About Us

Welcome to King’s Daughters’ Health. As a private, not-for-profit organization, KDH focuses its resources toward delivering excellent patient care and customer service. 


Madison Hospital and Main Campus Medical Building
Our local hospital's primary phone number: (812) 801-0800.  The main campus features an 86-bed hospital and attached physician office facility.

Mission and Values
The mission of King’s Daughters’ Health is to improve the health of our patients through care, service and education.

Tobacco-Free Campus
The campus of the Indiana hospital (and all KDH provider / service locations) is (are) tobacco-free.  This includes parking lots, sidewalks, and landscaped areas.  Thank you for helping us maintain a clean and tobacco-free environment for all of our patients, guests, and visitors.

The Board of Managers includes seven elected Bethany Circle members, two Physicians, and two independent community members.  Day-to-day operations are overseen by the Administrative team ...
President/CEO - Carol Dozier
Vice President of Finance - John Price
Vice President of Outpatient Services - Lisa Morgan
Vice President of Inpatient Services - Jennifer Liter
Vice President of Physician Services - Denine Hallgarth
Vice President of Quality - Dr. Holly Robinson 
To contact KDH Administration, contact Traci Hafer at hafert@kdhmadison.org

History of KDH
The inspiration of twelve local women became a reality when Drusilla Cravens, a wealthy widow, agreed to donate a house that was used as the first hospital on August 25, 1899.  Today, The King’s Daughters’ serves families in parts of southeast Indiana and northern Kentucky.
1899 - Hospital opened on August 25.
1915 - KDH moved to its former (downtown location on Presbyterian Ave) location.
1937 - Dr. Thomas and Martha J. Sanderson Addition opened.
1957 - Dr. Evan C. Totten Wing opened.
1971 - 4th Floor added: Druscilla Home Addition.
1978 - Rinda F. Rains Wing completed.
1984 - Two floors added to Rinda Rains Wing.
1986 - Versailles Medical Building opened.
1992 - KDH Rehabilitation Center opened on Madison's hilltop.
1994 - KDH Cancer Center opened.
1996 - Madison Internal Medicine joined KDH.
1997 - Madison Clinic joined KDH.
1999 - Trimble County Medical Building opened south of Milton.
2001 - Medical Office Building opened downtown - adjacent to Hospital.
2008 - New Hospital project approved for hilltop campus.
2010 - Groundbreaking for the new hilltop campus.
2013 - New Hospital and hilltop campus opened.
2015 - New Cancer Treatment Center opened on main campus.

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