Clinic Services available:
- Acute Illnesses
- Allergy Injections
- Annual Physicals
- Chronic Care Management
- Diagnostic Laboratory Testing
- DOT Physicals
- Family Planning
- Joint Injection
- Laceration Repair
- Lesion/Wart Removal
- Sports Physicals
- Toenail Removal
- Transitional Care Management
- Well Child Exams (newborn – age 18)
- e – Behavioral Health (telemed)
Redfield Clinic ranks well above the state and national averages for infant vaccination rates.
Well-Child Visits & Vaccines Are Essential!
Benefits of Well-Child Visits:
Growth: Your child’s weight and height are measured and graphed to ensure your child is growing appropriately.
Development: Screenings are done to make sure that your child’s development is on schedule and to detect early delays. Your provider discusses results and makes recommendations to improve outcomes.
Overall Health: You have the opportunity to discuss any concerns you have about your child to help develop physical, social, and emotional health.
Vaccines: Your child receives recommended immunizations to prevent illness.
Schedule of Routine Well-Child Visits
- <1 week old
- 2 months old
- 4 months old 2
- 6 months old
- 9 months old
- 12 months old
- 15 months old
- 18 months old
- 2 years old (24 months)
- 3 years old
- 4 years old
- 5 years old
We participate in Praire Vista ACO with Avera
Redfield Clinic is participating in Prairie Vista Care Organization, an Accountable Care Organization (ACO). An ACO is a group of doctors, hospitals, and/or other health care providers that work together to improve the quality and experience of care you receive.
Redfield Clinic’s participation in an Accountable Care Organization doesn’t limit your choice of health care providers. Your Medicare benefits are not changing. You still have the right to visit any doctor, hospital, or other provider that accepts Medicare at any time, just like you do now.
How do ACOs work?
An ACO isn’t a Medicare Advantage plan which is an “all in one” alternative to original Medicare, offered by private companies approved by Medicare. An ACO isn’t an HMO plan, or an insurance plan of any kind.
ACOs have agreements with Medicare to be financially accountable for the quality, cost, and experience of care you receive.
Coordinated care can avoid wasted time and costs for repeated tests and unneeded appointments. It may make it easier to spot potential problems before they become more serious-like drug interactions that can happen if one doctor isn’t aware of what another has prescribed.
ACOS may use electronic health records, case managers, and electronic prescriptions to help you stay healthy. Some ACOs have special programs to encourage you to have a primary care visit or use their care management team. Participation in these programs is optional.
How do I make the most of getting care from an ACO?
Ask your clinician if they have a secure online portal that gives you 24-hour access to your personal health information, including lab results and provider recommendations. This will help you make informed decisions about your health care, track your treatment, and monitor your health outcomes.
As a Medicare beneficiary, you can choose or change your primary clinician or “main doctor” at any time. Your primary clinician is the health care provider that you believe is responsible for coordinating your overall care. If you choose a primary clinician, that clinician may have more tools or services to help with your care.
1010 West 1st Street
Redfield, SD 57469
Monday thru Friday:
8:00am - 5:00pm
Urgent Care Walk-In Clinic
Saturday Mornings 9am - 12pm
For an appointment, please call us.
213 N. Humphrey Drive
Doland SD 57436
Monday: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Thursday morning hours will accommodate
patients for their fasting labs.
For an appointment, please call us.