Jacobson Memorial Hospital Care Center and its clinics, the Elgin Community Clinic and Glen Ullin Family Medical Clinic, have developed a coloring book for young patients. The coloring book, along with crayons, is available at the clinic reception desks and at the JMHCC nursing station for young patients or youngsters whose family members are being treated.
The coloring book includes coloring and activity pages, following the title character, “Cookie Coyote,” through a clinic visit. The book was developed exclusively for JMHCC. Those who complete the coloring book and return it to the reception desks will be entered in a periodic prize drawing.
Jacobson Memorial Hospital Care Center in Elgin has been designated as an Acute Stroke Ready Hospital, which means it has the proper resources to diagnose, stabilize and provide definitive care to acute stroke patients. To learn more, click here.
JMHCC stroke-ready hospital
CNA career is rewarding
DeAnn Mosbrucker has been a CNA at JMHCC for seven years. To learn more about the career and available positions at JMHCC, click here.
JMHCC is now a stroke-ready hospital. Click on graphic at left to learn how to recognize the symptoms of a stroke.
Stoller named North Dakota's Outstanding Rural Health Professional
Patient portal opens
JMHCC's hospital and clinic patients may now request prescription refills, check lab results and schedule appointments online through a secure online patient portal. To access, click on the "Patient Portal" button on the homepage. For details on how to use the portal, click here.
The Jacobson Memorial Hospital Foundation is now offering a $500 scholarship to area students. Information has been shared with area school counselors and an application is available by clicking here. Applicants must submit the application and short essay by March 31. The awardee will be announced on or before May 1.
The Foundation is a nonprofit organization formed to raise funds to help financially support the vital, life-saving services of the Jacobson Memorial Hospital Care Center in Elgin, with clinics in Elgin and Glen Ullin.
Those with questions should contact JMHCC CEO Theo Stoller at 584-2792 or firstname.lastname@example.org.