A Hospital to Meet the Growing Needs of Our Community
Tomah Health opened its doors as a 29-bed hospital on April 7, 1952, after years of planning and generous donations by many residents of our community. Throughout the years, responsible growth has been a goal the Hospital and its Board of Directors in order to continue to provide high-quality healthcare.
Dedicated to Quality Community Care for 65 Years
Tomah Health has been a cornerstone of the community since 1952. Over the past 65 years, we’ve remained committed to caring for you and your family through every stage of life by offering quality healthcare, close to home.
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Tomah Health is Established
April 7, 1952
Tomah Health is established as a 29-bed hospital through the generous donations of community residents.
First Building Addition
Community-minded friends once again donate to help construct the first addition to the original building, which increases the bed capacity to 57.
Nursing Home Operation Added
The Hospital operates a nursing home on the ground-floor level.
Addition of Patient Wings
Major expansion of the Hospital includes the addition of the north and south patient wings.
Expansion of Lab, Radiology, ER Departments
New Beginnings Birth Center
Building Renovating & Expansion
Major building project includes updating and expanding the Emergency and Outpatient Department and renovating the original 1952 structure to create a more customer-friendly healthcare facility.
MRI Unit Addition
A nearly $10-million construction and renovation project is completed, including the 800-square foot addition that now houses a state-of-the-art Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) unit on the Hospital’s south side.
Warrens Walk In Clinic Opens
The Hospital expands its services in Warrens with the opening of the Warrens Walk In Clinic.
Hospice Serenity House and Hospice/Palliative Care Clinic
The Hospital opens the Hospice Serenity House, and Hospice/Palliative Care Clinic—a 10,000-square foot, $1.5 million, 8-bed facility— at 601 Straw Street in Tomah.
Tomah Health Ground Breaking
Hospital officials break ground on a new $66 million three story hospital to be built on a 40 acre parcel of land adjacent to Interstate 90 on Tomah’s south side.
Tomah Health Facility Completed
Construction of an estimated $66-million new hospital on Tomah’s south side is completed in 2019. The 40 acre site was purchased in May 2014 from Norman and Evelyn Randall, located adjacent to I-90 along Gopher Avenue.