The entrance to Mother Theodore Hall.

Providence Health Care, a sponsored institution of the Sisters of Providence, is a skilled nursing facility at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana. Originally serving just the Sisters of Providence, as of October 2012  Providence Health Care opened to patients from the general public. PHC offers top-rated holistic care for inpatient and outpatient Physical, Occupational, Speech and Aquatic Therapy and 24-hour skilled nursing care with private rooms in a beautiful, comfortable setting. An assisted living unit is also available. For more information visit www.PHCWoods.com

Providence Health Care is the only facility in the Wabash Valley to offer an on-site aquatic therapy pool allowing even patients with limited mobility access to beneficial water therapy.

Providence Health Care is the only facility in the Wabash Valley to offer an on-site aquatic therapy pool allowing even patients with limited mobility access to beneficial water therapy.

A two-tier board governs Providence Health Care, Inc. The first tier is the General Council of the Sisters of Providence, which reserves the right to determine the mission, hire the director and approve financial strategy and policies. The second tier is a board that oversees day-to-day operations. Members of that board are Sisters Paula Damiano, Lawrence Ann Liston, Ann Margaret O’Hara, Martha Wessel, and Lisa Stallings; local physician Dr. James Turner; Dr. Margaret Pabst, retired director of holistic health for the Sisters of Providence; Mike Cassell, a hospital marketing director; Maureen Leugers, MBA, RD, CD,  a healthcare marketing manager; Curtis Wilkinson, an attorney with Wilkinson, Goeller, Modesitt, Wilkinson & Drummy;  Steve Ackman, executive director of financial operations of the Sisters of Providence; and John Wilhite, a member of the Indiana University foundation.

Gerald Dutton is the director of Providence Health Care, Inc.