Our Community

In 2012, Marcum & Wallace Memorial Hospital provided more 3.4 million dollars in community benefits including financial contributions to community organizations, free community health services and screenings, education of health professionals, and unreimbursed care for the poor and underserved. As a not-for-profit healthcare system, our earnings are not paid to investors. Rather, they are invested in our communities to support advanced technologies, innovative programs, new and updated facilities, and well-paying jobs. Marcum and Wallace Memorial Hospital's board, administration, employees, physicians and volunteers work to improve the health of our community every day. By building better lives we build stronger communities. Marcum & Wallace Memorial Hospital actively works to increase access to the health care services by offering free screenings to the community during the annual Mountain Mushroom Festival. Marcum & Wallace Memorial Hospital is also vested in our youth and the future of our communities, providing health education to elementary students from Estill, Lee, Owsley and Powell counties during our annual Teddy Bear Fair. Marcum & Wallace Memorial Hospital is committed to community partnerships. Working closely with local organizations, such as Kentucky Mountain Mission and the Lee County Recreation Center, our facility provides annual health care screenings and education. 

Come Join Us. 

If you would like to learn about volunteer opportunities, please call (606) 726-2110 for more information.