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Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics

Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics is a 25 bed, Critical Access Hospital serving Audubon County and the surrounding areas, with the mission of “Excellence With Quality and Compassion to Those We Serve.”

Our services include emergency services, acute care, skilled nursing services, laboratory, radiology, respiratory therapy, sleep studies, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and surgical services. In addition, we offer several specialty services including orthopedic, mental health, audiology, plastic surgery, hand and microvascular, sports medicine, pain management, podiatry, dermatology, oncology, spine surgery, cardiology, urology, head and neck surgery, and urology. We also operate two rural health clinics, Audubon Family Health Clinic and Exira Medical Clinic. Our clinics offer complete care from newborns to senior adults by providing well child check-ups, age-appropriate preventative care, sports and school physicals, immunizations, and treatment of occasional and ongoing illnesses.

Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics has been named one of the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals in the United States by The Chartis Center for Rural Health, seven times in the past decade. Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics has also been named a 2017 “Top 20 Critical Access Hospital” in the nation by the National Rural Healthcare Association (NRHA) in the past as well.

  • ACMH Expands Mental Health Services
    October 14

    ACMH is excited to welcome an additional Mental Health Counselor to our Outpatient Specialty Clinic– starting at the end of October! Lois Potthoff is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), a Certified Trauma Professional, and a Certified EMDR Consultant and Coach, who has over 30 years’ experience working in the field of mental illness and developmental disorders.

  • October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Get Your Annual Mammo at ACMH
    October 1

    Breast cancer is one of the most serious threats to women and one of the leading causes of death in women between the ages of 30 and 55. One out of every eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime.  Join in the fight against breast cancer by making October the month to get screened.

  • ACMH Encourages Residents to Get Their Annual Flu Shot With Extended Walk-In Hours
    September 25

    Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics wants to remind you that getting a flu vaccine every year is the best way to protect yourself and your family from the flu and its potentially serious complications. Flu season typically begins in late October or November. Since the vaccine takes about two weeks for antibodies to develop in the body, getting the vaccine now will offer protection when the season begins.