Coal Country Community Health Centers LogoCoal Country Community Health Center

News & Events

Hands‐Only CPR — Anyone can do it. Everyone should!

June 1‐7 is National CPR and AED Awareness Week. We are pleased to support the American Heart Association and its important mission to increase survival from cardiac arrest. We are asking our communities to please take 90 seconds of your day to learn the lifesaving skills of Hands-Only CPR.

Learn the two simple steps to Hands‐Only CPR by watching the video at: www.heart.org/handsonlycpr

SMC Charity Care Program

This unique program is designed for providing free or discounted care to those who have no means or limited means to pay for their services (uninsured and/or underinsured). In addition to quality healthcare, patients of Sakakawea Medical Center (SMC) are entitled to financial counseling with a representative from our Business Office who can offer possible solutions for those who cannot pay in full. To find out more about this valuable service contact the SMC Business Office at 7017487264.

CCCHC Sliding Fee Scale

This program offers discounted pricing on office visits and services provided by our medical home team at CCCHC. Individuals with or without insurance may qualify. The program is based on household income and size and may reduce your costs anywhere from 20%‐100%. This program may benefit you and your family during the COVID‐19 pandemic. You can find an application online at www.coalcountryhealth.com or call Heidi at 7018734445 with any questions.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental health is an important part of overall health and includes emotional, psychological, and social well‐being. Good mental health improves our ability to handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. We have telehealth appointments available to address any mental or behavioral health issues you may be experiencing. Call 7018734445 to schedule an appointment today.

CCCHC Closed Memorial Day

Coal Country Community Health Center — Beulah, Hazen, Center and Killdeer Clinics will be closed on Monday, May 25th in observance of Memorial Day. Regular business hours resume Tuesday, May 26th.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental health challenges can happen to anyone, anywhere. Last year, Coal Country Community Health Center provided services to over 6,500 patients for a variety of mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, attention deficit disorder, and other mental health disorders. We have telehealth appointments available to address any mental or behavioral health issues you may be experiencing. Call 7018734445 to schedule an appointment today.

CCCHC Closed Memorial Day

Coal Country Community Health Center — Beulah, Hazen, Center and Killdeer Clinics will be closed on Monday, May 25th in observance of Memorial Day. Regular business hours resume Tuesday, May 26th.

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month

With more than 3.3 million people diagnosed annually, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Fortunately, skin cancer is also one of the most preventable forms of cancer and highly treatable when detected early. Sunscreen alone is not enough, seek the shade and cover up with clothing, a hat and sunglasses. Examine your skin and see your physician every year for a skin exam.

May is Mental Health Month

Talk to us today about the solutions available to help you take the first step towards recovery. Our goal is to provide assistance to individuals and families who experience emotional and coping problems and those who have serious and persistent mental illness. Services are available for children, adolescents and adults. These services qualify under the Sliding Fee Scale. Call CCCHC for more information, 7018734445.

Celebrating Hope and Healing ‐ National Hospital Week ‐ May 10 ‐ 16

National Hospital Week celebrates hospitals and the women and men who support the health and wellbeing of their communities through dedication and compassionate care from the heart. Take this year’s National Hospital Week as an opportunity to thank all of the dedicated individuals – physicians, nurses, therapists, engineers, food service workers, volunteers, administrators and so many more – for their contributions.