Recent News and Events

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

3/17/2020 COVID-19 Update:

3/17/2020:

The unprecedented nature of COVID-19 requires us at Stevens Community Medical Center to navigate this pandemic day-by-day and hour-by-hour. Please know, we are taking this very seriously and have the utmost regard for the safety and health of our patients, staff and community members.

SCMC is Cost Tier Level II Provider

Stevens Community Medical Center is happy to announce we will once again be considered a Cost Tier Level II provider for the MN Advantage Health Plan for dates of service on or after 3/1/2020.

This tier level change will result in reduced out of pocket costs for our patients with select BCBS, Preferred One and Health Partners state-based plans. Please call 320-589-7667 with questions. 

An Innovative, Safe & Effective Skin Treatment

Stevens Community Medical Center is now offering  photodynamic therapy (PDT) for the treatment of actinic keratosis (AKs). AKs are a common precancerous skin lesion, which if left untreated, have a potential to develop into potentially serious squamous cell skin cancer. AKs most commonly develop on areas of skin with increased sun exposure and over time as one becomes older. 

Are you eligible for Low Dose Cancer Screening?

For people who are eligible for screening and decide to get screened, the chances of finding cancer early is higher. Finding cancer early generally means that there are more treatment options available. Lung cancer screening is an additional preventive service benefit under the Medicare program and is offered to those who meet a specific set of criteria. Stevens Community Medical Center has Low Dose CT Lung Cancer Screenings, ask your provider if a screening like this is right for you. 

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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*

Wednesday, November 20 

Thursday, December 5

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