Cass County Health System (CCHS) officials announced increased visitor limitations for patients will begin on Monday, November 30. “We truly believe that visitors are good medicine. While we know that many hospitals and clinics are not allowing any visitors, we continue to make it a priority to put ourselves in
What Neighbors Do
Cass County Health System is proud to provide excellent healthcare for our friends, family, and neighbors in southwest Iowa. Our mission is to provide a superior experience to our patients, families, and communities. Our vision is to be the best rural hospital in the country for patients to receive care, employees to work, and physicians to practice.
We care for babies, and for grandparents, for big brothers, and little sisters, for busy moms and dads, and everyone in between. On your worst days, and your best, we're here for you. To help and heal, to listen and find solutions, to care. That's what neighbors do.
Committed to Excellence & Your Good Health
We’re here for one purpose: To provide the highest quality healthcare possible, in a compassionate, respectful and caring manner. The comfort of our patients and their families is of utmost importance.
We are proud to provide outstanding medical care to our friends, family and neighbors in southwest Iowa – with a wide range of services utilizing the latest technology and with highly skilled staff. Our vision is to always strive to be the best rural hospital in the country for patients to receive care, employees to work and physicians to practice.
As part of National Rural Health Day, Cass County Health System today announced it has been recognized by The Chartis Center of Rural Health and the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH) for overall excellence in Quality and Outcomes. The Performance Leadership Award program utilizes the results
Atlantic, IA—Cass County Health System officials want to update the community about the status of the local hospital in regards to its operating capacity and current operations. “We’ve been running between 50 to 75 percent inpatient bed capacity for the past several weeks now. COVID inpatient numbers have fluctuated greatly.