To get the personalized care that is the right fit for you and your family, our team offers a wide variety of services and options. Learn more about your choices to find the right appointment for your unique needs.
Primary Care encompasses the comprehensive treatment of a number of diseases in symptoms and specialties including pediatrics, internal medicine, family medicine and OB/GYN. The physician does not specialize in one particular area of medicine but, instead, is trained to meet all the needs of patients as one point of contact. When health concerns arise, it is best to contact your primary care provider, who can then direct you on the best course of action. However, if an issue arises on weekends or holidays, this may not be an option.
For minor illnesses or injuries, Urgent Care can provide treatment for non-emergency situations including burns, colds, cuts, allergies, flu, fractures, infections, sprains and more. As a convenient and affordable option, Urgent Care is available for you and your family after hours, weekends and some holidays. Caring for patients 6 months and older.
Your heart deserves the very best care, with top quality, safety and a high level of customer service. UnityPoint Health - Marshalltown Cardiology provides state-of-the-art technology in a comfortable setting with knowledgeable, compassionate staff.
Multi-Specialty is dedicated to the disease causes, diagnosis, prevention and treatment for adults. We are located in Marshalltown, Iowa and offer patients additional expertise in the subspecialties of general surgery, hematology and oncology, orthopedics, urology, nephrology, pulmonology and pain management.
UnityPoint Health - Marshalltown Women's Care provides accessible, affordable reproductive healthcare and community education for the families in our service area in central Iowa. Our caring staff provides personalized care by listening to your healthcare concerns, answering your questions, and respecting your decisions regarding your healthcare.
Emergency rooms are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for severe and life-threatening conditions. While not every illness or injury requires a trip to the emergency room (ER), there are times when emergency care is needed including limb or life-threatening conditions, such as intense chest pain, profuse bleeding, difficulty breathing, severe headaches, seizures lasting longer than five minutes, intense abominable pain and other serious medical issues.