Urological Associates, PC Will Serve Patients At Jackson County Regional Health Center
Urological Associates, PC of the Quad Cities will be providing urological services in Maquoketa and the Jackson County region beginning May 16.
Office appointments will be available at least one day each month with Mark Milleman, M.D. at Jackson County Regional Health Center.
"This will be an important continuation of services available in the region following the retirement of Dr. James Voelker, who has been serving Jackson County patients for years,'' said Curt Coleman, administrator of Jackson County Regional Health Center.
Coleman said the continuation of urological care at Jackson County Regional Health Center is the latest development to position the hospital to meet the present and future needs of the communities it serves.
"One of the benefits of our management agreement with Genesis Health System is that we have been able to continue serving our patients' needs by offering key specialties," Coleman said. "By partnering with physician groups, we have been able to expand services at a time when it is difficult for hospitals our size to do that.''
Urological Associates, PC is comprised of six urologists and two Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners (ARNP). Its providers combine skill and experience in the compassionate treatment of all urological conditions.
The practice offers a full range of urology services, including the treatment of urological cancers, kidney stones, male reproductive disorders, incontinence, prostate disorders, vasectomies, vasectomy reversals, and, early prostate cancer detection.
For appointments or information, call (563) 359-1641.
About Jackson County Regional Health Center
Jackson County Regional Health Center has been serving as the county's only hospital since opening in 1950. It was founded as the result of a community vision to create a modern, full-service hospital to meet the needs of Jackson County residents and the surrounding area. That vision holds true today as JCRHC strives to meet the ever changing needs of the people it serves. Today, Jackson County Regional Health Center is a 25-bed Joint Commission accredited Critical Access Hospital offering a wide range of inpatient, outpatient, emergency and community health services.