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Columbus Community Hospital
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Columbus Community Hospital

Columbus Community Hospital
Opened as a 15 bed hospital in 1907, the Columbus Community Hospital will celebrate its first 100 years of service to Columbus and vicinity. The hospital has gone through many changes down through the years. In 1913 it was sold to the Sisters of Divine Savior and took the name of St. Mary's Hospital. In 1970 members of the community bought the hospital and renamed it as Columbus Community Hospital Inc. There will be a special celebration on September 30th, 2007 in honor of the 100 year anniversary. From 11am until 4 pm, on the hospital grounds, there will be tours of the new fourth floor, refreshments, free health screenings and more.

Columbus Community Hospital serves a population of about 27,000. Their service area includes Columbus, Fall River, Rio, Waterloo, Marshall, Sun Prairie, Reeseville, Lowell, and other surrounding communities.

The hospital has Women and Childbirth and Community Education classes including Breastfeeding and Baby Care, CPR for Family and Friends, Heartsaver CPR course, Sibling Class, Pilate's, Yoga, Food portion Control and Essential Oils Education. The hospital also has Cancer Support Group Meetings on the second Thursday of each month.

1515 Park Avenue
Columbus, WI 53925
Phone:920- 623-2200