Welcome to Decatur County Hospital!

On behalf of the Decatur County Hospital’s (DCH) Board of Trustees, medical staff, volunteers, and employees, we welcome you to our website and hope you find it to be helpful and informative. DCH is a not-for-profit critical access hospital located in Leon, Iowa and is an affiliate of Mercy Health Network – Central Iowa, Des Moines.

As you explore our website, you will find a variety of information about our services, healthcare providers, and organizational news and events. If you are on social media, the hospital has a Facebook page where you can get more information about our services and receive timely notifications.

At DCH our desire is to treat you with the utmost care and compassion as an individual. We are committed to delivering healthcare that meets, and even exceeds, your expectations with a “hometown” touch. We aspire to provide the safest and highest quality healthcare by incorporating patient safety and quality into every aspect of our everyday processes.

As one of Decatur County’s largest employers, we are an organization that feels strongly about giving back to the community where we all live and work. We strive to be your first choice in healthcare for Decatur County and surrounding areas. Please feel free to contact us anytime with any specific questions or concerns you might have by using the “contact us” link on this site.

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Latest News

DCH Corner – National Safety Month

We’re celebrating 1 year of the DCH Corner! As a preface to this week’s article, we want to thank the publishers of this newspaper for allowing us to write an article each week to give you health information you need to know, and to provide information on the services available in Decatur County. Thank you!… Read more »

Hospital Boards Approve Interim Partnership

The respective governing boards of Wayne County Hospital (WCH) and Decatur County Hospital (DCH) have approved an agreement to allow WCH CEO Daren Relph to serve as the interim administrator at DCH while the hospital searches for a permanent chief executive officer. The agreement is for a maximum period of six months, during which time… Read more »

National Aphasia Awareness Month

June is National Aphasia Awareness Month. Aphasia is an impairment of language, affecting the production or comprehension of speech and the ability to read or write. Aphasia is always due to injury to the brain-most commonly from a stroke, particularly in older individuals. But brain injuries resulting in aphasia may also arise from head trauma,… Read more »