Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital
Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital is a community, non-profit hospital that opened in 1951. It plays an integral role in the Munson Healthcare delivery system by providing high quality emergency and outpatient services to the communities it serves. The hospital provides nearly 40,000 outpatient visits each year, including more than 11,000 radiology tests. In 1999, Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital became the first Critical Access Hospital in the state, leading the way for other hospitals to achieve this status for special Medicare reimbursement. Our primary mission is to serve the health care needs of residents and visitors in Benzie County.
Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital serves nearly 40,000 patients per year.
The facility has eight acute care beds and an attached 39-bed Rehabilitation and Long-term Care Unit. Paul Oliver provides 24-hour emergency services, both through the emergency room and ambulance service. Six family practice physicians with offices located in Benzie County are on the hospital's medical staff.