Dedicated to improving the health of Fort Madison and surrounding communities, FMCH provides top-quality health care services in our full-service medical facility. Being named a Top 100 Iowa Workplace for the past three years, is evident in the personalized care that you will receive by each of our employees whether you visit one of our FMP&S Clinics, the emergency department, rehabilitation services or stay with us as an inpatient. Thank you for trusting us with your health care.
There seems to be a lot of talk about the ever changing face of healthcare. But at FMCH, you can expect some things to never change.
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Community Health Needs Assessment
It is time again for us to gather input from those who live or work in Lee County for assessing our county’s health needs and priorities. As health care workers your feedback is especially important.
Lee County Health Department, Keokuk Area Hospital and Fort Madison Community Hospital are working together once again to gather community input on determining our priority health needs.
Your responses to the survey link below will provide us valuable data to create a health improvement plan for Lee County over the next 3-5 years. Honest feedback and responses are extremely important. Please share this link with your family and friends as well.
Please click on the following survey monkey link to complete the survey. http://svy.mk/1MyTdX2
You can view our current Community Health Needs Assessment and action plan on our website: www.fmchosp.com/community-wellness/community-health-needs-assessment. Gathering community input and developing a plan of action to meet the health needs of the community is a requirement every three years for FMCH.
Kramer joins FMP&S Peds
Fort Madison Community Hospital is pleased to welcome Nurse Practitioner, Ashley Kramer, to the FMP&S Pediatric Clinic. Ashley will join Dr. Kolleen Burnett and Heather Elmore, DNP in the care of pediatric patients at FMCH.
Kramer received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program, from the University of Iowa. She is a Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and was most recently employed at St. Luke’s Hospital in Cedar Rapids. Kramer received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2008 from Mount Mercy College. She comes to FMCH with over seven years of pediatric health care experience.