Sakakawea Medical Center


National Donor Day — February 14

Valentine’s Day has a new meaning when you need an organ transplant to survive. 120,000 Americans currently waiting for precious organ transplants depend on the public to sign up with their state’s organ donor registries on National Donor Day every February 14. It’s a more concrete way to show love than giving heart‐shaped candy, roses and red velvet teddy bears. By donating organs such as corneas, tissue, marrow, platelets and blood; you create a living legacy of your generosity with the ultimate gift of love.

DUI Classes being offered

The next 16‐hour DUI Seminar will be held February 8, 9, 10 & 11 at Coal Country Community Health Center. Please contact the clinic at 7018737788 for more information or to register. Register by February 6th.

CCHC Beulah Clinic — Temporary Relocation of Patient Entrances

Effective Monday, February 4th, the main entrance for patient visits at Coal Country Community Health Center ‐ Beulah Clinic will be the southside vestibule. Please use this entrance for all services except Physical Therapy. Patient’s needing Physical Therapy, will park and enter the facility from the east entrance.

Valentine Cookie Fundraiser

It’s Valentine Cookie time, help support Sakakawea Hospice and make someone's day! Send a special treat to that special someone. Please have orders returned to Hospice no later than Monday, February 11th. Order blanks available at local businesses and SMC Hospice office. For more information contact the SMC Hospice office at 7017487380.

Tips for Heart‐Healthy Families

Keep portions small, to have less wasted food, and avoid obesity. Don’t let anyone skip breakfast; a healthy breakfast is essential for a productive day. Choose beverages wisely. Include nonfat or low‐fat milk and drink plenty of water and other non‐sweetened beverages like tea. Choose whole grain foods as a good source of fiber. Offer your family plenty of fruits and vegetables every day.