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Van Buren County Hospital is a 25-bed, Critical Access hospital, offering general acute care, skilled nursing, and long-term care to our community.  They provide a full range of services from home care to hospice inpatient care.

The hospital owns and operates seven medical clinics throughout the county to provide care for our community. Van Buren County Hospital is affiliated with the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.

Village Terrace Assisted Living - Consists of ten assisted living units, all handicapped accessible, fills the gap between completely independent living and a 24-hour care facility. Each unit has a kitchenette with microwave, refrigerator and two burner stove, living room, bathroom and bedroom.

Dr. Tim Blair MD, PLLC - Provides a full range of family medical care including, but not limited to: newborn baby care; well baby, child, adolescent, & wellenss exams; gynecologic exams; sports, DOT, daycare physicals; joint injections, suturing, casting or splinting; chronic disease management; and second opinions.  Appointments available in office Monday - Friday.  Home visits and after hour appointments are available.  

Good Samaritan Center - A nursing facility featuring modern care units and a holistic, restorative approach to mature, long-term residential care. it can also provide short-term rehabilitation with in/out patient services.

Center Village Residential Care Facility A non-profit Residential Care Facility which serves persons who need assistance with living. Center Village provides nutritional planning, medication monitoring, assistance with daily living skills, or help with money management.