Hospital Center History

  Putnam Hospital Center officially opened its doors in October 1964 as a 66-bed voluntary not-for-profit hospital designed to serve the medical needs of a community of 45,000. Then called Putnam Community Hospital, it evolved from the 19-bed Mahopac Emergency Hospital as the realization of a dream of concerned area residents who wanted a full service acute health care facility centrally located within the county to serve its rapidly growing population.

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