The Wright Medical Center is a hospital in Clarion, Iowa, United States. In the late 1940s, when “sufficient funds were present” to hire an architect, plans were designed, a site was donated and the Community Memorial Hospital was built. An editorial in the Monitor at the time stated this about the original building: “To say that Clarion’s hospital is one of the finest structures we have ever seen is a gross understatement.” Since that time, several major additions and renovations were completed in 1962, 1966, 1972, 1982, 1992 and more recently in 1997 when Project Healthcare was completed and a new nine bed wing was opened. Community Memorial Hospital admitted its first patient on November 29, 1951. On July 2, 1993. The Meadows independent retirement community was opened. Bob and Jane Davison donated the land where the Meadows is built. Bob Davison donated the land with his wife, Jane; Bob Kay brought the idea of an independent retirement facility to Clarion and then did much of the research on the project and Bob Eaton contributed design ideas along with Bob Orcutt.
Highest paying job titles at Wright Medical Group include District Sales Manager, Software Developer, and Software Product Manager