Power has been restored to Mercy Medical Center and the Hall-Perrine Cancer Center. The hospital has resumed full operations and all hospital services are available.
Patients with appointments on Thurs., Aug.13 and beyond should keep their appointments at the hospital. Staff members are still reaching out to patients whose appointments will need to be rescheduled as a result of the power outages.
Mercy services that are open outside of the main hospital include:
- Mercy’s 600 Building – Rehabilitation (use 8th St. entrance) and Palliative Care
- All clinics in the 8th & 8th Medical Office Building
- Physical therapy at Core Fitness in North Liberty
- Sedlacek Treatment Center
Mercy services outside of the hospital that are not yet available include:
- Mercy Family Counseling
- Mercy Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Clinic at Mercy’s 901 Building
- Physical therapy at the Mercy Health Plaza (Council St. NE), MercyCare Marion, Top Shape Gym, and MercyCare Prairie Creek
Some MercyCare Community Physician clinics are still without power. Staff members are working to reach out to patients to reschedule and will be ready for full resumption of services as soon as power is restored.
The following clinics are open or will open Thursday:
- MercyCare North Liberty Urgent Care – open Thursday from 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. – and Family Practice
- MercyCare Alberts/Cahalan
- MercyCare Center Point
- MercyCare Central City
- MercyCare Employee Health Center
- MercyCare Health Partners
- MercyCare Internist Associates and Nephrology
- MercyCare Medical District
- MercyCare Monticello
- Mercy Pediatric Center
MercyCare has also established a phone line for their patients to call regarding scheduled appointments or clinical questions. Staff members are monitoring the phone line each day from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. MercyCare patients may call (319) 398-6497.