Mission: To advance the health and well being of all people through compassionate quality care, education and community service.
Programs: Fort madison community hospital is a general medical and surgical hospital, located in fort madison, iowa, to meet the healthcare needs of its communities as well as provide programs and services aimed at health, safety, education, prevention, and overall health and wellness. In so doing, they strengthen their role as a partner in the community by improving the health of area citizens and the quality of life in the communities they serve. Fort madison community hospital (fmch) is committed to providing health care services to area residents. Fmch serves the residents of southeast iowa and west central illinois. The 50 bed hospital had 2,135 patient admissions and 7,666 patient days of medical care. This included 1,027 patient accounts who received uncompensated care. Health services and care provided by fmch include: physicians and surgeons practicing in the following areas: family practice, internal medicine, obstetrics & gynecology, orthopedics & sports medicine, pediatrics, psychiatry, surgery and urology; birthplace services; specialty clinics in the following areas: cardiology, dermatology, otolaryngology, gastroenterology and neurology; emergency department services; home health care; rehabilitation/therapy services; laboratory and pathology services; and wound healing care.