St. Vincent Williamsport Hospital in Warren County, IN, is a critical access hospital with Board Certified Emergency Department providers. Services include general and laparoscopic outpatient surgery, comprehensive diagnostic clinical tests and medical imaging for acute or emergency care, physical therapy, respiratory care, nutritional support and education, GYN services, OP infusions, and swing bed program. The outpatient multi-specialty clinic includes cardiology, dermatology, gastroenterology, nephrology, neurology, oncology, orthopedics, pain management, and pulmonary care.
Our St. Vincent Associates have a “Spirit for Caring” and are dedicated to providing the best possible care to ensure patients can achieve their highest potential.
Physical Therapy is an important part of the healing process and is an area that has been extensively expanded in order to respond to increasing patient needs with new therapeutic interventions. These therapists address basic properties of soft tissue; biomechanics of stress and strain; acute and chronic inflammations; and the use of effective and appropriate modality/exercises to enhance the healing process.
Our Cardiology Clinic offers a variety of diagnostic cardiology procedures to determine underlying heart diseases and/or abnormalities and problems with the heart including stress tests, stress echo, Holter monitors-event recorders, and Echo 2D. If a patient needs more advanced cardiovascular care, experts are available at St. Vincent Heart Center of Indiana in Indianapolis.
Orthopedics - From muscle sprains and pains and fracture care to treatment for back, foot, ankle, hip and knee pain, or sports-related injuries, our clinical staff is trained to provide prompt and compassionate care.
Rural and Urban Access to Healthcare (RUAH) is a community service program for uninsured or underinsured individuals and families. The Williamsport Hospital Health Access Worker connects these individuals with primary health care and preventative health services in the community.
Swing Bed Program - Our swing bed program helps patients transition (swing) from one level of care to another within the hospital. After being hospitalized due to a surgical procedure or treatment for a complex medical condition, some patients may benefit from continued skilled nursing and rehabilitation therapies, which are available through the swing bed program. Learn more.
A bariatric education and support group meets at the Hospital.
Preventive Health – The Hospital participates in the community at health fairs providing health education and screenings.
A Health Careers Class (for college credit) is offered to the Bi-County Schools for Warren & Fountain Counties.
St. Vincent outpatient services provide safe, convenient, and comprehensive care for patients without the need for hospitalization. Care is provided by specialized physicians and nurses, with the dedication and attention to detail you expect from St. Vincent.
Physician specialists from surrounding cities come for regular office hours.
Our services and team include:
We complete over 90,000 procedures a year with 80% being done in house. We use MidAmerica reference Laboratory from Indianapolis, Indiana. Our reference specimens are picked up daily with an average 24 hour turnaround time.
Emergency services are provided after hours through the Emergency Department on an as needed basis.
Hours: Monday thru Friday 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Saturday 7:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Phone: (765) 762-4072
The Lab is staffed by one Medical Technologist and four Medical Laboratory Technicians credentialed by the American Society of Clinical Pathologist. We have one Pathologist from St. Claire in Crawfordsville, Indiana.
The Laboratory is credentialed by C.O.L.A. and C.L.I.A.
We understand the importance of visitors to the healing process of our patients. If visiting hours are limited in certain units they will be posted.
Family and or visitors are asked to check in at the Information Desk prior to going to the patient rooms.
St. Vincent Williamsport is committed to providing culturally and linguistically appropriate care to all our patients and their families, especially those with limited English proficiency, individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, and people with unique physical needs.
For assistance, please call 765-762-4000