Stevens Community Medical Center History

Our History

Stevens Community Medical Center traces its roots to three small area hospitals which opened after the turn of the century. In 1951, Stevens County Memorial Hospital was built at the existing location. Major reconstruction occurred in the mid 1970s with the addition of a new wing and clinic. The Morris Medical Center clinic was owned and operated by the physicians. In 1994 the hospital and physician clinic merged to form Stevens Community Medical Center. In 1998, SCMC completed a 15,000 square foot addition which houses new clinic facilities, including private exam rooms and state-of-the-art procedure rooms. SCMC provides comprehensive health care services to more than 15,000 residents in Stevens County and west central Minnesota, including the city of Morris.

Patient Centered Care

Patients are our First Priority

Stevens Community Medical Center strives to design and deliver medical systems that meet our patients' needs in an atmosphere that promotes healing and comfort. We want to make what can be a stressful situation as comfortable as possible for our patients and their families. We believe it is important to involve and educate patients and their families about their medical condition and treatment options. Our employees are expected to uphold key values of respect, integrity, and high-quality service to patients.

Hospital Services

Stevens Community Medical Center is a fully-integrated, health care delivery system.

Clinic Services

Stevens Community Medical Center offers clinic services seven days a week. Monday through Friday the Morris clinic is staffed by seven family practitioners, an internist, an orthopedic surgeon, a general surgeon, two podiatrists, a dermatologist, an optometrist, and an ER / Urgent Care physician. The Starbuck clinic is staff Monday - Friday by a family practitioner, a nurse practitioner, and a physician assistant. Holiday and weekend clinic hours are available at the Morris location.