Charles A. Cannon, Jr. Memorial Hospital

434 Hospital Drive

Built in 1999, Charles A. Cannon, Jr. Memorial Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital that provides a comprehensive range of health care services. Cannon offers emergency and diagnostic services, such as mammography and MRI, obstetrics, surgical, restorative care, rehabilitation services, chemotherapy services, home health services, as well as inpatient and outpatient Behavioral Health services.


Mark Thornton

Sunday, April 1, 2018
Feels odd giving a hospital 5 stars, because being here is never a good thing. I broke my should boarding at Sugar and the staff here were fantasist. They were extremely efficient, professional and caring, and extremely accommodating. I was driven there by ambulance and high on meds when I left. They actually called a local officer and he drove me and my younger son back to my car to grab some things before getting a ride home. They truly were great and I appreciate help.

Mary Browning

Saturday, July 7, 2018
Still waiting for stitches two hours later. After the DR came in and said “this is going to be a tough one to put back together”, in front of our already scared son. Very unprofessional.

Laurey Epperson

Sunday, July 15, 2018
Great staff my experience there was very pleasant.

Bad English

Monday, April 9, 2018
Unprofessional and unhelpful staff. They only care about profit not the people.

Pudding Tane

Friday, Oct. 20, 2017
Very bad experience, was in a room with my boyfriend who was very sick and I was told I could sleep in his room tonight , at 1:00 am a nurse comes in and tells me I have over stayed past visiting hours . I explained to her I have permission to spend the night with him. So she led me out of the room and said she would show me to an area with a couch I could sleep on. I said I don't understand why all of the sudden I am being kicked out , her response was " well we bent the rules for you too much already" she brought me to the waiting room where there was no couch and rudely kept repeating that she had bent the rules. So I said I understand I took a seat. She said " you're not suppose to sleep in the waiting area " . This is childish and rude and all of the nurses stood around watching while I was being told this. It was inconsiderate and unprofessional.