Pioneer Memorial Hospital and Nursing Facility is a 21-bed hospital able to provide a wide range of services.
The hospital opened in 1950 and has undergone various renovations over the years. Pioneer Memorial Hospital has an active medical staff of three physicians, one physician’s assistant and one advanced family nurse practitioner. Ancillary services include home health, hospice, physical therapy, radiology, and laboratory. Radiology services include x-ray, CT, ultrasound, dexa scan for bone density testing and mobile mammography and MRI. Our laboratory is licensed to perform a wide variety of on-site testing.
The hospital’s emergency department maintains an Oregon Trauma Level IV designation. All registered nurses working in the emergency department are certified in trauma care, advanced cardiac life support and pediatric life support.
In addition to acute and emergency care services, the hospital provides skilled and non-skilled nursing care. You can learn more about these services by exploring the links at the right.
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Pioneer Memorial Hospital Long-Term Care
Through our long-term care swing bed program, Morrow County Health District is pleased to offer 24-hour nursing care to chronically ill and frail residents. We meet the unique needs of residents, address family concerns, and help residents with their day-to day care. We respect the dignity of each individual to provide a safe, comfortable living environment. There is no limit to how long a qualifying individual may stay in our Long Term Care unit.
Located in the hospital, the recently remodeled Long Term Care area provides a high level of medical care. A physician supervises each patient’s care and skilled nursing care is available at all times. Our team of experienced professionals includes:
- Registered and Licensed Practical Nurses
- Certified Medication Assistants and Certified Nursing Assistants
- Licensed Therapists and Therapy Assistants
Our variety of services helps meet both the medical and non-medical needs of people with a chronic illness or disability who cannot care for themselves for long periods of time. Pioneer Memorial Nursing Facility offers:
- Private and semi-private accommodations
- High staff-to-resident ratios
- Emergency call response system in resident rooms
- A secure and comfortable living environment
- Registered Dietitian maintains optimal nutrition for all residents
- Patient visitors are welcome at any time
To learn more about our Long Term Care unit and bed availability, please contact Terri Brandt-Correia, Director of Nursing at (541) 676-2947.
PIONEER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ADDRESS
Phone: (541) 676-9133
Fax: (541) 676-2900
DIRECTOR OF NURSING
Pioneer Memorial Hospital’s emergency department is available 24/7, every day of the year.
Visitors are welcome at the hospital at any time, but visits between 9:00 pm and 6:00 am should be coordinated with the on-duty staff