As a top rated Indiana Hospital,Columbus Regional Health has one clear purpose—to provide the absolute best in patient care.
Columbus Regional Health is a regional health system serving a 10-county region in southeastern Indiana. Columbus Regional Hospital, the system’s flagship facility, is a 225-bed facility providing emergency and surgical services and comprehensive care in numerous specialty areas, with 1,650 employees, 225 physicians on medical staff, and 250 volunteers. Columbus Regional Health Physicians offers a network of primary and specialty care physicians, working closely with the hospital and outpatient locations.
Columbus Regional Health is nationally recognized for quality patient care, winning the American Hospital Association’s Quest for Quality Prize, the highest quality honor awarded by the hospital industry. Other recognitions include Becker's Hospital Review 100 Great Community Hospitals and being named a top hospital by US News & World Report. Columbus Regional Hospital was Indiana’s first Magnet designated hospital for outstanding nursing care.
At Columbus Regional Health we are not content to be a top Indiana healthcare provider. Our team is redefining what it means to provide the best in healthcare, both at a regional and national level. And, our culture inspires us to stay abreast of the newest medical technologies and procedures, and to strive for constant improvements.
Columbus Regional Health offers high quality specialty care including:
- Birthing Center
- Breast Health Center
- Cancer Center
- Endoscopy Center
- Heart and Vascular Center
- Joint and Spine Center
- Lung Institute
- Rehabiliation Services
- Sleep Diagnostic Center
- Surgical Services
- Columbus Surgery Center
- Wellness Center
- Wound Center
Our Flood Story
On June 7, 2008, Columbus Regional Hospital experienced a disaster on a scale few other hospitals have survived - a flood of historic magnitude severely damaged the hospital, prompting the evacuation of 157 patients, and forcing us to close our doors for the first time in our 90 year history. The flooding caused over $180 million in damages and destroyed several critical functions, including our laboratory, pharmacy, information services, food services, and mechanical and electrical systems.
Our commitment to patients and each other held steadfast during the hospital closure as our physicians and staff spread out into the community to care for patients at area hospitals, serve at community centers, and help not only Columbus Regional Hospital but the entire city of Columbus recover and rebuild from the devastating flood. On October 27, 2008, less than five months after the flooding, we opened the doors to our new and improved facility and renewed our commitment to serving the families of our region. Watch our story of how we responded to a crisis and renewed our commitment to excellence in the aftermath of the flood.
Today, we are stronger and more committed than ever to the core value of Columbus Regional Hospital - to be the best in the country at everything we do.
To watch a video showing the impact and how Columbus Regional Hospital responded to the flood of 2008 click here.
Improve the health and well-being of the people we serve.
Be the best in the country at everything we do.
President & CEODiana Boyer
VP & Chief Information OfficerKurt Ellis
VP System Operations
VP Human Resources & Organizational DevelopmentPam Missi
, RN, MSN
VP & Chief Nursing OfficerChristina Raaf
VP Hospital OperationsThomas Sonderman, MD
VP & Chief Medical OfficerMarlene Weatherwax
VP & Chief Financial Officer
Board of Trustees
John Nash, Chairman
A.H. "Hutch" Schumaker
Frederick Shedd, M.D.