Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services has a long and rich tradition of identifying and meeting the health care needs of New Albany and the surrounding areas. On June 22, 1953, the Memorial Hospital of Floyd County was dedicated in the memory of Floyd County community members who served during war time. The 70-bed hospital admitted its first patient on July 27.
Since 1953, Floyd Memorial has emerged into a 215-bed regional health care provider, serving a seven-county region. Its medical staff is a well-built team of over 400 health care professionals, representing a variety of specialties. The hospital currently has over 1200 associates.
Since its first expansion, in the late 1950s, Floyd Memorial has responded to community needs and national trends by undergoing numerous renovations to provide the latest health care services to the region.