Recent News and Events

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

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.

Drive-Thru Flu Shots October 30!

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. Protect yourself and others by getting the shot.

Upcoming Drive-Thru Flu Shots*

Friday, October 30 | 10am-5pm at Federated Church Parking Lot in Morris.

*Please call to make an appointment (320) 589-7600

Do you suffer from Allergies?

Allergy season can be all year for some people, where the change of seasons triggers uncomfortable symptoms for allergy sufferers.

Allergy sufferers may become used to frequent symptoms such as sneezing, nasal congestion or wheezing. Board certified Allergist/Immunologist Dr. Brennan can help identify the causes. Allergists/Immunologists are highly qualified to manage immune system disorders such as allergies, asthma, inherited immunodeficiency diseases, and autoimmune diseases. 

2020 Fall Eye Sale

The Eye Clinic at Stevens Community Medical Center will be having a Fall storewide 30% off sale starting Oct. 1st

The sale includes all prescription and non-prescription glasses, polarized lenses, sunglasses and Cocoons. You do need a valid current prescription, so don’t forget to make your appointment today! Call 320-589-7673.  Sale excludes contact lenses and value packages. No additional discounts apply.  

Eye Clinic hours are Monday through Thursday 8 to 5 and Fridays from 8 to 1. We are located inside of Stevens Community Medical Center in Morris. 

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