DLP Maria Parham Medical Center Company History Timeline

1925
Maria Parham Hospital, Inc. was founded in 1925 by five Henderson physicians.
1926
The 27-bed facility opened its doors on July 1, 1926 with 10 patients, six of whom were transferred from Sarah Elizabeth Hospital.
1931
In May of 1931, the Maria Parham Hospital Association was incorporated by five members of the community and leased from its owners to operate it as a non-profit organization.
1943
An addition was built onto the hospital in 1943, which increased its bed capacity to 44.
1944
In January 1944, the Association purchased the hospital from its owners for 100,000, and it continues to be operated today as a non-stock, not-for-profit organization, governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.
1962
A site west of Henderson for the new hospital was given in 1962 by the heirs to the estate of Mr. and Mrs.
1965
The new 102-bed hospital, as it stood upon opening on November 4, 1965, cost roughly 2.25 million to build and another quarter million to equip.
2005
In 2005, Maria Parham added a new patient tower and remodeled much of the existing hospital at a cost of over 50 million dollars.
2011
In November of 2011, Maria Parham Medical Center was acquired by Duke LifePoint, a joint venture between Duke and LifePoint Hospitals Brentwood, TN in an innovative joint venture between Duke LifePoint and MPMC. MPMC was the first hospital in the country to commit to this type of concept.
Founded
1925
Company Founded
Headquarters
Henderson, NC
Company Headquarter

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