News and Articles - Sheridan Community Hospital

 

Sheridan Community Hospital Features Specialty Physicians – July 25, 2020

A variety of visiting specialty physicians provide clinic visits and surgical services monthly in the hospital’s Specialty Clinic. A range of specialty services include gastroenterology, general surgery, ophthalmology, pain management, and vascular. These accessible, affordable services are available right in the local community.

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Sheridan Hospital Rehab Program Guides Patients to Recovery – June 27, 2020

Sheridan Community Hospital’s Swing Bed rehabilitation Program provides an interim step for patients’ long-term placement with specialized care to help patients recover from illness, stroke, injury or surgery. A patient’s customized care plan is designed to assist patients in healing and regaining their independence in a safe environment so they can return home.

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Sheridan Community Hospital Expands Its Services with New Hire – May 23, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has effected a majority of healthcare organizations, including Sheridan Community Hospital. However, the rural hospital has planned and continues to plan for the continued impact of the pandemic.

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Sheridan Community Hospital Remains Ready to Serve Community – April 25, 2020

Healthcare workers around the world are on the front lines of battling the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). They are unable to stay home and practice social distancing. Even though many of the staff at Sheridan Community Hospital and Sheridan Care Clinic put themselves in the path of the virus, they continue to use preventive measures and help slow the spread of COVID-19. They understand their importance in the community and are ready to help.

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Rural Hospitals Even More Important During Pandemic – March 28, 2020

Rural hospitals, like Sheridan Community Hospital, provide vital services in rural areas and often serve as the foundations of rural health care delivery systems. With any community illness, the accessibility of quality medical care is important. During the global pandemic of COVID-19, rural hospitals are even more important.

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