Cameron Memorial Community Hospital had its roots in two Angola hospitals. Cameron Memorial Hospital was founded in 1926 by Dr. Don F. Cameron. Elmhurst Hospital was established by Dr. Lester L. Eberhart in 1945. In 1972 the two hospitals were merged as one hospital, with the combined facility located at its present site at 416 East Maumee Street in Angola, Indiana. Cameron Hospital is a 25-bed Critical Access general community hospital. It is not governmental, and there is no tax support. Cameron is a not-for-profit facility.
Through the years we have helped generation after generation enjoy better health and live comfortably. Our hospital continues to serve the medical needs of our community. Over the years we have continually enhanced the way we deliver healthcare. The physicians and staff of Cameron Hospital care for and about our community, and will continue to strive for excellence in healthcare.
Serving the Needs of Angola and the Surrounding Area
We have managed to make quality healthcare a reality for Steuben County and the surrounding area. Being part of the community has been an important goal throughout the years, and with your support and loyalty we can continue to provide health services that you can depend on.
Our total care team includes primary care physicians, visiting specialists, surgeons, nurses and other healthcare professionals who are highly skilled and dedicated to providing the best possible care. Our goal is to be your trusted and lifelong partner for health and wellness services. Cameron Hospital is proud to partner with the 15 community-based physician members of our Active Medical Staff.
Cameron Memorial Community Hospital is your community hospital.
For more information, call (260) 665-2141