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Town Hall Event


Please join us for a Town Hall meeting on Thursday February 17th, from 5:00 - 7:30 PM at the Rehabilitation Center (Suite 3). The Hospital will review key health indicators for Fremont County and gather your feedback for our 2022 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) programs.

Healthcare leaders, social service providers, community-based organizations, and county residents are all invited to this event - please spread the word. To adequately prepare for this socially distanced gathering, we need your RSVP by February 15th.



Community Health Needs Assessment


Every three years, the Hospital facilitates a collaborative community health needs assessment (CHNA) to meet IRS regulatory requirements and to identify and prioritize the health needs of Fremont County residents.

Healthcare professionals and organizations in Fremont County have a long history of responding to health needs in the communities they serve. This commitment extends beyond traditional hospital and clinical care to community health programs that provide services to the region's most vulnerable populations.

Community health programs are based on an assessment of needs identified through hospital data, community input, and major trends (national, state, and local statistics). We depend on the cumulative results and feedback from these community engagements:

county residents
community-based organizations
social service providers
health care leaders
online survey for residents and stakeholders

Previous collaborations of healthcare partners have resulted in the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) reports listed below:

Community Health Needs Assessment - 2019
Community Health Needs Assessment - 2016
Community Health Needs Assessment - 2013

Facility Hours:


24 hours a day
7 days a week
365 days a year


Contact Us:


Phone: (712) 382-1515
Fax: (712) 382-1503

Right Care. Right Here.


At George C. Grape Community Hospital, we understand that healthcare is evolving. Advancements in medicine and strides in technology are providing local communities access to better healthcare. It is our desire to provide the best care in our region. Our staff will be here to help you and your loved ones when the need arises. The comfort and care of our patients is our major goal.

Services are provided without regard to race, color, national origin, handicap, age, gender, religious affiliation, or socio-economic status. More details.