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SCBH Celebrates 100 Years of Healthcare Services

Swift County-Benson Hospital is 100 Years Old this year.  We’re planning a century year of celebration, starting with Emerald Eve in March 2013.  Watch the web, newsletter or the newspaper for lots more information.

Electronic Health Records: Securing the Future

Electronic record keeping is not a wave of the future, it’s here right now.  Almost every sector of business: banking, finance, education, retail, government, credit bureaus have moved from paper to electronic records.  The government has recently mandated that health care facilities throughout the U.S. need to be equipped with Electronic Patient Health Records by… Learn More »

Emerald Eve Nets Over $20,000

Under this year’s “Sail into Spring” theme, the over 160 people enjoyed an evening of delicious food, fund raising and dancing during the seventeenth annual Emerald Eve. When the event was over, the Swift County-Benson Hospital “sailed away” with over $20,000 that will be used for improvements at the hospital’s physical therapy department. Emerald Eve’s… Learn More »

Big Stone Therapies Joins SCBH to Provide Inpatient and OutPatient Rehabilitation Services

Big Stone Therapies, Inc. is pleased to partner with Swift County-Benson Hospital to provide inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services. Big Stone’s services include physical, occupational, and speech therapy services. The Big Stone Therapies rehabilitation department at SCBH is led by Clinic Manager, Neil Feist, PT. Neil’s responsibilities include managing daily operational functions, overseeing staff, and… Learn More »

Take Control of Blood Pressure & HyperTension

Could you fall victim to a silent killer? High blood pressure typically has no signs or symptoms.  About 74.5 million people in the United States have high blood pressure, which increases the risk for heart disease and stroke, the first and third leading causes of death. The month of May is National High Blood Pressure… Learn More »

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