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MCMH + Clinics Brings Latest Technology and Techniques to Southwest Iowa

July 23, 2023

Nestled on the top of the hill off of Highway 34 in Red Oak, Iowa, stands Montgomery County Memorial Hospital + Clinics. For more than 100 years, MCMH has been committed to caring for families throughout Southwest Iowa while using the latest in technology and techniques. 

Our main campus is home to a variety of services, including our Specialty Outpatient Clinic. We offer more than two dozen specialties from cardiology to urology. Our clinic allows patients to get the care they need without driving to the Omaha Metro.
Not only can our patients see providers from the city locally, they can also see them via tele-health. MCMH tele-health services include: endocrinology, epilepsy, perinatology, psychiatry, pulmonology and stroke care. Patients can come to our hospital and visit face-to-face with specialty providers that are in the city. It’s a great way to bridge the gap, but still provide quality care to patients. 

A positive that came from the pandemic is virtual visits. Since Spring 2020, our providers have been able to reach those patients who may be homebound or too sick to come into the office for care. Via phone, tablet or computer, our providers are able to see patients wherever they may live. 

MCMH has two satellite clinics in Villisca and Malvern. These clinics are full-service primary care clinics. The offer wellness exams, immunizations, sports physicals, well-child checks, same-day appointments and more! The Malvern Medical Clinic also offers DOT physicals and Radiology services on-site!

While MCMH continues to evolve and advance, you can still find our small-town, Midwestern values in the smiling faces of our staff. We care about our patients, because we are our patients. We sit next to you at the basketball games, community volunteer boards and in daycare line pickup. We look forward to caring for Southwest Iowa for another 100 years. 

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