Princeton Health care Center admitted its first resident to its 120-bed facility in June 1981. At that time the facility was owned by Princeton Memorial Hospital Company, an affiliate of Princeton Community Hospital (PCH). In 1989, Princeton Health Care Center designated 60 beds to a Dementia and Alzheimer’s unit. This unit was the first of its kind in West Virginia, and is still the largest and longest serving such unit of its kind in the state. In 2005, Princeton Health Care Center received Medicare certification, in addition to its previous West Virginia Medicaid certification, for all beds. During 2009, Princeton Memorial Hospital Company changed its name to Princeton Memorial Company, to reduce confusion with PCH, and became directly affiliated with the City of Princeton.
We are a Smoke Free facility.