COVID-19 (Coronavirus 19) Updates & Information: Posting up-dated information from Spencer Hospital and Clay County Public Health regarding the novel coronavirus 19, known as COVID-19, including whom to call if you are ill and suspect exposure, and hospital visitor restrictions. The impact of the disease can cause situations to change rapidly and we will strive to keep you informed. For general COVID-19 local updates, CLICK HERE For COVID-19 Vaccine Updates, CLICK HERE
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Spencer, Iowa 51301
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We invite you to contact us with your questions and comments to keep you well informed regarding our health care services and your care.
712-264-6198 - Speak with a receptionist from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. each day who can direct your call appropriately.
712-264-8300 - Access and automated directory if you know the name of the service or person you wish to contact.
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Patient Representatives Welcome Your Call
Patients or family members with concerns are encouraged to contact our patient representative at 264-6208, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Angel is a Registered Nurse and Certified Car Seat Technician in the Community Health Department at the Spencer Hospital. The Best Care for Better Babies home visiting program and her Public Health role give her the opportunity to serve the community.
Traditionally the Fourth of July is known for fireworks, food, and celebrating with friends. This year, families and local communities are taking a different approach to how they are celebrating the 4th due to implications brought upon the COVID-19 pandemic.
Winter is here and cold blustery days will now be the norm. Do you find yourself wondering how safe your child is in their car seat with that bulky winter coat?
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