Amanda Yarkosky Receives Quarterly DAISY Award
Pella Regional Health Center is proud to announce that Amanda Yarkosky in the Pella Medical Clinic is a DAISY recipient.
Pella Regional Takes Additional Measures to Minimize Health Risks of Patients and Staff
Pella Regional Health Center will temporarily suspend all non-essential treatments, testing, and appointments effective Monday, March 30, 2020.
Pella Regional Establishes Patient Assessment Center
Pella Regional Health Center has established a Patient Assessment Center (PAC) that will begin seeing patients with respiratory or infectious symptoms beginning on Friday, March 27.
Dustin Meuzelaar —February Shining Star for Pella Regional
Dustin Meuzelaar, Plant Operations, was selected as Pella Regional Health Center’s February Shining Star. Dustin is a resident of Pella.
Jana Van Haaften, ARNP, Joins Pella Regional’s Medical Staff
Jana Van Haaften, ARNP, has joined Pella Regional Health Center’s medical staff and is practicing at Medical Clinic in Ottumwa at 920 N. Quincy Avenue.
Pella Regional Temporarily Suspending Elective Surgeries
Pella Regional Health Center is temporarily suspending elective surgeries effective Monday, March 23 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many Certified Nurses at Pella Regional
Each year on March 19, certified nurses are honored with their own special day of recognition.
Patient and Visitor Screenings and Restrictions in Place at Pella Regional Health Center
To protect the health of our patients and their families due to the recent cases of COVID-19 in Iowa, Pella Regional Health Center will screen all patients and visitors before entering the main campus of Pella Regional and Pella Regional’s family of clinics located in Pella, Knoxville, Ottumwa and Prairie City.
Visitor Restrictions Now in Effect at Pella Regional Health Center
To protect our patients, families and health care workers during the pandemic of COVID-19, the following restrictions are being implemented.
Pella Regional Prepares for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Pella Regional Health Center is monitoring COVID-19 information and recommendations from Marion County Public Health, Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).