Walk-in clinics in the Mission Valley

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Greetings from Campaign Chairs
Karen Dellwo, Mark Nelson, and Andy Stark
    
    

     Friends come in many forms. Your St. Luke Hospital friends are here to take care of you when you're not feeling well. As your community hospital, we take an interest in understanding you and your healthcare needs. Our friendship with you is about trust and quality care. It is because of this long-term friendship and knowing your needs that the hospital's beautiful expansion project has evolved. St. Luke's number one priority is to provide the most affordable, most modern solutions to your healthcare needs.     

     These solutions include the "Convenient Care Clinic" for those times you do not really need the Emergency Room but cannot get into your doctor's office, and the beautiful spacious birthing suites to make the new mother and newborns feel secure and comfortable.    

     As a friend of St. Luke, we are asking for your help. There are programs such as newborn hearing tests, free mammograms for women or men 40 years or older that are uninsured, or newborn starter kits for those new mothers that may not be prepared to bring their new baby home that need your support. You may also donate and sponsor a room such as a birthing suite, the helicopter pad, a comforting patient room or the Physical Therapy Department to name a few. Did you know that you may stretch your gift over a three to five year period? Please join us and make your gift or pledge today.    

     If you have any questions about these projects or other St. Luke health programs/departments to sponsor, please contact the Executive Director at the Foundation. We would also be delighted to visit with you about the many ways you can help continue the St. Luke "Standard of Excellence in Healthcare".    

Thank you for your consideration and kind gifts.

Warmest Regards,    

Andy Stark, Karen Dellwo, and Mark Nelson

p.s. you can make a secure donation to St. Luke providing specific determination of how your gift will be used.     


 

 

MyHealth Portal

Welcome to St. Luke Community Healthcare's myHealth Patient Portal; a safe, secure website where you can view your medical record, privately communicate with your physicians office via e-mail, request appointments and prescription refills.

To enroll in the St. Luke myHealth Portal, you will need to know your medical record number and have your email address noted in our system. Please contact medical records at 406-528-5268 or visit a patient services representative at the hospital or one of our clinics for your medical record number. Once you have this information, follow the link Here

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Childbirth Education Class August 30th

St. Luke Community Hospital's New Beginnings Birth Center invites all expecting parents and coaches to attend a childbirth education class.

No matter where you plan to deliver your baby, The New Beginnings Birth Center is committed to helping all Mission Valley parents understand your birthing options, and learn about labor, delivery and baby care so the arrival of your baby is a wonderful experience and a precious memory.

Classes are one day only; Saturday 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM with an optional advanced session 12:30PM to 2:30 PM.

The breastfeeding portion of the class is taught by one of our certified lactation consultants

Call 528-5318 for registration or questions at least 3 weeks before your due date

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