Latest News & Updates

Low-dose lung cancer screening program now offered

Harrison Memorial Hospital now offers low-dose CT scans that help doctors detect lung cancer before symptoms occur. This low-dose CT scan has been proven to save lives by discovering lung cancer in its earliest stages.

“According to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, it is estimated that screening could save 20,000 lives a year,” says Sheila Currans, HMH Chief Executive Officer. “By offering this program, we hope to be able to save more lives in our community.”

Hospital expansion project well underway; positively impacts patients

Over the past year, we have communicated the hospital’s plan for a multi-million dollar expansion/renovation project designed to enhance the patient experience, while still allowing flexibility for future growth. Today, the project is in full swing, with our patients already benefiting from many of the planned changes. 

Several new providers added to medical staff

Harrison Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce the addition of the following new providers to our staff, ensuring we provide the best possible care to our patients.