Generations of Quality in Care
Founded in 1939 as Rolla Community Hospital, Presentation Medical Center (PMC) continues to provide quality care to generations of families. At PMC we provide our patients with the best care possible at a local level, making sure our patients receive the needed help, preventive measures, and necessary services to live a healthy life style and grow within a healthy community.
Our IdentityPresentation Medical Center is a 25 bed critical access hospital located in Rolla, North Dakota.
Presentation Medical Center in union with the Sisters of Mary of the Presentation, is a Catholic healthcare organization. Through the power and example of Jesus Christ and his gospel values, we are committed to joyfully provide wholistic care and healing with integrity, compassion and respect to all we serve.
Our Logo's Symbolism
- The Cross represents Christ.
- The "M" represents Mary who is the patroness of the Sisters of Mary of the Presentation.
Both the Cross and the "M" retain the symbolism found on the rings the Sisters wear. On the emblem, the Cross is rooted in the earth where our lives and ministry take place. The oval shape of the emblem signifies the Church and also the Congregation.