For more than 100 years, Woodlawn Hospital has provided quality healthcare to the residents of Fulton County and surrounding areas. Woodlawn Hospital has grown from a small house on Pontiac Street to a 25-bed critical access hospital on 33 wooded acres, which can be viewed from every patient room. From our beginnings in 1905, Woodlawn Hospital has been a leader in rural healthcare. With state-of-the-art technology and compassionate, patient-centered care, Woodlawn Hospital offers a wide range of services including a birthing center, cancer center, emergency medical services, laboratory services, critical care, and medical/surgical units, radiology, rehabilitation services, respiratory care services, sleep center, inpatient and outpatient surgical services, and more.
Rochester is located on the banks of Lake Manitou. It is named after Rochester, New York. Fulton County was created in 1836 and named after Robert Fulton, the inventor of the steamboat. Local Native Americans believed that a monster lived in Lake Manitou, and the area was uninhabited until the 18th century. Early settlers named it Devil’s Lake. As the seat of Fulton County, Rochester features a downtown area lined with beautiful historical buildings. Within these attractive properties, visitors can find one-of-a-kind boutiques, specialty shops, a delightful café, and splendid restaurants. Nearby colleges and universities include the University of Notre Dame, Indiana University-South Bend, Indiana Wesleyan University and Valparaiso University.
|1400 E 9th St, Rochester, IN 46975
|BE required / BC preferred
|MD or DO
|12 Hour Shifts
|9,120 Annual Volume
|CPSI / Evident