Mitchell County Memorial Hospital celebrated its grand opening as a county hospital on October 28, 1951. The hospital included 33 beds, an obstetrics department, business office, laboratory, operating room, kitchen, dining room and additional service departments.
Mitchell County Memorial Hospital 1950's
Today Mitchell County Regional Health Center is a Critical Access Hospital with twenty-five beds. Over the years, many changes have taken place, from changes to the physical plant in Osage to the formation of a Physician Hospital Organization (PHO). This partnership includes Mercy Medical Center – North Iowa, Mitchell County Memorial Hospital and clinics in Osage, Riceville, St. Ansgar and Stacyville.
Mitchell County Regional Health Center Today
The employees, medical providers, board members, volunteers, and leaders of Mitchell County Regional Health Center remain dedicated to its core values of respect, honesty, justice, confidentiality and compassion. Our dedication and commitment to caring for the whole person are reflected in our mission and vision