Clarke County Hospital – New Visitor Restrictions Starting March 25, 2020

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Effective Wednesday, March 25th, visitors are NOT allowed within Clarke County Hospital unless the visitor is a designated caregiver or the patient falls into one of three categories listed below: The patient is an infant or small child. In this case only one designated parent/caregiver may be

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SPECIAL NOTICE: Clarke County Live Broadcast: COVID-19 Update and Q & A

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE What: Clarke County Live Broadcast: COVID-19 Update and Q & A When: Thursday, March 19 – 1:00 pm A one hour discussion led by Clarke County Public Health and a panel including leaders from local government, healthcare and school districts to bring Clarke County

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Coronavirus and COVID-19: When Rumors Fly, Turn to Trusted Resources

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Coronavirus and COVID-19 are hot topics in the news. Clarke County Hospital and Clinics encourages everyone to count on trusted resources for their updates and how to prevent illnesses and the spread of any diseases.

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Clarke County Hospital Now Offering Home Sleep Studies

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The National Sleep Foundation estimates that 40 million Americans suffer from a sleep disorder. Sleep disorders include trouble falling (insomnia) or staying asleep, falling asleep at the wrong times (narcolepsy), too much sleep, or abnormal behaviors during sleep. One of the most common sleep disorders is sleep

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Reynolds Announces Clarke County Hospital as Recipient of $25,000 Future Ready Iowa Grant

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Iowa Governor, Kim Reynolds, announced last week that Clarke County Hospital (CCH) was among 22 recipients to receive grants from the Future Ready Iowa Employer Innovation Fund. Awarded $25,000 out of a pool of $568,000, the sum is set up as a matching grant to help the

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CCDC Awards Final $150,000 Pledge to Clarke County Hospital

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In 2015, the Clarke County Development Corporation (CCDC) Board committed to a $500,000 matching grant to Clarke County Hospital in support of the expansion efforts at the hospital. To be distributed in annual payments over five years (2015 – 2020), the grant helped kick off the $24

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Clarke County Hospital Extends Hours for Mammogram Appointments

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Now through September 13th, Osceola’s Clarke County Hospital has extended their operating hours giving patients more time and availability to schedule mammograms. According to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation: Mammography is good at finding breast cancer, especially in women ages 50 and older. Overall, the

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Call To Action: Clarke County Health Needs Assessment Survey

How can you help Clarke County get and stay more healthy? The walking paths, bike sharing program, health and wellness classes and activities available to the community have made a tremendous impact on where Clarke County and Osceola ranks for health in the state (improving from 98th

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Clarke County Hospital Acquires UnityPoint Clinic to Meet Growing Demand

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Starting Monday, July 1st, the UnityPoint Clinic will become the Clarke County Clinic as a department of the Clarke County Hospital. With expanded hours and additional providers, this move will ensure long-term viability of the clinic, and create an opportunity to expand access to care for the

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May 30th Clarke County Hospital Hosts Mental Health and Wellness Night – Thursday Night in The Park

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The 2019 Thursday Night in the Park events are around the corner and May 30th’s Mental Health and Wellness Night is a great way to kick off the season! The evening is presented by Clarke County Hospital and Crossroads Behavioral Health Services. Make sure you read below

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SWCC & Clarke County Hospital Work to Answer EMT Demand

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Starting in January of 2019, SWCC, along with support from Clarke County Hospital, will be offering classes for Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). With the success of last year’s Emergency Medical Responder training, and with ever-increasing demand, the new EMT program will be open to anyone who qualifies

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Clarke County Hospital Awarded Federal Grant to Help Families

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Regional training Network to Address Childhood Trauma The United States Department of Agriculture has awarded Clarke County Hospital (CCH) a $314,742 grant to help families in Southern Iowa affected by childhood trauma. The grant will be used to upgrade and extend CCH’s regional video distance learning network

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Don’t Miss Manufacturer’s Day 2018!

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In recognition of October’s Manufacturer’s Month, businesses from Osceola and south-central Iowa will be taking part in a unique event focused on local and regional manufacturing employment opportunities. Osceola and south-central Iowa is a hotbed for manufacturing jobs. Skilled employees are a premium to employers like Salford,

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Rural Iowa Veterans Gain Better Medical Access Through New Telemedicine Partnership

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Clarke County Hospital in Osceola, Iowa and the Veterans Administration in Des Moines recently partnered in a telemedicine exchange offering a rural Veteran a much-needed cardiology consultation. While telemedicine services are not unique to Clarke County Hospital nor the V.A. – both of whom have offered the

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