About Major Health Partners
Providing Friendly, Patient-Centered Healthcare in Shelbyville
Major Health Partners is a leading healthcare provider for patients, not
only in Shelby County, Indiana, but also from the southeastern part of
the state. Since 1924, Major Health Partners has grown to offer a wide
spectrum of services, leading the region in many areas of healthcare delivery.
We provide quality care through our unique combination of state-of-the-art
technology, modern facilities, and personal service. We give you all of
the advantages found at the large urban hospitals, combined with genuine
- The Major Difference
- Served as one of the first hospitals in Indiana to implement a complete
electronic medical record for its patients
- Ranked three times in the Top 100 Most Wired Hospitals in America with
the most advanced computer systems according to Hospitals and Health Networks
- Awarded the Top 25 Rural and Small Town Most Wired Award by HHNM in 2006
- Ranked highly by Press Ganey, a national, independent ranking service,
for inpatient satisfaction in Central Indiana
- Ranked three times as a Top 100 Hospital in American by Thompson Reuters
- Secured a national reputation as one of the nation’s leading hospitals
in health informatics and patient satisfaction
All MHP Physicians are Board Certified or Board Eligible. This unusually
high level of achievement promises that you will receive expert care from
our full line-up of excellent Primary Care and Specialty Care Physicians.
When choosing an MHP physician, you can be confident that you will receive
quality care from quality people.
Major Health Partners exists to create and deliver superior health care
solutions by providing our patients and other customers with optimal clinical
and economic outcomes.
We will attain these goals by combining the following attributes:
Attracting and retaining a professional, adaptable, caring staff dedicated
to lifelong learning using a continuous quality improvement process. Our
staff will be measured and rewarded using these same principals.
Combining innovation, existing clinical technologies, disease prevention,
management and information technologies to meet customer needs.
As a public entity, we must make the best use of our financial and human
resources so we can care for patients without regard for their ability
to pay. We must also function as the community’s leader in upgrading
the level of health and wellness in the community."