Stroud Municipal Hospital was constructed in 1978 as a result of the Stroud community coming together and forming the Stroud Hospital Authority to make the dream of having quality healthcare close to home a reality. The hospital continued to grow and serve the community throughout the 1980s and1990s. In May 1999 the tornado damaged the hospital resulting in it being closed until March 2001. At the re-opening of the hospital the name was changed to Stroud Regional Medical Center. The Stroud Hospital Authority sold the hospital in November 2002 and the current owner of the facility, One Cura, has owned the hospital since 2011.
Hospital vision:To be the healthcare provider of choice in our region.