DEADWOOD, S.D. (Feb. 27, 2017) – Lead-Deadwood community members are invited to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony, with refreshments to follow, at 2 p.m. on March 1 to celebrate the launch of Urgent Care services at Lead-Deadwood Regional Medical Clinic, located at 71 Charles St.
This marks the first day of a new local option for Urgent Care services backed by the high-quality, comprehensive abilities of Regional Health. Available five days a week, the Urgent Care service hours will be 7 to 11 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and from 1 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. Walk-ins are welcome.
“Having the ability to provide our community with Urgent Care services exemplifies the commitment that our physicians and caregivers have to our patients and families in Lead-Deadwood,” said Lead-Deadwood Regional Medical Clinic Director Traci Matthew.
Urgent Care services include treatment for illnesses and conditions including abscesses, asthma, coughs, fever, minor burns and sinus infections. Also treated are simple fractures, lacerations, and sprains.
For additional information about our Urgent Care services, call Lead-Deadwood Regional Medical Clinic at 605-717-6431 or visit regionalhealth.org/locations.
Regional Health is an integrated health care system with the purpose of helping patients and communities live well. The organization, with headquarters in Rapid City, S.D., provides community-based health care in more than 20 communities in two states and 32 specialty areas of medicine. As the largest private employer in western South Dakota, Regional Health comprises five hospitals, 24 clinic locations and employs nearly 5,000 physicians and caregivers. Regional Health is committed to the future of medicine, with medical training partnerships, a medical residency program, and more than 130 active research studies. For more information, visit regionalhealth.org.
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