We thrive on patient-centered care
Here at Stevens Community Medical Center we thrive on patient-centered care and providing you the best possible care. When you come to SCMC you are being cared for by neighbors, family and friends. We are committed to your care and thank you for the privilege to serve you.
This commitment to you begins with a knowledgeable and highly trained staff that are experienced, sensitive, and responsive to your health concerns and needs.
Log in to your MyChart here.
Don't have a MyChart account? Create one here. Once verified, you will be guided through the steps to access your MyChart account.
All patients are admitted on the advice and order of a physician. Stevens Community Medical Center complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate against patients on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity. This facility does not exclude people or treat them differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity.
The administration retains the right to deny admission, criteria needs to be met to certify your stay. Additionally, SCMC retains the right to discharge anyone who fails to cooperate with SCMC, its staff and management, or those who refuse to accept financial responsibility for services provided.
Upon admission, should your condition be such that you are unable to handle your own affairs, a legal guardian or conservator should be appointed.
The information requested during the admissions process is vital to our hospital’s medical and legal records. It is kept in the strictest confidence. Your record will be kept on file electronically and may be of value to you for future reference.
What to Bring
When planning for a stay with us, please bring complete insurance information with you. We will make a copy of your card for your electronic medical record. We will also ask about your current demographics and contact information. Please bring your medications or a complete list of your current medications including the name of prescription, dosage, and frequency.
Only two designated caregivers for hospitalized patients will be allowed, the same two allowed during the patient's entire stay. There are no visitors for COVID-positive patients unless the patient is a minor. Other necessary exceptions can be discussed with the charge nurse/DON. Remote support from a designated caregiver can also be provided to any patients via electronic methods, arrangements can be made with the nursing staff.
How do I sign up for MyChart?
You can create a MyChart account by simply going to centracare.com/mychart, from there you can click 'sign up now.' Once verified, you will be guided through the steps to access your MyChart account.
How do I get to the clinic?
The Clinic entrance is on the south side of the campus. Please access The Clinic from South Street.
How do I get to the Urgent & Respiratory Clinic?
The Urgent & Respiratory Care clinic entrance is on the north side of the campus. Please access Urgent & Respiratory Care from First Street. Seperate parking is available at that entrance.
Where do I park when visiting SCMC?
When visiting the clinic or hospital, parking is available on the south side of the campus. Access to parking is off of South Street. The Hospital is on the facility's second floor. The elevator is available from the clinic lobby.
When coming directly to Urgent & Respiratory Care, use the separate entrance on the North side off of First Street (located next to ER).
How do I get a copy of my own or someone else's medical record?
You can access it through your MyChart account. If you do not have a MyChart account you can simply create one by visiting centracare.com/mychart. You can also contact SCMC Release of Information (ROI).
Access to personal medical records is guaranteed under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996. In order to process your request for the release of your medical records, you must complete a form called the Authorization for Use and Disclosure of Patient Health Information. If the form is incomplete, it will be returned to you and no information will be released until it is properly completed. Please remember to sign and date the form. The date of signature must not pre-date treatment.
Mail the completed form to:
Stevens Community Medical Center
400 East First Street
Morris, MN 56267
or Fax to: 320-589-1065 Attn: ROI
Is there a charge for a copy of my medical record
We provide current medical information (up to one year) free. If you need your entire medical record, there is a charge. Call (320) 589-7642 for an estimate of charges.
How long will it take to get a copy of my medical record?
We usually process requests within 7-10 business days.
Can I obtain copies of my spouse's medical records?
The personal representative or next-of-kin may authorize the release of a deceased patient’s medical record.
How do I obtain a copy of my Birth Certificate
In Minnesota, call the Minnesota Department of Health at (651) 201-5970 or go to www.health.state.mn.us. You can also contact your county’s Vital Records Division, which is usually in the County Recorder’s Office.
Stevens Community Medical Center maintains policies and procedures that support your right to participate in decisions about your medical care, based on state law, sound medical practice, and medical ethics. Healthcare Directive forms, guidelines for preparing them, and assistance in completing and notarizing forms are available from Social Services. This service is available at no cost to you or your family. If you have any questions or need help getting your healthcare directive to SCMC, please let your provider, nurse, or social worker know.
SCMC Financial Assistance Documents and Forms. No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay. A discounted/sliding fee schedule is available based on family size and income.
Effective January 1, 2022, the No Surprises Act, which Congress passed as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, is designed to protect patients from surprise bills for emergency services at out-of-network facilities or for out-of-network providers at in-network facilities, holding them liable only for in-network cost-sharing amounts. The No Surprises Act also enables uninsured patients to receive a good faith estimate of the cost of care.