History

Paris Community Hospital began as a small, privately owned hospital located on the corner of East Crawford and Shaw Street in Paris, Illinois.

New Beginnings

When Drs. Charles McClelland and Gordon Sprague, the original owners, decided that the community should own the hospital, they donated Paris Community Hospital to form a foundation. Thus, The Hospital & Medical Foundation of Paris (HMFP) was founded on December 30, 1968.

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Timeline 

 

1968

Ground is broken for the current Paris Community Hospital because of a successful $1 million capital fund drive.

1970

The hospital officially opens its doors on November 9.

1992

PCHFMC purchases The Medical Center Clinic from Drs. James Acklin, Duane Haskell, and Leland Phipps. (August)

1994

The hospital also purchases the practice of Dr. Jeffry Hatcher, creating Chrisman Family Medical Center. (September)

1996

HMFP completes a hospital expansion project to construct the Family Medical Center. The combined organization becomes Paris Community Hospital/Family Medical Center.

1996

Kansas Family Medical Center opens

1999

Foundation creates the hospital’s west wing for the Rehabilitation Services Department, which includes the Physical Therapy and Cardiac Rehab Departments.

2004

Site development begins for an $11 million expansion project to build a new family medical center in Paris, IL. Additional investments are made to the facility’s infrastructure, programs, and physician recruitment.

2006

New building and interior renovations are complete. Most notable are the new private patient rooms in the hospital.

 


 

 

 

Paris Community Hospital is licensed as a Critical Access Hospital for 25 beds and has been accredited by The Joint Commission since 1998.

 

 

 

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