General Surgery

Perry County Memorial Hospital surgeons, Dr. Gilbert Field & Dr. Jerry Pearson are able to provide a wide range of surgical procedures including laparoscopic cholecystectomy, comprehensive breast care for benign/malignant diagnosis, endoscopic procedures of the upper and lower gastrointestinal tract, colon cancer surgery, surgical biopsy and excision of skin cancers, advanced laparoscopic and open hernia repairs, lesion removal and other general surgery. All Perry County Memorial Hospital surgeons are Board Certified. 

Physical Therapy

At Perry County Memorial Hospital, we offer a fully-equipped physical therapy department to treat a variety of conditions. Our physical therapists are highly-trained individuals who utilize various modalities. Many times continued rehabilitation is necessary following discharge from the acute care setting. Our outpatient department allows the patient to continue their rehabilitation with familiar therapists with whom they have developed a trusting relationship. 

Obstetrical Services

At Perry County Memorial Hospital we strive to provide the best Obstetrical Services for our families. We believe it is important for our families to have a smooth transition with their new baby whether first time parents or a growing family. The first few hours of life are both important and exciting. Our team at PCMH is ready to help you feel more comfortable and answer any questions you may have entering parenthood. Give us a call today at (812) 547-9661 to schedule an appoint with our Board Certified physician, Dr. Juan Cornejo.

Wound Care

Specializing in helping patients recover from long-term wounds, surgical wounds, and ulcer wounds, the Wound Care Center at Perry County Memorial Hospital offers advanced wound dressings and treatments to heal:

  • Diabetic Foot Ulcers 
  • Pressure Ulcers 
  • Surgical Wounds 
  • Traumatic Wounds 
  • Any wound that has not healed in 4 weeks 

To schedule a visit to the PCMH Wound Care Center, please call (812) 772-0551.

Cancer Treatment

Perry County Memorial Hospital has established the Cancer Treatment Program to provide support for cancer and hematology patients – and the people who care for them – in an environment as close to home as possible. All services, which include, care, education and support, are state-of-the-art, safe, convenient and reflect our commitment to healing. For information on referral to the PCMH Cancer Treatment Center Program ask your family physician, or call the Cancer Treatment Center Nurse at 812-547-0106.


Causes of Skin Cancer

Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light is one of the most common causes of skin cancer, and it can lead to a deadly form of skin cancer known as melanoma.