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April 5, 2014

St. Croix Valley EMS will provide service to Milltown area

This April, SCVEMS is expanding by operationally integrating the Unity Ambulance Service Area. Having two bases, St. Croix Falls and Milltown, in Wisconsin, will enable SCVEMS to provide service more efficiently and allow greater flexibility in the deployment of ambulances.

March 27, 2014

SCRMC Donated Matching Funds for Mental Health Task Force

St. Croix Regional Medical Center recently donated matching dollars to the giveBIG Osceola project for the Mental Health Task Force of Polk County. A check for $2000 was presented by Dave Dobosenski, CEO, to Mental Health Task Force Board Member, Dr. Patricia Fettes, SCRMC Psychologist;

March 27, 2014

Shoulder Surgery:  Three Pain-free Patients

Over time, the “parts” begin to wear out. Our joints, in particular, succumb to years of use and abuse. Eventually, pain and loss of range of motion can make even simple day-to-day tasks such as dressing, drinking a cup of coffee, walking or even holding a grandchild, let alone sports activities, too painful. For three area men, Bruce Noll and Jerry Wyatt of St. Croix Falls, and Rob Robertson of Lindstrom,

March 3, 2014

Exercise class schedule for all adult levels at Lindstrom Clinic, a “Silver & Fit” Facility.

Wellness can start at any age. Register any time for fitness and wellness classes being offered at the Lindstrom Clinic, now a "Silver & Fit" facility.Local motivated instructors provide multiple sessions for a wide range of fitness and exercise levels and ages.

February 12, 2014

Get your Flu Vaccine! It’s not too late for prevention!

Vaccines are still the best “tools” we have to prevent influenza. Medscape (2/12, Barclay) reported a case series published online in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine indicating that young adults failing to vaccinate themselves against the flu required “the most intensive treatment.”