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When you need specialized care, we’re ready.

Rochelle Community Hospital is committed to meeting all your healthcare needs from the routine to the highly specialized. Our team of specialists and other healthcare professionals provides individualized treatments appropriate for you and your specific condition.

Expertise you can trust

Turn to our highly trained specialists with confidence when you need advanced care. There’s no need to make the drive: Rochelle brings the specialists to you.

When the diagnosis is cancer, trust Rochelle for the expert care you need.

Whether it's a persistent rash or something more serious, be comfortable in the skin you're in.

For expertise in surgery, go no farther than right here.


Get the expert cardiac care you need right here at home.

We offer comprehensive care, from blood tests to surgical treatment of kidney stones and other conditions.

Both treatment and support are vital when dealing with common neurological conditions.


You need woman-centered care at any stage of life, and Rochelle Community Hospital has the specialists, treatments and procedures you need.

Protecting your vision is important, especially if you develop problems such as macular degeneration. The expert you need for eye and vision problems is an ophthalmologist.

Rochelle Community Hospital has a partnership with two different orthopaedics groups, with specialists here to see you five days a week.


When pain associated with an injury or illness doesn't resolve, it affects every part of your life. Rochelle Community Hospital has pain management specialists to help.

You depend on your feet to carry you around, so take good care of them. We have a podiatric specialist available to address common and uncommon foot problems.

If you have trouble sleeping, you may have a sleep disorder. Consult our sleep specialist.


Urogynecology is a subspecialty of gynecology. This specialist is available at Rochelle once a week to treat things like pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence of all kinds.

Sometimes wounds become chronic and won’t heal. These can cause pain and infection. A wound care specialist can offer treatment options to promote healing.