The Meeker Community has a 65-year tradition of caring for one another and delivering compassionate healthcare near the comfort and convenience of home. We are proud to extend that Pioneering spirit into the construction of a new medical facility that aims to support the health journey of each person who lives, works and plays near Meeker.
Through the examples of people like Freeman Fairfield, who first built Pioneers Hospital in 1950, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Walbridge, who funded the creation of our town’s long-term care facility, we can see how one action – one caring heart – can forever impact the lives of individuals and an entire community.
These examples of love for humanity and one’s neighbors show us the power we have to make a difference.
Such inspiration is the motivation behind the Pioneering Spirit Campaign to support additional services as part of the construction of the new Pioneers Medical Center campus.
Will you invest in strengthening hometown healthcare and channel your “inner pioneer” to help guide the progress of the care you expect, need and want from Pioneers Medical Center?
The Pioneering Spirit Campaign is your opportunity to:
Show You Care.
Step Forward to Say Your Community Can Count On You.
Pledge to Be a Pioneer!
We invite you to learn more about the new facility construction, read our informational brochure, view the latest news, consider the many ways you can support healthcare in our community, and join us and your neighbors as we Build a Better Future, Keep Quality Healthcare Close to Home and Inspire a New Generation of Pioneers!