Great River Medical Center
Great River Medical Center
Founded:
1895
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Founded:
1895
  • Great River Health System-Keokuk had a great turnout for its employee ugly sweater contest last week. The winner? Jessica Cramsey, who is wearing the black vest in the front row.
  • Avoid spreading the flu and other seasonal illnesses by following the 3 Cs: Cover your cough. Clean your hands. Confine sick people at home.
  • Great River Health System and Fort Madison Community Hospital (FMCH) have entered into an agreement to evaluate a merger of the two health care facilities. The due diligence phase, which helps determine viability of a merger, is expected to last three to six months. A merger would help ensure continuation of high-quality primary and specialty care in southeast Iowa by a locally owned health system. Great River Health System is based in West Burlington, and FMCH is in Fort Madison. Read more: https://greatrivermedical.org/news/2017/southeast-iowa-hospitals-to-evaluate-merger-2017-12-22
  • To protect patients, Great River Medical Center is limiting visitors until flu season ends. General visiting People who are 14 or younger are not allowed to visit. Emergency Department Visiting is limited to one adult. Patients who have flu-like symptoms will be asked to wear masks to protect others in treatment and waiting areas. Obstetrics Unit Only spouses or partners, grandparents and healthy siblings of the baby may visit. Siblings must be free from flu symptoms for 48 hours before visiting. Pediatrics Unit If a patient is in isolation for any reason, visitors will be limited to parents and grandparents. The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by flu viruses. It can cause mild to severe illness, and it can lead to death. People can infect others with the flu about 24 hours before they have symptoms. Those who have been exposed to someone with the flu or who have flu symptoms should not visit patients. Symptoms include: Body aches Cough or sore throat Diarrhea or vomiting Fever or chills Headache Runny nose Tiredness

Great River Health System-Keokuk had a great turnout for its employee ugly sweater contest last week. The winner? Jessica Cramsey, who is wearing the black vest in the front row.

Avoid spreading the flu and other seasonal illnesses by following the 3 Cs: Cover your cough. Clean your hands. Confine sick people at home.

Great River Health System and Fort Madison Community Hospital (FMCH) have entered into an agreement to evaluate a merger of the two health care facilities. The due diligence phase, which helps determine viability of a merger, is expected to last three to six months. A merger would help ensure continuation of high-quality primary and specialty care in southeast Iowa by a locally owned health system. Great River Health System is based in West Burlington, and FMCH is in Fort Madison. Read more: https://greatrivermedical.org/news/2017/southeast-iowa-hospitals-to-evaluate-merger-2017-12-22

To protect patients, Great River Medical Center is limiting visitors until flu season ends. General visiting People who are 14 or younger are not allowed to visit. Emergency Department Visiting is limited to one adult. Patients who have flu-like symptoms will be asked to wear masks to protect others in treatment and waiting areas. Obstetrics Unit Only spouses or partners, grandparents and healthy siblings of the baby may visit. Siblings must be free from flu symptoms for 48 hours before visiting. Pediatrics Unit If a patient is in isolation for any reason, visitors will be limited to parents and grandparents. The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by flu viruses. It can cause mild to severe illness, and it can lead to death. People can infect others with the flu about 24 hours before they have symptoms. Those who have been exposed to someone with the flu or who have flu symptoms should not visit patients. Symptoms include: Body aches Cough or sore throat Diarrhea or vomiting Fever or chills Headache Runny nose Tiredness

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