Clinical Services

Decatur County Memorial Hospital in Greensburg, Indiana offers a broad range of clinical services and provides the “Quality Care You Want. Close By!” Review the lists provided and contact us if you should have any questions for us.

Anticoagulation Clinic

The Anticoagulation Clinic (ACC) at Decatur County Memorial Hospital is a physician-directed, pharmacist-managed service. All pharmacists working in the clinic have received specialized training and hold certifications in anticoagulation therapy management. After all, who knows more about medications than a pharmacist?

Cancer Care

We offer care for cancer patients and patients with blood disorders. We also now offer therapeutic phlebotomies (for individuals who have too many red blood cells due to malignant or genetic causes.) Our nurses specialize in chemotherapy administration and management of chemotherapy side effects. They care deeply about their patients and are an excellent resource for patients and families. An added benefit is the fact local patients don’t have to leave town to receive their cancer care.

Urgent Care/Emergency Center

Emergency medical services provides emergency care to the ill or injured of Decatur County. Highly-qualified paramedics, skilled EMTs and advanced EMTs with training in emergency procedures and primary medical care staff our EMS 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When we say 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we mean it! Anyone who needs urgent care can come to the emergency room at DCMH at any time and receive high-quality treatment.

Hearing Doctor/Hearing Center

Hearing loss impacts 1 of 10 people every day. Many of those afflicted know they need professional evaluation of their situation and a treatment plan, yet they don’t know where to turn for help.

Home Health Care Nursing

Our home health care services staff knows there’s no place like home when recovering from an illness. We are pleased to offer home care services for patients who need it. Home health care has many benefits. Typically, it is less expensive, more convenient and just as effective as the care you’d get in a hospital or other care facility.

Pain Doctor

Are you dealing with acute or chronic pain in Greensburg, Indiana? Decatur County Memorial Hospital in Greensburg, Indiana has a pain management center to help you. Our hospital is committed to your balanced treatment for the duration of your pain. Talk to your primary care physician today for referral to the pain management center. Our pain doctor is highly-qualified to treat your pain.


Decatur County Memorial Hospital in Greensburg, Indiana has a pharmacy open daily—including weekends and holidays. There are four registered pharmacists and five technicians on staff at DCMH. Pharmacy services include medication information, consulting for the medical and hospital staff, medication dispensing, medication monitoring, and medication/intravenous mixing and compounding, including antibiotics, chemotherapy and others.

Radiology/Imaging Services

Radiology/imaging services at Decatur County Memorial Hospital include state-of-the-art comprehensive x-ray services by registered technologists and board-certified radiologists in a fully digital, filmless department. Decatur County Memorial Hospital’s radiology/imaging department was twice voted one of America’s Top 25 “Connected” facilities by the Health Imaging and IT Magazine.

Sleep Clinic

Our sleep lab is dedicated to treating common sleep disorders. We’ve dealt with a number of sleep problems, ranging from the most simple to the most complex.

Sleep Test

We diagnose sleep disorders using a variety of methods. One such method is using the Epworth Sleepiness Scale. However, this test cannot diagnose sleep disorders on its own.


Today, more than ever, being faced with the prospect of a surgery or an outpatient procedure requires certain assurances. Not only do you want the best and safest procedure possible, you want to feel comfortable with the care you’ll receive during your stay at Decatur County Memorial Hospital in Greensburg, Indiana.

Travel Clinic

Partnering with Travel Clinics of America, Noel P. Mungcal, M.D., a family physician for 19 years, is providing the traveling public of Greensburg, Indiana with state-of-the art medical care in travel medicine at Decatur County Memorial Hospital.

Walk-in Clinic

Need urgent care for minor injuries or illness?  Decatur County Memorial Hospital in Greensburg, Indiana is excited to announce that urgent care, a division of our newest WELL Clinic, is now accepting both scheduled patients and walk-ins at 955 N. Michigan Avenue.

Corporate Wellness

As employee health care costs continue to climb, look to WorkWELL Occupational Health at Decatur County Memorial Hospital in Greensburg, Indiana as your partner in improving employee health and productivity.

Wound Care Center

Our wound care center specializes in the treatment of problem wounds, a growing concern spurred by the aging of America and the increase in diabetes. The wound care center is located across from the Decatur County Memorial Hospital outpatient/specialty clinic on the second floor of the hospital in Greensburg, Indiana.


Laboratory Services, including automated chemistry, blood banking, microbiology, and hematology, are available for inpatient and outpatient testing, physician office, nursing home, and dialysis patients. Our laboratory is accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP) and serves emergency patients and inpatients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Outpatient Clinic

The outpatient clinic provides space for physicians from a variety of specialties to conduct patient visits at Decatur County Memorial Hospital. In many instances they will also perform procedures and surgeries in our facility. If you’d like more information or need to schedule an appointment phone 663-1311.

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient treatment is offered at Decatur County Memorial Hospital in Greensburg, Indiana. The Medical/Surgical Unit provides quality inpatient care for general medical and surgical patients covering a broad spectrum from infants through geriatrics. Care is provided by a team of health care professionals, including physicians, nurses, social workers, laboratory technologists, cardiopulmonary technologists, radiology technologists, dieticians, speech therapists, pharmacists, occupational therapists, and physical therapists.