Posted on April 01, 2022
Physicians' Clinic of Iowa Celebrates 25 Years in the Corridor
Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa (PCI) is proud to announce that April 1, 2022, marks the organization’s 25th anniversary.
In 1997, Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa began as a small group of physicians who wanted to create an independent, physician-owned medical group for the community. Five separate clinics, Iowa Medical Clinic, PC; General Surgeons, PC; Surgical Specialists, PC; Eastern Iowa Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists, PC; and Linn County Urology, PC signed an agreement to work together cooperatively under the umbrella name of Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa.
Today, eastern Iowa’s premier specialty medical center has grown to over 100 physicians, surgeons, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and other providers who strive to provide the best care, in the most convenient setting, at the most manageable cost.
“We deeply value our patients and their experiences with us, and we are grateful for the opportunity to meet the healthcare needs of our community for 25 years,” said Eric Dalton, Chief Executive Officer at PCI. “Whether we are investing in economic development, technological advancements, strategic partnerships, or tools to increase patient satisfaction, our pursuit of healthcare excellence sets us apart as one of Iowa’s healthcare leaders.”
While PCI has continuously and reliably provided specialty healthcare to patients, in recent years it has broadened its scope by constructing two medical pavilions at its growing campus and expanding to include additional clinical services. “PCI has always focused on the changing healthcare needs of our community,” Dalton continued. “Our organization remains nimble and able to quickly adapt to fill healthcare gaps as they arise. As we celebrate 25 years and look forward to the next 25, we will continuously look for opportunities to advance, to partner and to grow. Every day, the entire team at PCI is working together to be Iowa’s patient-focused specialty care leader, delivering care to over 100,000 patients annually.”