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Reservation Systems Updated, Clarke Co. Bike Share Program Rolls On

Clarke County Iowa Osceola Bike Share Program

After what seemed like weeks of updates to the reservation application and its integration, Clarke County Public Health is happy to announce the Clarke County bike share program, located on the east side of the Clarke County Courthouse, is set up and ready to roll. There’s plenty of

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Rural Iowa Veterans Gain Better Medical Access Through New Telemedicine Partnership

rural veteran telehealth services

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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Clarke County Fairgrounds To Be Stop on ISU’s PrISUm Solar Car Iowa Tour

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As Iowa State University’s “#SunRun18” embarks on their 99-county tour showcasing Penumbra, “the world’s first practical Solar Utility Vehicle,” Clarke County Fairgrounds will be a special stop Monday afternoon focused on celebrating local manufacturing, advanced power innovations, and tech education. The event is hosted by Alec Osceola,

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Osceola Summer Activities Start With Fern's Free Swim Mondays!

activities in osceola summer 2018

School is out, the temperatures are rising, and summer is in full swing! Summer in Osceola brings a lot of fun to the city, including baseball games, fair time, fishing, camping, and family fun. But one event that tops the list of activities for most families –

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Clarke County Hospital Supports Clarke Youth

As Clarke County Hospital reaches the end of its fiscal year, our organization likes to take a look back at the contributions we have made in the community we live and serve in. This past year has been really busy and we can’t say enough how exciting

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3rd Annual Earth Day 5K Run/Walk and Kids Nature Walk is April 21

clarke county hospital earth day 5k

Clarke County Hospital and the Clarke County Conservation Board are partnering to host the 3rd Annual Earth Day 5K Run/Walk and Kids Nature Walk on Saturday, April 21 at 10 AM. This year’s event will be held at East Lake Park in Osceola, IA.   The 5k

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Clarke County’s CROSS Region – Providing Mental Health Support Throughout South Central Iowa

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At the end of 2017, the city of Osceola and local business leaders sat down to a comprehensive planning meeting to research and plan for the greatest needs for Osceola and Clarke County. The combined efforts of Clarke Community Schools, Clarke County Supervisors, the Clarke County Development

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Get the Kids Ready for Spring with Safety Night!

Warmer spring weather brings with it the chance for families to spend evenings and weekends outside once again! Bicycles, skateboards and scooters will be dusted off and the sidewalks and streets will start to fill up with little ones enjoying the fresh air and longer days. To

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Clarke County Hospital Opens New Weekend Only Walk-In Clinic

Clarke County Hospital Walk In Clinic Weekends

As a way to expand service to our community, Clarke County Hospital is pleased to announce the opening of the new Clarke County Hospital Walk-In Clinic, a weekend only clinic designed for non-emergency medical care. The new hospital walk-in clinic will open in early February and complement

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Clarke County Hospital to Form Patient and Family Advisory Council

Clarke County Hospital Patient and Family Advisory Council

Clarke County Hospital is creating a Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC) which will have its inaugural meeting in March 2018. The Hospital is currently recruiting volunteers to be a part of the PFAC to help enhance patient experience and care delivery at Clarke County Hospital by

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