Exeter Township Medical Center was the last of the six RHC sites, opening in November 1979. Two long term members of RHC’s Board, Jewell Miller and John Bainbridge were part of a local community group who were concerned about the lack of health care services in the area. The group formed a non-profit corporation, Exeter Township Medical Center, Inc., and borrowed funds to purchase land from the local school district and built a medical center. The Exeter Township Medical Center was constructed adjacent to the former school building where a senior citizen’s center is now located. The non-profit corporation continues ownership of the facility today. The mortgage has been satisfied and Rural Health Corporation rents the facility from the citizen group.