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Blessing Health Keokuk Hospital Stops Providing Care On 9/30

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Blessing Health Keokuk hospital will no longer provide patient care as of 7 am, Friday, September 30.  As announced by Blessing Health earlier this month, the entire facility closes the following day.

Keokuk area residents requiring emergency care after 7 am, Friday, September 30, should call 911 so Lee County EMS can transport them to the nearest emergency department equipped to meet their medical need.  Emergency care is available in Fort Madison and Burlington, Iowa; and Carthage and Quincy, Illinois.

Patients of Blessing Health Keokuk hospital who need their medical records transferred can go to blessinghealth.org/medicalrecords, or call 217-223-8400, ext. 6600.

Written by: Leah Jones

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