Sullivan County Community Hospital Begins $70 Mil Expansion

February 27, 2024|

SULLIVAN, Ind. – A community hospital in a city 40 minutes due south of Terre Haute has begun construction as part of a major multi-phase expansion.

Sullivan County Community Hospital is embarking on a $70 million expansion to expand patient access.

On Feb. 20, construction crews broke ground on a 30,000-square-foot medical office building that will serve as the hospital’s future pain management services hub.

Sullivan County Community Hospital is considered a critical access hospital because it’s the only hospital within a 35-mile radius.

Construction is anticipated to wrap up in early Spring 2025.

Space in the main hospital facility – which is now being utilized for pain management services – will transition into care for those with opiod use disorders and alcohol disorders once the new building opens.


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