Our medical center, five community clinics plus a Critical Access Hospital, offers the services of over 80 providers -- physicians, surgeons, psychologists, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners, including nurse midwives, and 20+ specialties. Customer service is our guiding principle and it begins the moment you call.
In 2014 SCRMC celebrates 95 years of providing healthcare in the region. Thank you for being our patients! Visit our providers list under Medical Services for more information.
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Every year over 3 million children are victims of violence. Nearly 600,000 children live in foster care. Every day, 1 out of 7 kids and teens are approached online by predators.
Prevention is the solution! All children should feel loved, nurtured, and safe. A child who is loved and nurtured grows up to become a happy and healthy adult who continues that cycle!
Here’s what YOU can do:
• Learn how to help.
• Get to the root of the problem through education
• Love and nurture children.
• Stop violence BEFORE it starts.
• Keep children safe.
• Tell your kids you love them every day!
St. Croix Regional Medical Center, along with other national, state and community organizations, are highlighting the importance of advance healthcare decision-making—an effort that has culminated in the formal designation of April 16, 2014 as National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD).
MyChart shared personal health record (PHR) gives patients controlled access to portions of the same medical records used by their providers, in any browser or via phone app in a timely manner. It provides convenient self-service functions that reduce costs and increase satisfaction. MyChart is part of the new electronic medical record system (EMR)
The St. Croix Valley Health Care Foundation recently answered a need and purchased five wheel chair bariatric scales, a total cost of $3500, for use at the five area Community Clinics. Wendy Young, Vice President of Clinic and Ancillary Services, was on hand at a recent
This April, SCVEMS is expanding by operationally integrating the Unity Ambulance Service Area. Having two bases, St. Croix Falls and Milltown, in Wisconsin, will enable SCVEMS to provide service more efficiently and allow greater flexibility in the deployment of ambulances.