Hospital, Fire Department Work Together to Procure Protective Gear

Clarke County Hospital EMS crews recently received new, advanced safety equipment in the form of armored chest plates, helmets, and emergency use kits. This came through the cooperative efforts of Clarke County Hospital, OVFD, and donations from a number of organizations across the county. This equipment will provide highly valuable safety advances for EMS as well as benefit the community…
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Congressman Zach Nunn, 3rd District, Visits Clarke County Hospital

Iowa’s 3rd District Congressman, Zach Nunn, paid a visit to Clarke County Hospital on Tuesday to talk with staff about the 340B Drug Pricing Program… Click through to read more about the Congressman’s visit…

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Clarke County Hospital Receives Recognition for Developing Local Workforce and COVID-19 Response

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!

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Clarke County Clinic Offering Flu and COVID-19 Booster Vaccines

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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Clarke County Hospital Receives Grant From Clarke Electric Cooperative’s Operation Round Up

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.

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Clarke County Awarded $100,000 Grant

Improved communication is coming to Clarke County essential services thanks to a grant from Clarke County Development Corp (CCDC). CCDC has awarded $100,000 towards the counties efforts to update their current emergency radio system. The CCDC funding was leveraged with $652,666 in federal funding from the American

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Clarke County Hospital Offers Free Well Woman Exams

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Utilizing funding awarded to the Hospital by Bras for the Cause, Clarke County Hospital is offering free Well Woman Exams. The exam includes: 3D Mammogram Screening and Image Reading Cervical Screening Lab Screening All women who would like to take advantage of this free service must mention

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Clarke County Hospital Schedules COVID-19 PFIZER Vaccine Booster Update

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Following the CDC’s recent recommendation on the PFIZER vaccine COVID-19 booster shots, Clarke County Hospital has scheduled a PFIZER vaccine booster dose clinic on Thursday, October 14, 2021. Booster dose recipients must have received the PFIZER primary series (2 doses) vaccination and fit in one of the

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Ready to Run? The Firecracker 5K Fun Run is Back!

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The annual 4th of July Firecracker 5K Fun Run is back! Organizers at Clarke County Hospital are in the heat of getting participant sign-ups and coordinating to make it a spectacular addition to this years’ 4th of July events. Interested participants are encouraged to register early so

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SPECIAL UPDATE: Over 1,000 Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine Arrive In Clarke County

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Clarke County is scheduled to receive 1,170 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, March 15. Clarke County Hospital will administer these doses on Tuesday, March 16 through Friday, March 19, in the Hospital’s Vaccination Clinic. All persons 65 years of age and older currently on the

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