Landmark Medical Center is more than just a community hospital. We take great pride in our patient care, not only in the treatment of specific illnesses, but in caring for the whole patient through a multidisciplinary approach.
Landmark Medical Center was created in 1988 by the merging of the former Woonsocket Hospital and John E. Fogarty Memorial Hospital, two healthcare institutions that had been part of the fabric of Northern Rhode Island and the neighboring Massachusetts communities for more than 130 years.
Each year, more than 175,000 people rely on Landmark Medical Center for their healthcare needs. The 214-bed Woonsocket Unit provides emergency, diagnostic, cardiac, oncologic, medical, surgical, pain management, pediatric, obstetric and rehabilitative care,
The Fogarty Unit in North Smithfield includes the Occupational Health Department and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Landmark also owns and operates the Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island (located on the Fogarty campus) and the Landmark Heart Center (located across from the Woonsocket Unit) and is affiliated with a network of physician offices throughout northern Rhode Island.