Floyd County Medical Center

FCMC - Front exteriorFloyd County Medical Center is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital and Rural Health Clinic located in the charming northeast Iowa river town of Charles City, Iowa.

FCMC hospital was built in 1965, with a major addition in 1990, and a remodeling of the entire 2nd floor in 2008. All of our patient rooms are single rooms with private bathrooms. They feature wood flooring and cabinetry, in-room computers, and each room has its own thermostat control. Our newly remodeled, secure Birth Center features 3 state-of-the-art birthing suites, each with a spacious bathroom, kitchenette, recliner, glider, and a pull-out couch for family members.

FCMC hospital is licensed and accredited by the Iowa Department of Inspection and Appeals and is a member of the Iowa Hospital Association. FCMC is governed by a seven-member elected Board of Trustees.

At FCMC we strive to provide high quality and safe care to our patients, with respect and consideration to their families. We employ over 200 community members who are committed to being a part of this goal.

FCMC provides inpatient and skilled nursing care, as well as numerous outpatient services, including diabetes management, nutrition services and education, wound and ostomy care, physical, speech, and occupational therapy, laboratory and radiology services. Our outpatient specialty clinic offers general surgery, cardiology, ENT, nephrology, orthopedics, podiatry, urology, and sleep study services. Our emergency room is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to meet your emergency medical needs.

At Floyd County Medical Center, we strive to be your first choice in quality healthcare.