History

Audubon County Memorial Hospital has been striving to serve the needs of Audubon County since our establishment in 1952. ACMH is a twenty-five bed acute care Critical Access Hospital with approximately 120 employees and includes two health care clinics; Exira Medical Clinic and Audubon Family Health Care Clinic.

In 1998, to meet the needs of the Audubon County residents, a major inpatient addition to the facility opened for service. The original part of the hospital was updated and outpatient specialty clinics were run in this area. In 2005, a two bay ambulance garage complete with decontamination showers were built. In the fall of 2007, a major addition to the existing facility was completed; including a new fitness center, patient lounge, education center, and a medical records department. A renovated outpatient clinic opened in the spring of 2013 which allowed residents of Audubon County to access quality care from top specialists around the state.

The above is not a comprehensive list, but communicates clearly the determination of the leaders at the Audubon County Memorial Hospital to meet the needs of the county we serve – both by providing the most current medical facilities and best healing environments possible. Being a vital part of the county has been an important goal throughout the years, and with your help and loyalty we can continue to provide “Excellence with quality and compassion to those we serve.”