Mahaska Health, Oskaloosa’s leading healthcare organization, is thrilled to announce the arrival of Board-Certified Pediatric provider Dr. Holly Van de Voort to its esteemed team of healthcare providers.


With a passion for education in pediatric care, Dr. Van de Voort brings her expertise as a medical school professor to help Mahaska Health patients and their families make informed healthcare choices. She is committed to ensuring the health and development of every child in her care – from infancy to adolescence.


Dr. Van de Voort completed her medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia, went on to complete her residency training in pediatrics at the Medical College of Georgia ‘Children’s Medical Center,’ and continued with Fellowship training at the American Academy of Pediatrics. She has been actively practicing pediatrics for 20 years, earning the reputation of a truly compassionate physician.


“We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Van de Voort to our medical team, where compassionate care meets excellence in Pediatric care,” shared Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Breon. “Dr. Van de Voort brings a fresh perspective and a wealth of knowledge to our practice. As we continue expanding our services, we look forward to the positive impact she will have on families in our community.”


Parents and caregivers seeking expert pediatric care for their children can now schedule appointments with Dr. Van de Voort at Mahaska Health. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 641.672.3360 or visit mahaskahealth.com/pediatrics.


About Mahaska Health:
Mahaska Health is committed to providing compassionate, patient-centered care, state-of-the- art facilities, and outstanding healthcare to Oskaloosa, surrounding communities, and the southeast Iowa region. With a caring and compassionate team of professionals, Mahaska Health is a physician and nurse-led hospital dedicated to the health and well-being of the communities we serve with kindness and empathy.

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