary, whose members support the hospital and its patients by funding special projects, promoting education, and providing public awareness to the community.
Learn more about our Auxiliary, including how to become a member.
Grant Memorial Hospital provides scholarships to graduating seniors and college students who are interested in pursuing a healthcare career. Learn more about the scholarships, including how to apply.