WMC Foundation announces 2018 Annual Fund will support 3D mammography technology
Winneshiek Medical Center Foundation is raising $85,000 in support of new 3D mammography technology at WMC. [...] Read More
Flu Shots available at all WMC Clinics
It's time to schedule your flu shot [...] Read More
WMC offering free suicide prevention trainings to community
Winneshiek Medical Center is holding two free QPR trainings in the WMC lower level conference rooms: Wednesday, September 19 from 6:30 – 8 pm or Monday, September 24 from 6:30 – 8 pm. You do not need to attend both sessions. [...] Read More
WMC offers anxiety and depression coping skills group
WMC offers free hearing screening
Winneshiek Medical Center Decorah Clinic will offer a free hearing screening on Thursday, May 19 from 7:30 to 10am in the medical center conference room B1 (parking lot E with entry through door E1 on the lower level of the medical center.) [...] Read More
Colorectal cancer screening guidelines have changed: What you need to know
The American Cancer Society released new guidelines for colorectal cancer screening. [...] Read More
Who is our most important partner? The community.
As your local medical center, we have many partners. But our most important partner is you, the collective community. [...] Read More
Local church group donates to WMC for Farmers Market Program
The first distribution of coupons was held in June. A second distribution of coupons will take place on
Wednesday, August 1 at the Decorah Area Farmers Market from 3:00-4:30 pm. (Senior citizens who received coupons in June are eligible to receive a second packet of coupons).
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Why am I asked to pay a portion of my bill at the time of service?
For years, it has been standard practice to register for a medical appointment and proceed to the waiting area to be called. Part of that standard practice in the health care industry today is to ask patients to make payment arrangements and collect a patient’s co-pay and deductible payment at the time of registration. Driven by changes in reimbursement models in insurance plans, patients today have a financial responsibility in their health care costs. [...] Read More
10-year anniversary of 2008 flood may mean you are due for a tetanus vaccine
Most northeast Iowa residents vividly remember June 2008 as the rains poured down, the rivers rose and homes filled with floodwater. In the aftermath of the devastating flood of 2008, many affected by the flood received a tetanus booster vaccine to prevent the bacteria-caused disease. Ten years later, these same people are due for another booster to continue their immunity from tetanus. [...] Read More