By being a critical access hospital, Gibson General is able to offer a special inpatient rehabilitation program called Swing Bed
. We also offer a pain management center
, breast services
with 3D mammography, and the Multi-Specialty Health Center where ENT, cardiac, digestive, allergy and other specialty physicians see patients.
Access to primary care is available throughout the county at these locations:
Gibson General Deaconess Clinic EXPRESS Princeton
- Gibson General Physician Clinic
- Gibson General Fort Branch Rural Health Clinic
- Gibson General STAR•ONE Sports Therapy & Rehabilitation – Ft. Branch
- Brink’s Family Practice
- Gibson General Family Medicine
provides quick and convenient care for minor injuries and illnesses, school and sports physicals, breathing treatments and more.
Since 1907, Gibson General Hospital has met the health care needs of the people and communities it serves. We continue this endeavor by creating strategic partnerships, expanding services, keeping patients close to home and focusing on high-quality medical care Centered Around You.
Gibson General Hospital in Princeton, Indiana is a critical access hospital. Critical access is a federal designation for hospitals with no more than 25 inpatient beds, an annual average length of stay of no more than 96 hours for acute care, 24/7 emergency care and located at least 35 miles from another hospital.