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Oaklawn Hospital is the assumed name for Ella E.M. Brown Charitable Circle, an independent, locally-controlled non-profit corporation. Oaklawn was founded in 1925 by a group of visionary philanthropists as a 12-bed hospital in a residential home.
Oaklawn owns and operates a hospital licensed for 77 acute care beds and 17 inpatient psychiatric beds. All inpatient care and most outpatient services are delivered in the main hospital building located in downtown Marshall, Michigan. Marshall is the seat of Calhoun County and is situated near the junction of Interstate Highways 94 and 69 in south-central Michigan. In addition to the main hospital facility, Oaklawn owns several properties used for various outpatient services which are located in Marshall and in nearby communities. Oaklawn draws most of its patients from central and eastern Calhoun County and adjoining parts of Branch County, Jackson County and Eaton County. Oaklawn's medical staff of more than 250 providers representing over 30 specialties.
Please see the below Document for Oaklawn Hospital's FY2023Q3 Management's Comments. These Management's Comments are accurate as of February 15, 2023. If you would like to obtain the full FY2023Q3 Quarterly Disclosure Report, please click the Link button below.