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From a bluff overlooking the Ohio River Valley in Madison, Indiana, Madison State Hospital celebrated its 100th anniversary on August 23, 2010. Madison State Hospital has played a critical role in the lives of countless patients, their families, employees, and the community during its 100 years of existence. While caring for as many as 2,000 patients at its peak census, with improved treatments and community-based services, the new hospital now provides highly specialized psychiatric care for 150 patients.

From the broader system’s perspective, Madison State Hospital’s future direction and relevance are defined by our unique role as a highly specialized contemporary psychiatric hospital. Entering its second century of service, MSH stands strongly positioned as a state and national leader in clinical and operational excellence.

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