Crawford County Memorial Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital located in Denison, Iowa. Opened to the public in 1951, CCMH has undergone many transformations during the last 70 years. The biggest transformation to date was the construction of a beautiful, state-of-the-art replacement facility located at 100 Medical Parkway in Denison. The CCMH replacement facility opened to the public in June 2011.
CCMH and CCMH Medical Clinics offers a wide range of inpatient, outpatient and diagnostic services. CCMH Medical Clinics – Main Campus and City Center – are both provider-based rural health clinics. CCMH Medical Clinics feature three family practice physicians and five advanced family medicine practitioners, as well as in-house specialists in OB-GYN, General Surgery, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, and Allergy Testing and Treatment, and Child, Adult and Family Counseling Services. CCMH directs the Crawford County EMS and Ambulance Services and employs four emergency room physicians. CCMH is certified as a Level IV Trauma Center in Iowa.
CCMH sports up-to-date Labor, Delivery, Recovery and Postpartum (LDRP) suites for new babies, moms and families as well as 24-hour anesthesia services.
A robust outpatient services area offers an array of clinics from visiting specialists including cardiology, endocrinology, podiatry, urology, and much more.
Along with a 64-slice CT Scan, MRI, and 3D Mammography, CCMH has state-of-the-art imaging facilities and staff. The fully equipped lab provides quick diagnostic services in house. A wide range of physical therapy services are available at CCMH with ultramodern equipment and well-trained therapists.
Overall, the hospital has 265 dedicated employees. With a total payroll of more than $18 million annually, Crawford County Memorial Hospital provides a significant economic impact on the area's local economy.