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East District Hospital Auxiliary meeting in Clear Lake, SD on June 12th, 2018

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Community Memorial Hospital Auxiliary members, Mickey Harms and Judy Carroll attended the East District Hospital Auxiliary meeting in Clear Lake, SD on June 12th. The East District Hospital Auxiliary is made up of  hospital auxiliaries from Brookings, Aberdeen, Flandreau, Clear Lake and Redfield. Mickey Harms was a speaker at the East District meeting and did a presentation on the history of the Community Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. The Community Memorial Hospital Auxiliary is the oldest active charter Auxiliary in the state of South Dakota and possibly in the United States. The Community Memorial Hospital Auxiliary was organized in February, 1951 with over 375 ladies as...
CMH Auxillary Donates LED Exam Light

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

The CMH Auxiliary donated a LED exam light for the Redfield Clinic exam room. The LED exam light was purchased with proceeds from the CMH Auxiliary’s fundraisers:  CMH Luncheon and CMH Craft/Vendor Fair.   Photo of some of the CMH Auxiliary Members and Redfield Clinic Staff: L- R:  Renee Tracy, CMH Auxiliary President, Jen Otto, Clinic LPN, Andi Rische, NP,  and Karla O’Daniel and Mickey Harms, CMH Auxiliary members.    
Redfield to host Health Professions Students in 2018

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Redfield to host Health Professions Students in 2018 YANKTON, S.D. – Redfield  joins 14 other South Dakota communities in welcoming health professions students for four weeks during the summer of 2018. McKenna Eisenbeisz, University of South Dakota (USD) medical student from Bowdle, SD and South Dakota State University (SDSU) pharmacy student Shelby Retzer from Mina, SD will follow providers at Redfield Community Memorial Hospital & Redfield Clinic Avera starting May 29th.   Communities selected to participate in Rural Experiences for Health Professions Students (REHPS) summer experience must have populations under 13,000 people and house a critical access hospital.  The program is designed to...
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  • In 1968, an addition was constructed, changing the bed capacity to 44. 
  • Considerable remodeling was done during this time (1968) to meet the needs of a growing community.
  • The clinic was added on to the hospital in 1991, decreasing bed capacity to 25.
  • An ambulance service was added in 1972.
  • The clinic was purchased by the hospital and city in June of 1993.
  • Designated as Critical Access Hospital in June, 2000.