Perry Memorial Hospital is located in Noble County, Oklahoma, along the I-35 corridor.
Originally referred to as Perry General Hospital, the first facility opened in November 1933 at 901 Sixth Street. the hospital remained at this location for almost 20 years until a new building was erected at 1120 Seventh Street in December 1952. The groundbreaking for Perry Memorial Hospital at 501 Fourteenth Street, took place on January 30, 1950, and remains there today.
On March 19, 1974, the citizens of Perry voted by a large margin to give legal authority for setting up a governing system as a Trust under the City of Perry. On July 12, 1983, an expansion proposal was put to the voters and passed by a resounding vote. Bonds were sold and groundbreaking on the first expansion began in September, 1984. The dedication of the newly expanded and modernized hospital was held on Sunday, March 1, 1987, but this was just the beginning of improvements made at PMH. The PMH Specialty Clinic was established to meet the needs of the community by providing a comprehensive scope of inpatient and outpatient services. Home Health Care , MRI Services, and Rehabilitation Services were implemented.
Perry Memorial Hospital began a $1.6 million facility improvement construction project on June 11, 2012. The project, funded by Hospital reserves, provided necessary repairs to the exterior of the building by replacing the 26 year old Exterior Insulation and Finish System (EIFS) and Windows in the original parts of the building. Interior improvements to patient rooms were made to update the look and refinish of the bathroom tile. A walk in tub was also added for the safety and convenience of our patients. This project was completed under budget in December 2012.