Physicians in Algona, IA

Comprehensive list of Algona, Iowa physicians, doctors & medical clinics, centers and hospitals.

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KRHC celebrated sixty years of quality health care with a birthday party behind the clinic, with the construction project in full view. The campaign has been expanded to include more funds for a new dialysis center at KRHC. When making healthy changes in your life, having the support of friends and family is sometimes the essential piece that keeps your motivation and inspiration going.

Palo Alto County Health System PACHS is a physician/hospital organization which established in 1998 to supply a continuum of care between hospital services offered by Palo Alto County Hospital and local physicians in Palo Alto County. We expect excellence in each other, and you our clients, should hold us accountable for quality care and excellence as well.

We're a 22 bed Critical Access Hospital situated in Belmond, Iowa, an active community of 2,500. The community owned facility houses a family practice clinic with two physicians, one physicians assistant, one Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner and a specially trained team. We pride ourselves with the provision of quality healthcare in a family centered environment.

Promoting the highest levels of excellence and clinical competence for chiropractors specializing in sports medicine and physical fitness. On October 31, 2006, the National Commission for Certifying Agencies NCCA granted accreditation to the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians for demonstrating compliance with the NCCA Standards for the Accreditation of Certification Programs.

Botox is the brand name of a toxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. Despite the fact that one of the most serious complications of botulism is paralysis, scientists have discovered a way to use it to human advantage. Small, diluted amounts can be directly injected into specific muscles causing controlled weakening of the muscles.

Trimark Physicians Group, in conjunction with affiliated hospitals in Fort Dodge and surrounding communities, provides a complete range of Family Practice services throughout NW-central Iowa. Trimark supplies the professional component of institutional services including acute and sub-acute care for common medical problems and non-tertiary care for selected specialty problems.

Morbid obesity is a chronic disease, meaning that its symptoms build slowly over an extended period of time. An estimated 5-10 million Americans are considered morbidly obese. Weight loss surgery is major surgery. Its growing use to treat morbid obesity is the result of three factors: Our current experience of the significant health risks of morbid obesity; the relatively low risk and complications

Trinity Regional Medical Center is a licensed 200 bed private, non-profit hospital that serves Fort Dodge and surrounding communities. As a designated regional referral center, Trinity serves an eight county area with a population of approximately 100,000.