Originally established in 1951 as the Jackson County Hospital Board, the Jackson County Health Care Authority was incorporated in 1990 with the purpose of providing professional health care services to the residents of Jackson County, Alabama. The JCHCA is represented by a Board of Directors made up for nine members, each appointed by the Jackson County Commission. The Board of Directors is the governing body for the collective group of health care organizations.
Beginning as one hospital, many years later JCHCA has grown into a comprehensive system of health care organizations with over 700 employees providing continuous care to the Jackson County community and surrounding areas.
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