About Us

Providing Quality Healthcare in Ravalli County

A rural area hospital has a responsibility to provide local residents with comprehensive healthcare they can trust and rely on. Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital, located in the heart of the Bitterroot Valley, offers advanced medical services close to home. We are proud to offer our community a local medical resource so that they do not need to spend time and money travelling out of town for the care they need.

As the community grows, so does our hospital. We are continuously upgrading our facilities and expanding the role of our staff to meet the needs of our patients. We are the largest employer in the Bitterroot Valley, boasting over 500 team members. Additionally, we have incorporated a state-of-the-art electronic record keeping system and revamped our Hospitalist Program to provide inpatient physician coverage 24/7. We have also opened clinics throughout the valley specializing in orthopedics, sports medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, neurosurgery, and family medicine – and much more!

Our Mission:

To provide Bitterroot Valley with quality, accessible, and personalized healthcare.

Our Vision:

The Marcus Daly healthcare team aspires to be a trusted community leader known for exceeding the expectations of those we serve. We promise exceptional care delivered by dedicated, compassionate professionals who take pride in achieving the highest level of satisfaction.

History

old hospitalWhen Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital opened its doors on July 1, 1931, healthcare in Ravalli County changed forever.

Margaret Daly built the hospital in memory of her late husband, copper king Marcus Daly, who was a founding developer of the city of Hamilton and passed away in 1900. Margaret's visionary philanthropy ensured that thousands of Ravalli County residents and guests would receive excellent, close-to- home care in their times of need.

The original hospital, located on South Fourth Street, was purchased by Ravalli County and remodeled for county offices. The three-story brick building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally, the hospital had seven physicians on staff, along with 16 registered nurses and 12 nurses' aides. The first births at Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital were three babies born on July 3, 1931 and were honorably named Daly, Marcus, and Margaret.

The present hospital on Westwood Drive was built in 1975 and continues to bear the name Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital. The facility opened with 48 acute care beds, and 14 physicians. Today Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital is a rural critical access hospital with 24 acute care beds and over 60 providers on the medical staff. Within miles there are an array of outpatient medical services, multiple surgical specialties, and medical clinics on the hospital campus and throughout Ravalli County. Over the past decade significant additions and renovations including birthing, rehabilitation, emergency and hospice centers, an intensive care unit and coming soon a new, state-of-the art surgical center. MDMH Clinics are also open in Darby, Corvallis and Victor and contribute to the extensive network of inpatient and outpatient services for Ravalli County residents and guests.

MDMH is an award winning hospital, view the many Awards receives over the past several years!

MDMH is a rural, nonprofit, community hospital. It is governed by a community volunteer board of directors. It does not receive tax income. Reimbursements from Medicare and Medicaid cover only part of the actual costs of care. Despite these challenges, MDMH's priority is to provide quality care close to home.

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