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Visitor Restrictions – Effective April 6, 2021

Due to the recent increase in COVID-19 positive patients in Montcalm County, the surrounding counties, and Michigan, Sheridan Community Hospital and Sheridan Care has updated their visitor restrictions. Visitors will NOT be allowed until further notice, with the exception of the provided situations.

We do not want patients to delay care; our facilities are safe.

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Sheridan Hospital Offers Rezum Water Vapor Therapy – March 27, 2021

Sheridan Community Hospital has the ability to provide an advancement in technology to the local community. The hospital’s Specialty Clinic offers the Urological procedure, Rezum Water Vapor Therapy. Rezum Water Vapor Therapy is a minimally-invasive, non-surgical procedure used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), not just the symptoms.

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COVID-19 Vaccines Administed to SCH Employees!

A new chapter of hope begins today at Sheridan Community Hospital, as we begin administering the COVID-19 vaccine to healthcare personnel and frontline caregivers!

“As healthcare workers, it’s important to remind ourselves that we were the first to be in direct contact with very ill COVID patients. Our work here is essential. When the effects of this virus were unknown, we were supported by our community, our families, and even our patients. Now, we have the opportunity and the privilege of being the first to receive this vaccine, and I believe it is our moral obligation to take this vaccine. It will help us do what we do best: protect ourselves, our patients, our families, and our community,” states Lili Petricevic, MBA, BSN and CEO of Sheridan Community Hospital.

“Hard working scientists and participants in trials have developed this vaccine and its speed and precision. This vaccine allows us to develop antibodies in a controlled circumstance without being exposed directly to the virus and risking larger health complications due to COVID. We should feel fortunate that we get to receive this vaccine early as it will help us better serve our patients and protect our community.”

Today’s clinic was just one of several begin held at Sheridan Community Hospital for its employees.

“At Sheridan Community Hospital and Sheridan Care, we recognize that we have an opportunity to protect our frontline workers with COVID-19 vaccinations. This means we will remain available to provide care for our families and friends and the members of our community. As visible members of this community it is our privilege and duty to lead by our actions,” states Mary Soper, RHC Manager at Sheridan Care Clinic.

 

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