CORNERSTONE OF OUR COMMUNITY
Mendota Community Hospital has always been more than just a hospital; it has been a cornerstone of the Mendota community.
Prior to opening in 1951, residents, business people and corporations of Mendota and surrounding communities donated all of the funds required to build and equip the Mendota Community Hospital, using no tax dollars. This original hospital was named as a memorial to all who made the supreme sacrifice in World Wars I & II.
In 2011, we opened the doors to our new replacement hospital located east of Mendota on U.S. 34. And when you walk through the doors of our new hospital, you’ll quickly discover healthcare designed with you in mind.
Today, Mendota Community Hospital is one of the largest employers in the community with more than 300 employees on staff. Directed by a volunteer board, our Critical Access Hospital (CAH) is an acute care nonprofit corporation.