Recent News and Events

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

COVID-19 Update: 8/26/2020


There is active community transmission of COVID-19 in Stevens County.  This is an important medical issue.   There is strong evidence there are many unidentified cases of COVID-19 in the area. Stevens Community Medical Center is here to help you.

COVID-19 Update: 6/8/2020

Message from SCMC Chief of Staff, Dr. Jason Huikko

6/8/2020: SCMC continues to move towards returning to more normal operations with the recent resumption of some elective procedures.  We continue to strive to keep our patients and staff safe and we need to keep the following measures in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:  

Temporary Weekend Urgent Care & Respiratory Clinic Changes

SCMC will be temporarily changing the way we operate the Urgent Care and Respiratory Clinic on weekends only starting June 6th. Patients must CALL IN FIRST to be screened. Once screened over phone, you will be given a appointment time to come in. Please call 320-589-1313.

Hours for Urgent Care & Respiratory Clinic (remain the same hours with weekend only changes:)

Mon-Fri 8am – 5pm
Weekends & Holidays 9am-12:30pm *Call 320-589-1313*

Meet your New, Better 3D™ Mammogram

Stevens Community Medical Center is excited to now provide cutting edge technology in 3D™ Mammography!

The Genius™ 3D Mammography™ exam allows doctors to examine your breast tissue layer by layer. So, instead of viewing all of the complexities of your breast tissue in a flat image, as with conventional 2D mammography, fine details are more visible and no longer hidden by the tissue above or below. The Genius exam consists of a 2D and 3D™ image set, where the 2D image can be either an acquired 2D image or a 2D image generated from the 3D™ image set. 

National Hospital Week is May 10-16

Of course the topic is widepread across Healthcare on the cornaonavirus, but healthcare doesn't stop there and National Hospital Week is not about the virus. It does however come during a time where the virus highlights healthcare. Stevens Community Medical Center and Starbuck Clinic celebrate hospitals, health systems and everyone who supports the health and well-being of their community. A hospital is more than a place where people go to heal, it is a part of the community that fosters health and represents hope.

SCMC opens Respiratory Clinic

4/15/2020: In the past few weeks we have underwent a few changes learning and growing from each one. We realize even with the current COVID-19 your health cannot always wait and while our clinics might look a little different, we are still here to help you navigate your care. SCMC has opened a repiratory clinic within a separate area of the clinic to assure our commnity and patients that we have made more available measures for the safety of our patients and workforce.