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Leftovers Are For Quitters

The turkey is bought. The green bean casserole ingredients are set out on the counter. Pies are in the oven as we speak. Double check there are enough plates and utensils. Dogs have their holiday sweaters on. Everything is exactly what you expected. Except that unexpected health concern that came out of nowhere. Don’t let a health issue derail your plans, take a look at what hours may be different for some services at Greater Regional Health this holiday weekend:


Urgent Care

Thursday, November 26th CLOSED

Friday, November 27th Normal Hours (7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.)


Test Iowa

Thursday, November 26th CLOSED

Friday, November 27th CLOSED


Specialty Clinic

Thursday, November 26th CLOSED

Friday, November 27th CLOSED


Primary Care Clinic

Thursday, November 26th CLOSED

Friday, November 27th Same Day Sick will be open 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.


Clinic Injection Room

Thursday, November 26th CLOSED

Friday, November 27th CLOSED


Clinic Lab

Thursday, November 26th CLOSED

Friday, November 27th CLOSED


Corning Medical Clinic

Thursday, November 26th CLOSED

Friday, November 27th CLOSED


Lenox Medical Clinic

Thursday, November 26th CLOSED

Friday, November 27th Normal Hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)


Mt. Ayr Community Health Clinic

Thursday, November 26th CLOSED

Friday, November 27th Normal Hours (7 a.m. to 4 p.m.)


Visiting Providers

Thursday, November 26th CLOSED

Friday, November 27th CLOSED


As this Thanksgiving looks a little different this year, as much of this year’s activities have, please remember to stay safe and make decisions that are right for you and your loved ones. Some great suggestions from the CDC for your weekend if you are not able to gather together:

  • Host a virtual Holiday meal with friends and family who don’t live with you.

  • Send handwritten holiday cards to friends and family members.

  • Create fun activities in your house such as board games and puzzles.

  • Shop online sales or use contactless services, like curb side pickups for holiday shopping. Research how you can support your local businesses through online shopping or shopping at slower times during their business hours

Let's remember that two things will remain the same for Thanksgiving even in 2020.

  1. Leftovers are for quitters

  2. We can find things in our lives to be thankful for


“We have to stay together, we have to be positive, we have to do the right thing for the greater good,” Monte Neitzel, CEO of Greater Regional Health.


Greater Regional Health wishes you and your family a happy, healthy and safe holiday weekend!