Healthcare has been deeply rooted in Starbuck since the early 1900s. As healthcare evolves, Stevens Community Medical Center Starbuck Clinic’s mission to provide the best care is still the same. Caring is their reason for being.
We are excited to announce the addition of Nurse Practitioner, Donna Piotter, to the SCMC team of providers. Donna will play a key role in providing care for same-day appointments and Urgent Care at the Morris location.
Summer is here and that means Power of Produce is back at the Morris Area Farmers Market! You will find a variety of locally grown produce, home-made baked goods, and more Thursdays from 3-6pm at the Morris Public Library square beginning June 15.
When you need surgery, the care and outcome you get are of the utmost importance. Stevens Community Medical Center, conveniently located in Morris, MN, has a state-of-the-art surgical center and three surgeons with 33 years combined surgical experience. We are different than most rural healthcare facilities because we have the expertise, the availability and experience.
The annual Rubber Ducky Derby is coming up Sunday, July 16! Don't miss out on the faces of the residents and of course the silent auction, prize drawings, and a free-will offering picnic lunch (including porkchops on a stick) that Stevens Community Medical Center Courage Cottage is planning.
The Rubber Ducky Derby will be right after the Morris Prairie Pioneer Days parade at the Courage Cottage (3:30-6 pm,) located across from SCMC/NovaCare entrance on First Street in Morris.
Stevens Community Medical Center will be having an informational meeting for individuals who are considering having weight loss surgery. The group is facilitated by ACMC surgeon Ryan Lussenden, M.D. and a registered nurse. There is no cost to attend. The meeting will be in the Adminstration Conference Room (ACR) at SCMC from 6-8 pm on Wednesday, June 7.
Melanoma is the 3rd most common, but most deadly type of skin cancer. The American Cancer Society estimates in 2017 that over 87,000 new melanomas will be diagnosed in the United States. Fortunately, the risk of melanoma can be reduced with sun protection and when detected early, is highly treatable. May is designated as skincare awareness month and YOU can help spread the news and in turn save lives.