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Washington health services
Mar. 9, 2023 10:12 am
Washington County Public Health offers a variety of health related resources to the community. The services include child health, community health, maternal health, immunizations, home care, dental services, blood pressure clinics, emergency preparedness, environmental health and more.
Washington County Hospital and Clinics is the main hospital serving Washington County. A family medicine building is located nearby for family practice physicians. They also have a cardiology, family medicine, neurology and women’s clinic.
Main location, 400 East Polk Street, 319-653-5481
Medical clinic, 444 East Polk Street, 319-653-6601
Family medicine, 1203 South Iowa Avenue, 319-653-7291
Columbus Junction, 109 Walnut Street, 319-728-2429
WCHC Emergency Room, 400 East Polk Street, 319-653-5481
Walmart Pharmacy 2485 IA-92, 319-653-7218
WCHC Beans Pharmacy 222 South Iowa Avenue. 319-653-4646
Hy-Vee Pharmacy 528 South IA-1, 319-653-2155
SmartScripts Pharmacy 1010 West Madison Street, 844-597-6278
Dental Health of Washington 525 South IA-1, 319-653-4451
Washington Dental Care 1051 West Madison Street, 319-653-3412
Wiese Family Dental, PC 1004 East Washington Street, 319-653-2201
Krotz-Dieleman Dental Office 218 South Iowa Avenue, 319-653-4298
Jarrad Dorcas 1004 East Washington Street, 319-653-2201
Modern Eye Care 301 South Iowa Avenue, 319-653-2371
Axis Vision Care 221 North Second Avenue, 319-653-4558
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Washington County is a member of the Southeast Iowa Link mental health and disability service region.
Adult Drop-in center: 114 West Second Street, (319) 591-8176
Washington County Mental Health and Disability Services: 2175 Lexington Blvd Bldg #2, 319-653-7751
Washington County Public Health
110 North Iowa Ave., Suite 300, 319-653-7758
WCPH is committed to protecting and promoting the health of residents of Washington County. The department provides a range of services, including immunization clinics, health inspections, and emergency preparations, as well as more individual services, like in-home care, maternal health and dental screenings.
Expecting parents and those with children up to four years old can be paired with a trained Parent Educator who will make in-home visits at convenient times. Educators listen to ideas and questions and work with parents to decide on a plan that will best serve their needs.