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Welcome to St. Croix Regional Medical Center

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. 

We are pleased to offer you convenient, time-saving services:

  •     24/7 Appointment Scheduling--call 800-828-3627.
  •     Same-day appointments to see your family provider
  •     Convenient evening and weekend hours
  •     24/7 emergency care and after hours clinic
  •     Award-winning Patient Experience
  •     Free Valet service
  •     Wireless internet service
  •     Online payments and e-statement

August in National Immunization Month

Vaccines are important for protecting children from serious,
and sometimes deadly, diseases.

• Immunizations create a shield of protection at school and at home.
Given recent outbreaks, it’s important that children be protected from dangerous and highly contagious diseases like pertussis (also called whooping cough) and measles.

• Vaccines don’t just protect your child. Some diseases, like whooping cough, can be deadly for newborns or infants. You can help protect our littlest community members from being exposed to vaccine-preventable diseases by making sure your child is up to date.

• Many parents have never witnessed the damaging effects of a vaccine-preventable disease. As a result, they are not aware of the continued importance of getting all children vaccinated.

• Diseases like measles are only a plane ride away. Measles epidemics are occurring in the Philippines with nearly 32,000 cases as of April 20, 2014.

• Vaccines are among the safest and most cost-effective ways to prevent disease. Protecting your children from preventable diseases will help keep them healthy and in school.

• When a child comes down with a disease such as whooping cough, chickenpox or the flu, he or she may miss a lot of school while recovering. Somebody will need to stay home to provide care and make trips to the doctor.

• Schools are a prime venue for transmitting vaccine-preventable diseases, and school-age children can further spread disease to their families and others with whom they come in contact.
 

Lindstrom Wellness Clinic offers exercise classes for everyone

In the spacious second floor, SCRMC Wellness at the Lindstrom Clinic offers an exceptional variety of classes designed for people of all ages and physical abilities. Deanna Nelson, Manager, stated that staff surveyed people in the community to determine what exercise times/classes people most preferred.

SCRMC APPRECIATES ITS VOLUNTEERS

St. Croix Regional Medical Center is appreciative of the over 19,000 hours of service 136 volunteers have given this past year through assisting departments in the hospital and community clinics, helping visitors to the medical center, making homemade gift items for patients, visiting patients, volunteering in the Gift Shop, and fundraising.

SCRMC celebrates 95 years of Quality Medical Care

St. Croix Regional Medical Center has reached an amazing milestone! From our humble beginning in the "Baker" House in St. Croix Falls,we are very pleased to be celebrating 95 years of providing quality health care for area residents. SCRMC has been committed to providing exceptional care in the region

SCRMC Celebrates Years of Employee Service

St. Croix Regional Medical Center celebrated their annual Employee Service Recognition Event at the American Legion in St. Croix Falls, WI, on Wednesday, June 4 with a Hawaiian luau theme. There were 67 employees recognized and of those 67 were three employees who have worked at the medical center for 40 years.