Madison Memorial Basketball Team

Your Team in Our Community!

MMH Basketball Team

Congratulations to the Madison Memorial Basketball team for winning the 2013 City League Championship.  Since 2011 Madison Memorial Hospital has participated in the City League Basketball Tournament.  Various teams from the community compete for a chance to claim the ridiculously large traveling trophy.  Since the tournament began MMH has won two of the three Championships.


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Madison Takes Sweepstakes

Madison Memorial Hospital

In response to Madison County’s centennial Fourth of July parade. Madison Memorial Hospital assembled a parade entry called, a Ride through Time. This float took the sweepstakes. We were the best looking float with over fifty bike riders and an awesome float.


We send out a warm thank you for the hours donated by volunteers, the float committee, Sticks and Stones & Madison Memorial Hospital Foundation who helped us purchase bike helmets and help with our bike checks. Another special thanks to the Rexburg Police and the Madison County emergency response team with the bike safety training event. We love being a part of this community!


Kids Bike Safety Training

Kids Bike Safety Training at Madison Memorial Hospital

Bike Safety

Train your kids this year with Bike safety at the Madison Memorial Hospital Parking Lot. June 29th, between 10 Am to 12 Pm.  First 100 kids at the event who commit to ride in the 4th of July parade with us will get a free helmet voucher (ages 4-12) and material to decorate their bikes. When they present their voucher before the parade, they will receive their helmet and ride with us in the parade. Madison Fire Department and Sticks and Stones will also be helping with the bike checks and safety training. We’d like to thank Sticks and Stones for co-sponsoring the helmets with our Foundation!




Career Opportunities


Career Opportunities with Madison Memorial Hospital


Focusing on our values of Teamwork, Integrity, Initiative, Respect and Caring we Madison Memorial Hospital is actively seeking an Echocardiogram Sonographer to work Full-time or Part-time




Madison Memorial Hospital Installs State’s First Hospital Automated Prescription Drug Dispenser:

Offers Patients Unprecedented New Level of Care and Convenience


Rexburg, Idaho – Madison Memorial Hospital  offers InstyMeds, a fully automated ATM-style machine that dispenses prescription medications directly to patients immediately before leaving the hospital ER. The system, the first of its kind in any hospital in Idaho, offers a safe, convenient way for patients to receive their prescription medications.


“This new system offers patients of the hospital the opportunity to get their prescriptions filled when the local retail pharmacies are closed,”  says Dorsie Sullenger, Director of Pharmacy.  “InstyMeds allows them to get a full course of their prescribed medication so they can concentrate on their healing process at home.   We believe this will enhance patient compliance and provide a much needed service for after hour pharmacy dispensing.


The InstyMeds system automates the entire process from the prescriber issuing the prescription, to the patient obtaining their medications, and payment collection. The patient can obtain their medications and be on their way in about the same time it takes them to use their bank ATM.


How it works. The medical provider enters a prescription electronically and gives patients a voucher with a unique security code. Using the touch-screen of the InstyMeds dispenser, the patient enters the unique security code and their date of birth. The billing information is automatically submitted to the insurance company. The patient then swipes a debit or credit card to pay for their copay portion.  After the machine performs a triple bar code safety check, the pre-packaged, labeled product is dispensed from the machine to the patient. The entire process typically takes a couple of minutes.


Patient Compliance: Studies show that between 20 and 30 percent of prescriptions that doctors write go unfilled. The added convenience of the InstyMeds system increases the likelihood that the patient will fill their prescription and undergo the medication treatment plan. At Madison we often see patients visiting us from out of the state, and are staying in our resort communities. They are seen in our emergency room, treated and prescribed a medication. Unfortunately, our community does not have 24/7 pharmacies. Often patients will leave and never fill their script due to unavailability.  By offering this service only when the area pharmacies are closed we hope to increase patient compliance.  “As a county-owned hospital we continue to look for new ways to provide high quality care to our patients. We are excited to have been granted the first opportunity by the Board of Pharmacy to offer this type of service”, says Rachel Gonzales, CEO.

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