Dallas County Hospital (DCH)


  • Organization TypeService Providers
  • Founded1954
Their History Originally known as the King’s Daughter’s Hospital, Dallas County Hospital was founded in 1954 and is a 25-bed critical access hospital serving patients from Dallas, Greene, Guthrie, and Boone counties. The hospital is governed by a Board of Trustees with seven members elected by the residents of Dallas County. Over the years, Dallas County Hospital has continued to focus on providing the highest quality healthcare to the people they serve through their knowledgeable staff and physicians, up-to-date facility and modern equipment. Their mission at Dallas County Hospital is “To improve the health of the people they serve”, and their vision is “Partnering to deliver quality healthcare now and into the future through passionate caregivers with open arms.” Today, they strive to bring specialized healthcare services such as radiology including mammography, chemotherapy, surgical, lab services and therapy services close to home. From wellness and prevention, to the common cold or a serious illness, their physicians and staff continue to recognize their responsibility to serve the community and set the standard in compassionate, convenient and cost-effective medical care.

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  • 610 10th Street, Perry