- Did you know Swift County-Benson Hospital can provide many of the inpatient, outpatient and surgical services you may need? JUST ASK your provider if you can be treated close to home at SCBH.
- Did you know that hospitals the size of Swift County-Benson Hospital usually have less incidences of staph infection than larger hospitals? JUST ASK your provider to have your surgery or procedure performed close to home in Benson.
- Did you know that all healthcare professional staff in the nation go to the same schools and take the same tests to be certified and registered? Your nurse may have attended school and taken the certification test with a nurse that works at Mayo, Alina, or Appleton. JUST ASK your nurse to tell you about that.
- Did you know that Swift County-Benson Hospital has an excellent staff retention and education rate. Our staff comes from the Benson area, not a nurse’s registry.
- It’s a proven fact that you will heal faster and have more positive outcomes if you receive visits from friends and family. Visits to Swift County-Benson Hospital are more relaxed for both patients and loved ones because driving to SCBH is easier and parking is a breeze, especially in the winter.
- Based on patient outcomes, Swift County-Benson Hospital has been named one of the top 100 hospitals in the nation by Thompson-Reuters.
- Swift County-Benson Hospital has a new state-of-the-art surgery center. Skilled doctors from many specialties come to SCBH to perform surgery. JUST ASK your provider which specialties practice here.
- If you have treatments or surgery at Swift County-Benson Hospital you will begin your therapies and treatments with the same professional and continue with the same person until you have recovered. JUST ASK if you can stay close to home.
- If you have a problem or a question and have stayed close to home, your doctors and nurses are more accessible to you. They know you. You are a person to them, not a condition or a number. JUST ASK if you can be treated close to home at Swift County-Benson Hospital.
Hospital, Foundation and Auxiliary Board members give many hours to keep these organizations moving and maintain the vision for the future of SCBH. Thank you seems like such a small thing to say for all the work these people have done for the hospital.
This year we would like to thank our outgoing hospital board members Ed Ulmaniec and Dr. Anthony Hilleren for all the expertise and guidance they have provided to the hospital board. We would also like to welcome Mark Frank and Kory Johnson to the board. We appreciate your willingness to share your time and talents with SCBH.
Helen Claussen, Julie Holte and Julie Zniewski will be leaving the foundation board. Each of these women have been tremendously active on the board and we appreciate everything they have done. New members on the foundation board are Traci Pahl, Jon Hawley and Gary Loen. We welcome you and look forward to working with you as you share your expertise with SCBH.
Many thanks to outgoing Auxiliary Board members Margie DeMarce and Holly Rodahl. They have done an outstanding job. We welcome new Auxiliary Board members Angela Nissen and Angie Mattheisen.