Recent News and Events

Here are the most recent news and events for Stevens Community Medical Center.

Spring Session Labor, Delivery & Beyond

Prepare for childbirth and parenting. Spring Session starts April 8

Labor, Delivery and Beyond are classes set-up to acclimate you to preparing for childbirth and parenting. Sessions are organized several times throughout the year in conjunction with SCMC and Morris ECFE. 

Topics covered: 
Prenatal Health, Fetal Development, Stages of Labor, Labor Techniques, Comfort Measure, C-Sections Baby Care, Breastfeeding/Bottlefeeding, Hospital Tour, Child Development, Parenting, Adult & Child CPR and more.

It's More than Skin Deep

Experience and expertise from board-certified Dermatology Nurse Practitioner. Risa Dorweiler is trained, qualified and experienced in diagnosing, treating and prescribing therapies and medications for a wide range of dermatological conditions. She is now accepting new patients 12 years & older.

Full-time Orthopedic Care

At Stevens Community Medical Center we are now offering full-time orthopedic care with not one, but two skilled surgeons! Dr. Paul Havel and Dr. Richard Bergstrom are both board-certified orthopedic surgeons specializing in a variety of orthopedic procedures that can be done right here, close to home.

Manage your Health Care with MyChart

As of November 3rd Stevens Community Medical Center will have Easy, accessible and secure online portal for patients to access your information. 

 

What is MyChart

MyChart is a secure, online tool connecting patients electronically to portions of their medical record. To Access MyChart you will need computer access with an internet connection, or a smart phone.

Flu Season is Here

It's flu season, that dreaded time of year. Yearly flu vaccination is the best tool to protect against influenza. Influenza is a serious disease that sickens millions of people each year.  The best way to prevent  the flu is to get a flu shot. 

Walk-ins welcome. Please register at the main entrance or stop in during one of our upcoming flu clinics and we will take care of you. Protect yourself and others by getting the shot.

Upcoming Flu Clinics*

Epic is coming!

.....and therefore, so are Epic things.

With a statement like that what does that mean for Stevens Community Medical Center? SCMC is implementing a new electronic medical record (EMR) system called Epic. Epic software will be used to improve the patients experience, ensuring SCMC stays up-to-date in meeting their needs. 

Epic has tools to assist providers to share information more effectively with patients. This includes:

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