The Keokuk County Hospital & Clinics will be holding a sealed bid auction for a surplus vehicle. Bids must be submitted on the Keokuk County Hospital & Clinics Bid Form in a sealed enveloped marked “SEALED BID” and received at the Keokuk County Hospital & Clinics Business Office, Attn: April Davis, 23019 HWY 149, Sigourney IA, 52591 by 10:00 AM on Wednesday, December 15, 2021. No late bids will be accepted. Bids will be opened at 10:00 AM on December 16, 2021. Winning bidder will be notified by 5:00 PM, December 16, 2021. Winner of bid must pay in-full and remove with in five (5) working days.


To view the surplus vehicle, please contact Bruce Hahn at (641) 622-1182. The vehicle will be sold to the highest bidder on an “as is-where is” basis. KCHC reserves the right to reject any or all bids if determined to be in the best interest of KCHC. Exact cash or cashier’s check only will be accepted.

Bidding forms are available at: Keokuk County Hospital & Clinics23019 Hwy 149, Sigourney or you may download a fillable pdf by clicking here.

The Center for Disease Control can answer your frequently asked questions on mental health, unemployment, rumors and scams, and more. Visit: https://coronavirus.iowa.gov/pages/faqs.

Visit www.vaccinateiowa.gov for more information on who is eligible in Iowa right now and to find a vaccine provider near you.

Source: Iowa Department of Public Health

For a current calendar and complete listing of our services, please click on this link: https://www.keokukhealth.com/calendar/

Visitor & Mask Requirements

All KCHC patients (Emergency Room, Inpatient, Outpatient services, Therapy and Clinic) will be allowed up to TWO visitors during their visit per day. Terminal/critical patients will continue to be allowed TWO visitors at a time and may rotate out. Hospitalized COVID patients will continue to not be allowed visitors at this time.

All visitors will be screened, required to wear a mask and stay in the room with the patient during the visit. Patients will continue to be required to wear a mask during their visit with the exception of hospitalized patients while they are in their room.

Thank you for your continued patience and support while we try to keep our community, patients and employees safe.