I want to personally welcome you to Madelia Health. We are committed to providing the highest quality healthcare services locally for our community, county and region. Our caregivers are comprised of some people you know and trust – your friends, family and neighbors that take great pride in not only meeting but exceeding your expectations.

Patient satisfaction is a top priority for us and our entire team works diligently to provide quality care right here in Madelia. I am proud of this facility, our employees and the care we provide. If at any time you have questions or concerns about your care, please talk directly to your provider or nurse or feel free to contact me. We do want to hear from you and understand how we can better meet your needs.

– Roz Snyder

Chief Clinical Officer

Preparing for Your Stay at Madelia Health

No matter the reason for your stay, always bring the following with you:
• Your driver’s license
• Your insurance ID card, if you have one
• Your medication bottles, along with any supplements and vitamins you take

You are welcome to bring the following for your hospital stay:
• An iPad, laptop or personal electronic device (wireless)
• Toiletries, C-PAP or other sleeping devices, make-up, etc.
• Personal comfort items, like books, puzzles, blankets, stuffed animals, etc.

Visitor Hours – COVID Visitor Restrictions

Visiting Hours are from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Your friends and family are normally welcome to visit, but they should stay home if they are sick. For safety, Madelia Health locks the doors on Drew Avenue at 6 p.m. daily. After 6 p.m., a doorbell is available for your guests to ring, and a nurse will escort them to your room.

Meals are served at the following times: Breakfast at 7:30 a.m., Lunch at 11:30 a.m., Supper at 5:30 p.m. Guest meals are available from our kitchen, please contact nursing to coordinate.

All patient rooms are equipped with cable television and telephones for outside calls. To make a local call, press “9” and dial the appropriate number. Personal cell phones may be used to make long distance calls unless advised otherwise by your health care team.

An iPad is also available for hospital patients’ use. If interested, ask a nurse if it is available for use.

Free wireless internet access is available to patients and guests. To use wireless, please ask a nurse for the access code.

You have a right to a medical interpreter at no cost to you. Please let us know when you are scheduling an appointment if you would like to have an interpreter service available during your visit. We have access to interpreting services for over 200 languages including American Sign Language.

Committed to the health of our patients, visitors and staff, tobacco use is not permitted on campus.


Thank you for choosing Madelia Health for your healthcare needs. Our mission is to serve with compassionate care in a patient-centered environment. We appreciate your feedback and encourage you to complete any surveys you receive regarding your visits here. Our Chief Clinical Officer reviews all submitted survey responses for feedback that will help us reward staff who are making a positive impact on patient experience, evaluate opportunities for improvement, and monitor trends.

If you have feedback you would like to share with us, please feel free to contact Roz Snyder at (507) 642-3255 or submit your experience at the bottom of this page. All responses are anonymous unless you identify yourself.

Roz Snyder
121 Drew Ave SE, Madelia, MN 56062
Phone (507) 642-3255

Roz Snyder - Madelia Health CCO
  • The Patient and Family Advisory Council encourages patients, their families, and members of our healthcare team to work together to improve overall patient experience at Madelia Health.
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