Sibley Medical Center to affiliate with Ridgeview

6/6/2013 By Kurt Menk Editor Arlington Enterprise The Arlington City Council, during its regular meeting on Monday night, June 3, unanimously adopted a resolution to accept a terms sheet related to an affiliation agreement between the Sibley Medical Center and the Ridgeview Medical Center. The resolution also authorizes  the development of an affiliation/lease agreement based on the … [Read more...]

Henderson Open House

Please come and meet our Sibley Medical Center Henderson Clinic Staff and see what our home town clinic can offer you! We provide accessible, patient-centered care in a compassionate environment; and empower individuals, families and communities to make healthy choices.Please stop in and meet our healthcare team and enjoy refreshments and healthy snacks, and a free blood pressure … [Read more...]

Senior Health Day – Winthrop

Get the best information: Please join us for a presentation and information session on osteoporosis. Jeannine will answer any questions you may have and will talk about prevention, treatment, and living with osteoporosis.  Services offered: For those who are interested, Jeannine will be offering ear irrigation and toenail trimming after her presentation on … [Read more...]

Why Do I Keep Getting Heartburn?

Get the best information. Please join us for a presentation, information and refreshments on heartburn and acid reflux. Sibley Medical Center’s general surgeon, Dr. Robbins, will speak on the prevention, treatments and new technology related to these conditions. When: Thursday June 20th at 6:00 p.m.                                          Where: Arlington Clinic lobby   … [Read more...]

Blue Cross reimbursement change will plunge rural hospitals into the red

Patient access to care in jeopardy St. Paul, MN – The Minnesota Hospital Association (MHA) is opposing a payment change plan by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota (BCBS) scheduled to take effect May 1 that will slash payments to hospitals and have a particularly devastating effect on rural health care. MHA President and CEO Lawrence Massa described the payment change as converting BCBS … [Read more...]