Alert: St. Croix Regional Medical Center COVID-19 Updates

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 COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

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SCRMCRespiratory Illness Clinic

Respiratory Illness Clinic

Respiratory illnesses can happen anytime and with the rise in COVID-19 cases, St. Croix Regional Medical Center created a dedicated space to treat respiratory illnesses. Featuring a separate entrance, the clinic maintains completely segregated air handling with air turnover every five (5) minutes. The Respiratory Illness Clinic will better allow us to provide the dedicated care needed for each patient and our community, while keeping the area safe for patients and staff.

Located on the main floor of the St. Croix Falls Clinic, the Respiratory Illness Clinic works with a dedicated team of medical staff, nurses, and doctors to help safely and efficiently treat common respiratory conditions, including COVID-19. Call 715-483-3221 to schedule an appointment.

Some of the conditions we treat include:

  • Acute Diarrhea in Conjunction with Respiratory Symptoms
  • Congestion
  • Cough
  • COVID-19 Symptoms or Known Exposure
  • COVID-19 Testing
  • Fatigue
  • Fever
  • Loss of Smell
  • Muscle/Body Aches
  • Runny Nose
  • Sore Throat

SCRMC has enhanced safety measures in place, including patient and team member screenings, enhanced cleaning and disinfection processes, and required masking of anyone entering the medical center. Per CDC guidance we are requiring all patients to come to their appointments with a mask. Patients without a mask will be provided one upon entering the building.

SCRMC has also taken measures to ensure physical distancing and address safety concerns, which include lowering the number of patients in the clinic at once, reduced use of waiting rooms, and continuing visitor restrictions.

St. Croix Regional Medical Center will continue to follow 10 days of isolation for individuals diagnosed with COVID-19 to best serve patients and staff. Patients needing clinical services during their isolation must be scheduled via telehealth or in the Respiratory Illness Clinic. For more urgent situations, patients should go to the Emergency Department.