Our medical center, five community clinics plus a Critical Access Hospital, offers the services of 65 providers -- physicians, surgeons, psychologists, specialists, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners, including nurse midwives, and 25+ consulting physicians and allied health professionals. Customer service is our guiding principle and it begins the moment you call.
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Pathways to Wellness— this year’s theme —calls attention to strategies that help all of us achieve wellness and good mental and overall health.
Whatever our situation, we are all at risk of stress given the demands of daily life and the challenges it brings—at home, at work and in life. Steps that build and maintain well-being and help us all achieve wellness involve a balanced diet, regular exercise, enough sleep, a sense of self-worth, development of coping skills that promote resiliency, emotional awareness, and connections to family, friends and the community.
Get regular mental health checkups. Just as we check our blood pressure and get cancer screenings, it’s a good idea to take periodic reading of our emotional well-being. One recent study said everyone should get their mental health checked as often as they get a physical, and many doctors routinely screen for mental health, which typically include a series of questions about lifestyle, eating and drinking habits and mental wellness. While conditions like depression are common—roughly 1 in 5 Americans have a mental health condition—they are extremely treatable.
For more information, call SCRMC Counseling and Psychological Services at 715-483-0243.
SCRMC Physical Rehab is joining the ADRC of NW Wisconsin to offer a Stepping On Workshop series beginning Wednesday, June 19 from 9:30-11:30 at SCRMC at the Unity Clinic in Balsam Lake.
If you travel Highway 8 through Lindstrom, you will see the new Lindstrom Clinic facility is making great progress. This week the brick is being installed on the outside walls.The convenient two-story location across from Lindstrom Foods will provide primary care, physical rehabilitation, sports medicine and podiatry services.
Hospitals are mandated by the federal government to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) after March 23, 2012. Although, this was the initial catalyst for the community health needs assessments, performing CHNAs benefit those providing healthcare services as well as the overall community. Together we can be proactive and collaboratively address health concerns made apparent because of this assessment and others like it.
In honor of May as Mental Health month, "Are my feelings normal?" will be the subject of the May 21 Health Talk presented by Dr. Charles Mayo, II at St. Croix Regional Medical Center. The final topic in a series of free Health Talk programs will focus on mental (behavioral) health as May is Mental Health Month.