The Adams County Regional Medical Center and the Adams County Medical Foundation hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the grand opening of the ACRMC Family Medicine in West Union on October 15, 2021. Located at 11100 State Route 41 in West Union, the new 6,400 square foot state-of-the art facility will provide high-quality family medicine, pediatrics, x-rays and physical therapy with room to grow. ACRMC Board of Trustee member, Dane Clark who has served on the hospital board for over a decade, recognized the role that the Adams County Medical Foundation plays in supporting the hospital. “This group of individuals are extraordinary and what they’ve done to aid the hospital and all of our employees with property acquisitions, with equipment, is extraordinary. This is probably one of the best I’ve had the opportunity to work with,” said Clark. The Adams County Medical Foundation paid for the land that the new family medicine facility is built on. “Adams County Regional Medical Center is proud and thankful of the generous donation from the Adams County Medical Foundation to purchase the property needed to make this investment in our community,” said Alan Bird, CEO of Adams County Regional Medical Center. “This investment not allows us to continue our mission of providing high-quality healthcare close to home, but it also allows for quality outpatient medical services to those who reside in the area and the surrounding region. This facility is for our community.”
Inspiring a Culture of Giving for the Health of Our Community
The Mission of the Foundation is to Provide Support to the Adams County Region Medical Center and Community-Based Health-Related Endeavors to Ensure Premium Health Care Programs and Service Availability to the Residents of the Adams County Region.