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Ringgold County Hospital

Welcome to Ringgold County Hospital


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Ringgold County Hospital is pleased to offer our patients a new, convenient way to access your health information. This free service is secure, confidential and available 24 hours a day, from anywhere with an Internet connection.

If you have recently stayed at Ringgold County Hospital, your current health records will be available to you as soon as you activate your account.

Remember, no personal health record information will be available unless the patient has had a recent stay at Ringgold County Hospital and followed the instructions provided during the stay.


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  - RCH Celebrates 5 years at New Facility
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RCH Celebrates
5 years at New Facility

Our Holiday Open House was held on Sunday, December 20 as part of a celebration to commemorate moving to the new Hospital building 5 years ago.

Guests enjoyed pictures with Santa & the doll/stuffed animal clinic, tours of the hospital, a performance by Simply Voices. The stuffed animal clinic gave kids an introduction to being a doctor or nurse. Children enjoyed listening to their “patient’s” heart beat and also their own. Thanks for celebrating with us!

Wellness-Healthy Living

You have the Power!
Eat well. Move more. Keep score.

Click HERE to view the most recent edition of Ringgold County Hospital's monthly wellness newsletter.

Surgeon Joins Hospital Staff

Ed Wehling, D.O.

Ringgold County Hospital is pleased to announce that Ed Wehling, D.O. has joined the hospital as a general surgeon. In addition to general surgery, Dr. Wehling will perform trauma, thoracic and vascular surgery.

The first thing Dr. Wehling does with patients is make sure they understand their disease and what their choices are. "There are always options," he says. "We can choose to do nothing. We can take a conservative, non-surgical approach. Or we can do surgery." His objective is to be upfront and educate his patients so they're involved in the decisions. "I work with my patients and their families to do what is best for them."

Contact his office at 641-464-4433 for more information or to make an appointment.

Tips for healthy eating away from home:

  • Ask how entrees are prepared. Avoid fried foods and those served with heavy sauces.

  • Choose skinless chicken, fish, or lean meat that's broiled, poached or grilled.

  • Don't feel obligated to clean your plate. Take home your leftovers for tomorrow's lunch.

  • Choose steamed veggies and salads. Ask for dressings on the side.

  • If you crave dessert, share it!


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