About Upland Hills Health
Upland Hills Health was formed with the merger of two Dodgeville hospitals: St. Joseph’s Hospital and Dodgeville Hospital. In 1974, the merger created Memorial Hospital of Iowa County, Inc.—a non-profit organization. Then in 2001, the corporate identity changed to Upland Hills Health to reflect a growing service area and expanded capabilities.
As Upland Hills Health grew, so did the services we provide. We are more than just an inpatient and outpatient hospital; Upland Hills Health offers a birthing unit and a team of three experienced OB/GYNs, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center, a therapy and wellness center, a heart, lung and sleep center along with general surgeons, an orthopedic surgeon and many physician specialty services. Upland Hills Health believes in providing healthcare for your whole family as close to your home as possible. It is more convenient for you and saves time and money if quality healthcare is nearby. Upland Hills Health offers four family medicine clinics to help you stay well and to help you get the care you need through all stages of your life. Find out about our services and more by checking out the Upland Hills Health Overview of Services Brochure (pdf).
Upland Hills Health is accredited by the Joint Commission. This accreditation signifies the commitment that Upland Hills Health has to quality care and constant improvement.
Upland Hills Health actively collaborated with the Community Connections Free Clinic, Southwest CAP, Inc., The Iowa County Health Department and the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Southwest Wisconsin to prepare this health needs assessment and implementation plan report.
Upland Hills Health is affiliated with the following organizations: