Mahaska Health is excited to host a Virtual Women’s Health Event during the week of October 19th – 23rd! This year, we look forward to hearing from several providers who specialize in women’s health services and are passionate about helping individuals better understand how to support their healthy lifestyle. 2020 has created many opportunities for…
March 25, 2020 – Testing reported to the Iowa Department of Public Health has indicated one positive case of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in a Mahaska County, Iowa resident. According to the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH), the individual was an adult aged 61-80 years who is believed to have contracted the virus…
Community: A group of people living in a defined geographic area, who are linked by social ties and engage in joint activities, such as work or recreation. Community Spread: Occurs where individuals have been infected with the virus in an area and cannot specifically identify the source fo the infection, or do not know how…
Mahaska Health is providing FREE colorectal cancer screening kits in March.
When a new virus like coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19) emerges on the public health scene, there are many questions.
For many Iowans on Medicare and their caretakers, Medicare plans can be confusing. Choosing the wrong plan can lead to your provider no longer being in-network, your prescriptions costing hundreds of dollars more or travel plans ruined due to gaps in your medical coverage.
Mahaska Health has implemented screening questions for patients who call to schedule appointments or those who present to the Emergency Department or walk-in clinic.
Mahaska Health is asking area residents, businesses, and organizations for their participation in a 2020 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) feedback survey.
Mahaska Health is excited to welcome Tara Stout, DNP, ARNP as the newest provider to the primary care team.
Silas Lee McCartney was born at 9:12 PM on January 2nd, making him Mahaska Health’s first baby of the new year.