About Us

Message from the CEO

As a rural community hospital, we feel a deep sense of pride and commitment to all those who place their trust in our care. Harrison County Community Hospital is committed to providing safe and high-quality healthcare by incorporating patient safety and quality into everything we do. 

Our hospital offers extensive services, including inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, a swing bed program, Senior Life Solutions, and general surgery. Our specialty services include cardiology, dermatology, endocrinology, gastrointestinal endoscopy, nephrology, neurology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, pain management, podiatry, psychiatry, pulmonology, rheumatology, and urology. Advanced technologies such as 3-D digital mammography, CT, and MRI scanning are available daily. Our rural health clinics in Bethany and Eagleville provide primary care, women’s health, and convenient after-hours care.

As the largest employer in Harrison County with 200+ employees, we are an organization that feels strongly about our culture of quality, safety and giving back to the community. Please see the career page for opportunities to join our incredible team. 

The healthcare industry is in tumultuous times. Mergers and acquisitions have changed the landscape for small healthcare organizations. Our District Board, comprised of six elected members, is focused on remaining an independent hospital. Our community’s involvement and support of our organization is key to our continued success.   

Many individuals and groups support us in special ways.

Nearly 100 community members join the HCCH Auxiliary each year, and many choose to donate time to work in our gift shop. Auxiliary members use funds they raise to purchase items for the hospital and provide scholarships to support the next generation of health care professionals.

The HCCH Foundation’s volunteer board members also help raise funds to advance the hospital and health care in our community. 

We are also grateful to work with area health and social service agencies, nursing homes, and school districts to promote health and wellness.

Finally, I want to thank you, our patients, for choosing HCCH for inpatient care, emergency services, diagnostic testing, rehabilitation therapy, specialists, and primary care.   

We value hearing feedback and suggestions. You can contact us at 

Tina Gillespie is chief executive officer of the Harrison County Community Hospital District.