CCH was recognized at the CCDC and OCMS Annual Dinner for their part in retaining and growing the local workforce and their dedication to keeping our community healthy and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic… click through to the feature to read more!More CCDC News →
With fall in full swing and winter fast approaching, what better time to ask your medical provider about updating your yearly flu shot? The CDC recommends that anyone older than six months of age should receive their annual flu shot to help their body prepare for the upcoming flu season. Through Clarke County Clinic you can get the Flu vaccine as well as your COVID-19 boosters!
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An Operation Roundup grant from Clarke Electric Cooperative was given to Clarke County Hospital last week. The funding is dedicated to help pay for the purchase of equipment (called “wearables”) designed to protect ambulance drivers and EMS first responders on the job. Click through to the feature to read more.More CCDC News →
As a founding member of the Community Trauma Team serving Clarke and Decatur counties, Clarke County Hospital (CCH) has created a free resource center for the public and other communities in South-Central Iowa to support children living with Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and trauma. School districts, lawMore CCDC News →
In early April, Clarke County Hospital applied for telehealth equipment funding from the FCC, and last week CCH was notified it had been awarded $170,072 from the FCC COVID-19 Telehealth Program. “Clarke County Hospital, in Osceola, Iowa, was awarded $170,072 for tablet computers, network upgrades, and remoteMore CCDC News →