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Van Buren County Hospital Community Service Center

  • The Community Service Center provides county residents with a centralized source for an array of services
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  • View of reception, office and conference room
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  • Donations and gifts in support of the Center are recognized on this donor artwork.
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  • The infant's room is one of several age-specific child care areas within the center
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  • The toddler's room accommodates the age group's learning and development needs
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  • Another of the color-themed rooms houses the Head Start program
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  • Preschoolers are provided a fun, colorful and nurturing environment
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  • A skylight (upper left) bathes the school-age classroom with natural daylight
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  • A kitchen and pantry provide convenient, nutrional food service to the day care
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  • The outdoor play area offers plenty of space for fun, safe play for all ages
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LOCATION

Keosauqua, IA

SIZE

11,230 square feet
This new 11,230-square-foot facility on the campus of Van Buren County Hospital and Clinics in Keosauqua, Iowa, provides specially designed space for a wide array of services under one roof. The Community Service Center houses age-specific child care services, Head Start, Parents as Teachers, health-related services, job opportunities and other community services. The lower level houses space for care and development of infants, toddlers, pre-school, Head Start and school-age children. The facility is designed for a capacity of 75 children. The upper floor includes space for hearing and eye exams and care, Parents as Teachers, office and administrative space and a large conference room for community use. There's also a children's outdoor play/recreation area.