Reid Health, a not-for-profit 223-bed regional referral medical center, serves east central Indiana and west central Ohio. Reid’s service area is home to about 280,000 people in five Indiana and two Ohio counties.
The largest employer in Richmond, Reid deploys 2,200 employees in its mission and is also sustained by 359 volunteers. The hospital campus, about 100 acres, is easily accessed from U.S. 27, less than half a mile from I-70.
The mission is also supported by the Reid Foundation, which contributed $50 million to begin work on the new Reid. When the new, $330-million hospital opened in 2008, the Foundation had earmarked and distributed another $6 million for gardens, landscaping and interior art to support a healing environment.
Reid is guided by a mission of treating patients in body, mind and spirit and its team is committed to principles that ensure that care. Reid’s services contribute to the physical, psychological, social, emotional and spiritual well-being of all its patients.
Reid Health is accredited by the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP), the Indiana State Department of Health, Medicare/Medicaid, American Association of Blood Banks, and the American College of Surgeons Community Cancer Program. It consistently ranks at or near the top of governmental, professional and consumer quality surveys.
Reid Rehabilitation Services offers a comprehensive and interdisciplinary rehabilitation program assisting individuals of all ages ranging from injury recovery to speech therapy and child development assistance.
Adult Day Care of Richmond offers a structured program that provides a variety of social programming and health support in a protective setting during the daytime hours for impaired adults.
Achieva Resources provides resources which assist individuals with disabilities in “achieving greater personal, social, and economic success.”
Area 9 Agency is a local non-profit outreach organization provides a variety of services which is positioned as “your one-stop Aging and Disability resource.”
Richmond State Hospital is a public behavioral health facility operated by the State of Indiana which provides psychiatric and chemical dependency treatment to citizens on a state wide basis, serving adolescent, adult, and geriatric population groups.
Centerstone, a private, non-profit community mental health organization, offers a full range of mental health services for children, adolescents, families and adults.
Meridian Services is a progressive healthcare organization that believes in treating the “whole person” integrating physical, mental and social well-being to help people achieve their optimum health. This approach connects treatments and doctors working together to heal both the body and mind for total well-being. Meridian’s spectrum of services includes medical and behavioral health as well as programs focused on independent living support, job skills training, foster care for special needs children, and counseling and support services for victims of child abuse.
Wayne County Health Department Nursing Division/Clinic provides many standard health services regarding basic concerns and immunizations.
The Springs of Richmond provides private suites, skilled nursing and comprehensive rehabilitation services including physical, occupational, and speech therapies as well as infusion therapy, cardiac recovery, post-surgical recovery and complex medical management to assist patients in reaching optimal levels of recovery and function.
Recovery Works Cambridge City provides a continuum of care for individuals facing the challenge of addiction. Services include outpatient, residential, and sober living transitional environments. Part of the multistate Pinnacle Treatment Centers family.