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Just imagine the time, money and energy saved for those who might need lab work, diagnostic studies, physical therapy, and more, by having it arranged through their doctor's office, to stop by here in place of traveling a greater distance. It just makes good sense.
Offers a wide range of cardiac and respiratory services on an inpatient and outpatient basis including: EKGs, EEGs, pulmonary function studies, arterial and venous doppler studies, 24-hour holter and 30 day cardiac monitoring, stress testing, and echocardiograms. The professional staff consists of respiratory therapists, EMTs and registered cardiac sonographers. Specialists in cardiology and peripheral vascular services also see patients in this location.
Community education seminars and workshops are generally provided free of charge throughout the year on a variety of health-related topics. Physicians and other SCH healthcare professionals discuss the latest research and advances in treatments. Outside facilitators are also invited to talk about such things as stress management, massage therapy, gardening, etc. Free and low-cost health screenings at the Family Health Fair is in June. Most workshops and screenings are held in the hospital’s conference room, entering through the northwest corner entrance.
The diagnostic imaging department provides diagnostic radiographic examinations, as well as high-resolution real-time ultrasound examinations, mammograms, venous doppler studies, CT scanning (64-Slice), and bone density testing. SCH is staffed with ARRT-registered technologists with a board-certified radiologist on-site five days a week, for coverage 24 hours, 7 days a week through the department's teleradiology service.
Staffed and equipped to provide emergency care 24/7 with a physician on duty at all times. All professional emergency department staff members are ACLS certified with advanced training in trauma care for all age groups. Emergency radio communications are established with Montcalm County Ambulance and EMS personnel. Emergency transport by helicopter to other medical facilities for tertiary care will be arranged as necessary. Ancillary service support including lab services, CT scanning and x-rays are available at all times.
Located within the hospital's emergency department, medical care is available for patients when their doctor's office is closed. No appointment is necessary; however, care is given based on severity of the patient’s medical condition. In other words, there may be a wait. Note: Charges are based on the nature and extent of the patient’s condition or injury and services provided.
Our medical/surgical unit has a beautiful IV Infusion Therapy Room which features a patient and guest friendly area. IV Infusion Therapy includes medications like Reclast, Venofer, Remicade, Orencia, Solu-Medrol, and antibiotics. This room is also used for blood transfusions and therapeutic phlebotomies. For patient comfort there are two overstuffed leather rocking chairs, a flat screen TV, and portable laptop computers. The referring physician must be part of SCH’s medical staff and therapy is arranged through your doctor’s office and SCH’s nursing unit at 989-291-6344. It just makes good sense to visit SCH for this type of service in place of traveling a greater distance.
A fully accredited, modern facility that is proud to provide the highest quality of testing available. The laboratory serves the Sheridan community and the surrounding areas on a 24/7 schedule, accepting outpatient draws at all hours with the intention of serving our client base at their convenience. Medical directorship of the laboratory is overseen by a pathologist who is board certified in clinical and anatomic pathology. All laboratory testing is conducted by medical technologists/technicians fully degreed in the art of clinical sample analysis. Our capabilities include testing in the areas of general chemistry, immunochemistry, urinalysis, hematology, hemostasis, and blood banking.
This 22-bed nursing unit provides homelike, personal care for the members of our community in need of inpatient services. Our staff of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and nursing assistants work in partnership with multiple other departments to provide for a complete continuum of patient care. Family and friends are encouraged to visit during regular visiting hours from 11 am - 8 pm every day.
Three hospital-owned family practices provide pre-employment examinations and injury management services. The SCH Clinics also provide DOT exams and urine drug screen collection and handling for DOT and non-DOT personnel. Pulmonary function testing and rehabilitation services are done through the hospital's cardiopulmonary and physical therapy departments. Arrangements for these services may be made by calling Sheridan Care at 989-291-5077, Stanton 1st Care at 989-831-7200 or Edmore Care at 989-427-3331.
The hospital's pharmacy offers a full range of inpatient pharmacy services for patients. Drug education, drug/drug and drug disease interaction monitoring, drug-level monitoring, new drug evaluation, pharmacy dosing services, and the assurance of drug sterility, availability and integrity are just a few of the tasks carried out by the pharmacy department.
Our pharmacists work closely with the doctors and nurses to help maximize the patients drug treatment. They are truly the drug experts at SCH.
Our professional staff provides comprehensive physical therapy services for people of all ages in a relaxed and friendly environment. They get to know their patients on a personal basis and can better understand and fulfill their individual needs. Our physical therapist and professional staff provide a wide range of services including: individualized treatment plans, evaluation and treatment for injury management, home exercise programs, and short-term hospital stays for rehabilitation needs. Physician referral is required. Having your physical therapy services arranged through your doctor's office-to be provided at SCH, in place of traveling a greater distance- just makes good sense.
SCH utilizes the latest technology for diagnosing and treating sleep/wake disorders. Our specialized team of sleep professionals are dedicated to providing the highest quality of testing and care in a comfortable homelike setting. Stop by anytime for a tour of our newly remodeled Sleep Study Suites. Scheduling is done through SCH's cardiopulmonary services department.
Our services are provided using board certified surgeons along with various physician specialists from Grand Rapids and Saginaw. We offer a complete continuum of patient care services to meet each patient's individual need: pre-admission services, same day or short stay surgeries, post-anesthesia care, and after-care phone check-ins. Our team of CRNAs, RNs, LPNs, and central supply personnel is dedicated to providing exceptional patient care services.
Some of our same day or short stay surgeries include:
SCH's nursing unit has 10-beds that have been licensed as skilled nursing beds as well as for medical and surgical care. The patient requirements are similar to those for a skilled nursing facility. Medical care is under the direction of a family practice physician in collaboration with physical and occupational therapy, a social worker, and nutrition assessment services.
This program has been a mainstay at SCH since 1994. Our volunteers are people who make a difference because of the role they play in meeting patients' needs or providing essential services and lending support to our hospital community. At SCH, they include men, women, teens, senior citizens, and individuals of all races, ethnic background, education level, and abilities.
Many outreach service efforts (including the marketing of Lifeline, personal help buttons) are the work of the hospital's volunteers. They are also responsible for keeping the two gift cases, located inside the front lobby and physician specialists' waiting room, up to date and ready for shopping purchases. As part of the healthcare team, the SCH volunteers support and broaden staff efforts to meet the hospital's goal of providing homelike, personal care.
There are many areas in which volunteer help is needed and scheduling is very flexible. Certain internship, externship, school-to-work, and job shadow opportunities are also available through the volunteer services department. For more information about volunteer opportunities at Sheridan Community Hospital, please call Lois Westfall, community relations, at 989-291-6236.