cs Grant Regional Health Center

Join our established team in Lancaster, WI!

Grant Regional Health Center, formerly known as Lancaster Memorial Hospital, opened its doors on Sept. 19, 1955, but plans for development started 10 years earlier. In 1945 a small group of citizens began considering the possibility of a new hospital. It wasn't until 1952, when Lancaster became eligible for government grants, that a new group, under the chairmanship of Albert Weber, started planning again.

In 1999 Grant Regional Health Center completed a $5.9 million construction and equipment project. With that expansion, the hospital made a significant commitment to the community to meet existing and future needs for healthcare services. The project included expansion of the outpatient, emergency and surgery departments, allowing for greater capabilities and improved services. As a major component in the effort to provide greater convenience, Grant Community Clinic relocated to the Madison Street level of the new campus. The project also included a central entry location and improved patient and visitor circulation throughout the facility.

Grant Regional Health Center (GRHC) is deeply rooted in its surrounding communities, and provides many established programs and services to support community health. GRHC has once again collaborated with a number of area agencies to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) in compliance with IRS 501(r) guidelines. Our partners include Gundersen Boscobel Area Hospital and Clinics, Crossing Rivers Health, UW Extension, Grant County and Crawford County Public Health Departments, Aging and Disability Resource Center, and others.

Please select the location you would like to work.

NOTE: You may also narrow your search by selecting a profession and a specialty

Title / Specialty Facility Location Posted
Apply Grant Regional is seeking an OBGYN physician in Lancaster, WI! Obstetrics & Gynecology Grant Regional Health Center Lancaster, Wisconsin 2023-03-13
Physician Jobs by Specialty