Mercy Hospital

201 8th Avenue Southeast
Oelwein, IA 50662

319-283-6000

About Us:

Mercy Hospital was founded in 1926 in the railroad town of Oelwein, Iowa by the Sisters of Mercy. In 1982, The Sisters of Mercy transferred sponsorship of the hospital to the Wheaton Franciscan Sisters.

Mercy Hospital is a 25-bed, critical access hospital that provides acute, skilled, and outpatient care to the community and surrounding area of Oelwein. Mercy Hospital’s role is to provide the basic health care services needed in its community. Mercy provides general medical care, ambulatory care, long-term care and recovery. Services include 24-hour emergency room access and ambulance transportation, radiology with MRI and CT scanning, digital mammography and ultrasound, laboratory, pharmacy, respiratory therapy, rehabilitation therapies, spiritual care, social services and nutrition.

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