The Jefferson County Health Center Auxiliary supports the needs of the hospital, the comfort of the patients and their families, and to give scholarships to individuals pursuing a health related career.
We bring the specialists to you! No need to travel to Burlington, Ottuwma or Iowa City to see a Specialist. Many of them see local patients in our Specialty Clinic located on the Jefferson County Health Center campus.
The Jefferson County Health Center will undergo a changing of the guard this week when current CEO Deb Cardin hands over the reins to her successor Bryan Hunger. Although Hunger stepped into the role April 18, he will officially take over Cardin’s responsibilities Friday. Hunger, whose most recent role was the chief provider services officer for the Regional Medical Center in Manchester, said he’s impressed with the health center. “There’s already a really strong foundation for success here. We already have a good medical staff and great leadership,” he said, adding that his goal would be to maintain the course the facility is on. “We just want to stay on top of current trends — health care is constantly changing. We need to be ready to adapt, and stay on top of legislative changes,” he said.
Hunger grew up in the rural southeast