Welcome to War Memorial Hospital
*** Our online bill pay is currently down due to software upgrades. We thank you for your patience as we work to better serve all of our customers. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope to have this back up soon.
We have been receiving phone calls from concerned residents in regards to a letter they received from a company called FastHealth. For more information on this, please follow the below link.
War Memorial Hospital has served our communities for more than 100 years and employs more than 900 individuals who are deeply committed to delivering patient-focused care.
WMH is home to a 49-bed acute care hospital, a 51-bed Long Term Care unit, a brand-new Emergency Department, a 30,000-square foot Rehabilitation Center, and several satellite clinics located throughout the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan. We believe in healthcare that is delivered close to home by the highly-trained people you know and trust.
Flu restrictions in effect for 1st floor OB department (posted January 12th, 2018)
- No visitors under the age of 18
Each patient is limited to 2 visitors during their stay.
- If flu-like symptoms are present in any visitors, you will be restricted from visiting
Please understand this is for the safety of our patients and those who must be here to care for your loved ones.
We appreciate your understanding ~ WMH Management
Apr 28, 2018Annual War Memorial Hospital Community Baby Shower
May 9, 2018WMH Teddy Bear & Doll Health Clinic
May 20, 2018WMH Mental Health Mile & 5K
May 21, 2018Look Good Feel Better
War Memorial Hospital is on the journey to becoming a High-Reliability Organization (HRO) and is one of only nine hospitals in the State of Michigan selected. Click above for all the details!
War Memorial Hospital will be receiving special recognition for scoring in the Top 20 Rural Community Hospitals in the U.S., for the second year in a row.
Quite a large number of patients come from all over the U.P. to see these physicians and having two office locations will help provide more convenience to the patients
A creative approach to engaging children to read is sprouting from a new collaboration between War Memorial Hospital, Meijer, the Eastern Upper Peninsula Great Start Collaborative and United Way of the EUP.