Plymouth Hospital to Celebrate 100-Year Anniversary
In 1910, two physicians built a three-story facility at 310 North Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth, establishing a foundation for quality health care in Marshall County that would continue for the next 100 years.
While the name and location of the community hospital has changed over the years, what remain are a dedication to medical advancements, outstanding community support, an ambition to grow and a commitment to increase access to quality health care.
On Saturday, October 30, 2010, past and present employees of SJRMC and their families are invited the Marshall County Historical Museum in downtown Plymouth to view a special exhibit about the hospital.
The Celebration of 100 Years exhibit will be on display at the newly renovated museum from 11 am – 1 pm. Bring the little ones – the trains will be running!
Starting on Monday, November 1, the exhibit will continue to be on display for the general public. Special thanks to the Marshall County Historical Museum for partnering with us to celebrate this milestone.
Thanks to all of our past and present employees, physicians and patients for 100 years of continued community support.
The Museum is located at 124 N. Michigan St. in Plymouth. For more information call 574.936.2306.