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Mark Nicholson, Tomah Police Chief

Dedicated to Quality Community Care

We are honored to be part of your healthcare family and to provide top-rated care in our community.

Since 1952, Tomah Memorial Hospital has offered quality healthcare, close to home. Our award-winning hospital delivers advanced technologies, expert staff and comprehensive services with a personalized approach to care.

Our long-standing commitment to helping our neighbors stay well is accomplished through our wide range of medical services, including emergency care, inpatient and outpatient surgery, rehabilitation therapies, hospice and palliative care and much more.

We look forward to providing care well into the future with our new medical facility opening in 2019, further inspiring health, wellness and balance for patients, families and our community. Discover more about our new hospital plans.

Tomah Memorial Hospital has received numerous awards for consistent, quality community care. Learn more about the recognition we’ve received.

"The employees at Tomah Memorial Hospital are neighbors and friends. It’s very reassuring to know that you’re seeing that face of somebody else that you know that’s part of the community.

– Mark Nicholson, Tomah Police Chief













 "One of the excellent things about Tomah Memorial Hospital is the staff. They’re caring, they’re understanding, and they’re also part of our community. We know them and they know us.

– Roger Gorius, Tomah City Administrator


"Tomah Memorial is a strong partner with us in preparing kids for their future, and it's a place where our graduates can come back to.”

– Cindy Zahrte, Tomah Area School District Administrator

Peter Reichardt, President/CEO 
of F&M Bank - Tomah

"Tomah Memorial is a dynamic force in our community, not only for the quality of care they provide, but the people that they serve.”

– Peter Reichardt, President/CEO of F&M Bank - Tomah


Tina Chamber of Commerce

"What makes Tomah Memorial unique is the quality care that they’re able to give to patients. The doctors and nurses that work there are members of our community. They’re our friends and our neighbors, and that makes it extremely special for us.”

– Tina Thompson, President and CEO of Tomah Chamber and Visitor Center