Madison County Memorial Hospital (MCMH) is located in the heart of downtown Madison County, one block north of US Hwy 90 West. It is fifty miles east of Tallahassee, twenty nine miles west of Live Oak and fifty five miles north of Lake City. Madison County shares a border with Georgia, only thirty miles south of Valdosta.
MCMH was founded in 1937. Today it is one of only 13 hospitals in Florida designated as a Critical Access Hospital (CAH). MCMH has 25 private patient rooms and provides several outpatient services. The hospital specializes in taking care of the healthcare needs of the entire family.
Since 1937 the hospital has been relocated four times. Today, Madison County is unique in that these four hospital buildings are still in existence. You could even say that the county has had five hospital buildings if the Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Mansion (built in 1860) is included, as it was once used as a hospital during the Civil War.
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