On June 15, 1987, Cumberland Hall Hospital opened its doors with just five patients and a few staff members as a psychiatric treatment facility for adolescents. Today, they also help children, adults and those who’ve served in the military who are dealing with various conditions that range from traumatic stress and bipolar disorder to anxiety, depression and addiction.
In 2012, Cumberland Hall built and moved into a 79,000-square-foot facility, which doubled the size of the hospital, just off Fort Campbell Boulevard. The larger facility has not only helped them treat more people but has allowed them to partner with the surrounding community.
Outreach efforts such as health fairs and open-house events, help to destigmatize the mental health community. With a caring, compassionate staff and a home-like atmosphere at the facility, Cumberland Hall is proud be part of the Hopkinsville community and the surrounding area.
Recognized by Universal Health Services (UHS), Cumberland Hall is one of 12 Centers of Excellence that operate as a part of its Patriot Support Program.
Cumberland Hall’s mission is to provide superior healthcare services — services that patients feel good about recommending to families and friends, services that physicians and purchasers prefer for their patients, and last but not least, services that team members are proud of.