Johnson Memorial Health is a nationally recognized network of physicians and advanced practice providers that provides healthcare to Johnson County and surrounding areas. With a focus on putting the patient first and instilling a family-like culture, Johnson Memorial Health is not only a premier healthcare provider of choice for the area, but the largest employer in Johnson County.
Johnson Memorial Health will provide quality health care services for our community.
Johnson Memorial Health will be the preferred health care provider for our growing community.
Johnson Memorial Health is a nationally recognized network of physicians, services and health care resources based in Johnson County, Indiana. The centerpiece, Johnson Memorial Hospital in Franklin, Indiana, has been serving as the county’s only hospital since 1947.
We proudly employ more than 100 dedicated physicians and medical specialists. We are licensed by the Indiana State Department of Health and accredited by the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program, among many other licensing and regulatory agencies.
Indiana State Department of Health License
Building to Better Serve
Johnson Memorial Health has opened a new, state-of-the-art emergency/outpatient services facility and a comprehensive rehabilitation center on the hospital's campus in Franklin. The $42 million project, the largest in Johnson Memorial Health’s history, has re-shaped the campus.
EMERGENCY/OUTPATIENT PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS
- 17,400 square-foot emergency department with a new ambulance drive and bay.
- 33,000 square-foot outpatient services space (including radiology, laboratory and wellness activities) with a separate, canopy-covered entrance for easy and safe patient access.
- A wellness suite and room for future expansion and services on the second floor.
REHABILITATION CENTER PROJECT FACTS
- The new 20,400 square-foot rehabilitation center opened in December 2017. Located on the west side of the hospital campus, the center houses physical, orthopedic, pain management, occupational and speech therapy/rehabilitation services and offices.
- No local or county tax dollars were used to fund the project.
- Indianapolis-based design firm Cripe oversaw architecture and engineering requirements.
Every three years, Johnson Memorial Hospital undergoes a thorough accreditation process by the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP). HFAP is authorized by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to survey hospitals for compliance with the Medicare Conditions of Participation and Coverage. We are reviewed for our compliance with Medicare standards, patient safety, quality improvement, environmental safety and patient care and treatment.
Quality and Safety
We hold to the Core Measures set by CMS for a patient’s hospital care. These clinical performance standards are nationally required. Click the link to compare Johnson Memorial Hospital rates with other hospitals in the state and nation.
Suburban Health Organization Partner
Johnson Memorial Health is proud to be a partner of the Suburban Health Organization (SHO).
Suburban Health Organization is comprised of twelve community-based Indiana hospitals working together to improve access to the highest quality healthcare possible. Incorporated in 1994, SHO serves its owners by providing a collaborative forum to facilitate desired integrations and outcomes, while allowing care to remain local and preserving deep-rooted ties to hospital communities. For more than 25 years, this synergetic group has created value by forming shared services, leveraging combined purchasing power, sharing best practices, and finding innovative solutions to some of healthcare’s biggest challenges. Through the partnership, we are ensuring that vital, independent community health systems continue to thrive. Together, we are creating healthier communities.
Additional partners include Goshen Health, Hancock Health, Hendricks Regional Health, Henry Community Health, Logansport Memorial Hospital, Major Health Partners, Margaret Mary Health, Marion General Hospital, Riverview Health, Rush Memorial Hospital, and Witham Health Services. These hospitals regularly collaborate with the following tertiary systems for patient care and community-based health initiatives: Ascension St. Vincent, Community Health Network, Franciscan Health and Indiana University Health.
Learn more about how we are building Strength Through Partnership at suburbanhealth.com.