Coupled with more than 100 physicians (active, courtesy, consulting) on staff, in 19 specialties, MGH&FC has positioned itself to be the pride of the area.
- About MGH&FC
We put patients first. We provide quality care to assist the individuals of our community to restore and preserve their health. We conserve patient and community resources through a sustainable, financially viable, coordinated system of health care delivery.
Scope is mailed out four times a year to households in Mason County. It encompasses news and happenings at MGH&FC, community events, classes, support groups, and new and featured providers.
Weston Appointed to Hospital Board of Commissioners as Trucksess Retires
After nearly fifteen years serving on the three-person Board of Commissioners for Public Hospital District No. 1, Nancy Trucksess has retired. Gayle Weston, branch manager for Shelton Key Bank, was appointed by remaining Board members Scott Hilburn and Don Wilson to fill the position.
History of MGH&FC
Public Hospital District No. 1 of Mason County is now known as Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics (MGH&FC) was established in 1968. Eleven clinics and a critical access hospital comprise PHD No. 1 of Mason County. MGH&FC provides exceptional healthcare and we are known throughout Washington as one of the highest rated rural hospitals districts in the State. Many people move to Mason County for the quality of life, and soon, they too learn about the quality of healthcare available at Mason General Hospital (MGH) and within our family of clinics.
MGH is a licensed and accredited acute care hospital. It has earned, through extensive specialized training and meeting stringent qualifications, a level four trauma designation. Mason General features a level four trauma designation emergency department that operates 24/7 and it is staffed by board certified emergency services physicians, emergency services trained nurses and staff. MGH&FC also has an intensive care unit that extends privacy to the most critical patients.