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 a nurse midwife, and 20+ specialties. Customer service is our guiding principle and it begins the moment you call.
Thank you for being our patient!
How’s the overall health of Polk County citizens? We’d like to know!
The Polk County Health Department, in collaboration with Polk’s three medical centers, is conducting a community survey to determine the most important health issues in Polk County. Some of you may have taken this survey in 2012. The information provided will be used to assess if our health is improving or if new health challenges are occurring. Your participation is voluntary and will not affect your health benefits or healthcare in any way. All responses are completely confidential.
At the end of this survey, you have the option of entering your name for a drawing for a $25 gas card. Your name will not be linked to your survey. If you have further questions, please call Mary Boe, Health Educator, Polk County Health Department at 715-485-8834.
Thank you so much for taking time to complete this survey!
The latest in surgical technology is now available at SCRMC.
St. Croix Regional Medical Center is pleased to welcome Dr. Kevin Schumann as the new Chaplain.
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.
Urgent Care has been relocated to the St. Croix Falls Clinic Entrance.