Beginning Tuesday, March 1st, the south parking lot of BCHC along 1st Street East will be closed until further notice, as construction will begin on the “Building for You” expansion and remodeling project. This 74,000 sq. ft. project will provide the communities of Buchanan County with extended health and wellness opportunities and services and continued […]Read More
BCHC to Embark Upon 74,000 Sq Ft Remodel and Expansion
On Tuesday, February 23rd, the Buchanan County Health Center Board of Trustees voted to begin a three-phase, 74,000 sq. ft. building project to the campus of BCHC, instilling BCHC’s commitment to providing the highest quality of health and wellness services to the communities of Buchanan County conveniently close to home, amidst growing healthcare needs.
This […]Read More
BCHC Welcomes CVMS Urologists to Specialty Clinic Rotation
The Specialty Clinic at BCHC is expanding its urology service line, beginning March 9th, by welcoming Drs. Mark Newton and Eric Askeland from Cedar Valley Urology in addition to urology providers from Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa
Specializing in urologic oncology, female urology, and general urology, Drs. Newton and Askeland joined Cedar Valley Urology in 2015. […]Read More
BCHC to host Prediabetes Education Class
On Wednesday, March 16th, Buchanan County Health Center will offer a Prediabetes Information and Support Group, beginning at 5 p.m. in Meeting Room A at BCHC.
Prediabetes is when your blood sugar levels are higher than normal, but not high enough to be diagnosed as diabetic.
Risk factors for prediabetes include:
Being overweight Are age […]Read More
Lexington Estates August Newsletter
Olympics, aviation, help with dementia care, and much more!Read More
Auxiliary Donates $7,000 to BCHC Departments
On January 20th, the Buchanan County Health Center Auxiliary Board of Directors donated $7,000 to go towards BCHC departmental needs. This donation was made possible through several fundraisers and gift shop sales.
After reviewing grant requests, the Auxiliary Board designated $7,000 to the following departments and their requests: Lexington Estate, funding towards a wheelchair accessible […]Read More