Recent News and Events

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

COVID Vaccine Update 2/11/21

Feb. 11, 2021

Covid-19 Vaccine UPDATE:

Since late December, SCMC has vaccinated healthcare staff, fire depts, law enforcement, and other frontline workers in the Stevens County area and has begun vaccinating the 75+ patients in our community. It is well known the vaccine availability is very limited, however, we are making progress and have started vaccinating from our waiting list based on random selection. By Feb. 12th, we will have vaccinated 360 people from that list. 

SCMC welcomes new president/CEO, Kerrie McEvilly

Stevens Community Medical Center is pleased to announce its new President/CEO, Kerrie McEvilly. She has been a part of the SCMC team for 25 years, having worked primarily in the finance department, most recently as Vice President of Finance. Kerrie has a bachelor’s degree in finance and in 2020 earned her Master of Health Administration degree. Last June, she became Chief Operating Officer for SCMC.

Vaccine Waitlist Update

Stevens Community Medical Center recently began compiling a waiting list for people age 65+ who want to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. We are pleased to see there is great interest in the vaccine and will begin vaccinations from this list next week. As you are probably aware, our supply is very limited, so we will not be able to vaccinate everyone initially.

Allergies still hanging around?

Allergies don’t always disappear when winter sets in. With winter indoor allergies people tend to have more “sinus” type symptoms, rather than the typical “hay fever” symptoms we see during the warmer months. Sinus trouble such as sinus headaches, chronic stuffy nose, or post-nasal drip, could be signs of allergy. Visiting with an Allergist is the first step in having those symptoms evaluated.

Virtual Breastfeeding Class, Feb. 18

SCMC offers a Breastfeeding Essentials class for expectant parents. This comprehensive class is instructed by Lactation Educator and Dietitian Alyssa Thooft. Next class will be offered Thursday, February 18.

Cost is $20 (cash or check accepted.)

**Class will be offered virtually.**
Please call to register at 320-589-1313 or sign up here:

Now Open Urgent & Respiratory Care

We are excited to announce the new Urgent Care and Respiratory clinic location is now open! The new clinic location entrance is on the north side of the building next to the Emergency Room entrance. As you enter you will be directed based on symptoms to either the Urgent Care side or Respiratory side of the clinic. This walk-in style clinic is convenient for illnesses, respiratory/Covid-19 symptoms, or injuries that are non-life threatening. No appointments are needed.

Coming soon! Urgent & Respiratory Care Clinic

During this time of uncertainty, Stevens Community Medical Center assures you that your health and safety remain our top priority. As you are more than aware medical facilities across the board have had to put many different processes in place to keep a healthy efficient medical system running. At SCMC, we've had to adjust and most importantly while keeping you as healthy and safe as we can. We are in the process of finishing the new space for our Urgent & Respiratory Care clinic.