History of St.Vincent Randolph
St.Vincent Randolph opens its doors and begins providing health services to area residents.
The hospital joins St.Vincent Health and the Ascension Health family on July 1, 2000.
A new hospital with all private rooms opens in November 2001.
An 18,000-sq. ft addition is completed in June 2002, and expands the
Fidler Medical Pavilion in Winchester to include housing for:
- Orthopedic services
- Additional primary care
- Additional specialty services
- A 12-bay dialysis center
Today, our facility is a 25-bed critical access hospital and a
JCAHO-accredited rural health system. We have two federally designated
rural health clinics and employs more than 200 associates.